Monthly Dues Information

Homeowner’s dues for 2017 are $81.00 per month totaling $972 for the year. Keeping up with your dues and paying on time keeps you in good standing with the association.

Dues must be paid by the 1st of the month and may be paid in advance in any monthly increment. To pay your dues, please send a check addressed to “Brookwood Condo Village HOA” to PO Box 983, Blue Springs, MO 64013.

Click here to print out payment slips to make it easier for you and our bookkeeper to keep track of your dues: Payment Slips.

A special assessment was passed on February 9, 2014. Click here for more details about the special assessment. Full payment for the special assessment is due on March 15, 2017. If full payment is not made, you will no longer be in good standing with the HOA and subject to legal ramifications.

To view a breakdown of where your dues went for 2013, click 2013 Breakdown.

For anyone purchasing a unit, three months of dues will be collected at closing. The new HOA member will then need to begin sending in their dues the fourth month of ownership.

Friendly Reminders

Parking of cars and trucks or vehicles of any kind is not permitted on grass and lawns. Please use your driveway or park on the street. Our grass will thank you.

Trash for pick up should be placed no further than 5 feet from your building. Curbside pick up is prohibited. All trash must be contained at all times. See Blue Springs FAQs.

When you call the message center, leave your name, address, the telephone number at which you can be reached in the evening and a brief message regarding the reason you are calling. A volunteer will return your call.

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Pet owners are responsible for their pet's excrement in the yard. You need to pick up your pet's poop daily and dispose of it properly. Do your part to keep our common area clean.

Inoperable vehicles must be stored inside your garage or removed from the premises. Commercial vehicles weighing more than 6 tons, boom and tow trucks are not permitted to be parked in residential neighborhoods.

We all get those weekly newspaper ads and phonebooks thrown in our driveways from time to time. Please take the time to pick them up and dispose of them if you don't want them as well as any trash lying around. Help keep our neighborhood clean.

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