Final Version of the CC&Rs to Approve

Final draft of the CC&Rs to approve

Each owner of a home or townhome is requested to vote on the CC&Rs. In order to vote a ballot must be completed and returned. K&R Premier Property Management emailed a ballot created with Hello Sign to every owner to which we had an email address. Click the link in that email to sign this digitally. If we did not have an email then a paper copy was sent to the owners residence.

Sign ballot electronically

Use the search tool to find emails from K&R Premier Property and you'll find the ballot. Find the latest email from them and click the link to fill out the ballot.

Physically sign the ballot

If you cannot find the email you may open/print this PDF and sign it and email a picture of the signed ballot to

Link to signed ballot

Link to CC&Rs

Changes to CC&Rs

Several people have requested to know what the major changes are between the current CC&Rs and what we are proposing. Here is a list of changes.

  1. The townhomes can receive a reinvestment fee, paid by the purchaser, when a townhome is sold (5.19(4)).
  2. Sets guidelines for the Townhome Committee in determining dues as well as stipulations for handling the dues should the guidelines not be followed (6.1 of the Bylaws).
  3. Removing all language requiring us to pay the developer to take care of the land by the creek. (Necessary to change since the HOA now owns the land by the creek).
  4. Clearly defining the relationship of the townhomes and single unit homes.
  5. Properly aligned responsibility for townhome expenses to be covered by townhome owners.
  6. Bring the CC&Rs in line with current legislation, such as electronic communication and voting, solar regulations, reinvestment fees, etc.
  7. Reduce powers, and set regulations regarding the Board’s access to lots and residences.
  8. Allow for owning chickens according to current Lehi City guidelines.
  9. Allow vehicle maintenance in the driveway if not left overnight.
  10. Require owner approval for capital improvement expenses over $10,000
  11. Cohesive language throughout instead of the copy and paste from other CC&R documents.


March 2018 HOA Board Meeting

Spring Creek HOA meeting 3/6/2018

Location: Harmons conference room, Lehi, Utah
  1. Open the meeting 1903
  2. Members in attendance: Jack, Kyler, Tom, Kenny, Frank, Brad 1903
  3. Review financials and budget 1904-1910
  4. Open forum for all in attendance 1910-1915
    1. Graffiti discussion
      1. The old graffiti is on a jointly owned section of wall
      2. Once it warms up the HOA will take care of our section of wall
  5. Follow up on action items 1915-2030
    1. CC&R progress update 
      1. Discussion regarding reinvestment fee wording in Section 5.1 - the wording in most recent has been changed to reintegrate the allowance for townhomes to have a different amount for the fee. Discussion followed about how increases would affect how much of each fee would go to each party, and also how the fees would be spent.
        1. Action item - Have attorney update CC&Rs - we will limit the possible changes for reinvestment fees so that it can only change once a year and come into effect January 1st.
      2. Discussion regarding whether or not we should be putting reinvestment fees entirely into the reserve before being spent elsewhere.
        1. Motion for vote - who is ok with the wording in the CC&Rs as they stand
          1. Brad, Kyler, Tom for the motion
          2. Jack and Frank against
    2. CEC items discussion 2030-2037
      1. Easter egg hunt at 9 AM instead of 10 AM 
    3. Landscape 2037-2044
      1. Progress with the creek and follow up for debris removal for sections already cleaned
        1. Need to pay landscaper (Nick) additional amount to remove branch piles to the dump. Action item - get a quote for removing these piles
      2. Landscaper couldn't go into the water and so some debris is still remaining in the creek. Beaver dams have been removed down to the final bridge.
      3. Progress with removing dangerous trees and limbs
        1. Piles of debris and wood chippings still remain. 
        2. For wood chippings we can open it up to community
      4. Action item - reach out to the local Stake and Wards in order to see if we can get a service project together for clearing out the creek. 
      5. Motion to purchase waders for clearing creek, not to exceed $150 maximum
        1. All in favor - motion passed
    4. Discussion of how to approach homeowners about throwing weeds and grass clippings over their back fence or down the creek bank – verify we took actions required
    5. Bids for area north of Grey Goose Pavilion
      1. Review of concrete work estimation
        1. We will wait and do all the work on this area at one time
        2. Putting playground with swings in place for smaller kids - insurance would increase by $500 - this discussion will be later.
    6. Discussion about motion detecting lights
      1. Some of the locations have power and some could be solar 
        1. Initial placement could be Grey Goose Pavilion and Skylark Park.
      2. Possible placement along some of the streets - these would mostly be concrete mounted upright posts with solar panels.
    7. Need to consider trimming some of the trees along the trails.
  6. Discussion for a bike pump track 2110- 2125
    1. This would be an all-dirt track with ramps for bikes - it would be a better area for older kids to use. None in favor of proceeding.
  7. Architectural concerns
  8. Any other questions/concerns 
  9. Verify next meeting schedule - April 3rd 2018 at the Harmons in Traverse Mountain
  10. Executive session 2230
  11. Minutes approved 2230
  12. Meeting adjourned 2235

