News Bulletins: The Latest News From Your Association
Canyon View News | 2016.12.21 | Next Board Meeting Date Set
The Canyon View Homeowners Association Board of Directors will meet at 6:30 PM, February 9, 2017 at the Grand Valley Rec Center, Battlement Mesa, CO. The meeting is open to the public and all Association Members are encouraged to attend. For more information on this meeting call the Association Office at 970.285.7482.
The budget for the fiscal year, 2017.04.01 to 2018.03.31 will be approved by the board at this meeting. For additional details regarding the meeting agenda, please check the Canyon View Agenda and Minutes page a few days prior to the meeting when the final agenda will be posted.
The Association’s Annual Meeting of Members is planned for March 9, 2017.more
First Eagles Point News | 2016.12.01 | Next Board Meeting Date Set
The First Eagles Point Homeowners Association Board of Directors will meet at 7 PM, January 19, 2017 at the Grand Valley Fire Protection District, 124 Stone Quarry Road in Battlement Mesa, CO. The meeting is open to the public and all Eagles Point Members are encouraged to attend. For more information on this meeting call the Association Office at 970.285.7482. A budget for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018 will be approved at this meeting.
Note: The Association has an open board of director’s position. If you are interested in serving on the board, please contact the Association Manager at 970.285.7482.more
Fairway Villas News | 2016.12.21 | Next Board Meeting Date Set
The Fairway Villas Homeowners Association Board of Directors will meet at 7 PM, January 16, 2017 at the Grand Valley Fire Protection District, 124 Stone Quarry Road in Battlement Mesa, CO. The meeting is open to the public and all Association Members are encouraged to attend. For more information on this meeting call the Association Office at 970.285.7482.
The budget for the fiscal year, 2017.04.01 to 2018.03.31 will be approved by the board at this meeting. For additional details regarding the meeting agenda, please check the Fairway Villas Agenda and Minutes page a few days prior to the meeting when the final agenda will be posted.
The Association’s Annual Meeting of Members is planned for February 20, 2017.more
Grass Mesa News | 2016.11.30 | 2017 Budget and Assessment Rate
The Grass Mesa HOA Board of Directors has approved the 2017 budget. The new budget, which is posted in Grass Mesa’s Budget section, requires a $20 per quarter increase in the assessment rate. The additional revenue will be deposited in the Association’s reserve to help pay for future road expenses.more
Knollridge Townhomes News | 2016.12.12 | New Board Members and 2017 Budget
The Knollridge Townhomes Association held its Annual Meeting of Members at 7 pm on Monday, December 12, 2016, at the Rifle Library. Rich Hills and David Burkes were elected to the board. Assessments for 2017 will remain at 2016 rates. The 2017 budget is posted in the Knollridge financial report section.more
Saddle Mountain News | 2016.12.22 | Visitor Parking Reminder
The Board of Directors would like to remind all owners/residents of Saddle Mountain Resident’s Club about the Association’s rule regarding the use of Visitor Parking. As explained in Section 7.13 (a) and (b) of the Saddle Mountain Residents Club’s Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions visitor parking is for Visitor use.
7.13 Vehicles and Parking
(a) General. Parking is subject to the Rules and Regulations adopted by the Board. Each Unit has two assigned parking stalls in the garage appurtenant to the Unit. All vehicles are to be parked in the garage. No garage is to be used for storage if doing so prevents its use for parking the number of vehicles it is designed to hold. No Owner or Resident may keep or bring more than two (2) vehicles per Unit within the Community, unless otherwise approved in writing by the Board. Another vehicle may be parked in the shared driveway only if it is parked in a manner that does not interfere with access to both sides of the garage and/or the neighboring Units.
(b) Owners and Residents may not park in guest parking spaces, unless the Board adopts Rules and Regulations allowing limited parking in such spaces.
The Board thanks you for your cooperation and assistance is assuring that our visitors will be able to find parking in our lovely community.
The Association’s Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions can be found on Saddle Mountain’s Documents page.more
Valley View News, 2017.01.04 |URSA/Summit Drilling & Pipeline | Update
January 4, 2017 | Ursa and Summit Midstream released the latest information on the Ursa/Summit drilling and pipeline project. For those that attended any of the past Ursa presentations know, Ursa has received all of the necessary approvals in order to begin drilling and pipeline construction inside the Battlement Mesa PUD. Read the latest update HERE. View the Pipeline Map HERE. Read Ursa B & D Pad Special Use Permits HERE. View the Ursa July 12, 2016 Community Meeting Slides HERE.more
BMSA News | 2016.09.20 | Median Landscape Improvements
The Battlement Mesa Service Association Board of Directors has accepted a proposal from a local contractor to install weed barrier, an irrigation system, landscape decorative rock and trees and bushes in a section of West Battlement Parkway from Crown Peak Baptist Church to the lower Willow Creek Village entrance. This project, which is a part of the BMSA’s plan to enhance all of the medians in the four mile long Battlement Mesa Parkway loop, will begin in the fall of 2016 but most likely will not be completed until the Spring of 2017.
The BMSA Board of Directors meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month at 9 AM. The meetings are open to the public and Battlement Mesa owners and residents are encouraged to attend. The BMSA meetings are held at the Grand Valley Recreation Center at 401 Arroyo Drive in Battlement Mesa.
For more information on the Battlement Mesa Service Association please visit www.BattlementMesaColorado.com.more
Road and Weather Alert | 2016.12.22
A winter storm will move from the Four Corners region into southern Utah and Southwestern Colorado today through Friday morning. This storm will bring heavy snow to the mountains of southeast Utah and southwest Colorado, with a mix of rain and snow in valley locations. Confidence is high for at least 8 to 16 inches of snow falling in the higher elevations of the San Juan Mountains, Grand Mesa and La Sals and Abajos. 5 to 10 inches of snow is expected in the West Elks and Sawatch range and Uncompaghre Plateau above 8000 feet. Up to 8 inches will be possible for the valleys and foothills above 6500 feet in southwest Colorado. Travel will be significantly impacted for those on the road in the mountains during this time period.
Another storm is forecast to impact the area this weekend, with significant snow possible, likely impacting travel on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. How much snow do you ask? There is still some uncertainty in exact amounts, however those traveling over any mountain passes on December 24th and 25th should plan ahead for slow driving and delays.more
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