The existing CC&Rs in Summit Park are outdated and do not reflect our current safety concerns. We need to update them and we need your input. Please join us at the Sheldon Richins Auditorium, 1885 West Ute Blvd, on Jan 9th, 6 PM , for an information gathering meeting Please take advantage of this opportunity
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Rob Phillips joins the SPHA Board

Rob Phillips has joined the HOA Board as Vice President. Rob has only lived in Summit park for about two years, but has already embedded himself in the community. Rob was born and raised in northern Idaho where he came to love the mountains, he then attended college at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana.
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Volunteer for SPHA Architectural Committee

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SUMMIT PARK ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE   The Summit Park Architectural Committee is reorganizing and we’re in need of several  volunteers to join the committee. The Summit Park CC&Rs require that building plans undergo architectural review by the committee prior to submitting them to the County Building Department for approval and a building permit.
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Craig Eroh Stepping Down

Craig Eroh has informed us that he needs to step down from his role as president due to time constraints.  Chris Quinones has been elected to take his place.

Volunteers Needed for Firewise Community

The Summit Park Home Owners Association is currently in the process of establishing our neighborhood as a nationally recognized Firewise community http://www.firewise.org. The National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Firewise Communities program encourages solutions to local wildfire challenges by supporting neighborhood involvement and education. Endorsement by the NFPA provides not only local, state and national recognition
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Change in the SPHA Board

After a long and productive tenure,  Kay Kunkle has decided to step down from her role as president of the SPHA. She plans to focus her future efforts on the challanging task of establishing a uniform CCR for all the plats in Summit Park.  We would like to thank Kay  for all that she has done
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