Owner Meeting News

What an incredible community we live in.  Over 75% of members were represented at the association meeting on 3/28/19 to ensure that our community is prepared for the future.  This is a rare and exceptional and a part of the reason we all live in the Ski Ranches. 

After following the procedures outlined in our governing documents, the final VOTE results are in and are a YES for both the RETA and the Special Assessment for Highspeed Internet.  Here are more details:

Quorum:  77.26% of all HOA member votes were present in person or by proxy at the meeting last night; the quorum requirement of over 50% of all HOA member votes was met.  Please note, that the vote paperwork for a few HOA members was not completed properly and were thus not counted as part of the vote results.  These votes, if included, would not have changed the outcome.
RETA (2%):  65.85% of all HOA member votes voted in favor; just over 50% was needed to pass this amendment to the declaration.  The RETA will go into effect July 1, 2019.
Special Assessment for Highspeed Internet (up to $800,000):  82.91% of the quorum present in person or by proxy (#1 above) voted in favor; just over 50% of the quorum was needed to pass this special assessment.  The special assessment will be due September 1, 2019.

Again, a big thanks to everyone for actively participating in this process over the past many months .  You raised great questions and provided excellent feedback so that when it was time to vote, the proposals represented what would work for our community. 

Information Meeting Held Jan. 4, 2019


Next Regular Board Meetings

Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 4:00 pm

Usually held on the 4th Thursday of every other month although subject to change. Next meetings to be held:

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 4:00 p.m - Ray Bower's Home - 98 Ridge Road
  • Concurrent with Annual Owners Meeting TBA around July 4th - Vance Creek Open Space - time TBA
  • Thurs Aug 22, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. MDT - Location TBA
  • Thurs Oct  24, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. MDT - Location TBA
  • Before Annual Holiday Party TBA around Dec 15th - Location & Time TBA

Next Design Review Committee Meeting

Usually held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month although subject to change. Next meetings scheduled - to be confirmed based on applications received:​

  • Wed May 15, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed June 19, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed July 17, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed Aug 21, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed Sept 18, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed Oct 16, 2019 at 5 p.m. MDT
  • Wed Nov 20, 2019 at 5 p.m. MST
  • Wed Dec 18, 2019 at 5 p.m. MST

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

Summer 2019 - usually held on 4th of July weekend


2019 Budget & Road Reserve Election

Click here to download Proposed 2019 Operating Budget & Reserves Fund.

Water Quality Update as of 11/16/18

The water supply for the Ski Ranches is provided by the Town of Mountain Village (TMV).

On Wednesday 11/14/18 TSRA Facilities Mgr John Knowles was contacted by a homeowner who reported an excess of chlorine in the water supply. Apparently the chlorine levels have been above normal, but not registering high enough to require TMV to issue a warning to it's customers.

On Thursday 11/15/18 John contacted the TMV Operations Director who assured John that the water supply continues to be  safe to drink despite the elevated  chlorine levels. He reported that TMV staff were actively taking measures to lower it and would continue into the next morning if necessary.

For more information please contact John Knowles at or 970-275-3389.

Fire Pit Recommendations - adopted 12/14/17

  • NO burning permitted during Red Flag Warnings or San Miguel County fire bans.
  • Call 970-728-1911 to notify Sheriff’s department of intent to burn.
  • If possible notify neighbors of intent to burn.


  • Fire pit to be located at least 20’ from house, structures, tree canopy and property line and to have a working hose accessible.
  • Fire pit to be placed on non-combustible materials: rocks, stone, brick, gravel, bare mineral soil, NOT grass.


  • Burn wood only.
  • Utilized wire mesh cover or similar spark arresting system.
  • Have hose within reach or 5 gallon buckets of water nearby.
  • Maintain a flame height less than 2 feet.
  • Utilize proper ask disposal system: Saturate ashes with water and contain them in a metal bucket.


  • Homeowners and long term tenants willing to assume liability; Short-term renters shall NOT be permitted to burn.
  • Adult supervision required at all times.

Liability Coverage

  • Homeowners’ insurance policies to identify fire pit feature on property.
  • Policy to contain adequate protection; personal property and structure liability limits.

Click here to download Fire Pit Recommendations 2017


Community Map

Click here to download map of Telluride Ski Ranches

Click here to download most recent newsletter

Noxious Weeds Guide

Click here to download TSRA CSU EXT Noxious Weed Management Guide 2017.pdf

Survey Results

Click here to download TSRA Survey Results 2007