TELLURIDE SKI RANCHES ASSN
Next Regular Board Meetings
To be held at:
San Miguel County Meeting Room 2nd Fl.
Miramonte Bldg. 333 W. Colorado Ave., Telluride, CO 81435
If you have any questions about an upcoming meeting please contact Administrative Assistant Lynette Foley at HOA@SkiRanches.com
Next Design Review Committee Meeting
Usually held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month although subject to change. Next meeting to be held:
To be held at:
TREC Mountain Village Meeting Room
567 Mountain Village Boulevard, Suite 106 A, Mountain Village
Office located ground level at the Franz Klammer ‘breezeway’
If you have any questions about the next meeting or regarding submitting an application please contact DRC Coordinator Kurt Shugars for more information at 970-708-5212.
Next Annual Owners Meeting
Fox Farm One Lane starting Friday Oct 5th
Last winter Spruce Lane residents lost power to their home. San Miguel Power Authority set up a temporary line then and is now prepared to start a new line across Fox Farm Road to the Thatcher home.
The new line installation will start this Friday, Oct. 5th and go into the next week (no completion date has been determined at this time). One lane of Fox Farm will remain open, so there may be delays, but not closure of the road.
Ensure that your family & pets are ready to go in case of a fire evacuation
Wildfire Risk Assessments have arrived
Enter the code from the letter from the West Region Wildfire Council at http://www.cowildfire.org/myhome/ for the risk assessment for your Ski Ranches property.
Mandatory Fire Restrictions
Unincorporated San Miguel County lifted all fire restrictions 9/5/18.
Mandatory Water Restrictions Continue
Yellow Brick Road (YBR) Trail Update as of 3/10/18
YBR Operations Manager, Bill White met John Knowles, TSRA Facilities Manager, onsite to review current details affecting the Waterline Trail. At the location where the Trail passes under the YBR driveway, a serious ice problem has been growing. Within the next 2 weeks they plan to mitigate the ice under the bridge where the Trail crosses. The project will take less than a week, once initiated. There could be minimal delays, but the Trail will not be closed during this process, as ‘spotters’ will be placed to insure safety for all. FYI, there has been regular use of this trail by the public with no problems.
When asked about Final ‘turning over’ of the Trail to the Ski Ranches, unknowns still loom… timing of putting the rock facing on the downhill driveway wall, landscaping/contouring/reinforcement of the banks and removal of chips on the walking path to be replaced with a new trail type gravel surface. The Final ‘turning over’ process would trigger setting up the permanent signage at 3 specific locations. Until then, they may move back and forth between Old & New Waterline Trail routes.
2018 Operating Budget & Road Reserve Fund Update
Unfortunately a quorum was not achieved in the recent election held in November so the 2016 amounts, as the last approved vote that fulfilled quorum requirement, will continue to prevail. Dues will approximately the same and only be adjusted according to updated property values from San Miguel County Assessors office.
See Budget page - link on upper left - for more info.
Fire Pit Recommendations - adopted 12/14/17
Click here to download Fire Pit Recommendations 2017
Noxious Weeds Guide