Governance

A shared vision

Achieving the shared vision for The Lakes at Centerra is assisted by two distinct, yet complementary entities:
The Lakes at Centerra Metropolitan District (District) and The Lakes Master Homeowner’s Association, Inc. (Association or LMHA).

These entities collaborate in providing resident programs and events and preserving special community landscapes and amenities.

Click on the infographic to see a breakdown of each entity’s responsibilities.

MASTER HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

Achieving our shared vision for The Lakes is facilitated by a Colorado nonprofit organization, known as The Lakes at Centerra Master Homeowners Association, Inc. (or LMHA, for short).

The LMHA works in partnership with residents to provide dynamic leadership for The Lakes community by cultivating a rich variety of activities and programs and by preserving special community landscapes and neighborhood settings.

Governed by a board of directors, the LMHA’s responsibility is to implement and enforce the terms set forth in the community’s CC&Rs. The CC&Rs for The Lakes has been drafted in accordance with Colorado regulations regarding the establishment of planned communities and nonprofit organizations.

All residential property owners are members of LMHA.

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

The Lakes is located within The Lakes at Centerra Metropolitan District, which was created in 2007.

Metropolitan districts are governmental entities and political subdivisions of the state of Colorado, designed to serve as perpetual quasi-municipal corporations, each operating with an elected five-person board of directors.

The primary purpose of the district is to finance public infrastructure required by the development and to provide an ongoing governmental structure for the operation and maintenance of district improvements and facilities.

Homeowners in The Lakes at Centerra Metropolitan District will benefit from the construction, maintenance, repair, and replacement of the open space areas, natural areas, parks, landscaping, detention ponds, and other public infrastructure in the neighborhood. These improvements and maintenance expenses are paid through homeowners’ property taxes collected through Larimer County in the form of a Mill Levy.

The district’s Board of Directors typically meets every month. The posting location for meeting notices is at the corner of Boyd Lake Avenue and Pristine Lake, Lost Creek, and Pine Lake Drive. Contact Pinnacle Consulting Group (970-669-3611 ext. 133) for the date/time of the next board meeting.

Review the Metropolitan District FAQs for more info.

BENEFITED NEIGHBORHOODS

Homeowners who live in the Wonderland Luxury Patio Homes enjoy benefited services for front yard landscaping and snow removal of driveways and sidewalks, which are coordinated through LMHA. Please refer to the 1st Supplemental Declaration for specific details and maintenance assessments related to this neighborhood.

SUBASSOCIATIONS

Homeowners who live in the Landmark Homes the Towns, Boulder Creek Townhomes, Wee Cottages and Patio Homes have a subassociation that is responsible for exterior maintenance of the buildings, landscape maintenance of the front yards and common areas, snow removal on driveways, sidewalks, and walkways to the front door and common areas.

Please refer to your subassociation’s governing documents for specific details and additional assessments related to these neighborhoods.

Boulder Creek EasyHouse

Managed by: MSI
Website: bcc.msihoa.co
Community manager: Betty Sutton
bsutton@msihoa.com | 970-663-9686

Landmark Homes The Towns

Managed by: Vintage Corp
Community manager: Blakelee Waters
bwaters@vintage-corp.com | 970-353-3000

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