Welcome to Our Neighborhood!
Located in the northeast part of Colorado Springs, Ridgeview at Stetson Hills has great views, wonderful parks, and ready access to District 49 schools, dining, shopping, and entertainment. In short, this is a great place to live and to raise a family. We’re very excited you’re considering living here, or have already made that choice!
The Ridgeview at Stetson Hills Master Homeowners Association is among the largest in Colorado. Including our four sub-Associations, we cover more than 3,200 homes. The Association’s all-volunteer Board of Directors consists entirely of homeowners who receive no tangible compensation. The Board strives to maintain a healthy, safe, and vibrant community, while seeking to maintain property values and respect individual homeowners’ rights. The Board always welcomes new volunteers, and very much values members’ constructive suggestions for improvement.
HOA Rules Overview
To help keep our neighborhood nice, and to maintain our property values, we are protected by the Covenants of the Ridgeview at Stetson Hills Master Homeowners Association (HOA). When you choose to live in a covenanted area, you do so because you understand the value and security a HOA brings, but it can sometimes be difficult to find all the rules and information you need to make an informed decision, and to understand what benefits and restrictions are in place. Below are just a few highlights of our rules, but we encourage you to read through the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions (CCRs), Easements for Ridgeview at Stetson Hills, and ARC Guidelines & Standards. These can be found in your Homeowner Portal.
If you have questions regarding your Homeowner Portal, please call 719.389.0700 or email StetsonHillsMaster@eHammersmith.com.
Overnight parking on the street is prohibited. If you need a temporary permit, please download the parking policy and application from your Homeowner Portal. Recreational vehicles/trailers are only permitted for loading and unloading, not to exceed 48 hours at a time.
– Lawns are required to be re-established annually by May 31 – meaning green and alive.
– Weeds cannot just be sprayed; they must be completely removed from any rocks and/or grass areas.
– Dead plant/trees should be promptly removed. Each property is required to have 1/3 living materials.
PETS / ANIMALS
You may generally have no more than three domesticated animals. Chickens are allowed, but limited to no more than six hens. Unreasonable barking and other noises can result in fines.
Any exterior modifications or improvements require prior approval. The application to submit for approval can be found in your Homeowner Portal. Exteriors of the home should be well-kept and debris should not be allowed to accumulate on the property.
The HOA removes snow only from sidewalks in the common areas. You must remove snow from sidewalks in the front and sides of your property (including mailbox areas) within 24 hours after the snow stops.
Homes may not be rented out as short-term rentals (i.e. Airbnb, VRBO, etc.). Long-term rentals may only be for a single family residence; individual rooms may not be rented out.