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Your Wyngate Commons HOA Board of Trustees works hard to make this community one of the best in the area.  We want to share with all of you some news and exciting events.

1) ANNUAL MEETING: The yearly HOA meeting will be held on Thursday, May 17th, at 7pm at the pavilion.  We have numerous matters to discuss to ensureyou are informed about your community. Please plan to attend.  Light refreshments will be provided.  You will receive an official notice of the meeting in the mail in the coming weeks. The annual meeting is the ONLY document we will mail out.  All other communication will be by email.  Please be sure we have your current email on hand.  If you aren’t sure, please see the link on the website. We will continue to deliver hard copies to those few people who do not have computers or who have requested them.


2) WE NEED BOARD MEMBERS!!  Three of our current members’ terms will expire this year and we would love to work with YOU. Terms are 3 year commitments.  We welcome you to submit any Board nomination(s). If you are unable to work as one of the board members, please consider helping out the community. We are putting together a group to plant flowers by the gate and need volunteers. We also need people to help pick up trash while you are walking around our loop.  There are so many things you could help with without being on the Board.  The small things all add up to big things!  If you are interested, please fill out the Submission Form on our website.


3) SPRING CLEAN UP DUMPSTER: We will have a dumpster available for residents from April 27th-29th.  It will be placed in the Southeast corner of the community. Please break down boxes to ensure we have room for everyone’s junk. Having the dumpster available will make your spring cleaning so much easier!


4) GARAGE SALE: Why dump it when you can sell it?  Wyngate Commons has had garage sales the last two years with the Rock Church.  They have been very successful and fun for everyone.  Before we approach the Rock Church about another sale, we would like to know if we have enough interested people this year.  Please let us know if you are interested in participating by fill out the Submission Form. 


5) CAR PROGRAMMING FOR THE GATE: Are you rolling down your car window to enter your gate code into the pad? Why?  Most cars can be easily programmed to open the gate directly.  If you would like your car programmed, please let us know on the Submission Form.


6) SHRUBS AND TREES: The Board is replacing several shrubs and trees this Spring.  Many shrubs are over 10 years old and have just exceeded their life expectancy.  The shrubs in front of the ramblers are especially bad and will be replaced as soon as the water is turned on.  Keep your fingers crossed that all this rain has helped to keep us out of a drought status this year.  If we can’t get the water we need, we may not be planting as we had hoped.  New shrubs and trees need extra water and we don’t want to plant if we know we can’t get them watered properly.  We will keep you informed on the water status as we know it.  We are hoping to get our water turned on between April 10th and 15th this year.  


7) STORM/SCREEN DOORS AND RAILINGS: With the warm weather coming, screen doors are available for both the front and back doors.  The back doors are the retractable screens and the front doors are a screen/storm door combination. A few people already have purchased these doors and love them.  They are optional. Our residents also have the option of getting railings for your front and back steps. To learn more about the doors and railings, please contact us via (you guessed it) the Submission Form on our website.


8) FACEBOOK:  We are trying to keep the community informed by using our very own Facebook page.  If you aren’t yet a member, please consider joining us. It is “Wyngate Commons Community in Draper” and it will help keep you up on everything going on.


9) UPCOMING COMMUNITY PARTY:  The Board is excited to again hold a summer community party.  This is currently a work in progress. Last year we had hamburgers and hot dogs along with all the fixings and also a bounce house for the kids.  It was fun.  In the fall we had a s’mores party and used the fire pit.  Stay tuned for the next theme and the date. If you have suggestions for a community party, please let us know.


10) TENNIS/PICKLE BALL NET: Your HOA Board is currently looking into getting a net and fixing the hardware on the poles to hold the net for the tennis/pickleball/volleyball court in the back of the community.  We have that nice court and we might as well have fun using it!  If this is something you feel would be a good use of your HOA dues and that you would use, let us know.


11) PAINTING AND REPAIRING OF BACK DOORS: The doors on homes on Normandy Loop and Tuscan View were completed last year.  We anticipate to complete the painting and repairing of the back doors on all the homes on Wyngate this year.  Weather stripping can also be added, if you desire, for a $20.00 fee.

