These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) are a series of common questions and answers on a specific topic as it relates to the community and HOA. Many questions regarding homeowners responsibilities should be answered by reading MHOA governing documents. Specifically the CC&R’s and the Rules & Regulations. If an item or subject area is not covered under FAQ’s or any another MHOA documentation on the site, please let the website admin’s know by submitting a request form here; our goal is to make this website as useful as possible.
Given the requirements by the State of Nevada’s Phase 2 Roadmap to Recovery, it is not possible to reopen the pool, spa, tennis courts, or playground at this time. The Board seeks to balance the safety of the residents and the wise use of Meadowridge’s resources with the availability of these recreational facilities. Essentially, the Roadmap requires extensive staffing, which Meadowridge does not have, to ensure that the strict use requirements are met.
The Board received guidance from legal counsel to inform Meadowridge Association, Inc.’s COVID-19 Plan. The Real Estate Division requires that Meadowridge have a COVID-19 Plan, which we have put together with the help of our counsel. Provisions about the common amenities are in the last 3-4 pages of the Plan. To see the full copy click Roadmap to Recovery.
Equus Management Group is locally owned, we have the ability to offer the most competitive rates in the industry. We don’t think you should have to pay the higher rates of a nationally owned company and we want the opportunity to prove how we can save your community dollars for more important community projects.
We employ an incredible group of credentialed Community Managers who are licensed by the State of Nevada Real Estate Division. Other important facts about our team:
- All of our credentialed community managers take 9 hours of Nevada Real Estate Division approved continuing education a year, as well as attend Equus Management sponsored seminars.
- Equus Management Group also presents in-house training for our Board Members.
- Equus Management Group Managers comply with all current bylaws, standards, and practices as may be established by CAI subject to all federal, state, and local laws, ordinances and regulations in effect where the manager practices.
- Our dedicated Community Managers are readily accessible by cell phones.
- Equus Management Group employs 10 managers and limits the number of communities that one manager may oversee to a maximum of 6 so that each community receives excellent customer service
It is our pleasure to serve the needs of all the Associations we manage. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to assist you in building a better community through continued communication and teamwork.
The Community Manager for Meadowridge Homeowners Association is Lara Garrell, Supervising Community Manager license #1080-SUPR. You may contact Lara by email: email@example.com or by phone at (775) 284-2050Equus Management Group Sparks Office: 4888 Sparks Blvd., Suite 102
Sparks, NV 89436 Tel: 775-284-2050
Fax: 775-284-2055 website: https://equusmanagement.com/
No, Meadowridge is a single-family association that is comprised of 97 individually owned units.
Yes. The HOA’s master policy does not cover a total loss to your home. Contact your Mortgage Company and insurance provider and discuss a policy that suits your needs.
Please make your check or money order payable to Meadowridge Homeowners Association (MHOA). Checks or money orders may be mailed or hand-delivered to:Equus Management
4888 Sparks Blvd., Suite 102
Sparks, NV 89436
The monthly dues cover; common area landscaping, asphalt, snow removal, common area lighting, fencing, master insurance policy, clubhouse maintenance, swimming pool and spa maintenance, and management fees. A complete budget can be requested from Equus Management Group. Referance: Meadowridge HOA.
You are putting our community and your property at risk. Basically, you are breaching your contract with the community and ultimately your neighbors. The maintenance and management services that support our community are dependent upon timely receipt of your monthly assessment. If payments are not received, a late fee is applied. Sixty days after your last payment the collection process begins.
Please be advised before you purchase into a “Common Interest Community,” it is your responsibility to know 1) you are signing a contract with MHOA community at the time of your purchase 2) that you agree to pay monthly assessment for the entire period you are the homeowner.
Meadowridge is a privately owned, a single-family subdivision of 97 homes. We have extensive “common area” greenbelts, mature landscaping, trees, ponds and community amenities such as our pool, clubhouse, sports courts and walking paths. As a result, we tend to pay a higher monthly assessment when compared to communities with limited amenities, xeriscaped common areas, and more single-family homes.
No. Board Members do not receive compensation per NRS 116. They are elected, and hold their positions as volunteers.
All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to come to our monthly HOA Board meetings which are held January-November, on the third Wednesday at in the clubhouse. Meeting agendas may be downloaded from our Financials & Meetings page or Equus Management Group.
We observe Nevada Open Meeting Laws. You will have ample opportunities to speak and share your thoughts, suggestions, or concerns. Your input is needed and appreciated. Without your engagement and participation, The Board has no way of knowing or address any of your issues. There is NO “Them.” There is only “Us” the Meadowridge Community. The Board and Committee Members are “volunteers,” homeowners like yourself and your neighbors. Please be respectful in your conduct and mindful of tone.
