Rose Creek Crossing

Rose Creek Crossing

Monday, September 19, 2016

2016 HOA Annual Meeting

The Rose Creek Crossing Annual HOA Meeting will be held on Tuesday 10/11/2016 at 7:00 PM at the clubhouse. We would love to see all owners at the meeting.
We will be discussing:
  • Community Finances
  • Rising Utility / Water Costs and a planned $10 per month fee increase for the Town Home units for 2017
  • Community Rules and Regs
  • Community Projects
  • Electing 3 New Board Members (we need at least TWO from the Town Homes)
More info will be sent out as the meeting date draws closer.
If you have an interest in serving on the HOA Board, email us a
Rose Creek Crossing HOA

Thursday, July 23, 2015

July Newsletter and 2015 Budget Update

July Newsletter

2015 Budget

HOA Annual Meeting

The HOA annual meeting will be Tuesday, August 18, 7 pm to 9 pm at the club house. The following items are scheduled for discussion (subject to change).
  • State of the HOA address
  • Pool/clubhouse usage
  • Yard maintenance standards for
  • Single Family Homes (SFH)
  • HOA financial reports/budgets
  • Insurance coverage
  • Reserve study/fees
  • Question & answer period
  • Town home parking regulations and traffic calming solutions
  • Neighborhood watch
  • Community party
  • CC&R amendment

Community Party

The community HOA party is scheduled for Saturday, August 15, from 12pm to 4pm at the detention basin. We hope everyone can make it!
  • Pizza and drinks
  • bounce house
  • other items for the kids!

Monday, April 27, 2015

Early Pool Opening - May 9th

The swimming pool will open 2 weeks early on May 9th.

The fees to do this will cost approximately $1400 or less that will come from the Master Association Reserve. There was some confusion on where the money came from to pay for the pool opening early.

Snow removal funds come from the Townhome HOA reserve fund. As you may recall, last year the funds were split into two separate accounts, a Master Association Fund and Townhome reserve fund. The Townhome reserve fund only covers items in the townhomes.

The Master Association fund covers the pool, clubhouse, and entry areas into the RCC neighborhoods. All HOA members, homes and townhomes, pay $17 a month into this fund. This fund is what is used to pay for the pool and clubhouse. NO money is being taken from the townhome reserve fund to cover the pool expenses. Thus no snow removal money is being used for the pool opening or the pool in general.