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The HOA Hotline comes from the Colony Communications Committee and is designed to quickly broadcast timely information to homeowners


RECYCLING CALENDERS
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RECYCLING SCHEDULE 2014 (PDF)


UPCOMING BOARD MEETING - Posted 03-26-2014

The next HOA Board Meeting has been scheduled for Friday, March 28th. The meeting will be held in the HOA Conference Room (96 WPC) and the regular session (open to all homeowners) will begin at 3:00 p.m. Logged in users may view the Agenda under the BOARD>AGENDAS menu item.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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SARC SURVEY - Posted 03-25-2014

To all Colony property Owners,

A new initiative that your HOA Board has implemented for this year is a review and update of our current “Design Guidelines and Procedures”. The goals of this initiative will be to remove outdated or confusing criteria, include or update industry current “Best Practices" in Architecture and Engineering and provide enhancements to the design process for new members of our community.

We believe that an initiative like this starts with a look backwards. The following link is a brief survey that has been created to generate feedback from some of the most knowledgeable constituents in this process - you. By sharing your personal experience and perceptions we will be better prepared to serve future property Owners and enhance the value of our community. The survey will be open for 2 weeks. Please take the time to complete it prior to April 8th.
We thank you in advance for your participation.

The 2014 HOA Board


 

LANE CLOSURE AT GATEHOUSE - Posted 03-21-2014

Beginning today, the owner entry lane at the gatehouse will be closed for a concrete repair. To allow for proper cure of the patch, the lane will remain closed through Sunday. Please use the guest entry lane and travel slowly through the area as there will be laborers working.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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POND SKIMMNG: SPECIAL SECTION FOR COLONY SPECTATORS - Posted 03-18-2014

It is Spring Gruv season at Canyons and we are working with their team again to have a special section for Colony owners to watch the Annual Pond Skimming contest on Saturday, March 22nd at 12 noon.

On Saturday morning, the HOA ranch crew will rope off an area specifically designated for Colony homeowners. Be sure to look for the section and your neighbors when you arrive. Due to a few changes in the event layout, the section will be standing room only. There will be no chairs for spectators this year. Please plan accordingly and bring your own if you'd like. Unfortunately, the access and logistics of the location don't allow for us to load in chairs for the group.

To help prepare a section in accordance with the size of The Colony group, please RSVP by Thursday March 20th at 3:00p.m. You can email your RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 435.658.1171435.658.1171. If the designated section is not filled prior 11:45 a.m., it will be down-sized to allow for general spectators to have additional viewing space. Hope to see you there!

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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UPCOMING BOARD MEETING - Posted 03-04-2014

The next HOA Board Meeting has been scheduled for Friday, March 7th. The meeting will be held in the HOA Conference Room (96 WPC) and the regular session (open to all homeowners) will begin at 3:00 p.m. Logged in users may view the Agenda under the BOARD>AGENDAS menu item.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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NEW GATE ACCESS SYSTEM - Posted 03-01-2014

Many of you may have noticed the on-going work in the gatehouse area over the past few months. Four new gates have been installed including an RF system in the owner entry lane. The RF system will give owners who register their cars the ability to open the new owner entry gate and the existing entry gate as they approach in the far right entry lane. For now, only owners will be given access to the RF system.

Click here to view a diagram and description of the new set-up.

RF tags are $25 per tag. Each homestead will receive the first three tags at no cost. Additional vehicles, replacement tags, etc., will be subject to the $25/tag fee. A separate Vehicle Registration Form will be individually emailed to you following this hotline. Once vehicles are registered, allow 24-48 hours to pick up tags at the gatehouse.

Unfortunately, tags cannot be issued to vehicles without license plate information.

Eventually, the white and gold decals used today will no longer be valid. The gatehouse staff will be asking you to turn in your decal when you pick up your RF tag. For optimal reading, the RF tags should be placed vertically, in the upper left section of the windshield, on the interior, driver’s side of the vehicle.

