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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


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 2014, homeowner dues are $14000.  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. 



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
  • May 31st @ 9:00 a.m. HOA Office
  • August 2nd @ 9:00 a.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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