Please Submit You Emergency Contact Information

 

Due to a recent emergency situation within the neighborhood regarding a fire, please provide  the  phone number to best reach you at in case of an emergency. This request is so you and/or your renter(s) may be contacted to ensure safety and/or pass on any pertinent information in the event a similar situation occurs. Only a member of the Board of Directors or agent of the Board will contact you and your number will not be passed on to third parties unless your permission is given to do so.

If you rent out your unit, please provide the name(s) and phone number(s) for the person(s) renting and living there. If you own multiple units, please make a submission for each unit.

We appreciate your cooperation in this matter of safety for all in the neighborhood!

Friendly Reminders

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.

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.

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.

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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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.

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