April 2018 Newsletter

April 2018 Newsletter: Vol. 13, Issue 2

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Spring has arrived!  The Annual HOA Meeting was held March 21, 2018. Thank you to those residents who attended. Your Board of Directors:

  • Lofton Petty – President
  • Susan Schubert – Vice President
  • Joni Lacey– Secretary
  • Melissa Anzman – Treasurer
  • Karen Thurman – Member at large

 Thank you, Angie, for your service!

New Residents. Welcome to the community. We are excited by your arrival. Complete your Resident Information Packet to obtain access to: Amenity keys and important resident information (including Rules & Regulations) Please contact the office with any questions or concerns.

Current office hours are 2:00-6:00 pm – Monday-Friday.

Additional HOA news can be found on the website: www.canyonclubcondos.org

Stay Connected – to be added to the email distribution list please send an email from the account you wish to subscribe with to canyonclubcondos@gmail.com with the subject line “Subscribe Me to Mailing List”. Be included on all important messaging regarding our Community.  We will not share your information. This is the best way to stay informed.

Contact Canyon Club HOA
6495 E Happy Canyon Rd, Unit 176
Denver, CO 80237
P: 303.757.8527

canyonclubcondos@gmail.com

5 Ways to Stay Safe During a Severe Wind Event

During severe weather events winds can reach speeds greater than 100 miles per hour. But even winds at 25 miles per hour can damage homes and property. Take a few simple steps to learn disaster preparedness and prepare your family and home for the possibility of severe winds.

Develop an emergency plan – Proper planning can help save your family from injury and inconvenience when severe weather strikes. Prepare your family for severe winds by creating a disaster preparedness plan, including a disaster survival kit and an emergency evacuation plan.

Stay informed – Getting up-to-the-minute information is an important part of staying safe in any weather emergency. A high wind advisory means that sustained winds of over 25 miles per hour are predicted. Thunderstorm, tornado, and hurricane warnings should be taken very seriously, as they mean that severe weather has been spotted and is on its way.

Find shelter – When severe winds occur, move to the middle of your home or basement, away from windows and glass doors.

Secure your property – If there is sufficient warning before the onset of severe winds, move garbage cans, patio furniture, grills, and other potentially wind-borne objects inside your home. Vehicles are also at risk during a severe wind event.

Be insured – Your condo is more than a roof over your head: It’s your home. So, make sure you understand insurance basics and coverage options for your unit. Discuss Loss Assessment with your agent.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • May 19: Shred Event 10am – Noon
  • June 23: Annual HOA Picnic
  • Spring Planting event: TBD

*Watch your email and community postings for details.

MAINTENANCE ISSUES

Canyon Club counts on our residents to help keep us informed of issues in our community.

You are our eyes and ears. If you have concerns, questions or suggestions for maintenance please communicate them through the HOA office by calling the office manager, 303-757-8527, email to canyonclubcondos@gmail.com. Maintenance emergencies must be called into the maintenance emergency line at 720-385-8158.

Maintenance has been working on the below-listed projects.

  • The fitness center remodel phase has begun and we will announce an open house for all to see the results.
  • The book bin is in place near the mailroom. Enjoy a book or leave a book.
  • Replacing, adjusting, repairing lights around the property
  • Cleaning out maintenance storage areas and maintenance office
  • Big property cleanup (blowing out all courtyards and parking areas)
  • Repair pet stations
  • Planning Spring planting
  • Fence repairs
  • Plumbing repairs
  • Landscaping projects

NEW and IMPROVED security cameras and monitoring around the property.

PET WASTE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

Pick-up after your pets or incur a fine. Remember the new cameras are in place to catch those not following the rules.

It could be your pet that tracks waste into your home so be kind and just do it! PICK IT UP!

 RESIDENT INFORMATION PACKET CALL FOR ACTION

Packets will be sent via email and posted – All residents are required to update their Resident Information Packet annually, on or before April 30th in order to retain their amenity access privileges. Any unit found to be non-compliant will have their amenity access restricted until the packet has been completed and submitted to the HOA Administrative Office.

Be kind reminder: Please do not run and stomp in upper-level units or on the walkways and stairs. All neighbors deserve a peaceful home.

FIRE SAFETY REMINDERS

Reminders were sent to those who did not complete their form.  These are required by our governing documents and the City of Denver.  Those not completed by April 15 will be assessed a fine by the Association for non-compliance and the City of Denver can also issue fines.

ATTEND THE HOA MEETINGS TO HEAR ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY TOPICS AND PROJECTS 

BUDGET QUESTIONS – Your monthly dues are used for all community issues including but not limited to:

  • BUILDINGS: General Maintenance/Sewer/ Pest control
  • RECREATION FACILITIES: Pool/Hot Tub/Fitness Center; Game room
  • GROUNDS: Landscape /Snow Removal/ Mowing,  Concrete and Asphalt
  • UTILITIES: Gas, electric, water, sewage, storm drains, recycle & trash
  • ADMINISTRATIVE: Accounting and Legal; Insurance/ Office / Employee expenses

Timely payments keep our community projects and expenses on track.  

DO NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE or throw food items on the ground – YOU WILL INCUR FINES! – There have been several pets with illnesses from eating your garbage. You will be held responsible for these expensive Vet bills.