Since the fall of 2021 and early 2022, the Board reviewed information as far as what would need to be done to open the pool for the 2022 season. As of now, the Board is working with Lee Joseph Pools to have the pool open on June 2, 2022, and remain open until after Labor Day. Please note that if you do not have a pool key, please email Jailyn to make arrangements. … [Read more...] about When will the Pool Open?
During this past year, the Board and Equus spent significant time and effort developing a long-term fire mitigation program to complement its ongoing efforts. To that end, Meadowridge met with Wilderness Forestry to develop a comprehensive plan that includes both an extensive fuel reduction strategy and ongoing maintenance. The first of that work was completed in February 2022. … [Read more...] about What is Meadowridge doing to mitigate fire danger?
As the manager, I can be thought of as the middle of a spider web, and all actions, tasks, and communications are routed through me. These tasks are outlined in the Management Contract between the Association and Equus Management Group. The laws governing HOAs and Board Members can be found in NRS116, NAC 116, and NAC 116A. As the manager, I am ultimately responsible for everything that happens in the community. This means keeping the Board and the staff at Equus and any contractors or … [Read more...] about How does the Community Manager support the Board?
As a homeowner, the Association is required, by law, to produce certain documents to the homeowners upon request. When the Association moved to Equus Management Group in 2020, each homeowner was assigned an account number and passcode. With this information, you are able to log into the Equuus Meadowridge HOA portal, view your account, and see any activity on your account (violations, payments, etc.). You will receive notice of current announcements or any critical updates from the Board. If you … [Read more...] about Who do I contact to review the HOA’s documents
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 to 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 to maneuver. The same is true if multiple cars are parked in the driving lanes of our community circles. Please use your driveway and … [Read more...] about May I park at right angles to the curb or the edge of the street?