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 Architectural 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.
Lots, homes, fencing and landscaping must be well maintained, and all damage and deterioration repaired. Properties and homes are inspected on regular basis.
All changes and additions to the exterior of the home, landscaping and driveways all require prior approval from the HOA Architectural Committee before changes are made. Changes must be in accordance to the Architectural Standards.
All single-family properties are for residential use only. Homes must be rented pursuant to a lease/rental agreement for at least 30 days in a single-family capacity. VRBO, Airbnb, and boarding house/rooms are not permitted. Covenants permit only one dwelling unit per lot. ADUs are not permitted.
All landscaping must be maintained and present a professional appearance. Dead vegetation must be removed & replaced. Lawns and landscaping must be alive and greening by May 31st annually. Weeds must be fully removed and not just sprayed. Xeriscaping is permitted with Architectural review and approval. Each property is to have at least 1/3 area of the front and rear yard of greenspace and living vegetation and present a professional appearance. See Architectural Standards for complete details.
Parking vehicles in the street overnight and storing unused, or inoperable vehicles in the street is not permitted in accordance with the HOA Covenants and City Code. Driveways and garages are to be used for parking vehicles. A limited temporary permit process exists for unusual or unavoidable circumstances. That policy and permit request can be found on the Homeowner Portal. Recreation vehicles are only permitted for loading and unloading only, not to exceed 48 hours. Parking RVs in the street or on the lot is not permitted. Trailers must be stored in a garage.
PETS / ANIMALS
Owners may generally have up to three domesticated animals. Chickens are permitted with certain requirements. Hoofed animals (goats, cows, pigs, lamas, horses etc.) are not permitted.
All trash containers may only be placed at the curb on respective collection day. Containers must be placed in the garage or behind a fence on non-collection days and may not be visible from the street.
Property must be well kept, and all debris removed from the lot. Outside and unsightly storage of construction materials, equipment, refuse, etc. is not permitted.
All owners in accordance with the HOA Covenants and Colorado law are responsible for payment of quarterly assessments. The 2020 Ridgeview at Stetson Hills Master HOA assessment is $44.50 and is due quarterly on January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st. Payments received past the 10th of the month due are considered late and subject to late fees. Delinquent accounts are handled in accordance with HOA Collections Policy, Covenants and State law. Payments may be made online or by check at the following address:
Hammersmith Management Payment Center
c/o Pacific Premier Bank
PO Box 173701
Denver, CO 80217-3701