About Our HOA
The Pinery 8b HOA is a non-profit, covenant-controlled community. Originally founded in 1985, for the purpose of maintenance, preservation, and architectural control of the properties.
Annual HOA dues are collected January 1st of each year. Payment should be sent to Pinery 8b HOA at Colorado Dream Properties, 12900 E. Stroh Ranch Pl. Suite 125, Parker, CO 80134.
Beginning January 1, 2023, our HOA dues are $181.00 per year. The Pinery 8b HOA also offers a voluntary trash and recycling program to our residents at a significant savings. See the Trash Program page for more information about the trash program cost and enrollment.
The Pinery 8b HOA is managed by Colorado Dream Properties and overseen by five Board Members. Board members are Pinery 8b HOA homeowners and are uncompensated volunteers elected by the HOA membership to serve three-year terms.
Board of Directors & ACC
At Large Member
Note: You must submit a Project Approval Request form for projects. Do not simply email the ACC a description of your project. See Homeowner Projects.
Annual Meetings are normally held in September of each year. Board and ACC meetings are held on a regular basis, usually at our HOA business office located at 12900 E. Stroh Ranch Pl. Suite 125, Parker, CO. All Pinery 8b HOA homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend any of these meetings and to become involved. Specific times and dates of these meetings can be found by calling our HOA manager at (303) 841-0800. Since seating space can sometimes be an issue, please contact our HOA manager in advance to ensure adequate accommodations.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our Board and Committees found it necessary to meet virtually via ZOOM, rather than in person. Email invitations for virtual meetings will be sent to each homeowner announcing the dates and times of the meetings and instructions on how to log in to the meeting will emailed to all homeowners at the email address provided by the homeowner.
All Pinery 8b homeowners are invited to attend the Annual Board meetings.
Help make our community an even better place to live by volunteering. Communication, Understanding and Cooperation. These are all crucial elements to a successful HOA. Please let us know your suggestions and hopefully your willingness to participate on the Board, ACC or other committees. Contact a board member to volunteer or share your ideas. For general questions or comments, email the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always looking for ways to improve our HOA!