Purpose of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is charged with establishing and enforcing policies and regulations regarding the facilities and common area of the association. The Board meets monthly to discuss and make decisions on behalf of the association regarding maintenance and upkeep of the buildings and grounds as well as any other issues facing the HOA. Members of the association are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings. If you are interested in attending a meeting to observe or discuss a policy or another matter, please email the Board of Directors for meeting details.

The Board strives to:

  • Maintain the financial health of the HOA
  • Maintain and improve the exterior and structural integrity of the buildings of the HOA
  • Maintain and improve the common area of the HOA
  • Provide as many services to the HOA residents when fiscally possible
  • Create a sustainable, responsible, and friendly neighborhood for which residents to live in
  • Meet the requirements of the HOA Covenants and Bylaws

Any homeowner may serve on the Board of Directors and is encouraged to do so. The Board of Directors is elected each year at the Annual Meeting and serves a one year term. Directors may be reelected to unlimited consecutive terms.

Below is a list of some of the HOA policies. If you need more information about an issue not listed, please review the covenants and bylaws. For further clarification on any matter, call the hotline or email us.


Satellite Dishes

Snow Removal

Basketball Goals

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.