The Valley at Winter Park

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

Property Management

We are pleased to announce BVM, LLC as our community’s property management company! Open M-F from 9a-5p.

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Online Portal

View owner ledger, make payments, submit designs, and view documents  including past meeting minutes. Contact us for more details!

Open Portal

Our Next Meeting

Join us for our Board meeting.

September 19th, 2020 at 09:00AM (MST)

Send an e-mail to owners@bvmllc.com to RSVP, or click below!

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Documents & Notes

Declarations and Bylaws

Download the Declarations and Bylaws of Valley at Winter Park here. (May not work on all mobile devices)

Online Portal

All other Policies, Covenants, Disclosures, Financial and Meeting Minutes are located in Appfolio, a secure online database. Create an account or login here.

Water District

Download our Water District Rules & Regulations in a PDF file here.

Open Space Plan

Over one-third of our land is open space. We've teamed up with Geoff Elliot (Environmental Engineer at Grand Environmental Services, Grand Lake CO), to understand the comprehensive, sustainable long-term vision to help preserve and improve the area. Download PDF here.

Winter Park Annual Homeowners Meeting
Building in the Valley at Winter Park

Building Guidelines

The Valley at Winter Park is a truly special place, and we want its natural essence to remain after all of our construction endeavors have been completed. Its beauty can endure, but only if we all approach the development of these properties with care and proper stewardship of natures gifts to us.

Therefore, our primary objective shall be sensitivity to the natural environment. This objective is best realized when each home is custom designed for its own specific setting, to enhance and accommodate its sites natural features, without destroying or imposing itself upon them in the process In response to our ‘vision’ for The Valley at Winter Park, we prepared our Architectural Design and Review Guidelines as an informational resource for each owner and his or her design professional.

Before building, owners must request two forms: Appendix E – Design Application and Appendix G – Request for Modification or Variance forms directly from the ADRC to complete for submission.

Please contact Bill Hickenlooper, ADRC Chair at billhickenlooper@gmail.com

The ADRC forms are required to be filled out by all residents. 

Thank you!

Download ADRC Guidelines
Learn More

Wildfire Facts

More Coloradans than ever live in an area that is at high risk for wildfire. Here is a few facts that we hope will inform our residents about their safety.

21,500 Acres

Total loss from 3 major fires in Grand County, since 2018.

$100,000 Dollars

Total cost of Beetle Kill Removal in 2005-2008. The cost far outpaces the cost of prevention.

15,000+ Residents

Since the 90's, Grand County has nearly doubled.

1 Mile

The YMCA fire was only 1 mile from our community.

Preventative Landscaping Tip

Removing Damaged Trees

Lodge Pole Pines “Q Tips” are trees that are over 100 years old and only have needles at the top 10% of the tree. When they are this old, they tend to blow down, and pose a risk for wildfires. See our thinning guide and tree removal services below to determine what maintenance may be required in the trees in your area.

Open "Guide To Thinning" PDFOpen "Tree Removal Services" PDF
Firewise & Code RED Programs

Our Partners in Safety

NFPA’s Firewise USA® program teaches people how to adapt to living with wildfire and encourages neighbors to work together and take action now to prevent losses.

The Valley at Winter Park has been a Firewise Community since 2013, and is considered high risk due to the pine beetle epidemic, and the condition of some of the lodge pole pines in the area.

Sign up with the Grand County Wildfire Council to get updates on upcoming events and activities such as Chipping Days, Cost-Sharing and more. Click here to see all the resources.

The Grand County Office of Emergency Management has instituted the CodeRED® Emergency Notification System. This system allows ultra high speed cellular phone or text messaging to inform registered users during an emergency or disaster affecting Grand County.

Firewise Communities

How To Get Involved

To meet the requirement for acceptance, the HOA must have a yearly community education on the principles of fire mitigation (usually at Annual Meeting) and invest a minimum of $2.00 per capita annually in local Firewise project. Additional information on landscapting, general building, and clearing lots are found in our ADRC Guidelines.

Lot Maintenance

Individuals and HOAs can take personal responsibility to reduce/remove dead trees and fuel that can add to the severity of a wildfire.

Open Lot Policy

Action Plan

An assessment of specific HOA risks and a plan for mitigation is required and must be renewed periodically (every 5 years).

Open Action Plan

Volunteering

Hourly work sheets for individual lot owners to help with the requirement of commitment to Firewise principles.

Open Worksheet

Certificate

Annually the Firewise status is renewable if documents show continuing compliance with the program. The certificate is renewed yearly.

Open Certificate

We want to stay in touch!

Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions or concerns. We would love to stay in touch and have you involved with the community!

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About our community

Colorado's best kept secret

We’re happy to call Colorado our home for 20 years. A single family community with a beautiful open space meadow and just 90 minutes from Denver, it’s a perfect get away for families of all types.


20

Years

Establisted in 1999, we are a quality single family residential community with a central well that serves all homes.

66

Acres

Our lots are surrounded by a 66-acre open space meadow. Elk, moose, deer and pronghorn frequently visiit the habitat.

+7%

Median Sales

The current market trend growth rate of median sales for 2019-2020 in Winter Park is 7% (trulia.com)

90

Minutes

We’re just a short drive from Denver, off County Road 519 & Elk Meadows Drive. Get Directions Here