12) LANDSCAPING: Spring fertilization and aeration has begun!  Sprinkler water is expected to be turned on between April 10th and 15th.  We expect our mowing day will begin Friday, April 6th and we will alert you if it is different.  Please ensure pet waste is cleaned up (they will not mow with feces in the yard) and gates are unlocked.  Also, the landscapers will keep the back gates open until they leave so please keep all pets inside on mowing day.


13) UPCOMING PROJECTS:  The Board is looking into repairing several concrete driveways with a new type of coating. It is cheaper than replacing the cement and may last just as long.  Also, we are looking at replacing the outside light fixtures with a more modern style. 


14) RESERVED PARKING SPACES: We are happy to announce that we have two reserved parking spots available in the back of the community.  These can be rented, for $50/month, on a first come/first served basis for those residents who qualify. If you are interested, please complete a Submission Form.



1) DOGS: We have several beautiful dogs of different breeds and sizes happily living with us at Wyngate Commons.  Please be aware that Draper law states all dogs being walked MUST BE ON A LEASH. This includes the dogs playing in the back by the tennis court. If your dog demands more exercise than it can get on a leash, please check out the Draper Dog Park as it is awesome!  Also, please pick up after your dog.  Keep in mind, the fire pit in the back is NOT a garbage can!! Do NOT dump your dog waste in there and expect someone else to clean it up.  We have a doggie bag station in the front and the back of the community that always have doggie bags available for your use. Please use the doggie bags and keep your dogs on a leash to keep the community both safe and pristine.


2) GARBAGE CANS: In order to keep our community looking its best, please return your garbage cans into your garage (they are NOT allowed in driveways or backyards) the night of the trash collection.  No one wants to look at an ugly garbage can for days.  Fines are issued for this offense.  Also, please clearly mark your street number on your garbage can so you can get the correct one back on windy days.



RESIDENT PARKING: Parking continues to be our biggest problem in the community.  Please obey all the parking rules to avoid being towed.  Resident’s cars are expected to be parked in the garage. Remember, absolutely NO parking in the driveways, especially in front of a garage door.  If you choose to park in the driveway, your car will be towed without warning. The driveways are considered a “fire lane” by Draper City.  It is the Boards obligation and responsibility to have any car in the driveway towed without notice. Trailers, RVs, boats and other recreational vehicles are not permitted to be parked in the community at any time.

GUEST PARKING: The spaces designated throughout the community as GUEST PARKING are for guests of the community ONLY.  Resident’s vehicles found in the guest parking and visitor’s vehicles remaining in guest parking intermittently or continuously for over 48 hours are subject to towing at the owner’s expense, unless prior arrangements have been approved by the Board.  If you have a guest who may need to park in the visitor space for more than 48 hours in a 7 day period, please contact the Board for extended visitor pass options.  Also, please let your guests know that street parking is permitted on the SIDEWALK SIDE ONLY. If we are parking on both sides of the street and have a large vehicle, emergency vehicles may not be able to get through. This may also impede snow removal and landscaping trucks. So please, park on the sidewalk side of the road (but not ON the sidewalk) and inform your guests of this rule. Also, residents should NOT be using the street as their space.  Street parking is intended for visitors. Please contact the board if you need special parking consideration. We try hard to accommodate everyone as we understand things can get complicated. With the summer holidays approaching and with family and friends coming to visit, we need to be aware of the parking rules and inform our visitors of them.


4) SPEED LIMIT: Please remember the speed limit in the community is 10 mph.  It is important to slow down for everyone’s safety.

Have a wonderful spring and a memorable summer!


~Your Wyngate Commons HOA Board of Trustees

Board Meeting – Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting 

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Attending: Brad, Shon, Jason and Lynne

Meeting called to order at 6:38pm



1) Cantastic garbage can cleaning:
We had no feedback from the community on how they liked or disliked this service. The company’s performance was great. They did everything they said they would do and we had absolutely no problems with them.

2) Landscape:
Our new landscape contract is in place. A price of $3000 per month was agreed upon. We are not locked into a 2 year contract at this point. We also have a “30 day out” clause.

3) Garbage cans:
Brad will not be contacting Draper City for the
registration numbers and owners of the cans because the offending
family has been taking their cans in on schedule.

4) The damaged street light on Tuscany View:
The offending person will pay $150 for the pole. He will also be responsible to pay for the base and globe. The HOA will also pay $150 for the pole and pay for the pedestal that was probably damaged by the landscapers.

