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Welcome to the Cottonwood Springs Homeowner's Association website - the place for the most current and complete information about our neighborhood.  Members, once logged in - be sure to check the Upcoming Events and Recent News sections to stay informed.  Not a member but live in the community, please register for access.  Feel free to Contact Us with your comments and suggestions.
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AUGUST ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting is scheduled for Tuesday August 10th at 7 PM
Please Join us in the park for this event.
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Boats and RV's in Driveways
 Please adhere to CCR 3.5.6 , there has been some recent complaints of Boats and RV's stored in driveways. These should be stored in a garage or behind a privacy fence and not visible from the street. Thanks for your cooperation.
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Swale Maintenance 
Please keep the gravel section of your swale free of weeds and debris. This is to allow water runoff from the roadway and maintains the appeal of the neighborhood.
refer to http://www.cottonwoodspringshoa.com/editor_upload/File/swale%20info.pdf for more information.
 
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Board Announcements

IRRIGATION WATER
On or about April 15th the irrigation water will be turned on for Spring 2021. 
 
PARK RESERVATIONS
You can reserve the park pavilion by going to the Reservations" tab on the website.  It is a great place for picnics, a dinner for a sports team event or just to have a place for your family to hang out. 
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TEENS WANTING WORK
Teens who are looking to do some summer work can list their wants on the website under the "Teen Services" tab. 
 
Have you forgotten your password?  Contact the HOA through the website and we will tell you how to reset your password.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
ANNUAL MEETING 2021
Tuesday, August 10th, 7 PM at In the park
1. Elections for new board members
2. Cascade Natural Gas will be a guest speaker. Cottonwood Springs is on the proposed expansion area. If there is enough interest from residents, meters could be put in and lines installed to the house at no cost to residents. This will allow alternative heating solutions other than heat pumps. Also if residents have propane tanks they can be replaced with natural gas lines to the house. This will save money on the higher cost of propane and tank rentals. 
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