The new gates will be active beginning mid-morning on Wednesday, March 5th.

Please contact the HOA office with any questions, 435.658.1171435.658.1171. We appreciate your patience through the construction process and as we begin to integrate the new system.


Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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UPCOMING BOARD MEETING - Posted 02-06-2014

The next HOA Board Meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, February 8th. The meeting will be held in the HOA Conference Room (96 WPC) and the regular session (open to all homeowners) will begin at 3:00 p.m. Logged in users may view the Agenda under the BOARD>AGENDAS menu item.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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CLARIFICATION TO BYLAWS MATERIAL - Posted 02-05-2014

A few discrepancies in the bylaws resolution and amendment documents have been brought to our attention. The amendment being proposed will be the 18th amendment should it pass, but in a few places the documents reference the 17th amendment. The following changes were updated:
  • Resolution: Line 5, the word owing now reads owning
  • Resolution: Line 19, Seventeenth now reads Eighteenth
  • Resolution: Line 23, Seventeenth now reads Eighteenth
  • Amendment: 5th page, Line 1, Seventeenth now reads Eighteenth
If you feel any of these items are material to your decision, you may change your vote. Corrected versions of each document are available below for your reference.
Apologies for any confusion and if you have questions please contact me at 435.658.1171 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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PLEASE VOTE! BYLAWS AMENDMENT TO ALLOW ELECTRONIC VOTING - Posted 02-03-2014

The HOA Board is asking for your approval to amend the existing bylaws to allow for electronic voting. With a majority of the community being comprised of part-time owners, completing a ballot by hand and mailing, faxing or emailing it back can become quite cumbersome. In an effort to make participation easier for homeowners, the Board would like incorporate electronic voting whereby an owner could digitally sign (e-sign) a document sent to them by the HOA via a service such as EchoSign, DocuSign, or other similar, licensed software. Utilizing one of these services will still allow for traditional voting (print, hand sign, return) as well, if you so choose.

If you would like to know more about secure, e-sign technology, you can visit any one of these sites: www.echosign.adobe.com, www.docusign.com, www.rightsignature.com

An amendment to the bylaws requires 60% owner approval for the change. The proposed amendment and resolution have been mailed to each owner with a pre-paid, addressed envelope for easy return. Both documents can also be accessed through the links below. If you agree with the proposed amendment, please sign and mail, fax or scan/email the resolution page to the HOA as soon as possible.
Your participation is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions related to this proposal, please contact me at 435.658.1171 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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ANNUAL DUES REMINDER - Posted 01-31-2014
 
A friendly reminder that all dues must be returned and/or postmarked to the HOA by February 15, 2014 to avoid penalties. Annual dues notices for 2014 were sent via email to homestead owners in early January. HOA dues for 2014 are $14,000 per homestead. For your information, the HOA policy pertaining to timely dues payment is listed below:

If payment is not received prior to February 15th, or the 15th of each month thereafter, late fees will be assessed as follows:
  • February 16th - 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
  • March 16th - 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
  • April 16th - 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
  • May 16th - 5% penalty + 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
June 1st - all unpaid accounts will be turned over to collections for further processing
  • June 16th - 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
  • July 16th - 1% interest added onto unpaid balance
  • August 16th and every month thereafter - 1.5% interest added onto unpaid balance
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the HOA office.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
435.658.1171
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COMMITTEE MEMBERS NEEDED - Posted 01-29-2014

The Colony HOA Board invites all homeowners to participate on any committee that might be of interest. Working on a committee is a great way to get involved and meet other Colony owners. The time commitments vary by committee, but overall require much less time than a board position.

The Board has selected the following committees to be active in 2014:

  • Communications (newsletters, website, develop a community board)
  • Finance (investments, budgeting)
  • HOA Clubhouse (interest poll, site planning, plan how to use)
  • Infrastructure (walls, bridges, roads)
  • Internet Service Provider (improve internet speeds)
  • SARC Review (design guideline updates, process improvements)
  • Snowplow (future contract negotiations, monitor snowplowing performance)
  • Social (event planning, group activities)

Please contact me prior to February 7th if you have any interest in participating on committee in 2014.