5) Shupe light:
Shon talked directly with Dan Vowles, Draper City Planner. Draper needs to send someone out at night with a light meter to see exactly where the light is shining. They are working on it.



1) Community census to determine rental percentage:
To comply with the new CC&R rules, our community lawyer said we need to know which rental homes are grandfathered in as rentals and which are not. Our maximum rental is 25%. Shon will start a spread sheet which will include a list of people each HOA member will contact. If we contact an owner (title holder) or family member of the unit, no further documentation is needed. If we contact a renter, then we need to see if we can get a copy of the lease. We need a copy of the lease whether the rental is to be grandfathered in or

2) Cement:
The driveway at 647 Wyngate is going through some trial repairs. The damaged driveway was coated with a concrete mixture from Rose Concrete Coatings that is supposed to last 10-15 years. We will keep an eye on it throughout the winter to see how it holds up
and if we want to continue to use it for other damaged driveways in the future.

3) The Budget:
Brad prepared an extensive rundown of the 2016 Budget. It appears that we need to increase our income in order to contribute more money into our reserves. We discussed two options in depth.

The first is to increase our HOA deductible from $5000 to $10,000. The other is to increase HOA fees from $165 to $175 per month. After a lengthy discussion, it was decided the best thing to do is to increase HOA fees now while keeping a close eye on the budget. We very well may also need to increase the deductible in the near future to meet our reserve needs. Our goal is to finalize the budget by 11/30/16 to allow LaDonna time to complete the task and also time for the community to comply.

Meeting was adjourned at 7:40pm.

Board Meeting – Thursday, October 13th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Attending: Shon Allen, Bruce Lyman, Brad Shepherd, Jim Westbrook, Angi Brown, Jason Sweat and Lynne Williams

Meeting started at 6:15pm in order to watch an outside garbage can cleaning demonstration from Cantastic. This company cleans, sanitizes and deodorizes garbage cans with water that is heated to 195-200 degrees. Any contamination from the garbage can is contained in the Cantastic truck. Representative Karl stated that Cantastic would follow the Draper City garbage collection truck, clean all cans and leave them by the curb. This process would require three Cantastic trucks and take approximately 4 hours to complete. Board members were impressed with the cleaning results. After the demonstration, the Board had a lengthy discussion on providing this as a community service. It was decided with a unanimous vote to hire Cantastic to clean our 80 garbage cans, NOT the recycle cans, once this fall (possibly Nov 3rd) and again this summer. The total cost for doing this will be $1200. The Board will review this service after the second cleaning to see if we want to continue this or if homeowners will need to contact Cantastic individually for further service.


1. Shupe lights: Shon left two messages and received no calls back. We still have unresolved issues including the broken fence, their silt still messing up our property and the parking lot night lights being too bright and shining into homeowners homes. Shon will continue to try to get them.

2. Moles: the exterminators were here again two weeks ago but we continue to have trouble with these resilient varmints. Shon will contact the exterminators again to come out to take care of the problem.

3. Brad was going to check with Draper City to see if we can get a list of who owns which garbage cans by their registration numbers. He did not have time to do this but did notice that the chronic offenders pulled their cans in on time lately.

4. Landscape bids: Board members had a lengthy discussion concerning landscape bids as the current contract expires October 31st. As required, three contract bids were received and bid summaries were handed out by Shon. These included our current contractor Summerhays, our previous contractor Utah Lawn and a bid from Hallmark Landscaping. Hallmark has experience with HOA’s. Shon and Bruce met with a Hallmark representative and were impressed with him and what he has to offer us. His written bid, however, was very generalized and we are requiring a more detailed summary.
Bruce made a motion to hire Hallmark if they:

A. Decrease their price to $3100 per month (currently they want $3150/month).
B. Detail their bid to include all the specifics that were discussed in the face to face meeting. This would include the same or similar proposals the other companies quoted and a $25/hr cost for additional jobs that may be required throughout the year but are not specifically written in the contract.

The motion passed unanimously.


1. The street light on Tuscan View was hit by a neighbor and needs to be repaired/replaced. The neighbor is taking charge of fixing it. We will be sure it is done quickly and correctly.

2. Snow Melt: Do we want to order it again for each homeowner? After a long discussion, it was decided not to order it for every household. Many people never used it and it was paid with the HOA’s money. However, we do feel it should be available for anyone if they want/need to use it. The North facing homes may especially need it. It was decided that snow melt will be available in every pod at a convenient location. The best place to put the snow melt will be discussed at a later date.

