Frequently Asked Questions

Membership in the association is automatic with the purchase of a home in Stillwater. HOA Fees are reviewed annually and are secured by a legally binding agreement, an Encumbrance (subject to upward adjustment for inflation) registered on the title of each member’s property, the purpose of which is the sustainment and  improvement of the Stillwater HOA assets.

The annual association fees are collected by the Stillwater Home Owners Association.

HOA membership fees are used by HOA Management to operate the services and amenities of the Stillwater Home Owners Association. These include:

  • year round maintenance of the buildings,
  • landscape and groundskeeping
  • snow removal
  • playground equipment maintenance
  • fire protection
  • spray park operations, chemistry and maintenance,
  • ice rink maintenance,
  • clubhouse building
  • Home Owners Association office,
  • utilities,
  • property taxes,
  • insurance,
  • cleaning, 
  • garbage and waste removal
  • repairs due to vandalism
  • administration
  • The HOA hires appropriate contractors to perform the work required to keep the HOA operating. 

Residents benefit by having certain amenities and assets in their community, which because of their unique nature and high cost could not otherwise be purchased by individual members. The HOA amenities are private and only for the use of the Stillwater homeowners, their families or guests.

The Stillwater Home Owners Association is governed by the Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and Policies enacted by management and the  Board of Directors. All Members are provided with copies of these documents when they take possession of their home. See :”The Stillwater Brocherus – Schedules 1-7″

A Management Agreement between the Developer and the HOA describes the day to day operations and responsibilities of the HOA, Management and Directors.

Individual members of the Home Owners Association may communicate to HOA management via established channels such as a Resident Advisory Council, Committees, at Open House or Meeting Events, or other Committees, or thru regulatory or contractual obligations.

Member concerns and issues may be delegated or forwarded as appropriate for action, where necessary.

Day to day operations and programming of the HOA is performed by HOA Management.

Member feedback is always welcome at:

We regret that we do not have the resources to respond individually to suggestions and non-specific concerns.

A Home Owners Association is mandatory organization created by the land developer:

  1. To manage and maintain the amenities of a development that the City does not have responsibiity to maintain.
  2. To manage and maintain amenities such as the facilities and landscape features of the Stillwater Home Owners Association.
  3. Membership is compulsory and the requirement to pay an annual fee to the Home Owners Association is enforced through an encumbrance on title.‎

A community association is an organization formed by the residents of an area:

  1. To manage and direct its social and recreational activities.
  2. To act as an intervener in civic matters (planning and development).
  3. To plan, develop and maintain community programs, leagues, and realted facilities (if any)
  4. Membership is voluntary.
  5. Fees or Membership dues may be charged and collected. 

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