Outside of the Clubhouse, off the parking lot near Independence Ave, there is an edible garden. This edible garden is home to marionberries, boysenberries, blackberries, figs, strawberries, apples, and more! The variety of fruits are intended to be shared among the residents of Mountain Park - available for anyone to harvest and consume at their leisure.
The Clubhouse is excited to announce that a new software called EZFacility is coming soon and it will turn all of your fitness needs into a simple, pain-free process! This software is exclusively for Clubhouse usage only. It is not associated with the Homeowner Portal in any way. You will only need to set up an account if you use the Clubhouse for
Due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and rising hospital rates, the Governor of Oregon has reinstituted a statewide mask mandate. Starting August 13, masks will be required in all indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status. This mandate directly applies to members using the Clubhouse. Please remember to bring your mask and to wear
As you may have seen in recent news, Governor Brown has removed the risk level framework for COVID restrictions across the State of Oregon. The Clubhouse staff have worked to develop a plan for what the removed restrictions mean for the Clubhouse. Despite not having to abide by strict mandates any longer, the following changes (with
This is the last of a series of Homeowner Portal tutorial emails to notify you that it is necessary to login to your portal to access information exclusively for Mountain Park homeowners. As of May 21, the Mountain Park website will no longer serve the Association as a resource for critical HOA documents. Architectural Applications and
Yesterday, Governor Brown announced that Clackamas County will be moving back to the High Risk level this Friday (May 7). Being in the High Risk category allows the Clubhouse to take reservations to use the facility again. This includes the weight room, functional training area, pool, sport court, and Group Ex classes (first day of classes will be May
On April 27, Governor Brown announced that Clackamas County will be moving up to the Extreme Risk level this Friday (April 30). This means that, once again, gym facilities will have to follow very strict guidelines in order to operate. Unfortunately, the Clubhouse will not be able to adequately meet the needs of the Extreme Risk level restrictions and will have
Groups are now forming to discuss the results of the 2021 Community Survey. Based on the results, the groups will identify specific areas of concern and make recommendations for actions to improve. Members can participate in a meeting on one of these evenings: Thursday, April 15 at 7:00pm Wednesday, April 21 at 7:00pm We’d love