Welcome to the Promontory at Soda Creek Homeowner’s Association.

Located at the intersection of Evergreen Parkway and Squaw Pass Road in Evergreen Colorado, the Promontory at Soda Creek HOA includes 53 property owners.

Announcements:

Our next HOA board meeting is scheduled for 6:30 pm Tuesday August 6th, 2019 at the Tuscany Tavern.    If you are planning to attend, please let the Board Secretary know so we can make space available. Hope to see you there!
The neighborhood Garage Sale and block party was a big success.  Thank you Holly for coordinating.  Holly is retiring from this job after several years of organizing our annual event.  If you are interested in carrying on this tradition, please contact a board member and volunteer your time.  Holly will be happy to train you.
Architectural Review:  Please remember to submit your exterior home improvement plans BEFORE you start work to the Architectural Review Committee (ARC).  This would include things like paint color or siding/roofing changes, fencing, deck improvements and landscaping.   The ARC will turn your request around as quickly as possible and can be best reached thru the ARC chair – Dan Fesenmeyer   
Neighborhood Watch:  We are a non-solicitation neighborhood.  Our children and their projects are always welcome, but if an unwelcome solicitor comes to your door, politely remind them of the neighborhood policy and that they should leave before the sheriff comes to escort them away.   Keeping a watchful eye for such things is helpful to all of us.  Please call the non-emergency sheriff line if you see anything suspicious.  They are happy to dispatch the nearest deputy. (303-277-0211).
Trash and Recycling: Our contract with Waste Management includes once a week trash pickup and every other week recycling pickup.  Did you know that in addition to your two bins, they will also take up to 10 bags of yard refuse and 2 bundles of sticks (if cut into 4 ft max length and tied together) as part of their weekly service at no additional charge? 
Snow Plowing:  All of our roads, except for Windom, are privately owned and maintained by the HOA. We have contracted with Pine Grove Excavating for our snow removal for all of the private roads and they plow when we've received at least 4" of new snow. They take great care to avoid the obstacles in your yard, but sometimes are difficult to see when the snow gets too deep. It's helpful if you add a reflective marker near your obstacles during the winter months. Should you have any issues with snow removal, please contact Dan Fesenmeyer and please remember that Jefferson County handles all maintenance and snow removal for Windom. 

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