The quick answer is; 1) there is no one section of the property prioritized over another. We have limited funds within the reserve account which are earmarked for major repairs. 2) money used for these major repairs, such as roads, pool, clubhouse, etc., are prioritized annually, funded by ALL 97 homeowners and required by law. The intention is to minimize the financial burden on homeowners now or in the future. If you would like to learn more about planned projects for the 2020 year, please come to a Board meeting or contact Lara our Community Manager.
Homeowners are encouraged to make improvements, annual updates, or modifications to their home and landscaping. Please review our HOA page, to learn more about the application process or contact our Community Manager, Lara for more information. Please file the appropriate applications with each of the HOA committees before beginning your project.
The Architectural Committee (ARC) is charged with enforcing the “look of the community” for the benefit of the community. Unfortunately, standards have not always been enforced evenly. We recognize that everyone has their own ideas of beauty but some uniformity of the “look” needs to be enforced to enhance the community and our individual property values. We encourage you to please contact and meet with the Architectural Committee before commencing your project.
The CC&R’s dictate that the exterior of your home may not be altered [painted, reroofed, added onto or removed] without an Architectural Committee project review and approval. This also applies to items not attached to your house but are in public view from the street. Click to download your ARC Application.
No. Please do not park at right angles to the curb or the edge of the street in Meadowridge.
Meadowridge was designed for cars to park parallel with the curb or street edge. When cars and trucks are parked at a right angle to the curb or edge of the street, it reduces parking space, inconveniences neighbors and makes it very difficult for emergency vehicles maneuver. The same is true if multiple vehicles are parked in driving lanes of our community circles. Please use your driveway and visitor parking that’s available in all parts of Meadowridge.
No. Each home in our community comes with its own two car garage and driveway, please use them. The Guest Parking areas are designed only for short-term parking (as in a couple of hours) and may be utilized by a homeowner’s or their guests.
Parking at an anytime within designated “FIRE LANES” (curbs are painted red) are subject to towing without notice. Be advised the Owner of the vehicle will incur all the costs associated with the towing. “Do Not Park Here” is noted in multiple locations within the community. Please be respectful of the rules and your neighbors.
NO. Parking constraints, narrow streets and the intrusive nature of garage sales contribute to this restriction.
The following standards apply to any construction, whether performed by a homeowner or a contractor. Before the commencement of any construction activity on any lot or parcel, the owner and contractor shall rope off those areas not intended for actual construction or stage to protect the site from unnecessary damage to foliage and to reduce erosion and dust problems.
The site shall be kept in a clean and orderly fashion at all times, and the contractor shall have approved sanitary facilities on site as well as a garbage dumpster or other suitable device for regular removal of trash.
No construction materials shall be stored on roadways, pathways, trails, greenbelts, open space, or any common area, unless on individual homeowners driveway.
The Architectural Committee may require the contractor to submit an erosion protection plan to control possible sedimentation travel to parks, green belts, waters, or other common area when in the opinion of the Committee it is deemed necessary or when required by Washoe County or the City of Reno as a condition of approval of any project. If requested, this plan must be submitted before any construction activity.
Construction work days are limited to Monday through Saturday between Homeowners are encouraged to be neighborly and notify their immediate neighbors of any construction and possible inconveniences before construction begins. Especially if there may be issues pertaining to parking and street access.
The Board of Directors has an agreement with All Seasons Lawn and Landscaping to plow the community roadways and guest parking areas during snow storms. The Board of Directors sets a “trigger” of 2 inches. At which time All Seasons will be notified, and Meadowridge will be incorporated in their plowing schedule. All homeowners are encouraged to shovel their private walkways and driveways.
You should contact our Community Manager, Lara or Equus (775) 284-2050 immediately. Take photos where possible and take note of any pertinent details, like where the leak is coming from and any nearby identifiers or location such as the tennis court, swimming pool, etc. For more information please review our “Property Management” page.
Homeowners may rent the clubhouse for a modest fee and deposit. The list of fees, insurance requirements, and other relevant information can be found on our Clubhouse page or Equus Management Group 775-284-2050. Once you have a date in mind or would like to view the interior, please contact our Community Manager Lara, to see if the clubhouse is available.
Yes. You are responsible for the painting and maintenance of your individual property fences. Where possible we encourage neighbors to work together sharing costs and general maintenance. The outside of your fence must be painted with the standard Meadowridge color; Cinnamon #331014205084 and is available through Home Depot or Lowes.
The inside of your fence may be any color of your choice, however, the HOA recommends using a standard color application or stain. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Architectural Committee or our Community Manager Lara, at Equus Management Group.