Homeowners, After reviewing the association’s available cash on hand for 2021 and the increasing costs of services for the community, the Board of Directors deems it necessary to increase the ongoing monthly assessment by $10.00. As the Board of Directors, we are committed to maintaining your investment and keeping Pheasant Ridge a wonderful place to
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The HOA Board Members have made the decision to mail all homeowners a copy of the Profit & Loss statement for 2020 and the budget for 2021. This decision was based on the current issue of COVID-19. We strongly feel that it would not be in everybody’s best interest to gather in a confined area.
We would like to congratulate our two new board members, Dave and Ramonda! Dave was elected for three years, Ramonda was elected for one year. Thank you to Scott who will continue to serve on the board. Special thanks to Steve for over 10 years of volunteer service. Please see the attached documents for a
The annual meeting for Pheasant Ridge HOA will be held on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 at 5:00 PM at Idaho Central Credit Union Administrative Office at 4400 Central Way, Chubbuck ID, 83202. We will discuss the past and current state of the HOA as well as financial and maintenance items. Please see the attached notice
It is that time again for the annual meeting! We would like to invite you to join us on Thursday, March 15th at 5:30pm. It will be held at the ICCU Administrative Office (4400 Central Way, Chubbuck, ID 83202). We will be discussing the past, present, and future financial and maintenance items. We will also
After over six years at the same monthly assessment, it is necessary to increase the month assessment to cover the ever increasing costs of maintaining the association. These increased costs relate to the heavy winter and snow removal expenses we just had, unexpected repair of all the roof vents and sewer jacks last fall, and
Congratulations to Steve for being re-elected for another 3 year term on the board for Pheasant Ridge! We reviewed the 2016 Profit & Loss as well as looked at our Projected 2017 Budget. Snow removal was a much larger expense than expected this year and last fall we were able to replace all the roof vents