Thank you,


Kelly Simons
435.658.1171
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UPCOMING BOARD MEETING - Posted 01-22-2014

The next HOA Board Meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, January 25th. The meeting will be held in the HOA Conference Room (96 WPC) and the regular session (open to all homeowners) will begin at 3:00 p.m. Logged in users may view the Agenda under the BOARD>AGENDAS menu item.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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REINVESTMENT AND CONSTRUCTION IMPACT FEES - Posted 01-14-2014


Dear Colony Owner,


This communication is to share the HOA's perspective regarding a communication you received from the Developer (IMA) regarding the two proposed fees, Reinvestment, and Construction Impact, that were recommended by your HOA Board, but failed to achieve the necessary 2/3 approval of all homeowners. Though almost 80% of the non-IMA votes were cast in favor of the Board’s proposals, the proposals were defeated largely because IMA, despite earlier commitments to the contrary, stacked all of its votes against the proposals.

Your HOA Board believes the communication from IMA was at best misleading. Below is a summary of IMA’s claims together with the HOA Board’s perspective. We think it is particularly important that you fully understand your Board’s perspective since it is likely that you will be asked to revisit the Board’s fee proposals in the near future.

IMA claim: The proposed fees have no direct financial impact on IMA.

This statement is misleading. While neither of the Board’s proposed fees would have applied to IMA’s lot sales, separate from IMA, Walt Brett, the President of IMA, has been and is building spec homes in the Colony. These homes would have been subject to both Board proposed fees.

IMA claim: IMA would not skew the vote either way.

To avoid unnecessarily spending HOA funds on formally drafting the CC&R amendment, the Board took a straw poll of member attitudes toward the fee options. That poll indicated overwhelming support for the proposed fees. The Board also queried IMA regarding how they would vote. The Board did so because it knew, given the high vote threshold required under the CC&Rs, and the often low HOA voter response rate, IMA likely had the votes to kill the Board’s recommendations. IMA first indicated it would give the Board its proxies. Shortly thereafter, IMA indicated they would not give the Board its proxies, but would cast its votes for the options in the same proportion as did the membership. Once the actual vote was under way, IMA changed its mind and cast all its votes against the Board’s recommendations. The net result was effectively to kill the proposals because virtually all non-IMA homeowners would have had to vote and, almost 100% of them would have had to vote in favor.

IMA claim: IMA opposes Board fees because the fees do not apply equally to all HOA members.

While it is true that the proposed fees would not be identical for all members, the Board believes the fees would nevertheless be fair. True, owners of larger, more expensive homes who sell their property, would pay a higher gross Reinvestment Fee (since it is a percentage of the sales price) than those owners who sell only a lot, or a guest house. Property taxes are routinely applied in exactly the same way, on the value of the property.

The fairness rationale for the Construction Impact Fee is even stronger. The wear and tear on the infrastructure is largely a function of the weight of the materials trucked in and out of the Colony when you build. Charging a lot owner who builds a small guest house the same fee as the owner who builds a 20 million dollar main house, guest house, and toy barn is manifestly unfair. Of course, an owner of an undeveloped lot pays no Construction Impact Fee at all until and unless that owner actually builds on the lot!

Simply put, the Board recommended approach is both more fair, and better captures funds for infrastructure maintenance in a manner that reflects the impact of owners on the infrastructure.

IMA claim: IMA talked to owners, builders, and realtors who favored a special assessment.

Perhaps this claim is true. But the Board talked to far more owners who not only favored the Board recommended approach, but did so demonstrably by overwhelmingly casting their votes for the Board’s proposed fees. The Board also talked to many realtors who expressed the view that the Board proposed fees were likely to be less damaging to our property values than a special assessment. In fact, many other high-end communities in Park City have a reinvestment fee. The Board proposed a 0.5% fee which is lower than any other community in the area (Wolf Creek 2%, Empire Pass 1-5%, Glenwild 1%, Promontory 1%, Tuhaye 1%, Red Cloud 1%). As for IMA’s claim regarding builders’ preference, this claim makes no sense, since the IMA alleged opinion of builders who are not owners is not credible, and is most certainly irrelevant.

