Jeremy Ranch Owner’s Association encompasses 627 single family homes/lots contained within “Jeremy Ranch Subdivision Phase/Plat A, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5”. The Jeremy Ranch Subdivision as part of the larger Jeremy Ranch planned development that was originally approved in 1979. There are over 16 other hoa organizations in the greater Jeremy Ranch area. Jeremy Ranch Subdivision is considered a regular subdivision with all roads dedicated to public use and maintained by Summit County. We are not a gated community and there are no common areas. However, JROA does own significant areas of open space. Use the “Maps” tab to explore our neighborhood.
The Jeremy Ranch Owner’s Association is governed by 5 elected Trustees with 2 year terms. Select the “Board of Trustees” tab to view the current members. Day to day management duties are administered by a professional management company. Select the “HOA Management” tab to obtain current management information. The primary obligation of the Board of Trustees is to oversee compliance to the Architectural Guidelines, prevent improper uses, curtail offensive behavior, and perform limited maintenance obligations. Our current annual assessment is $210.00, per year (that’s right, per year).
Administration of the Architectural Guidelines is delegated to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) appointed by the Board. All new construction, additions and exterior remodels of any kind must be approved by the ACC prior to commencement of any work. Failure to obtain approval may result in significant fines levied as liens against the lot. All of our pertinent governing documents can be found under the “HOA Docs.” tab.
Last, take a minute to read the interesting history of Jeremy Ranch under the “History” tab.