Stagecoach is a residential resort community which is located in the Yampa Valley in Routt County Colorado. It is adjacent to Stagecoach Lake State Park and is just a short drive from Steamboat Springs. The area offers hiking, biking, fishing, boating, skiing and even dog sledding along with residential opportunities in a beautiful natural setting.
SPOA Board Meetings 2017
Saturday August 19, 2017 9:00am
CHANGE OF VENUE
Meeting to be held at South Routt Community Center Located at 227 Dodge Street Oak Creek Colorado.
Saturday November 18,2017
Saturday February 17,2018
Saturday May 19, 2018
Board Meetings held at Resort Group Conference Room 2150 Resort Drive – 2nd Floor 9:00am
SPOA 2018 Annual Meeting
July 21, 2018
Location to be Determined
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Thank you to all members who attended the meeting and/or provided written comments. The Board appreciates your time and input as we consider this important matter. Notes from the meeting can be found by clicking on the following link.
Notice of Membership Information Meeting and Feedback Session on:
BLM and Colorado Department of Wildlife Seeking Public Access to BLM Land via SPOA Property In South Shore
Saturday, April 8th at 10:00 am
Stagecoach Fire Station (23655 CR16, Oak Creek, CO)
The Board of Directors is inviting and encouraging all SPOA property owners to attend an information meeting and feedback session on April 8th at 10:00am at the Stagecoach Fire Station. The purpose of the meeting is discuss a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposal to provide public access in South Shore to the BLM parcel which lies to the east of the subdivision (see map below). The Board is seeking your feedback and comments as it considers this proposal. Staff from the BLM, Colorado Department of Wildlife and Routt County Road and Bridge will be on hand to discuss the proposal and address your questions and concerns.
As with most public lands, the BLM land to the east of South Shore is open and available to the general public for their use and enjoyment as an outdoor recreation area. This includes hunting in the area which is managed by the Colorado Department of Wildlife. Currently there is no designated and legal public access point to the BLM property in the South Shore area. However, the general public has created an illegal access point in South Shore which crosses both a SPOA common area and an owner’s private lot. The BLM would like to construct a public access point in South Shore to their parcel. The proposed access point would cross a SPOA common area and lead to a parking area within the BLM parcel. The access proposal would require the Association to grant an easement to the BLM to allow the general public to cross the SPOA common area.
Your feedback on the proposed public access point and the granting of an easement across the SPOA common area are important as the Board considers this proposal. We encourage all members to attend the meeting. You may also provide your written comments to our Association Manager Bryan Ayer at bAyer@steamboatassociations.com.
Dear Stagecoach Property Owner,
On December 11, 2015, the Routt County District Court heard the Association’s petition to amend its covenants. The Court, having reviewed the petition and supporting documents and ensuring the Association met all legal requirements, approved our petition. The Association will now file the approved amendment with the Routt County’s Clerk & Recorder’s office. When filed, the amendment will be immediately effective and a part of the Association’s Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions.
NOTE: The approved covenant amendment does not change the separate Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions that govern the High Cross at Stagecoach subdivision.
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Steamboat Association Management (SAM), a subsidiary of Resort Group, was selected by the Board of Directors as the new Management Company for SPOA. SAM’s history of managing homeowners associations in Steamboat Springs dates back over 40 years. They work on behalf of the communities and are responsible for the financial and physical assets of the association. Please contact them with any questions or concerns.
Bryan Ayer - Association Manager
675 Snapdragon Way Suite 100
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487.