Northstar Fire is requiring the Northstar condominium complexes, including Indian Hills, to follow the following 5 year plan to bring the properties up to State, County, and local codes regarding defensible space. CAMCO is coordinating this work with the Board and Northstar Fire to ensure we come into compliance.
A report on the condition of the roofs within our complex was presented at the last homeowner's meeting. You may review the report below, or under DOCUMENTS/OTHER IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS:
Learn about the warning systems in place to alert you when an emergency evacuation is necessary. The slideshow, which includes an evacuation map, is located below, or under DOCUMENTS/OTHER IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS.
The Tahoe Peak Pickleball Challenge is coming to Northstar, September 5 - 8th, 2019. For more information go to: tahoepickleball.com/tahoe-peak-pickleball-challenge/
The Indian Hills Condominiums parking lots are scheduled to be pulverized, graded, and repaved over a one week period. The schedule we have been provided is below.
Below is the schedule and links to the Agenda for the Indian Hills Board of Directors and Annual Membership Meetings taking place on Saturday, September 1, 2018.
Board of Directors Meeting 9 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Board of Directors Executive Session Meeting 9:40 a.m. - 9:50 a.m.
Annual Membership Meeting 10 a.m.
The following activities are scheduled for Sunday, September 2, 2018.
Indian Hills Breakfast on Sunday, September 2nd
On Sunday, September 2, 2018, the Indian Hills Board will host a continental breakfast on the Indian Hills property. The breakfast will be from 9:00 to 10:30 am and will be located in the parking lot in front of 6059 Rocky Point. There will be muffins, juice and coffee for all who want to attend. Come and meet your neighbors, friends and Board Members for pleasant conversation and food.
Remodeled Condo Tour
Following the breakfast, an open house will be held from 10:30 to noon to show some of the recent remodeling that has gone on in Indian Hills units. The list of remodeled units will be available at the breakfast, so plan on picking up a copy and seeing some of the transformations that have occurred around you. If you would like your condo to be on the list, please send an e-mail to Jim Kooler at email@example.com or sign up that morning.
NPOA's Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Saturday, September 1, 2018 on courts 1 & 2 at 3:00pm. Following the meeting, NPOA will be hosting a reception to all attending property owners at the Adult Center. Please see below to review the meeting agenda.
Thank you and hope to see you all there!!
TO: ALL NPOA HOMEOWNERS
FROM: Northstar Property Owners Association
RE: New Gate at NPOA Dumpster Site
Background: As homeowners have undoubtedly noticed, the use of the NPOA Dumpster Site (“the Site”) has over the years become increasingly subject to abuse, both by some homeowners themselves, and also by contractors, gardeners, outsiders and other unauthorized dumpers. Construction debris, old mattresses, discarded furniture, and large electronic waste items are frequently found there. None of this is authorized. To deal with this situation, NPOA and NCSD determined that the only viable solution was to install electronic gates at the Site, limiting its use to Northstar homeowners and their authorized guests.
The new gates will be activated starting on Monday, July 30th. The gate will be accessed utilizing the same key cards as you use for access to the NPOA Rec Center. New cards will not be issued. (Of course, replacement cards are available in the case of loss, with the usual replacement fee of $25 per key card.) Hours for use of the Site will be the same as in the past, from 7am to 8pm.
Rules for Authorized Use: The following rules for authorized use of the Site are not new. They have been in effect for many years, but have frequently been ignored. They are simple and straightforward:
Enforcement of Rules for Use: As the posted rules at the Site have long stated, violation of these basic principles will subject offenders to fines, and for repeated offenses, may result in loss of privileges to utilize NPOA facilities. NCSD and NPOA will address such situations on a case by case basis after notice to violators. The new gate system includes cameras which will permit us to identify cars or trucks which dump unauthorized materials, and the entry system at the gate will identify the card used in such cases.
We hope everyone will cooperate with these simple rules and we can finally eliminate the misuse of the Site which we’ve seen in recent years. As always, please make sure to lock the dumpster bins to prevent access to our neighborhood bear population.
On May 26, 2018 the Board of Directors passed the following Parking Policy. This policy was requested by a number of owners who have experienced difficulty parking near their unit during peak periods.
The primary purpose of this Parking Policy is to assure that occupants of each condominium, whether owners or guests, are provided with the parking privileges to which they are entitled. Only authorized vehicles may park in the parking areas owned by Indian Hills Owners Association. In general, authorized vehicles include passenger cars, motorcycles, and light trucks (meaning those for which the loaded weight specified by the manufacturer including passengers and cargo, does not exceed 8,500 pounds). Commercial and recreational vehicles exceeding 3/4 ton may park temporarily for loading and unloading purposes only. Trailers or other wheeled vehicles attached to or separated from an otherwise authorized vehicle will be ticketed unless arrangements are made for their temporary presence with the Indian Hills property management company.