NEW COMMUNITY RULES:
SMOKING RULE CLARIFICATION:
The notice of rule regarding smoking.
Utah Department of Health Smoke Free Housing Issue.
We will make a case by case basis to see if the fence that the homeowners wish to install will fit in with the general atmosphere of our HOA. Please contact Kristi Spencer with her email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 801-725-2021 for more information.
Satellite dishes must be removed from the stucco and installed on the roof by a licensed installer. Please see the attached for the correct installation and incorrect installation and the rules regarding satellite dishes. Also, you are required to fill out an application for satellite installation. If you don't have a dish, please fill out the application and state you don't have a dish on your property. Failure to submit an application may result in fines. We are requesting the dishes to be moved to the roof because beginning this summer we will be refinishing the stucco on the exterior of the buildings. The dishes have to come off to redo the stucco.
We completed ten more buildings this summer. Thank you for your patience. We will continue to do 8-10 buildings each summer until they have been refinished. Please see Budget and Community Info page for a map.
The light bulbs on the garages are scheduled to be replaced monthly, if needed. Please let Kristi know if any need to be replaced.
New Rule January 27, 2014 - click here for information. Owners are responsible for their pets and pet droppings. If the area around your home contains excessive feces, you will be given a violation notice and will be fined. If your lawn needs to be replaced, you will be held responsible for that cost. Also, pets are not to be chained or leashed to a stake or tree. You must be with your pet at all times and the pet must be leashed.
There are one to two spaces out of the existing parking areas designated as overflow parking. This is a first come first serve basis at no cost to owners. This is for owners who have more than 2 cars per household. If the overflow parking is full, do not use visitor parking. You may be fined and/or towed if you do. See map for designated overflow parking.
All visitors are allowed a maximum of 72 hours in the visitor parking. If there is a special circumstance where your visitor requires additional time, please contact the Board or Managing Agent so that arrangements can be made.
It is prohibited by the Brier Ridge HOA for anyone to park or block a street or someone’s garage or driveway. You cannot park in front of your garage because it will block the road or someone’s garage or driveway. If you park in the road, you will have your vehicle towed without further warning. Please email email@example.com or call 385-238-0370 with the license plate and model of any vehicle that appears abandoned or is parking illegally. Call Brett's Towing at 801-621-0017 if your vehicle has been towed.
It cannot be emphasized enough that you know what the HOA insurance covers and what you, the homeowner, must cover. The HOA carries the Master Policy which covers the inside and outside of your home. However, you are responsible for the HOA deductible of $5,000. You are also responsible for your personal property, such as couches, TV’s etc. Please contact your insurance agent and discuss this with them.
A simple explanation is that large claims are covered by the HOA policy and small claims are covered by the homeowner’s policy. This is a “NO FAULT” insurance coverage so if a neighbor’s pipes break and flood your home, you are responsible for repairs up to $5,000. If you have insurance that covers the $5,000, you will only have to pay your personal deductible. We suggest you make that deductible as low as possible ($250). So if your home floods, you pay $250 and your insurance pays up to $5,000. Once the $5,000 has been paid by your insurance, the HOA insurance covers claims over $5,000.
When a claim occurs, you are responsible to contact your insurance agent and a contractor to get a bid for the repairs. We recommend that you talk to your insurance agent and make sure your insurance policy covers your personal property, the $5,000 deductible for the HOA’s insurance policy, sewer backup rider, and a loss assessment rider. Please contact one of the Board members or Kristi Spencer if there is a problem that would be covered by insurance and let them know what is going on. We can coordinate with you, the insurance companies and the contractor to get the problem resolved.
If you have any questions regarding the HOA's insurance policy, please contact Platinum Insurance, Parker Reed, phone number: (801) 528-6557 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIER RIDGE HOMEOWNERS'
2017 Annual Meeting will be held Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pleasant Valley Library, 5568 Adams Avenue. Everyone is invited.
To be part of Brier Ridge you have to follow some rules. Please be aware that rules can change from time to time. But we will keep them updated on this website
Please remember to lock your house and car doors. Also, please let Kristi know if any lights are out at the garages.
Email Kristi at email@example.com
The HOA passed the Insurance Amendment on May 31, 2017. The new insurance goes into effect September 1, 2017. Because the HOA is now carrying insurance for your condo, the HOA dues will increase $10 on September 1st as well.
IMPORTANT INSURANCE INFORMATION BELOW
To pay by check make check payable to:
Brier Ridge HOA
PO Box 150312
Ogden, Utah 84415
CURRENT NOTICES & PLANNED MAINTENANCE: