Mountain Park Home Owners Association

All owners of property within Mountain Park are members of the Mountain Park Homeowners Association. The association is regulated by section 94 of the Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS 94), also known as the Oregon Planned Community Act. It is further organized as a non-profit corporation under ORS 65.

In addition to state law, the association is controlled by its own Codes, Covenants, & Restrictions (CC&Rs). These consist of the Declaration of Restrictions, the Articles of Incorporation, and Bylaws. They are essentially the ‘constitution’ of the association.

The association is governed by a seven member Board of Directors. Board responsibilities include establishing policies consistent with the CC&Rs, setting the budget for the association, and establishing committees. An Executive Director hired by the board is responsible for the implementation of the day to day operations of the Association.

Members of the association have certain rights, such as the right to use common property, vote in association elections, attend board meetings, and inspect certain records of the association.

Members also have certain obligations. They must pay assessments and comply with restrictions set forth in the CC&Rs and policies established by the board. The association has the right to enforce its regulations by imposing fines on members, suspending their access to certain amenities, and filing liens on property for nonpayment of assessments or fines.

Board of Directors

The Mountain Park Home Owners Association is governed by a seven member Board of Directors. All Board members are volunteers who receive no compensation for their work.

Directors serve three year terms and are elected on a rotating basis by members of the association at the annual meeting. Two or three directors are elected each ear. In the event of a vacancy on the Board, remaining Board members may elect a replacement to serve the balance of the unexpired term. Any director may be removed without cause by a majority vote of the members of the association at a properly called meeting.

The Board does not oversee day-to-day operations of the association. That is the job of the Executive Director and association staff. Duties of the Board include hiring and directing the Executive Director, establishing policies, setting budgets and assessments, appointing committees, and approving contracts or other legal documents.

Committees

Mountain Park HOA has standing committees that establish and enforce HOA policies. The committees are comprised of homeowners, a staff liaison, and a Board liaison. The six committees include:

  • Architectural Committee
  • Clubhouse Committee
  • Common Property Committee
  • Home Maintenance Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Reserves Committee

HOA Department Directory

Mountain Park Home Owners Association
2 Mt. Jefferson Terrace
Lake Oswego Oregon 97035

Main: 503-635-3561
Clubhouse: 503-635-3561
Playschool: 503-636-8962
Landscape: 503-635-3561
Fax: 503-635-0971

service@mtparkhoa.com