3. Holiday Decor: Many homeowners will be decorating the outside of their homes for the upcoming holidays. We will be reminding people NOT to put nails or screws into the door or the stucco. Holiday decor must be taken down by January 15th. This notice will be included in the flyer we will be distributing concerning the Cantastic details.

4. HOA Budget: we very briefly talked about this. The budget must be approved at the November meeting. Brad, Shon and LaDonna will get together concerning this and present their findings at the next meeting.

5.  Next meeting is Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Meeting adjourned at 7:36pm

Board Meeting – Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

Shon Allen, Bruce Lyman, Brad Shepherd, Jason Sweat, Jim Westbrook, Lynne Williams
Excused: Angi Brown

Meeting called to order at 6:40pm

Topics of Discussion:

1. The Cantastic Company:
This is a service that has a high tech method of cleaning garbage cans. We would request they come on a Thursday and clean everyone’s garbage can after the garbage man has come through. This would be a wonderful community service item. It was voted unanimously to check into this further. There is a great chance that the company would give us a decreased price per can if we have them do the whole community. Shon will check into this further.

2. Garbage cans left out:
We have a few families who leave their garbage cans out for several days after garbage day. This certainly decreases the appearance of the community. It is unacceptable and forbidden in the rules. Since many of the cans don’t have house numbers on them, Brad will call Draper City to get a list of all garbage can registration numbers and see who owns the cans from the serial number. Bruce will then mark the house number on the can so we can track the offenders. A letter will be sent to the owners and if they leave the cans out late again in a 12 month period they will be fined $50.00.

3. Landscape Bids:
Our current contract will expire on October 31st. We discussed the pros/cons of keeping our current landscaper. We are required to get at least 3 bids. All three bids will be back by the time we have our next meeting and then we can decide who is best for our needs.

4. Attendance requirements for HOA members:
We had a discussion to see if anything can be done with a HOA member who routinely does not show up for the meetings. We appreciate everyone’s input and need 4 board members to hold a meeting. This practice interferes with our ability to function. We respect the fact that this is a volunteer position and everyone has busy lives and schedules. It was decided to address the problem directly with any continually absent person to see if they still would like to continue to be on the Board and/or what we could do to help them attend the meetings.

5. HOA fee increase:
A Profit and Loss statement along with a Balance Sheet was passed out. It explained our current financial situation. There is a chance we may need to increase fees in the near future.

6. Carpet cleaning specials:
Should we alert the community of great deals such as with carpet cleaning? Would that provide a service people would use and consider it as an added value for living in Wyngate? It was discussed and decided that we will not promote certain venders and to let the individual find the best deals for themselves.

7. New Shupe Office Building:
The new construction has damaged our fence in a few places. Shon and Bruce have talked with Mr. Shupe and he has agreed to replace these. Also, Mr. Shupe will be cleaning up the silt that is spilling into our community. We discussed the huge lights on the Shupe property. They are extremely bright and one is not pointing in the right direction. A home owner directly west of the lights has complained that the bright lights shine into their bedrooms. We will again talk with Mr. Shupe about these concerns.

8. Other Maintenance:
Tree Service-a company has been contacted and has started shaping and trimming trees on the Wyngate side. They will be working on the Normandy side soon. This will certainly make the community look taken care of.

9. Next meeting will be October 13th, 2016 at 6:30pm at Shon’s house.

Meeting was adjourned at 7:50pm

Addendum – Thursday, August 11th, 2016

HOA meeting Addendum

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

1. HOA fee payment:
After 60 days of no payment, we notify the homeowner to see if we can
get payment.
After 90 days-we notify our attorney and the issue of HOA fee
collection with that homeowner is now out of the HOA’s hands. The attorney
may place a lien and all other communication with the homeowner from that
point will go through the attorney.

2. Preparation for 2017 budget:
Possible increase in HOA fees coming. We are facing concrete
repairs and the cost of concrete, as with other repairs, keeps going up. We
will discuss this again next month as our HOA treasurer, Brad Shepherd, was
unable to attend this meeting.

