The Highland Ranches Property Owners Association is proud to partner with Associa Sierra North for Bookkeeping services starting 01-NOV-2023.
All property owners should have received a welcome letter from Associa Sierra North by now, please review the welcome packet and update your contact for them to be email@example.com,
Feel free to touch base with them for any and all bookkeeping related questions or concerns.
Regularly scheduled, quarterly meetings, take place at the Fire Station on the corner of Cartwright Rd. & Lousetown Road on the last Tuesday of the first month of the quarter at 6:30PM.
Meetings are are open to property owners and invited guests.
Next Scheduled Meeting(s)
January 30, 2024
April 30, 2024
July 30, 2024
October 29, 2024
There are currently no variances up for consideration before the board.
“The Committee may allow reasonable variances and adjustments of these conditions and restrictions in order to overcome practical difficulties and prevent unnecessary hardships in the application of the regulations contained herein, provided, however, that such is done in conformity to the intent and purposes hereof and provided also that in every instance such variance or adjustment will not be materially detrimental or injurious to other property or improvements in the neighborhood. In no case will a variance be granted for solely economic convenience.
All property owners adjacent to the property will be notified of the variance request via certified letter sent by the Committee. A copy of the variance request will be posted at the public mail enclosures on Cartwright Road and posted on the web site. The public posting period is for 30 days.”
If you object to this variance request, please submit a formal written letter to the Highland Ranches Property Owners Association at PO Box 1039, Virginia City, NV 89440.
Interested in helping maintain the beauty and accessibility of the Highland Ranches during the winter months?
We need backup drivers to possibly supplement the efforts of our current crew.
Click the link below for an application.
A separate check is required for the $100 Architectural plan review fee, and the $2500 deposit required for Culvert / Driveway Construction, both due when submitting plans for review.
The Seller of property is obligated to furnish a copy of the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (C.C.& R's), Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws to the Buyer.
Your Title Company should furnish all the required information for you.
There is a $100 title transfer fee.
Highland Ranches Property Owners Association (HRPOA) is a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to protect and further the interests of property owners in the Highland Ranches development in Storey County, Nevada. (popularly known as the "10 acre lots").
This website is the official location for all things pertinent to the Highland Ranches Property Owners Assocation.
Contact a Board Member via email by selecting the CONTACT -> EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS link above, or click here.