The next Burland Homeowners’ Association Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 28th 2024 at the Platte Canyon Fire Protection District station, 153 Delwood Dr. Bailey, CO 80421 from 7 to 8:30 pm.
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The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that all of the Minutes of previous boards from
2001 to 2021, with the exception of 2002 (which are missing), have been digitized and uploaded
to the website. Please hover on the Info tab above and then select the BHOA Documents, then
the year, to view. You will find answers to your questions about what and how decisions were
made, in what kind of meetings, public (General or Board or Annual), or private (Executive) which
were for Board attendance only. Financial records which fill in the details, such as Treasurer
Reports and 990s, are available to Members upon written request, per the Bylaws. Please see the
Board of Directors Report January 2024 on the BHOA Documents page for more information.
Mountain Pine Beetle is making a comeback! “Beetle populations are on the rise looking for green trees to infest in 2023” From Colorado State Forest Service, Annual Forest Health Report 2022 Learn about the threats to your trees from insects and disease, how to recognize them, and how you can reduce their impact on your land.
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The main objectives of the Burland Homeowners Association are:
To provide opportunities for meeting neighbors; community building activities and enrichment at Weakland-Fawks Park, such as: the Halloween Party and the Easter Egg Hunt for area children; volunteerism in maintaining and improving the Park facilities; the Annual Picnic, etc. Please send your ideas to the Events Committee at email@example.com!
To maintain Weakland-Fawks Park and Trails and the communications tower on Mt. Bailey;
To help lower homeowners’ insurance premiums at many companies by maintaining our Firewise Community status through continued education and mitigation assistance;
To help residents enjoy and maintain the quality of life in Burland Ranchettes and the neighboring communities.
To contribute to Burland & the Bailey community through support of Bailey food pantries, the $5000 college scholarship to a Platte Canyon HS graduating senior; Boys & Girls Clubs; National Night Out, the Broadband Initiative, among others.
Burland Homeowners Association is a Colorado nonprofit corporation that is not a common interest community under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act.
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