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Board of Directors Work Session Notice

Starting in September 2019, the first Board Meeting of every month will now be a work session between Board members. While this is an open meeting, there will not be opportunities for visitor comments and/or discussion of agenda items. The Board of Directors voted to institute work sessions to streamline the efficiency and effectiveness of

Neighborhood Electrical Work by PGE

Portland General Electric will be performing electrical work on some of their underground facilities within the Mountain Park neighborhood. Expect to see PGE crews and MPHOA Landscape Stewards working on Mountain Park properties within the next few weeks. From PGE: "Often to accomplish this work, the crews will have to access private property, which may

Assessments Due by July 31, 2019!

HAVE YOU PAID YOUR SEMI-ANNUAL ASSESSMENT YET? To avoid the $50 Late Charge you need to pay your assessment online by 7/31/19. This can be completed through PayLease.  Go to our website at www.mtparkhoa.com/pay-assessment to read the information on paying online. Then click on MAKE A PAYMENT ONLINE to be redirected to the PayLease website to

Ice Cream Social

Mark your end of summer calendars! We will be hosting an Ice Cream Social August 17 from 1:00-3:00pm. More information to follow. Stay tuned to our website!

KidZone Summer Camp 2019 – Enroll Today!

Have your kids ages 5-12 join us at camp. They will have a blast swimming in our pool with a lazy river, going on hikes on our trails, making crafts, and conducting science experiments! Daily and weekly options are available and a different theme is featured every week. Our camp hours are 7:30am-6:00pm, Monday-Friday. Drop

Questions about Yard Debris?

Spring season is finally approaching and you are likely planning to do some yard work on your property. Have you found yourself confused about the MPHOA yard debris service? If so, please refer to our new YARD DEBRIS CHART. This chart will help you answer all of your basic questions on how the service works, when

KidZone Spring Break Camp 2019

KidZone Spring Break Camp 2019 is coming our way! Have your kids join us March 25 - March 29 for activities all about springtime animals. The camp day is 7:30am-6:00pm and we keep the kids busy. Whether it's science experiments, swimming, outdoor play, hiking, arts and crafts, food fun, engineering, or social time, we definitely make great

How to Dispose of your Christmas Tree

Wondering how to dispose or recycle your Christmas tree?Most trees are recycled into wood chips or compost, so it’s important to remove all lights, tinsel, ornaments, nails, stands and other non-organic materials. Flocked trees not be accepted.Please reduce the size of your tree. Remove as many limbs as you can and put them in your

Volunteer Event – Bulb Planting

The Landscape Stewardship Department is requesting volunteers for a large scale bulb planting event! Approximately 25,000 spring-time flowering bulbs will be planted at monuments, islands, and along a few roadsides. Join us November 13th and November 15th at 9:00am at the Clubhouse and volunteers will be sent out to different locations from there.

Landscape Ivy Pull Volunteer Event – September 29, 2018

The Landscape Stewardship Department Boy Scouts are hosting a volunteer ivy pulling event this Saturday, September 29, from 9:00am-12:00pm. Meet at the Clubhouse parking lot. Please bring your own pruners/shearers and gloves. Ivy is an invasive species and we are working to contain its spread in our Common Property. Volunteers will get a native plant

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