Special Assessment

A special assessment was passed by the association on February 9, 2014 by an overwhelming majority to repair damaged siding on our buildings and repaint. Total assessment was $2,880 with $80 due each month for 36 months. Final payment of the special assessment was due March 15, 2017. All payments for the special assessment should be complete.

Special Assessment work will continue throughout the summer of 2017 and finish with the last two buildings in the summer of 2018. Here is a link to the Special Assessment Progress.

History

The Board of Directors initially proposed a special assessment in July 2013. After a general meeting with the HOA members in September of that year, the scope and amount was revamped by a committee made up of homeowners who volunteered to revise the proposal. The revised Special Assessment passed in February 2014 and took effect in April of that year.

Ninety-two percent of the members voted in favor of the proposal. Two options were given and 86% chose option 1 which was the 3-year payment plan. The purpose of this special assessment was to repair deteriorated and rotting siding and paint the entire exterior of every building.

Here is a link to the announcement that was sent to the members regarding the passing of the Special Assessment.

Friendly Reminders

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.

The message center is for general questions about the HOA and maintenance issues. The person who will return your call is a volunteer member of the Board of Directors. They will return your call when they can.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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