3. Topic for next month:
Should HOA Board members be required to attend a certain percentage of
the meetings?

Board Meeting – Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Attending: Shon Allen, Jim Westbrook, Jason Sweat, Lynne Williams
Excused: Bruce Lyman, Brad Shepherd and Angi Brown

Meeting called to order at 7pm

Topics of discussion:

1. Ballots for the CC&R proposed changes:
Currently, we have 47 yes votes, plus 2 that we need to get clarification on. We have enough for the proposed changes to take effect but we are hoping to get a few extra to have  “cushion” in the rare event any get disqualified.

2. Another water heater broke and flooded a residence. This is the second one in 4 months to cause substantial damage. Wyngate HOA insurance has a $5000 deductible (formerly $1000) so all homeowners should be carrying their own H06 insurance to cover the difference. Water heaters typically last 10 years on the average and this is the age of our heaters. Should we send out an e-blast to notify our homeowners of this? Probably, even though only 55% of the residence opened the last e-blast (notification of the street sealing).

3. Landscape review comes up in October. Summerhays, our current landscaper, will “think about” putting in another bid for next year. We will solicit for 3 bids (Minimum) to be considered.

4. Irrigation water is now deemed safe but possible restrictions are looming. We get our irrigation water from Utah Lake and they have had problems (algae, drought). We are considering the possibility of not replacing certain plants that have not done well in the drought and xeriscaping instead.

5. HOA dues collection practices:
The Board is obligated to collect HOA fees and possibly charge late fees. Everyone needs to pay their fair share. Depending on the circumstances, we reserve the right to waive the late fees.

6. Cantastic:
There is a business ( that sanitizes garbage cans. Should we contact them to see what type of a deal they could offer us? Is there interest in it? Should we do it once as a community service? This will be discussed at the next meeting.

Next meeting is September 8th, 6:30pm at Shon’s house.

Meeting adjourned 8:20pm

Board Meeting – Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Meeting was called to order at 6:39pm

Shon Allen, Bruce Lyman, Brad Shepherd, Jim Westbrook, Angi Brown, Jason Sweat and Lynne Williams.


1. Road Sealing
A mass email went out to all members last week. Detailed flyers were attached to everyone’s door yesterday. A second flyer will go out to the entire community on Monday, July 18th. Every effort is being made to be sure all members have been well informed about what is happening and when they need to have their cars out of the community.

2. Ballots
Angie informed us that we have 37 yes’s and 5 no’s. We need 11 more yes’s to pass, but would prefer to have 50 to be on the safe side. Bruce and Jason have more people to contact. July 31st is our goal to have all the ballots in.
Jason reminded us that last month we did discuss the section in the new CC&R rules that stated we could increase HOA fees by a certain percentage. Shon has talked to our attorney about this section and we legally can omit this statement.

3. Outside lighting
Jim handed out a comparison chart of LED lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs. Since the prices have come down so much, we will be converting to LEDs. The cost will be about $5.00 per home and to the homeowners benefit to convert. It was decided that we would not buy in huge quantities because the cost continues to come down.

4. Garage Doors
Shon shared flyers about insulated steel garage doors. Bruce and the Blakes will be testing these doors. The Blakes door will be beige and Bruce will test the brown door. The test doors are more resistant to denting and are insulated. The test doors will cost about $2200 and they include the new track, rollers and springs. The installation will be on August 4th. Currently the temperatures in the garage may exceed 100 degrees so the new insulated doors should be a big improvement. There are four different grades of doors. The homeowner can decide what grade is best for them and pay the difference if they choose a higher R value. The doors have a lifetime limited warranty and are the traditional door panel (no windows). The test will continue for approximately one year.

5. Landscaping
Sprinklers are being attended to. Plum tree dropping is a problem.

6. Garage Sale
July 30th with the Rock Church from 8am-2pm. It will be held on the grassy area North of the Church. It is outside our gate so no one inside our community will be inconvenienced with traffic, noise, etc.

