March 31st – Firewise Community Meeting – 2 to 4 PM

Anyone owning property within the Elk Creek Highlands / Meadows subdivisions should attend this informative meeting!  Attendance will also count towards the hours needed this year to again be recognized as a Firewise community!

 

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Save Our Pond Donation Celebration!

We continue to receive new donations to Save Our Pond and have reached our first major milestone!  $5,000!  We currently have $4,211 in donations plus $800 in secured ECHPOA funds.  This is a huge step in working towards the $50K grant recommendation from the Park County Land and Water Trust Fund Board!  Help us celebrate by giving a BIG THANK YOU to all of the supporters that made this happen!

See the updated list on the Save Our Pond Supporters page under the Fishing Pond menu option above.

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February 7th-Guest Speaker

I just wanted to remind everyone to attend the Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Property Owners Association monthly meeting this Wednesday, February 7th, at 7 p.m., in the basement of the Association Building located at 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey.  Steve Spodyak will be our guest speaker, he is running for Park County Sheriff.  Ballots for the Board of Directors are due and will be counted during this meeting.  You do not have to be a member to attend. For more information, contact Karen Ellis at 303-514-8620, or CUNColorado@aol.com.

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The list of Save Our Pond supporters keeps growing!

We have received many new donations to Save Our Pond!  We are so grateful and are getting closer to our goal every day!  Check out the updated list on the Save Our Pond Supporters page under the Fishing Pond menu option above.  You can thank a supporter the next time you are down at the pond enjoying all that it has to offer our community!!

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February 7, 2018 Association Meeting

The Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Property Owners Association will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, February 7, 2018, in the basement of the Association Building located at 86 Elk Creek Drive, Bailey.  We will discuss the status of our grant applications, “Save Our Pond” donation goal / achievement, and bathroom remodeling.  Don’t forget to become a 2018 member and vote!  Ballots for the Board of Directors will be counted, and officers elected during this meeting.   For more information, contact Karen Ellis at 303-514-8620, or CUNColorado@aol.com.

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Limited Time, Limited Offer

For a limited time ECHPOA is offering a limited number of annual fishing permits to Park County residents.  Annual fishing permits expire December 31st of the same year purchased.  2018 Park County permits are $100, which includes 2 badges.  Residents living within the Elk Creek Highlands and Meadows subdivisions may still obtain their ECHPOA membership and fishing permit with 4 badges for only $65.  Badges must be visibly displayed and will allow access to the pond area and fishing.

By purchasing an ECHPOA annual fishing permit you are helping us to keep our private pond in our community for fire safety, wildlife and habitat benefits, preserving open space, and recreational values!  The money collected from these permits will be used to purchase fish to stock the pond and to obtain augmentation water required by state water law.

To learn how to obtain an annual fishing permit, Park County residents can go to the Park County Fishing Permit Form, ECHPOA residents can go to the ECHPOA Membership Brochure.

To learn more about money needed to obtain augmentation water and why, go to the Save Our Pond History page under the Fishing Pond menu option above.  To learn more about why Park County annual fishing permits are now being offered, go to the November 1, 2017 meeting minutes page.

For more information, contact Karen Ellis at 303-514-8620, or CUNColorado@aol.com.

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Postcards Sent

Postcards were mailed today to all 360 property owners within the Elk Creek Highlands and Meadows subdivisions.  The largest pile, about 270, have a Bailey address.  The middle pile, about 70, are being sent throughout Colorado.  The smallest pile, about 20, have an out of state address.  Postcards are being sent as far away as Connecticut and Hawaii.  The majority of out of state addresses are in Texas and Arizona.  To see if your property is within these subdivisions, you can view the Elk Creek Highlands/Meadows Subdivision Map on the Legal Documents page under the About ECHPOA menu option above.

Information such as 2018 Membership dues, Board of Directors ballot, Save Our Pond donation goal, 2017 Achievements, Covenants enforcement, and Loss Assessment liability is included in this postcard.  For a sneak peak of this postcard, the Annual Financial Statement is also attached, go to January 2018 on the Annual Newsletters page under the Meeting Minutes & Newsletters menu option above.

Please let us know if you do not receive your postcard by January 20th by contacting Karen Ellis at 303-514-8620, or CUNColorado@aol.com.

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