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Recent Announcements

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It has come to the board’s attention that several solicitors in the neighborhood recently have made statements to homeowners that they were endorsed, sponsored, supported, contracted, etc., by the Homeowner’s Association.  The HOA board has no arrangements with any vendors with the exception of Fibersphere for our internet, and Showplace Landscaping, for front yard maintenance.  Anyone claiming otherwise is making a false claim.

The Annual Homeowners Association Meeting, scheduled for August 29th, 2017 had to be rescheduled due to lack of a quorum. The HOA board is in the process of rescheduling the meeting for a date to be determined.

April 18 School Board Candidates Forum

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A message from TIGARD-TUALATIN SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tigard-Tualatin voters can meet the five candidates running for school board during a Candidates Forum scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on April 18 at the Broadway Rose Theater, 12850 SW Grant Ave. in Tigard.

Two candidates, Maureen Wolf and Karen Emerson, are running unopposed.   Three candidates, Paul Grun, Robin Gensler and Sharon Fox, are competing for the third open position on the board.

The forum will be moderated by Dan Murphy, Managing Director of the Broadway Rose Theater. Questions from the audience will be accepted.

School Board members are elected to four-year terms.  The election date is May 16.

September 2016

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It’s that time of year again!

Now that school is back in session, please keep aware of your speed in the neighborhood as children will be out and about walking to their bus stops.

August 2016

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Annual Meeting

The Board meeting being held on August 23rd is also our Annual meeting. We need to select new Board members and MUST have a quorum of residents, so please be sure to fill out your proxy/ballot and if possible, join us for the meeting.

2016 Annual Meeting
WHEN:  August 23rd, 2016 @ 7:00 PM
WHERE:  Christ the King Church

July 2016

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Annual Meeting

The Board meeting being held on August 23rd is also our Annual meeting. We need to select new Board members and MUST have a quorum of residents, so please be sure to fill out your proxy/ballot and if possible, join us for the meeting.

2016 Annual Meeting
WHEN:  August 23rd, 2016 @ 7:00 PM
WHERE:  Christ the King Church

June 2016

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Annual Meeting

The Board meeting being held on August 23rd is also our Annual meeting. We need to select new Board members and MUST have a quorum of residents, so please be sure to fill out your proxy/ballot and if possible, join us for the meeting.

2016 Annual Meeting
WHEN:  August 23rd, 2016 @ 7:00 PM
WHERE:  Christ the King Church

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

May 2016

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Backflow Testing

Reminder: It’s almost time to have your backflow preventers checked. The Tigard deadline is June 1st so be sure to get it taken care of before then.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

April 2016

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Backflow Testing

Reminder: It’s almost time to have your backflow preventers checked. The Tigard deadline is June 1st so be sure to get it taken care of before then.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

March 2016

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Backflow Testing

Reminder: It’s almost time to have your backflow preventers checked. The Tigard deadline is June 1st so be sure to get it taken care of before then.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

February 2016

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Backflow Testing

Reminder: It’s almost time to have your backflow preventers checked. The Tigard deadline is June 1st so be sure to get it taken care of before then.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

January 2016

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HOA Meeting

The next HOA meeting is scheduled for January 19th, 2016, at 7 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

December 2015

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HOA Meeting

The next HOA meeting is scheduled for January 19th, 2016, at 7 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

November 2015

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HOA Meeting

The next HOA meeting is scheduled for January 19th, 2016, at 7 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

October 2015

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HOA Meeting

The next HOA meeting is scheduled for January 19th, 2016, at 7 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

 

New Board Members

Please welcome Mario Roxas and Craig Miller to the Arbor Pointe HOA Board.

Mario Roxas

Hi Arbor Pointe HOA Members! My name is Mario Roxas. My family and I have lived in Arbor Pointe since the summer of 2011, when we moved back to our home state of Oregon from Sandpoint, Idaho. I really enjoy living in this neighborhood, and I appreciate the work of our board to help maintain the quality of our surroundings. I have decided to join the HOA board because I want to play a role in helping maintain that quality of life we have all come to appreciate here, and also help foster a greater sense of community among our members. I am truly honored to serve on your board, and I look forward to connecting with you some time!

