- Repairing of the street lights in Division I is on schedule, all repairs should be finished by the end of the year
- Board Meeting Minutes are available on the Minutes Page
- The Bridgewood HOA Spring Letter is still available online
- The Bridgewood HOA 2017 Annual Meeting and 2018 Budget Ratification Meeting will be held on December 4 at the Harbor Covenant Church.
Annual Agenda and Notice 2017 2017 Proxy Ballot 2018 Proposed Budget Full Meeting Package (has all the individual documents)
- Due to low attendance/proxy submission in 2016, we did not have the required quorum to hold a business meeting. It was informational only.
- Please come to the meeting this year so we can accomplish the business of the community.
- Topics for this year include:
- Fence repairs for 2018
- Street light repair/replacement for 2018
- Political signs and time limits
- Drainage system cleaning
- Election of one Director for a 3-year term
- Review of 2018 HOA Budget
- 2017 Income and Expense Report
- Work will soon begin on 750 feet of our perimeter fence; estimated start date is still pending due to underbrush clearing- for 2017, the section along 38th Street will be addressed; the section along Jahn Avenue was addressed in 2016
- The proposed budget went into effect on 01 January 2018.
- There is no dues increase for 2018
- Limited fence repairs will again occur during 2018 (as noted above)
- Dog Issues - FYI
- The board receives about 1 dog complaint a year – whether it be barking, biting or chasing. Unless HOA Solutions (our management company) has a specific log with dates, times and duration of barking, it is difficult to follow up and enforce. There are no specific rules against dogs barking. A continuously barking dog would likely fall under the “nuisance” category but is open to interpretation.
- The board has found it more effective when the homeowner who is not happy with the barking dog calls animal welfare to complain. The dept. will come out to educate the owner.
- The last time Animal Welfare visited Bridgewood (last year), they educated the owner for more than an hour. Based on the education, the dog stopped barking. The fear of losing the dog strongly encourages the homeowner to pay more attention, because that could be the potential outcome if Animal Welfare shows up more than once.
- Animal welfare will also ask you keep a log of the barking before they will investigate
The Bridgewood Estates Homeowners
Association was established to preserve the beauty,
integrity, and safety of the community for the mutual
benefit of all homeowners.
Homeowner - Please update your information by
Architectural Change/Approval Form (Updated 05/2016)
Roofing Material Guidelines
ACH Direct Debit Authorization Form