HOA do I belong to?
in Huntington Ridge and Claremont Estates only belong to the Master
other homeowners belong to at least one other neighborhood HOA, some even
belong to three. To find out yours go to Find Your HOAs.
Whats the difference
between the Master Association and the other neighborhood HOAs?
The Master Association serves City of Castle
Pines residents in a variety of roles to enhance the quality of life in the
community, including: communicating important information to the community,
adding to the communitys capital fund for parks, spearheading the efforts of
community volunteers and sponsoring community-wide events throughout the year.
the Master Association can contribute funds to building new community
amenities, the Master does not own or maintain any property. New parks are
built by the Parks Authority, existing parks and open space are managed by the
Castle Pines North Metro District or the City of Castle Pines. Neighborhood
pools, clubhouses, playgrounds, monuments and some open spaces are maintained
by their respective HOAs.
Neighborhood HOAs serve specific subdivisions
within the community. The community consists of more than 30
individual neighborhood HOAs, each with its own Board of Directors, set of
covenants, management company and dues billing. Each board determines the
priorities for its particular neighborhood.
The services provided by the
individual HOAs vary, but many include: trash collection, maintenance of common
areas, pool, clubhouse, and other facilities; neighborhood social events, and
oversight of covenants and architectural guidelines. Town homes, patio homes
and gated neighborhoods typically have additional property and maintenance associations,
services and dues.
For more information about your specific
neighborhood HOA dues and services, visit your Neighborhood HOA website (Find Your HOAs) or contact your
Neighborhood HOA management company.