Master HOA

The Castle Pines North Master Association is your community-wide Homeowner Association that serves all residents in a variety of roles to enhance the overall quality of life in our community. The CPN Master Association services are funded via annual dues, which are paid separately from your neighborhood HOA dues.

CPN Master Association annual dues must be paid by January 10th. Bills are sent direct to CPN residents in December, except for Hidden Pointe (see note below).

For more information on billing and collection, please see the Collection Policy or contact kim@premierpropmgmt.com  

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Paying Dues 

Dues: $40.00 per year

Dues are required to be paid by January 10th. They are considered late after February 10th and will be subject to late fees and interest.

To pay your dues online either by credit card or echeck, (NOTE THE BANK CHARGES $14.95 to PROCESS YOUR CREDIT CARD, THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR ECHECK) please Click Here

ONLINE PAYMENT REQUIRES THE MANAGEMENT ID 5552 AND ASSOCIATION ID 5933 YOUR ACCOUNT NUMBER IS JUST YOUR HOUSE NUMBER NO STREET NAME PLEASE.

Please contact kim@premierpropmgmt.com to ensure we have your correct mailing address and payment information.

Hidden Pointe Residents

Master dues are collected by the Hidden Pointe neighborhood HOA, therefore the Master Association annual bill is not sent to Hidden Pointe Residents. 

Financials

Financial Statements are produced each month and provided to Delegates and Residents at the monthly Board Meetings.

Master Association Budget

The budget is adopted, or modified, by the Board of Director for the Castle Pines North Association, Inc.

Download a printer friendly version of the 2017 Budget (.pdf).

Budget line item detail is available to homeowners, please contact kim@premierpropmgmt.com  

Services and Parks

Coyote Ridge Park, Retreat Park and Daniels Gate Park are currently owned and maintained by the CPN Metro District. The new Elk Ridge Park is owned and maintained by the City of Castle Pines. Neighborhood open spaces, trails, swimming pools and clubhouses are owned and maintained by individual neighborhood HOAs.

The Master Association also contributes towards social events either organized by or contributed to by the Master Association.