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How can I get a copy of the Master Insurance Policy as part of my mortgage requirements?

Contact the insurance Agent directly for this information –
Farmers Ins – Schad Agency – 303.661.0083

How do I contact the HOA regarding questions that I have?

All questions regarding the HOA should be directed to Foster Management. The Manager assigned to this community is Marcy Nicholas, and can be reached via email at [email protected] or via phone at (720)699-9032.

Will I receive a monthly statement or payment coupon?

We will no longer be mass ordering coupon books to mail with check payments. If you would like to request a coupon payment book, simply contact your Association Manager directly. If your assessments are paid quarterly, bi-annually or annually, you will receive a statement prior to the due date.

Is there a fee charged when paying with a credit card?

Yes, there is a convenience fee charged when you pay by credit card. There is no FEE For e-check or ACH direct deposit. Selecting the debit card with the credit card feature will also incur the convenience fee. If you are going to pay by debit card, you should use the e-check feature that does not charge a fee.

What is a Homeowners Association?

A homeowner’s association or HOA is a non-profit corporation registered with the State of Colorado. The purpose of an HOA is to maintain all common areas and to govern the community association in accordance with the provision of the legal documents: CC&R’s, Bylaws, Policies and Rules & Regulations. The corporation is financially supported by all homeowners/members within the homeowner’s association (HOA). Members of the Association can review the governing documents on the website portal.

Who makes the decisions for the HOA?

The Board of Directors are elected or put into place as per the Bylaws for the Association to make the business decisions of the Association. The restrictions or limitations of the Board is outlined within the governing documents.

How can I learn more about the Association?

Attend the Board Meetings, the Annual Membership Meetings and/or review the governing documents for your community. Board meetings are open to members, with an Open Forum at the beginning of each meeting for owners to address concerns directly to the Board Members. All homeowners and residents of the community are encouraged to review these documents to ensure compliance of the regulations. Reviewing the documents will also provide clarification as to perceived rules versus stated rules.