As a PRUD (Planned Residential Unit Development), Trappers Ridge has governing documents and Rules which govern not only the appearance and maintenance of the property, but also the use of the property and its amenities by owners, guests, and tenants. The goals of our governing documents are to protect and enhance property values in the community while ensuring the enjoyment of the community by all.
Homeowners, their guests, and lessees are expected to abide by all Association Rules and Regulations.
- Community Rules
- Clubhouse, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Tennis and Basketball Court Rules
- Rules For Rental Owners
- Condensed Rules For Renters
- Clubhouse Reservations
The Wolf Creek Resort Master Homeowners Association was founded in 2002. It is an umbrella organization for the neighborhood HOAs of the resort and includes Trappers Ridge. The majority of the Master HOA’s functions are carried out by the neighborhood HOAs.
Management and HOA Board Notes
Don Stefanik, email@example.com
THE TRAPPERS RIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
Date: February 18, 2021 at 4:00 P.M. Mountain Time
Place: Via web conference (details to follow)
Dear Trappers Ridge Homeowners:
You are cordially invited to attend and participate in the Trappers Ridge Homeowners Association 2021 Annual Meeting. A full agenda is forthcoming. Among other topics, we will cover the following.
ELECTION: The Board has three (3) positions to fill for the calendar years 2021 and 2022. A ballot with the four candidates vying for the three positions was originally sent to you in early December. That same ballot is part of this package. Ballots must be received no later than February 18, 2021 at 5:00 pm. You may mail your completed ballot to the Association Secretary at 5801 E. Elkhorn Drive or scan and email your ballot to firstname.lastname@example.org. A final count of the ballots will occur after the Annual Meeting and results will be announced on Friday, February 19th.
BUDGET & FINANCIALS: The adopted Budget for the Fiscal Year 2021 was sent to all members in October of last year. At this meeting we will discuss the Fiscal Year 2020 Expenses (actual), the approved 2021 Budget, the Reserve Fund Analysis and Homeowner Assessments.
LANDSCAPING: Tree replacement and major landscape improvement projects.
On behalf of all the members of the Trappers Ridge Board of Directors, we thank you for the special privilege to serve the community. The Board looks forward to making continued progress in enhancing the living experience in Trappers Ridge at Wolf Creek.
Board of Directors, Trappers Ridge Homeowners Association
October 10, 2020
Dear Trappers Ridge Homeowners:
In 2021, your assessments will increase to the levels shown in the document “Statement of Assessments.” listed under the 2021 Assessments heading on this page. Increasing dues is not something we do frivolously. We strive to be good stewards of the Association’s money…your money.
This year we were struck by, yet another, severe windstorm. Along with the losses from the May 2019 storm and our ongoing work to remove diseased and dying trees, we have lost more than seventy-five trees. These losses come as a result of a mature landscape and trees that have reached the end of their lifespans. They are vulnerable to disease and high winds and either we or future storms will take them out.
Both this year and last, we have been able to cover all of the clean-up costs using only our annual operating funds. Some critical projects have been put on the back burner, but will have to be planned for in 2021. The cost of these projects, along with the planting of 50 new trees has been built into the 2021 budget. It will provide the necessary financial resources to keep Trappers Ridge a green and shady oasis.
I am confident in saying our 2022 budget will provide relief and the assessments will be less. We hope you will find our approach to be reasonable.
Trappers Ridge Board of Directors
On September 25, 2020, the Board of Directors unanimously agreed to close the Clubhouse, Fitness Center, Pool, and Hot Tub for an indefinite period of time. The closure goes into effect on Monday, September 28th. It is a direct result of the spike in Coronavirus cases in Weber County and the State of Utah in general. Utah County and Salt Lake County have become hot spots and many visitors to the Ogden Valley are from these locales. The Board’s desire is to protect the health, safety, and well-being of all our members.
Our decision on when to re-open will be based upon the recommendations of the Weber/Morgan County Health District and the State of Utah. Meanwhile, please practice social distancing when out and about and wear a mask when appropriate.
Don, Betsy, Phil, Neil, and Russ
September 13, 2020
Trappers Ridge Homeowners:
STORM DEBRIS: On Friday, our arborist’s tree removal team was able to remove two extremely dangerous trees and put a large number of branches and trunks through the chipper. Unfortunately, the job was much more than they could complete in a day. When a storm of this magnitude takes down thousands of trees, the priorities have to be the protection of people and homes, clearing roads and driveways and restoration of power. Chipping and removal of debris are lower on the list. Since Acer Tree Service is unable to return anytime soon, I will make contact with others who may be able to finish the job. Please be patient, we’ll figure it out. Hauling green waste to the transfer station would be a last resort.
STREET LAMPS: The wind damaged at least seven street lamps and worked out at least that many bulbs. I’ve contacted the county to see if they will take responsibility for repair or replacement, otherwise it’s on us. This too, will take a little time.
TRASH CANS: My thanks to all who assisted in picking up trash everywhere throughout the community. Tara Gilmore, Betsy Jennings, Diane S. and I tackled a mess created when vacating renters put their cans, full of unbagged garbage in the street. Many others helped neighbors upright their gas grills and patio furniture and hunt down lost cushions. Our landscapers will collect more trash as they mow and trim, but I’d ask that you grab a plastic grocery bag when you take your walks and pick up whatever is hiding in the nooks and crannies. If your trash can family grew through this storm, please let me know and if you lost a can, perhaps we can reunite you with your missing friend.
This brings the total number of trees lost in the last eighteen months to about seventy-five. A significant loss for all of us. As time and resources allow, we’ll begin the process of stump grinding and replanting some of these trees.
September 10, 2020
Trappers Ridge Homeowners:
That was a nasty storm! If you weren’t here, you missed some fierce winds and even driving snow. Some homes lost roofing shingles (clubhouse included), others lost satellite dishes, pieces of siding and even chimneys. A few large trees fell onto roofs but caused no injury or serious structural damage. Some fell across driveways and trails. In all, we lost more than thirty trees.
Our landscapers did an amazing job of mobilizing their crew, cutting down broken trees and cleaning up the debris. Tomorrow, our tree removal experts will take down a few remaining hangers-on and chip all the limbs and branches piled up near the curb(s).
If we notice your home was damaged, we’ll contact you.
Trappers Ridge HOA Board of Directors Election: Ballots will be counted after the February 13, 2020 Annual Meeting.
- Community Rules
- Clubhouse, Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Tennis and Basketball Courts Rules
- Rules for Rental Owners
November 20, 2018
The votes are in and counted. Of the one-hundred eleven (111) votes cast, one-hundred seven were FOR the adoption of the amended and restated CC&Rs/Bylaws; four (4) were AGAINST.
2019-2020 Board Members
President: Don Stefanik
Vice-President: Russ Watts
Secretary: Casie Allan
Treasurer: Neil Drew
At-Large: Phil Coleman
Election, Budget and Assessment Information
Homeowner Association Meeting Minutes
HOA Board Meeting Minutes
Annual Meeting Minutes