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Effective March 18th the amendment to eliminate Short Term Rentals was passed by more than 67% of the HOA membership and is now filed with the county. This excludes the (3) prior approved properties which have until March 18th 2025 to maintain their STR status.
Below are the meeting minutes from the 2021 HOA monthly meetings. Click here to review the meeting minutes from 2020. If you would like minutes from meetings before 2020, please contact Kristine at KristineRubish@ctrhoa.org to request a copy.
Our Homeowner’s Association documents include our Policies and Procedures, Bylaws, and Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions.
In addition to the below governing documents, Colorado’s Timber Ridge Homeowner’s Association is subject to the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) enacted on July 1, 1992 which provides guidance for governing common interest communities. Following the initial Act, Amendments to CCIOA were passed by the Colorado Legislature.
Below is the Timber Ridge HOA Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and previous amendments to the Declaration of Covenants.
Fire Mitigation and Forest Health Committee
Thomas Jones, Chairman
Colorado’s Timber Ridge is located in a wildland/urban interface area or “WUI”. Because of this, properties in Colorado’s Timber Ridge community are at high risk of wildfire damage.
The National Fire Protection Association acknowledges that Colorado’s Timber Ridge has successfully completed the Firewise USA® programs annual requirements for 2020 and is a participating site in good standing throughout the 2021 calendar year. View certificate
Fire Adapted Communities is a collaborative approach to reducing wildfire risks throughout an entire community and helps connect all those who play a role in wildfire preparedness like community officials, planners or developers, residents and business owners, emergency responders, insurance representatives and land managers and public utilities, with the organizations and programs that provide resources for their (these) specific wildfire preparedness needs. NFPA’s Firewise USA® Program is a key component of the fire adapted approach and provides the framework to help residents reduce the risk of losing their homes and property to wildfire.
When adequately prepared, a house can withstand a wildland fire without the intervention of the fire service. In fact, a house and its surrounding community can be both Firewise and compatible with the area’s ecosystem. The Firewise Communities/USA program enables communities in all parts of the United States to achieve a high level of protection against WUI fire as well as sustainable ecosystem balance. Firewise Communities/USA program provides residents of the WUI with the knowledge and skill necessary to make it happen.
Colorado Timber Ridge HOA has developed a wildfire mitigation plan to help homeowners protect their property:
- View the Wildfire Defensible Space Plan Policy (effective January, 2014)
There are other helpful documents below:
Below are the bank balances and Profit and Loss statements for the Homeowners Association in 2020. If you would like to see previous years’ financial statements, please contact our Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are the most recent meeting minutes. If you would like minutes from meetings before 2020, please contact Kristine at KristineRubish@ctrhoa.org to request a copy.
Here are some recent photos of social events at Timber Ridge Ranch