The Mountain Park Home Owners Association has standing committees. The Board of Directors appoints other ad hoc committees as needed. Committee members perform a valuable service for the community but are always in short supply. Residents interested in participating on any committee are encouraged to contact the association.
The Architectural Committee is the only committee specifically established by the CC&Rs. It establishes architectural standards for our community. All new construction and modifications to existing exterior structures require the approval of this committee. It typically meets once a month.
Architectural Committee meetings take place every third Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm.
The Clubhouse Committee is responsible for developing, monitoring, and enforcing rules for the Mountain Park clubhouse.
Clubhouse Committee meetings take place every second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm.
The Mt. Park HOA Common Property Committee is formed by the MPHOA Board as a standing committee charged with ongoing implementation of the adopted Mt. Park Common Property Master Plan. The Master Plan includes a physical inventory of existing common property and monuments, formal assessments of conditions, definition of Mt. Park common property issues, and establishes future goals and priorities for the common property areas within Mt. Park. The CPC meets monthly and in addition to one Board member, the CPC is comprised of volunteer Mt. Park residents with a general interest in the future of Mt. Park, supported by the Executive Director, Landscape Stewardship Director, and the CC&R Director.
Common Property Committee meetings take place every third Wednesday of the month at 8:00am.
Assists the Board with strategic financial matters of the Association. Finance Committee meetings are scheduled quarterly and as needed as determined by the Finance Committee.
The Homecare Committee serves as an advisory committee to the MPHOA Board of Directors to promote homeowner proactive care of all dwellings per the CC&Rs and other policies enacted by the Board and membership. The Homecare Committee also ensures the CC&Rs are being followed by homeowners, condominiums, townhouses and apartments.
Homecare Committee meetings take place every first Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm.
Serves as an advisory committee to the MPHOA Board of Directors and is responsible for assuring that the fixed assets (structures, systems, equipment, trails and facilities) of MPHOA are properly maintained, replaced and rehabilitated, consistent with the architectural integrity and character of the building and landscape, in order to meet the needs of the MPHOA. Reserves Committee meetings are scheduled as necessary.