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Welcome to
East Quincy Highlands II
Homeowners Association

COMMUNITY UPDATES

YOUR HOA DUES 

Effective April 1, 2023 the HOA dues are $160 per quarter due on 1st January, 1st April, 1st July, and 1st October each year.

If you have Autopay set up, update the amount due to $160 per quarter. Click here for more details.

THE HOA ONLINE PAYMENT PORTAL IS BILL

The HOA online payment system BILL is now available. The payment portal offers several benefits to our residents:

  • Access up-to-date account balances

  • Access & download invoices

  • Set up Autopay and never be late for a payment

  • Go paperless - Invoices can be emailed to you 

  • Set up reminder emails - never forget an upcoming due date

  • Lower fees - just $0.49 for an ACH transaction - that's cheaper than the cost of a stamp!

Don't have a BILL account? Email us at info@ccrider.us and include your property address to get you started.

Please do not use the Zego/Paylease portal after January 31, 2022. If you were using the Autopay feature via Zego/Paylease, it has been canceled. 

The HOA does NOT mail paper invoices for quarterly HOA dues. Due dates are noted on the website. See the Payments page for details.

 

Paying via Check or BillPay? Consider going paperless by signing up to receive invoices via email.

If you are paying your HOA dues by Check, or using BillPay through your own bank, we strongly encourage you to create an account with BILL to start receiving your invoices via email. You can still submit your payment via check or BillPay, with the added features of viewing current and past invoices, current balances, etc.

 

Your 2024 1st quarter East Quincy Highlands II HOA payment of $160 was due on January 1st, 2024! 

If you have already made your payment, thank you!

If you need to make a payment, you can:

  • Use the Bill payment portal - email us if you need help setting it up!

  • Use BillPay through your own bank

  • Mail in your payment check 

EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS

Thinking of making making improvements to your yard or fence, painting the house, or getting a new roof? As a reminder, all property improvements must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee if any part of the project will be visible from the streets, sidewalks, or by a neighbor. Visit the Architectural Control page for more details.

MAINTAINING YOUR YARD/LANDSCAPING

Landscaping of each home must be maintained in a clean and attractive condition and in good repair. All landscaping must be regularly maintained in a neat and trim manner. Dead or dying plants and weeds should be removed. Please water, mow, edge and trim your yard regularly and trim or prune your bushes and trees. Thank you!

SNOW REMOVAL

Remember to clear the snow from your sidewalks!

As a resident or property owner, it is your responsibility to keep city sidewalks adjacent to your property free and clear of snow and ice, even though the sidewalks may be behind or outside the rear and side fences and adjacent to any street. Snow and ice must be removed within 24 hours after a snowfall ends, and 48 hours after a snow emergency is declared by the city.

CO HB 23-1105 Notice Posting

The Homeowners’ Association Task Force has been created by HB23-1105 with its members to be appointed by August 1, 2023. The purpose of the task force is to examine issues confronting HOA homeowners’ rights, including an HOA’s fining authority and practices, foreclosure practice, and communications with HOA homeowners regarding association processes and homeowner rights and responsibilities. If you have questions about the task force, please contact the HOA Information Office and Resource Center, which is a program of the Division of Real Estate. You may find more information about this program, including contact information, at the HOA Center of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

The task force will hold its first meeting after its members have been designated and appointed. 

In addition to the HOA task force, there is a metro district homeowners’ rights task force that will be reviewing similar matters for metro districts, including the processes for tax levying and processes for metro districts who transition from a metro district that enforces covenants and collects assessments into a common interest community. 

Metro district task force members will be designated or appointed by November 1, 2023 with its first meeting to follow as soon as practicable after that date.

As with HOAs, a metro district is required to notify its residents about the task force prior to the task force holdings its first meeting.

Road repairs - October update

Denver Gazette & CBS News Highlight Progress Being Made in the Build Up Aurora Neighborhood Street Rehabilitation Program

The Denver Gazette and CBS News recently highlighted the rapid progress being made to improve the condition of streets in 35 neighborhoods through the Build Up Aurora program in these stories:

Denver Gazette: 

Aurora project to fix neighborhood roads makes progress, draws praise 

CBS News/Channel 4: https://www.cbsnews.com/colorado/news/aurora-improvements-neighborhood-streets/

The Build Up Aurora program is a long-term effort to care for what we have and provide for what we need related to the city's infrastructure. To see what neighborhoods are now complete, in progress or still pending, visit the project tracker on the Build Up Aurora webpage.

The work will continue through the warmer weather months this year and then finish up in the spring and summer of 2024, as needed. The goal of this effort is to bring Aurora's overall street network back to good condition using an innovative, City Council-approved funding solution—without raising taxes. 

Additional residential street maintenance citywide is planned annually as part of the city’s five-year street maintenance plan. 

To stay up to date on the Build Up Aurora program, visit EngageAurora.org/BuildUpAurora.

 

Road repairs - July 2023 update

Neighborhood street rehabilitation work making great progress this summer.

Rapid progress is happening to improve the condition of streets in 35 neighborhoods through the Build Up Aurora program, a long-term effort to care for what we have and provide for what we need related to the city's infrastructure.

To see what neighborhoods are now complete, in progress or still pending, visit the project tracker on the Build Up Aurora webpage.

The work will continue through the warmer weather months this year and then finish up in the spring and summer of 2024 as needed. The goal of this effort is to bring Aurora's overall street network back to good condition using an innovative, City Council-approved funding solution—without raising taxes. 

Additional residential street maintenance citywide is planned annually as part of the city’s five-year street maintenance plan. 

June 2023 update:

In the coming months, the City of Aurora will begin delivering on promises to address a top priority of our residents—transportation and roadways—by improving the condition of Aurora’s residential streets.

Over the next two years, rehabilitation roadwork is planned in 35 neighborhoods with the greatest need for improvement, including the East Quincy Highlands II neighborhood. The initial phase of projects will be focused on concrete repair, followed by paving work. Individual projects will be prioritized based on the severity of street conditions.

The East Quincy Highlands project is tentatively scheduled for June 5 to June 28 (subject to change). The project is an overlay roadway rehabilitation project. The total centerline length for this project is 4.6 miles. Once complete, it will raise the pavement condition index 43 points to an overall score of 94.

Impacted residents will receive direct notifications from the contractor two weeks prior to start time. 

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Join the Board

There is still an open position on the Board of Directors. The Board meets every other month or on a quarterly basis. They oversee covenants, neighborhood improvements and various other projects. Board meetings will be posted on the website with information for how to join online. If you are interested in being part of this integral part of our community, please contact us at lreese@ccrider.us

Join the Architectural Control Committee

We have an Open ACC Review Position. Contact us for more details.

Has your contact information changed? Let us know!

East Quincy Highlands II HOA is dedicated to ensuring the beauty, safety, and stability of the area while promoting neighborliness and pride among the residents, and forming a base for representation in matters affecting the community. 

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