7. Future topics

  • Front doors-paint or replace
  • Coach/carriage lighting
  • Roofs
  • Driveways
  • Possibly raising HOA fees
  • New speed limit signs

8. The next meeting is set for August 11th, 6:30pm at Shon’s house

9. Meeting adjourned at 7:42

Lynne Williams
Wyngate Commons HOA Board Secretary

Board Meeting – Thursday, June 9th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

Meeting was called to order at 6:35pm by Shon Allen


Shon Allen, Bruce Lyman, Brad Shepherd, Jim Westbrook, Jason Sweat and Lynne Williams
(Excused: Angi Brown)


1. The previous 2015 HOA Board was disbanded and all positions were released. New Board members were officially elected.

  • President: Shon Allen
  • Vice President: Bruce Lyman
  • Secretary: Lynne Williams
  • Treasurer : Brad Shepherd
  • Members at large: Jim Westbrook, Angi Brown, Jason Sweat

2. CC&R Ballots:
We have approximately 28 ballots collected. 25 were yes’s and 3 were no’s. We are legally required to have 48 yes’s (60%) to have the new CC&R proposal accepted. It has been 10 years since the CC&R’s were developed and some of the wording no longer meets federal/state laws. Approximately $8000 was spent in legal fees to bring us into compliance with the new laws. Since many homeowners have not returned their ballots, Board members have decided to visit their homes to remind owners to please vote and submit their ballot. Absolutely no pressure will be put on the owners concerning which way to vote. This task will be completed by the Board by Wednesday, June 15th.

3. Road resurfacing:
The road in the Community is again being resurfaced. The resurfacing that was completed last year did not adhere to the road and is lifting. The company has agree to resurface at no charge. This job has tentatively been set for mid to late July. The entire road will be resurfaced at one time. All cars will need to stay off the road for 24-48 hours, depending on weather conditions which control drying time. The company is in charge of alerting us when the road is ready to be driven on. More details concerning the road will be developed at the July Board meeting.

4. Next Board meeting has been set for July 14th, 6:30pm at Shon’s house.

5. Meeting adjourned at 8pm.

Board Meeting – Thursday, March 17th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

In attendance:

Shon Allen, James Westbrook, Angi Brown, Bruce Lyman

Parking Issues Eblast
65% of people opened the EBlast. 102 Emails were sent.
Some people are still not following the rules.
We need to start filling the Parking Spots in Back

Rock Church Easter Festival
Just making sure everyone knows they are welcome to attend.

Landscape Maintenance
Walk through on the 18 th . The landscape company is new this year.
Everything looks good so far. They will fix tree rings, lawns where snow plows took chunks out. Water will be turned on on April 15th.

Taxes filed for 2015
Non Profit return was filed. We burned through $$ and left us with little reserves.

Insurance Renewal
Renewal was just under $13,000 this year.

Conference call on 611 Wyngate
Unit is under Contract. This unit is currently a rental. Things are progressing. We discussed other units for sale and what they are selling for. Values are rebounding.

Angie Breinholt Backyard Sinkhole
We will fix it with topsoil.

Board Meeting – Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Wyngate Commons HOA Board Meeting

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016



Rock Church and Jared Shupe Office Building

The Rock has allowed people to park, but others have been taking advantage of it. They will allow parking by permit if they are contracted directly.

The Shupe Building will NOT allow any Wyngate Parking.


We are working on filling the leased spaces and new contracts will be sent out.


We do not receive $$ from the towing company.
The CCR’s state our parking policy and we need to enforce them


Not allowed on the side with out the sidewalk. No parking on the sidewalks. These violations are subject to towing.


Jim was nominated to patrol the garbage can situation and issue violations for those who do not put their cans in the garage with in 24 hours of garbage collection.

We all need to patrol the parking and watch for violations.


Guests are allowed to park for 48 hours in guest parking spots.


Articles are being reviewed by the Attorney. We need to get votes on the changes from the general population at the May meeting.

New Utah State Laws regarding violations and fines:

Transfer feels will be changed to $300 per unit. $150 goes to LaDonna for her bookkeeping fees and the rest is directed to the HOA.


We are using the GMAIL account and all enquires go to the 5 board members. Use reply all for all of us to receive it.



We need to get all of our profiles updated to let the residence know who we are. We just need a fun little bio.



Snow Removal- One more removal as per contract. The new company will be  reminded not to drop the plows and crack the pavement and to be careful of the lawns.

Pavilion Lighting:

New LED lights are in place and lights up the back area to   prevent unwanted activity and to light the cars in leased spaces. Lighting will pay for itself over time.


March 20th will be our first fertilization for lawns

April 15, sprinklers will be turned on.

Off Leash Dogs:

We need to watch out for dogs and remind owners that dogs are to be on a leash.



Next meeting to be March 17.

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