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.
COMMON PROPERTY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDAS
TROUBLESHOOTING: If clicking the “Submit” button on the CPWR is not displaying a webmail selector, it may mean that you have a pop-up blocker stopping it. If so, you can download the form, save it, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment.
For all other Common Property Committee related documents, please refer to our Governance Manual page by clicking the button below.
COMMON PROPERTY WORK REQUEST
The Common Property Work Request (CPWR) is the way for the homeowner to submit a request to the Landscape Stewardship Department for consideration. For more information about CPWRs, please refer to the MPHOA Common Property Policies on the Governance Manual page.
A homeowner can submit a CPWR in any of the following ways:
- Use the fillable online form, save it as a pdf document on your computer, and attach the form to an email. Then send it to us at email@example.com.
- Print the form and submit it at the Clubhouse.
- Paper forms are also available at the Clubhouse.
If a homeowner has a request, concern, or emergency that involves a street, sidewalk, or right-of way, please call the City of Lake Oswego at 503-635-0280; this includes fallen trees, blocked storm grates, and snow or ice related emergencies.