Annual HOA Meeting:
- March 5
- Ponderosa Elementary
- 7 pm
Please join us!
Welcome to Wilkins Ranch Homeowners Association Website
The new Board of Directors wish to thank the 2017 Board for all the effort put forth to make Wilkins Ranch a great place to live!
Phil Fryer has decided to step down from his VP duties within our HOA board. We would like to thank Phil Fryer for his commitment and service to our community. In addition, we would like to welcome our new VP, Andy Seals. Thank you for stepping into this position and we look forward to working with you this year.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2017 ARE:
- President: Pam Murray
- Vice President: Andy Seal
- Treasury: Reed Barlow
- Secretary: Lora Evanouski
- ACC: Ray Ogden
- Landscape Chairperson: Norma Mares
All board members and committee members are actively seeking volunteers to fill open positions. If you would like to donate time to your community, or if you are interested in a place on the board, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRING/SUMMER LOT MAINTENANCE
As we move into spring and summer 2017 the Board of Directors for Wilkins Ranch HOA would like to ask that each and every homeowner take a very close look at their lot and begin to prepare for any structure repairs, fence repairs, painting & landscaping maintenance that is needed. Every homeowner has an important role to play in how the community looks at all times. If you have any questions about improvements or compliance matters please feel free to contact our Board at email@example.com
Below are a few tips that can help you get off to a good start. Remember owner responsibility begins with the structure and lot but also extends to the sidewalk, street trees & parking strip. If you have sidewalks that are pushing up and could be a safety hazard early spring is a good time to coordinate these repairs.
Summer is just around the corner and it is time to take care of the winter weeds and any remaining leaves that may still be in your bed areas. A thorough leaf removal is needed to help prevent fungus and disease from forming in the bed areas and on your plants. Weeding and raking your beds are also important if want to establish a clean weed free environment in anticipation of applying your shrub fertilizers and bedding pre-emergent herbicides. By putting these practices to use, your landscape beds will look well maintained and should have minimal weeds germinating in the months ahead.
As you enjoy the beautiful weather around our community, please help keep our subdivision clean by cleaning litter as you see it. If everyone picks up just 1 item our community will be trash free and even a better place to live. Thank you for your help!
Parents please remind your children to refrain from hanging on the gazebo slats. The fiberglass slats are not made of steel and will be damaged when used as a hanging device or have rocks thrown at it or even used as a kick board. Please avoid riding bikes or using strollers in the common grounds grass areas. The damage from the wheels to the sprinkler heads in the common grounds can quickly drain our annual budget. Thank you for your help!
Pet owners remember that your pets need to be safe. Safety for a pet means they need to be on a leash and controlled by the owner or master. Dog waste is unsightly and carries bacteria that can cause diseases to all. Clean up after your pet!
YOUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
The current Board of Directors is actively seeking volunteers to serve in open positions. If you are interested in a position on the board, or on an active committee, please contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Newsletter Committee
- ARC Committee
- Social Committee
- Web Site Committee
- The Board of Directors
COMMON COMPLIANCE ISSUES
Below are some common compliance issues that come up all year long. By just following these simple steps you can avoid getting a letter from our management company and keep the community looking its best all year long.
Valley Property Management will now be handling all CCR issues. This means if you have a question, concern, or complaint you must call Valley Property Management 888-4947.
Parking of trailers, boats or campers are not permitted in street or driveway they must be behind your fence. For example you are leaving on vacation you have 48 hours to prepare your trailer for leaving. It is not acceptable to park your trailer in front of your house for a week at a time. If you need a special extension please contact the HOA Board. Trash Cans and recycling containers must be stored out of view unless it is the pick up day. Basketball hoops must be up and in good working condition or stored away when not in use. Landscaping needs to be maintained in a clean and attractive condition at all times. Your night light must be on after dark.
Planning any improvements to the exterior of your home or lot?
Any time you are planning a project that will change the look of you home or lot you must submit an ARC application for the boards review and decision. It’s easy. Just visit the Wilkins Ranch Management website, click on forms and follow the instructions to submit the application. The ARC Committee has up to 30 days to review the application and deliver a decision. Below are just a few examples; if you are not sure contact us.
- Dish Installation
If there is any information that you would like to see posted on the website please contact us at email@example.com
Our community is managed by Valley Property Management Company, P.O. Box 1090 Meridian, ID 83680, 208-888-4947.