IMA claim: The Board changed its commitment to use the additional funds for CARF funding.

Simply untrue! From the outset, the goal was and remains to generate revenue to fund CARF.

IMA Claim: The proposed fees last indefinitely.

True, unless later changed by a Membership vote. But this is a good feature since an ongoing fee provides a perpetual, growing, relatively painless, tax advantaged CARF income stream that will increasingly enable the reduction of taxable HOA Annual Assessments.

IMA Claim: Construction Fee discriminates

True, owners who have already built would not be retroactively assessed. However, in most settings, new fees are never made retroactive. Moreover, those who have already built have been subsidizing the cost of pursuing HOA’s claims against IMA. They have also been seriously inconvenienced by the endless road, wall, and bridge reconstruction that should never have had to have taken place. Thus, it could be reasonably argued that those who have been living in the Colony and paying the bills have been discriminated against relative to new buyers who are and will be spared much of the inconvenience, hard work, and cost of protecting them from unreasonable future infrastructure remediation assessments.

Sincerely,
The Colony HOA Board


 

INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT

Logged in users can access the PowerPoint slides used by the chair of the HOA Infrastructure Committee in his presentation at the annual HOA meeting.

Members may view the presentation under the BOARD > BOARD MINUTES menu item.


Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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LIFTS NOW OPEN - Posted 01-18-2014

All lifts except Day Break, 9990, Short Cut, Super Condor and Iron Mountain are now open. Enjoy the fresh powder!


Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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UPCOMING BOARD MEETING - Posted 01-08-2014

The next HOA Board Meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, January 11th. The meeting will be held in the HOA Conference Room (96 WPC) and the regular session (open to all homeowners) will begin at 3:00 p.m. Logged in users may view the Agenda under the BOARD>AGENDAS menu item.


Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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CANYONS LIFT TICKETS

As in past years, lift tickets will be available for purchase at the gatehouse by Colony homeowners and guests. Adult day passes will be available for $76 each and Youth/Senior passes will be available for $53 each. Up to 50 tickets may purchased at a time. If you are interested in purchasing a larger quantity, please call the Gatehouse at least 3 days in advance to ensure that we maintain sufficient ticket inventory.

Tickets will likely be available at the Gatehouse around mid-December, when Canyons begins selling Day Passes at the full rate. Until then, you can purchase discounted day passes at the Canyons Ticket Office.

Please contact the HOA office with any questions, 435-658-1171

Kelly Simons
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MANDITORY BACKFLOW INSPECTIONS - Posted 11-11-2013


On October 29, 2013 Mountain Regional Water sent letters to all homeowners notifying them that testing of their fire suppression system backflow assembly is now required by the state of Utah.  This notification also went on to say that there is the possibility of water being shut off to residences that do not have the appropriate testing complete by the end of this November.   


The HOA has reached out to Mt. Regional and discussed the terms stated in their letter.  They have assured us that they are willing to work with all of their customers in order to protect them and the water system.  They also understand that this is short notice.  With this in mind, Mt. Regional is giving extensions to homeowners who contact them.  At the first of the year, Mountain Regional will reevaluate the number of responses and resend another letter will reevaluate the number of responses and resend another letter.  It will not be until the spring of 2014 when they will start shutting off residential water.   

 

In order to facilitate the mandated backflow preventer inspections, the HOA has contacted a number of certified inspectors to inquire about a bulk inspection arrangement.  Fire Services Inc. (435-649-9537) has offered the HOA what appears to be the best deal. Click here to view their letter.  If we can schedule five or more Colony home inspections on the same day they will perform the inspection for $50 per owner.

