The domain has been moved to the new HOA account.
Any problems with the website, please let the webmaster know.
Warning! There is a reported mountain lion hunting within the subdivision. It has made a deer kill a couple of nights ago. Please watch your pets, children and be careful.
On March 17th Governor Cox issued a Drought Executive Order. See the write up and the Executive order in Fire
At the Board Meeting, a new webmaster was agreed upon for the development and updating of the website and all things IT for the HOA. Hopefully the transition will be transparent, or invisible to you the user.
As always, feel free to contact the webmaster for questions. You will see the website looking somewhat different in the near future.
Feedback is appreciated.
The Board is always measuring and watching the progress of any snow.
Please use your chains if your tires slip.
Here is a link from Utah Wildlife about feeding deer. It probably goes for other animals as well. Click Here
The Water District will be bringing in more gravel for High Mountain View Drive in the spring.
Like always, be careful and drive slow.
Just a reminder to all HOA Members;
If you are going to do anything to the exterior of your house, the CC&Rs (available here under downloads) under Article VI Architectural Control, Section 1, require that you submit an application to the HOA.
Along with that, any structural changes probably dictate that you get a Building Permit from the County.
A new section has been added to the website!
The Board has decided to set up formal Policies and Procedures so that the decisions made by the Board now and in the future will have a common base and can have continuity and be fair to all.
For potential owners: We have year around access, the roads are plowed when snow reaches 6 inches during the winter and maintained in summer by the HOA.
Click here to see the Certificate of Dissolution of the Town.
The CICWCD has produced a newsletter just for Cedar Highlands.
You may download and read it here.
You can lookup the fire weather any time at: forecast.weather.gov
Get the Iron County Community Preparedness App here
We need FireWise Submission forms. See Fire for download.