February 2018 HOA Board Meeting

February 2018 HOA Board Meeting
  1. Open Meeting 1901
  2. Members present Brad Smith, President, Jack Buckley, VP, Tom Butler, Landscaping, Frank Evans, Architecture, Kyler Stitt, Secretary (1902-1904)
  3. Attendance taken (1904)
  4. Financials reviewed and income/expense (1904-1907)
  5. Reinvestment fee discussion, to be discussed again once we have new CC&Rs reviewed. Continued discussion of how we would put the reserve money into a higher return account. Possible concerns around putting non-profit status at risk. (1907-1912)
    1. Reach out to the CPA about some of the risks concerning this
  6. Open Forum (1912-1918)
    1. Putting a gate on the common fence in backyard - fence belongs to HOA - will communicate with Architecture Committee using the website
  7. CC&R Progress Update (1918-1925)
    1. Question about ending of voting period - wording of the email sent out saying the date by which the ballots must be returned versus what the attorney presented
      1. Action item to speak with the attorney to make sure we understand if we need to restart the vote
  8. CEC Items - planning has moved forward for the entire year. All the activities are within the budget allocated by the HOA. All items up on website and reviewed for accuracy. (1925-1930)
    1. Youth Activity - Tentatively May 31st - Change the location on website to Spider Web Park
  9. Landscape (1935-1955)
    1. Discussion about creek progress - we are clearing out a lot of trash that's in the creek bed. Some digging occurring around the first house
    2. Reading a letter sent in by homeowner. Concerns around clearing the creek. Do we have proper permits for disturbing the water, especially when taking into account water rights for the creek. Discussion moved to executive session.
    3. Discussion about volunteering Requests
      1. Best thing is for volunteers like scouts to remove is debris
    4. Discussion about trees and limbs falling down, specifically concerning Crack Willows
      1. Action Item to get an estimate of removing most dangerous trees or limbs
    5. Discussion about warnings not to throw weeds or grass clippings over the fence
      1. Action Item to continue putting this in the newsletter
      2. Action Item to specifically target the homeowner along creek
    6. Bids for area north of Grey Goose Pavilion - we have a couple of bids in place but no decision yet. Still waiting on estimation for the concrete work. Discussion about attaching motion detect lights. 
      1. Possibly put area in place for little kids playground (swing sets). Overall cost could be less including insurance vs a larger park.
      2. Action Item - this will be pushed to next HOA meeting
  10. Architectural Concerns (1955-2003)
    1. Graffiti - homeowner is aware. 
      1. Action Item - If it's gang related the city can be removed free of charge - check with city
  11. Final discussions with members coming late (2003-2100)
    1. Discussion about what changes are made to how townhomes' fees can be assessed
    2. Possible discussion about changing how fees can be decided - specifically when the HOA board can enforce fees being raised
    3. Discussion on why some members felt HOA should be split
    4. Specific points that townhome owners would like changed
      1. Section 6.1 discussion - increasing the criteria for when the board can take action
      2. Charging a reinvestment fee specifically for the townhomes
    5. High fees are a major concern for townhome members
    6. Discussion about the requirements for splitting the HOA 
  12. Next meeting in March 6th - 7 PM (1900) at Harmon's in Traverse Mountain
  13. Executive Session (2105-2208)
  14. Meeting minutes approved (2208)
  15. Meeting adjourned (2209)

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