|Click here SEPTEMBER 2020 Stagestop Gazette|
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2020 Upcoming Events
Time / Details
|SATURDAY, Oct. 10th - 2nd Saturday of the month||Monthly Board Meeting||Stagestop Firehouse||
9:30 - 11:00 am
PLEASE BRING / WEAR A MASK. We'll spread out on the new drive for social distancing purposes.
Come meet your neighbors and get acquainted with what is going on in your Stagestop community.
|The agenda can be found here once it is posted.|
USE OF THE INDIAN MOUNTAIN BURN PIT FOR 2020: The Indian Mountain Metropolitan District (IMMD) has decided in May 2020 for the 2nd year in a row, the burn pit can only be used by Indian Mountain property owners. There will be no usage available for Stagestop owners.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE: To reach the ACC with convenant concerns or questions email StagestopACC@gmail.com. According to the Stagestop Covenants, any construction or alterations to existing structures or property must be pre-approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC members and associated forms can be found under the left side panel for Architectural Control Committee
REMINDER: ALL Campers, 5th wheels, Pop-ups and Motor homes must be REMOVED from YOUR property by September 30 unless there is a residence on the property
Per the covenants (Campers 3a.) All Campers, 5th wheels, Pop-ups, Motor homes, where permitted by county zoning, must be of temporary, licensed, transportable and in good working condition and must comply with county regulations with regard to sewage and gray water. Campers, 5th wheels, Pop-ups and Motor homes may be placed on the property May 1 but must be REMOVED from the property by September 30 unless the property owner has a residence (as defined by having a Certificate of Occupancy from Park County) on the property. The property owner may keep only one of the following: (1) camper, or (1) Pop-up, or (1) 5th wheel, or (1) Motor home that is temporary, licensed, transportable and in good working condition on the property. SOA has the right to remove any Camper, Pop-up, 5th wheel or Motor home that is in violation at the lot owner’s expense.
EXCEPTION: (Passed by SOA Board Nov 2016) If the Property Owner Has an Active Park County Building Permit The property owner may keep only one of the following : (1) camper, or (1) Pop-up, or (1) 5th wheel, or (1) Motor home that is temporary, licensed, transportable and in good working condition on the property. A copy of the current / active building permit will need to be sent to the Architectural Control Committee. You can send via email to StagestopACC@gmail.com.
PARK COUNTY NEW LAND USE REGULATIONS (LUR): Park County’s new LURs WENT into effect on May 25, 2016. Please be aware that some of the LURs may have tighter restrictions that our covenants / by-laws. Section I thru Section VIII of the LURs can be found at http://parkco.us/189/Land-Use-Regulations.
2019 Indian Mountain Burn Pit Status: IMMD Board Meeting decision that for 2019 the burn pit is only available for Indian Mountain property owners. For Stagestop Owners the burn Pit will NOT be available in 2019. For more details: indianmountain.info/BurnPitVol.html / email@example.com.
Stagestop is a Covenant Controlled Community: Please remember that Stagestop is a Covenant Controlled Community. If you did not receive a copy of the Covenants and Bylaws you can access them directly from the website under the left side panel, Covenants & Bylaws / MOU.
Per the covenants of the SOA, any construction or alterations to existing structures or property must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC board members and the associated documents can be found under the left side panel, Architectural Control Committee.
Well Ownership Changes: Anyone who has acquired a home or land in Stagestop which has an existing well should register the transfer of well ownership with the Colorado Division of Water Resources. A Form is available on their website. The Form Id is GWS-11, Change in Ownership. It's in section V, Well Permitting, General.
OHV/ATV Warning From The Sherriff's Office: The Sheriff's office spends a lot of time chasing down reports of OHVs (ATVs, unlicensed motorcycles, and 4 wheelers) on the county roads. It is illegal, regardless of age of the operator, for OHV/ATVs to be operated on publicly maintained roads , including publicly maintained subdivision roads which includes Stagestop roads. It is also illegal for any unlicensed person under the age of 16 to operate an OHV on any public property including US Forest Service. All OHVs must be trailered or hauled to all locations for operation.