$35 per year per residence on a calendar year basis
How to Join:
Dues are payable January 1 of each year. Your support helps defray
the cost of HOA expenses including but no limited to publication of the
newsletter, maintenance of the website, social events, covenant
enforcement, etc. Please feel free to use the comment/suggestion
section in the Membership Form below to convey your thoughts/concerns to
the Executive Board.
8471 Sweetwater Road
Lone Tree, CO, 80124
HOA Membership Form
Reasons and Benefits for Membership:
The Charter HOA supports and coordinates covenant enforcement that applies
every residence in The Charter HOA Area (Filing #1), the goal being to
maintain property values and ensure that changes enhance rather than
detract from the neighborhood.
The Charter HOA provides liability insurance for Executive Board Members,
Architectural Covenant Committee and others who serve at the direction of
The Charter HOA is the official voice for matters that affect The Charter
Area, i.e. The City of Lone Tree, South Suburban Parks
and Recreation, and Eagle Ridge Elementary School, etc.
The Charter HOA supports and coordinates Neighborhood Watch efforts in The
Charter HOA Area.
The Charter HOA maintains this website.
The Charter HOA periodically publishes a newsletter for members.
The Charter HOA organizes and pays for popular events for its members such
the annual Christmas Season Sleigh Ride and the annual Easter Egg Hunt
The Charter HOA selects a yard of the month each month in the summer and
Christmas Decorations winner from members of The Charter HOA.
Selection includes a yard sign and a monetary prize ($50 historically)
The Charter HOA has an HOA Member at every City of Lone Tree Council
meeting. That person reports at The Charter HOA monthly
Board of Directors meeting.
The Charter HOA is a source of information on concerns of its members.
include the ability of contacting board members by telephone or e-mail at
any time and monthly open meetings of the HOA Board of directors.
The Charter HOA stays informed as to new development, changes, etc. in the
City and provides input to City leaders. (Check out “Historical
examples of our involvement in the past)