DISCLAIMER: This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is provided solely as a general guide and reference. In no way, shape or form is this an official document nor is it enforceable. All information relating to the community documents is provided as a general interpretation.
The Woodcove Homeowner’s Association is a non-profit corporation. The basic purpose of the Association is to govern Woodcove in accordance with the governing documents known as the “Declaration, Covenant, Conditions & Restrictions”.
The Association is governed by a 3 to 11 person Board of Directors. The Board of Directors of the Association has the power and duty to administer the affairs of the Association in accordance with the governing documents. All Board Members are 100% volunteers and do not get compensated for any duties.
No. As set forth in the governing documents, when the developer created the association anyone who purchases a lot and/or home within the Woodcove Homeowner’s Association automatically becomes part of the association. Paying dues is mandatory and only ceases when one sells their property.
PLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM IS NOW AVAILABLE VIA APPFOLIO. Remember, HOA fees are due on the first of each month.
Once your account is activated, you can pay your HOA dues online by going to this site woodcovehoa.appfolio.com/connect to log in (this link works best with Google Chrome or FireFox internet browsers).
Any questions about the online payment system, please refer to Cinde Scharf (HOA accountant) at 385-325-2498.
You can also make payments via check and mail your payment to: Woodcove HOA, PO Box 2092, West Jordan, UT 84084.
Per the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CCR’s) of the Woodcove Homeowners Association and the State of Utah, each homeowner should receive a copy of these legal documents with their closing papers at the purchase of your home. However, some Title companies forget this which is out of our hands. You may also view and/or download the CCR’s and Amendments on this website. Find them in the Documents Library or click HERE to view.
Yes. There will be at least one meeting of the Association annually as specified in the By-Laws or as established by the Board of Directors. However, special meetings of the Association may be called by the Board of Directors.
All homeowners should make the HOA aware of their plans to use common areas for any type of private event like birthdays, BBQ’s, etc, so sprinkler system can be turned off ahead of time. Please send a request in an email to email@example.com to have the sprinklers deactivated.
The HOA managed parks and common areas are governed by the City of West Jordan curfew ordinances. Quiet Hours are between 10 PM and 8 AM.
If you come across an issue in any of our common areas, whether it be a broken sprinkler, playground safety issues, or illegal activities you can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
No. If you are selling your home and have a credit balance of HOA dues, the credit balance is not refunded by the HOA to the seller. The credit balance is transferred to the new homeowner and a credit should be issued to the seller at the time of settlement.
Our Annual Homeowners Association meeting on Thursday, September 28, 2023 in the Big Park from 6:30 - 7:30 PM. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and come and hear what the HOA Board has done, vote on the Budget and to renew the terms of the HOA Board members or nominate someone or present yourself to the HOA membership to become an HOA Board Member.
This will be our second year of voting with the Online Proxy Ballot on all of the items that require your vote as a Homeowner. Only 1 vote per household please.