The main objectives of the Burland Homeowners Association are:
We hope that visitors to this site share these concerns and will join us in our efforts. Our meetings (as of March) will be held at Shepherd of the Rockies Lutheran church, 106 Rosalie Road (same time...2nd Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m.). Please join us.
Burland HOA is a Colorado not-for-profit corporation that is not a common interest community under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act.
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Please take advantage of the following workshop for valuable information! Note the September 15 date, so it is important that you act now!
The 2016 Firewise Communities Ask an Expert Virtual Workshop Series is underway. Each workshop provides a conference quality, free learning opportunity with leading researchers and practitioners in an interactive format. Every session closes with a fifteen minute live Q & A with the topic’s guest presenter. Please consider sharing the information with the residents in your program, neighboring communities and other stakeholders in your area.
Pre-registration is required. Additional information can be found at: http://www.firewise.org/online-courses- and-education/virtualworkshops.aspx.
Tuesday, October 11 at 11am MDT: Community Risk Reduction Success Stories
Wednesday, November 9 at 1pm MDT: Wildland Urban Legends – Part 2
We continue our discount/reimbursement program to assist with your slash. We are currently working with three local companies, JWARD Industries, J’s Got Wood, Splintered Forest, and Colorado Wildfire Mitigation, LLC, providing a $75.00 discount paid for by the HOA toward your chipper service.
As an HOA member or Associate Member, this is available to you once a year. The homeowner/member is responsible for any charges over and above the $75. This is a great benefit to you and we are sure you will want to take advantage of it and clear your property of potential fire danger.
You may contact Justin at JWARD Industries, 720-231-4857, Josh at J’s Got Wood, 303-301-4308, www.jsgotwood.com,Brad at Splintered Forest, 303-819-9840, SplinteredForestTreeService.com, or Eric at Colorado Wildfire Mitigation, 303-803-3246, email@example.com for arrangements.
In addition, there is a new slash site at Crow Hill behind the ball fields, open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm; Park County residents, $15 pick-up load, $20 for non-resident. This is another great opportunity to do some fire mitigation on your property and eliminate the fire danger. That site is now closed, but look for it in the spring. Send us a copy of your paid invoice and we will reimburse you accordingly. Mailing address is: P.O. Box 372, Bailey, CO 80421.