$79.25/Month includes trash for all except Painters. (Painters Ridge owners pay their own trash and their monthly assessment is $67 per month.)
Please be sure to update your scheduled payments and bill pay to reflect the new assessment rate. If you have an ACH form set up with the HOA you do not have to make the adjustment and it will be updated for you. Please login to to the HOA website and click on the payment link.
Native Area Advisory
Please keep all motorized vehicles (quads, trucks, street bikes, etc) off of native common areas. There is substantial damage to our native areas due to homeowners riding vehicles, especially quads. These areas can handle foot traffic but are not intended for anything else. Any damages will require repair and reseeding at the cost of our HOA dues.
Please remind your family not to ride in these areas.
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New Homeowner Info - Welcome
Contact Waste Management to :
Report missed service; Request additional Toters for a small fee; To schedule an extra pickup for a fee; Or to sign up for service delay messages
Waste Management may be contacted at (800)482-6406, or at www.WM.com
The Board is aware of potential dissatisfaction with Waste Management service, as well as the contractual requirement to place everything in the Toters. Our 5-year contract with Waste Management, signed in 2019, is up for renewal in 2024. We would expect that the Board in place at that time will review available options.
According to the calendar, summer has arrived and along with it the usual questions and concerns regarding our common areas. One of the more frequently voiced questions is 'why does the Kings Ridge section of Crystal Valley Parkway look so different than the Crystal Valley Ranch section?' To properly answer this question requires a history lesson. When the developers of Crystal Valley Ranch designed and planned our community, they envisioned a community with native grasses. This plan is what the Town of Castle Rock approved and what the developers built. When the developers of Kings Ridge designed and planned that community, they wanted something different, and the Town approved their plan, which does have a more manicured look.
Today, with the water challenges Castle Rock faces, the Town has adopted new rules which do not allow for any irrigation in new parkway medians. Nor will they allow any additional irrigation in existing medians. The Town will not allow us to rebuild our section of Crystal Valley Parkway to look like Kings Ridge.
What can we do differently? At some point in the future, we may choose to re-landscape the parkway median and possibly the curb medians with rock. This would require Town approval, which is not guaranteed, and would cost the HOA (all of us homeowners) a significant amount of money. In the meantime, The Landscape Maintenance contract in place has specific requirements for spot weed control, and monthly mowing and edging, to help manage the appearance. Despite best efforts, weeds grow fast and there will likely always be a little bit of a weedy appearance. To mow, weed, edge more frequently than monthly would increase our costs and budget significantly. At some point the community may want to pursue a rock replacement strategy or to spend additional money for more frequent care. Please attend the next Board of Directors meeting to share your input on this topic and any other items of interest.
Your CVR Master HOA Board of Directors