If you want a complete backflow inspection test and fire sprinkler annual test/inspection the cost will be $160. Fire Services Inc has appointments available as early as Wednesday, November 13th.

Homeowner calls for inspection appointments should be made by the end of this month, November 29, 2013.   


If you have any questions or would like to request an extension, please contact Stacey Blonquist at Mountain Regional (435.640.5729).  The link for state certified inspectors is the following: http://www.drinkingwater.utah.gov/documents/compliance/backflow_technicians_by_city.pdf 


Best regards,

The HOA Staff

 


 

COLONY DIRECTORY UPDATES - Posted 11-11-2013

We are currently updating the Colony Directory of Homeowners for 2014. This private directory will only include residents who have agreed to list their information.

All information from the 2013 directory will be carried over to the 2014 directory unless we hear otherwise. New additions or changes should be emailed to Lucy, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , no later than December 1.

New directories will only be made available to current owners on record at the Annual Meeting (December 28th), at the Gatehouse, or by individual request via mail.

Thank you,

Kelly Simons
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COLONY FALL NEWSLETTER - Posted 09-26-2013

Logged-in members may find the Fall edition (more like Winter, today!) of The Colony Newsletter under the Newsletters > Newsletters 2013 menu item.  There you will find details on upcoming events and projects, the new holiday lighting policy, special offers for Colony owners, fire mitigation details, and more!


Kelly Simons
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CANYONS SEASON PASS RATES FOR 2013-2014 SEASON

The following message is from Mike Goar/Canyons regarding season pass rates for the 2013-2014 ski season.  Prices listed below are only guaranteed through September 2, 2013.  Passes can be purchased by calling 1.888.284.2806 or online at http://www.snow.com/epic-pass.aspx

If I can help with any questions, please do not hesitate to email or call.


Kelly Simons
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Dear Colony Homeowners,

I understand that you have been patiently awaiting an announcement regarding the upcoming season pass pricing for Colony Owners.  We are excited to announce several new season pass products to choose from that are very aggressively priced and come with added value as compared to products we have historically had available.  Due to the already low price for these products, which we believe are the best value in the industry, we are not able to offer discounts.  I have shared the highlights below but you will find all the exciting details at  http://www.snow.com/epic-pass.aspx.

Additional information on pricing and availability of day tickets for Colony Homeowners is forthcoming. As always, thank you for your support. We value our partnership and will continue to look for opportunities to enhance your experience at Canyons.


EPIC PASS™ at $689 - $160 less than our adult season pass product last year!

Where:
12 U.S. resorts and 2 European resorts
Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Mountain & Eldora in Colorado; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe; Canyons, Afton Alps in Minnesota and Mt. Brighton in Michigan, plus 5 days each in Arlberg, Austria and Verbier, Switzerland.
When:
Any time you want, no restrictions or blackout dates
Price:
$689 / $359 ages 5-12
Special pricing available on a limited number of lift tickets for a friend


EPIC LOCAL PASS™ at $529 – all the benefits of the Epic Pass with a few blackout dates (11 in all)

Where:
Canyons: unlimited days of skiing with holiday restrictions (11 days)
Lake Tahoe: (Northstar, Kirkwood & Heavenly): unlimited days of skiing with restrictions.
Colorado: (Breckenridge, Keystone & Arapahoe Basin): unlimited skiing/riding with no restrictions.
Colorado: (Vail & Beaver Creek): 10 days total with holiday restrictions.
Europe: Not included on Epic Local.
When:
Holiday blackout dates are Nov. 29-30, Dec. 26-31, Jan. 18 and Feb. 15-16
There are special prices available to Epic Local pass holders for blackout days at Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood
Price:
$529 / $409 teen / $269 child
Special pricing available on a limited number of lift tickets for a friend


CANYONS YOUTH PASS – includes the College Pass for $429 which is $170 less than last year!

