Welcome to the Hidden Valley Patio Homes web site,
brought to you by the VRP Assocation.
The Valley Ranch Patio Home Association consists of the homeowners of 69 patio homes in lovely
The purpose of this web site is to provide homeowners, prospective buyers, and renters with a
variety of information useful to keep our Valley Patio Home neighborhood in the great living
conditions we enjoy.
Monthly Assessment Increase:
With an eye to the future, the Board of Directors sees the need to raise the Monthly Assessment $5.00 per month ($125) in 2015, beginning on January 1, 2015. The association will receive $4,140 additional income that is designated for reserves and increased house maintenance cost. The Board is trying to replenish reserve monies used in 2013 and make sure we’re at a reasonable monetary level. It is anticipated that the cost of maintaining the homes will increase as the cost of paint and building materials is rapidly increasing. The Board will try to keep monthly assessment levels as low as possible. Click here for a copy of the new budget for 2015.
VRP By-Law Updates:
The Board of Directors has also made a By-Law Change. By-Law 13 Amendments states: “These By-Laws, or any of them, may be altered, repealed, or new By-Laws may be made by the Council by majority vote or at any Annual or Special meeting, of the members, by two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members present in person----.”
At the November 13, 2014 General Board Meeting, the directors voted to change By-Law 8.0402 Approval of the Budget. This will allow the current board and more importantly future boards discretion to raise the assessment to cover operational and reserve expenses as well as provide a reasonable reserve for contingencies.
Click here to read or download the updated By-Laws.
As a homeowner, you are welcomed to return to this web site to keep abreast on the latest
happenings in our neighorbood.
Valley Ranch Patios residents are enjoying the beloved Prescott spring weather with days in the 70’s and nights in the 40’s. Trees are leafing and spring bulbs, flowers, and trees are blooming. With this weather comes the association busy time of house wood and concrete replacement plus stucco and house repair and painting.
The association has just completed the last Firewise project to make the homes less fire prone. To accomplish this, Jonny’s Tree Service removed tree branches from all affected roofs and trimmed or removed bushes so that all are below fascia level. Any vegetation that has died was removed. We were fortunate to be able to qualify and use the Hidden Valley Firewise 50/50 grant which ends December 31, 2013.
The Landscape Committee is busy overseeing the spring start-up of the irrigation system and the trimming of plants.
The Maintenance Committee is helping with the needed concrete replacement, wood trim and atrium beam replacements, as well as the scheduled houses to be painted.
Deb and Bob Balzano of DHB Management Services have offered wonderful support and input to help the Association run smoothly.
Sue McGavock, President
2015 Board of Directors
Management Association services employed. The RVP has contracted with DHB Management for management services. Bob Balzano of DHB Management has
graciously written a contract to suit our needs. Since we are proactive and hands on, we do not
need a full service contract. Pleae remember to write your
monthly assessment checks to “Valley Ranch Patios” and send them to DHB
Management, P.O. Box 12047, Prescott, AZ 86304.
If you have concerns or questions, please call Bob at 445-4097 or E-Mail him at
Association Board Meetings.Board meetings are held the
Second Thursday of each month beginning at 5:00 P.M. As always, all patio homeowners are invited
to the attend the monthly board meetings.