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Board and Committee Meetings

Mountain Park homeowners are welcome to attend Board and Committee meetings held at the Mountain Park Clubhouse. Please call the Clubhouse to confirm the date and time of the meetings as occasionally there are changes. Upcoming Board of Directors Meetings July 24 @ 7:00pm August 28 @ 7:00pm Additional Board of Directors meetings may


What is the best way to pay your semi-annual assessment on time? If you pay your assessments semi-annually, you should have received your assessment statement for the second six months of 2018 by now.  The payment must be received by us (not postmarked, but in our bank account) by July 31, 2018.  Many of

CC&R – Owner’s Responsibility

If you are an owner that uses a property management company or rents your home, please remember that you are still responsible for the regular maintenance of the property. If your tenant wants to make a change to the exterior or the home, you as the owner would need to apply for this project

CC&R – Architectural Review

The Architectural Committee recently approved a new packet of information for owners who are making external changes to their property.   Mt. Park does require a completed application be approved before work commences on your project. The Architectural Review Packet is available for owners in a fillable form at or at the front deck

CC&R – 
Restrictions on Political Signs

With the current political climate in the nation, Mt. Park decided to take this opportunity to reach all of our owners regarding restrictions of political signage. Restrictions on signage within Mt. Park dates back to the incorporation of the Association and the vision of founder Carl Halvorson.   The Mt. Park Declaration of Restrictions

Landscape Stewardship – Bat Boxes

Shhhhhh! We’re sleeping! Above you is a bat box, constructed by Nick L. and Elliott N. from OES Class of 2018. These boxes can serve as a home for more than 100 bats each and prevent them from nesting in buildings or homes. A single brown bat can live to be 40 years old,

Landscape Stewardship, 
Invasive Species – Cooperative Spirit

The Mt. Park Landscape Stewardship Department and CC&R Manager would like to send out a public ‘thank you’ to owners in our community that worked with the Association by removing the invasive species ‘Lesser Celandine’ this past spring.  Lesser Celandine is an early flowering invasive plant that displays beautiful yellow flowers, it is highly

President’s Message – July 2018

Greeting, Neighbors! I’m sad to announce the retirement of Carol Cook, our Executive Director, effective July 1st.  Carol has led the operational arm of MPHOA for almost 6 years. Her oversight of financial matters has been exemplary and has enabled us to attain financial stability and establish a solid foundation for decades to come.

CC&R – Architectural Review Packet

The Architectural Review Packet is intended as a guide for Mountain Park Home Owners Association (MPHOA) members planning new construction or property improvements/modifications. The Architectural Committee of Mountain Park is tasked by the Board of Directors with reviewing applications for property alterations to ensure that all proposed work will further the “harmony of external

CC&R – Real Estate Signs

If you are making plans to sell your home, please let your real estate agent know that you live in the Mt. Park Homeowners Association and that Mt. Park does have guidelines on signage that an agent may place on your property or directional signs for open houses.  The real estate agent may see

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