Where:
Canyons only.  This does not include access to other Vail resorts.
When:
Any time you want, no restrictions or blackout dates for Canyons.
Price:
Must be purchased onsite at Canyons Resort or by calling 888-CANYONS888-CANYONS.
Children (5-12): $249
Teens (13-17): $299
College Students (any age, with 12 undergrad credits, or 6 grad credits): $429


Canyons 4-Pack
– for Utah Residents who don’t plan to ski more than 4 days
Where:
4 restricted days to Canyons.
When:
Any day all season except 11 blackout days – Nov. 29-30, Dec. 26-31, Jan. 18 and Feb. 15-16
Price:
$248, that’s $62/day


With all the good news comes some simplification.  The following pass programs are discontinued, but in many cases, the passes listed above are less expensive and/or offer much better value than these products.

•    Honor Roll
•    Senior
•    Super Senior
•    Teacher, Firefighter, Police & Military
•    No Brainer
•    Cherry Picker
•    eCoupon Books
•    Kids “Ski Free” now is 4 & under (previously 6 & under).

We look forward to welcoming returning and new Colony Owners to Canyons.


MIKE GOAR
GENERAL MANAGER

W 435.649.5400
4000 CANYONS RESORT DR. PARK CITY, UT 84098


WE NEED YOUR VOTE! - Published 10-25-13

The Homeowners Association has carefully studied the current and future maintenance and capital needs of our community. Our duty, and we believe our common interest, is to make sure the Association has taken the actions necessary to reasonably address and reserve for these expenses on an ongoing basis.

You will recall the information we have distributed and the “soft poll” about the implementation of reinvestment and new construction impact fees. A majority of those who responded encouraged the Board to explore implementation of those fees. We have done so and encourage your support for these initiatives. The only sound alternative to the implementation of these fees will be a material increase in the level of our annual dues and assessments, beginning next year.

In the links below, you will find a Notice of Special Meeting, the text of the proposed Second Amendment to the Second Amended and Restated Declaration (which, if approved, will implement these changes), Second Amendment to the Second Amended and Restated Design Guidelines, and a form of Proxy by which you can appoint the Board to cast your vote for or against the proposals. You will not need to attend the meeting if you return a completed Proxy to the Board. These materials were also sent via mail to every homeowner.

Notice of Special Meeting
Proposed CC&R Amendment
Proposed Design Guidelines Amendment
Proxy

Sincerely,

The Colony HOA Board

The Colony Homeowners Association - Overview

The Colony Homeowners' Association (HOA) purpose is to serve and protect the collective interests of Colony owners. As the Developer completes each phase of The Colony infrastructure, responsibility for its maintenance is shifted to the HOA.

The Colony HOA was chartered in 1998. Though controlled by the Developer for the first five years, beginning in 2004, the HOA has been governed by a seven member Board of Trustees elected by the Membership. Trustees are unpaid and serve staggered, two-year terms.

The HOA is funded by membership dues, based on a budget adopted by the homeowners at its Annual Meeting. For 2008, homeowner dues are $9500.  The  HOA  employees a full-time general manager, administrative assistant, ranch manager and crew, and 24/7 gatehouse staff.  The HOA team provides a variety of services including operations management,  forest oversight and protection,  seasonal social  events,  and regular communications.

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The Colony Homeowners Association

2590 White Pine Canyon Road, Park City, Utah 84060

 

NOTE: Slideshow images courtesy of The Colony/Lori Adamski Peek/Allen Birnbach. 

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KEY DATES

2014 Board Meeting Schedule

  • January 11th @ 3:00 p.m. HOA Office
  • January 25th @ 3:00 p.m. HOA Office
  • February 8th @ 3:00 p.m. HOA Office
  • March 7th @ 3:00 p.m. HOA Office
  • March 28th @ 3:00 p.m. HOA Office

2014 Summer Social

  • August 2nd, @ 6:00 p.m.

2014 Winter Social

  • December 27th, @ 6:00 p.m.

2014 Annual Meeting

  • December 29th,  @ 4:00p.m., Temple Har Shalom

 

 


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