Craig Miller

Hello neighbors!  My family has enjoyed living in Arbor Pointe since 2007.  I’m happy to be supporting the community by serving on the board, which continues to do a good job of managing our neighborhood issues.  I look forward to seeing all of you around the neighborhood and at the upcoming meetings.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

September 2015

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HOA Meeting

The next HOA meeting is scheduled for January 19th, 2016, at 7 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

 

New Board Members

Please welcome Mario Roxas and Craig Miller to the Arbor Pointe HOA Board.

Mario Roxas

Hi Arbor Pointe HOA Members! My name is Mario Roxas. My family and I have lived in Arbor Pointe since the summer of 2011, when we moved back to our home state of Oregon from Sandpoint, Idaho. I really enjoy living in this neighborhood, and I appreciate the work of our board to help maintain the quality of our surroundings. I have decided to join the HOA board because I want to play a role in helping maintain that quality of life we have all come to appreciate here, and also help foster a greater sense of community among our members. I am truly honored to serve on your board, and I look forward to connecting with you some time!

Craig Miller

Hello neighbors!  My family has enjoyed living in Arbor Pointe since 2007.  I’m happy to be supporting the community by serving on the board, which continues to do a good job of managing our neighborhood issues.  I look forward to seeing all of you around the neighborhood and at the upcoming meetings.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

August 2015

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Annual Meeting

The HOA was unable to obtain a quorum at the July 27th Annual Meeting.  As a result, a second meeting will be attempted on August 17th, 7PM.

 

Upcoming Board Elections

There will be several board vacancies to fill at the upcoming Annual Meeting. Interested homeowners should attend the meeting. Please feel free to reach out to your neighbors on the current board with any questions regarding roles and expectations.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

 

Arbor Pointe Reserve Study

In March 2015, The Management Trust completed a reserve study for the HOA, detailing anticipated expenses for the HOA for the next 30 years. Funding for this long term maintenance comprises a portion of your monthly assessment. For those interested in seeing where we anticipate spending future assessments, this is a worthwhile read. A copy has been posted on this site, and may be accessed here.

 

South Cooper Mountain Development

As I’m sure most folks know, Beaverton / Washington County intends to develop South Cooper Mountain in a big way in the next few years. For the curious, you can read about the development plan here. Also, The Oregonian recently published this article on county funding for related road improvements.

July 2015

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Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting will be held July 27th at 7:00 PM, at Christ the King Lutheran Church. New board members will be elected during the meeting. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

 

Upcoming Board Elections

There will be several board vacancies to fill at the upcoming Annual Meeting. Interested homeowners should attend the meeting. Please feel free to reach out to your neighbors on the current board with any questions regarding roles and expectations.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

 

Arbor Pointe Reserve Study

In March 2015, The Management Trust completed a reserve study for the HOA, detailing anticipated expenses for the HOA for the next 30 years. Funding for this long term maintenance comprises a portion of your monthly assessment. For those interested in seeing where we anticipate spending future assessments, this is a worthwhile read. A copy has been posted on this site, and may be accessed here.

 

South Cooper Mountain Development

As I’m sure most folks know, Beaverton / Washington County intends to develop South Cooper Mountain in a big way in the next few years. For the curious, you can read about the development plan here. Also, The Oregonian recently published this article on county funding for related road improvements.

June 2015

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Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting will be held July 27th at 7:00 PM, at Christ the King Lutheran Church. New board members will be elected during the meeting. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

 

Upcoming Board Elections

There will be several board vacancies to fill at the upcoming Annual Meeting. Interested homeowners should attend the meeting. Please feel free to reach out to your neighbors on the current board with any questions regarding roles and expectations.

 

Website Updates

I’m looking for some thoughts and ideas on how to improve the Arbor Pointe website. Is there anything you’d like to see or share with the community? Would you like to have announcements posted? Please e-mail me with your ideas.

 

Arbor Pointe Reserve Study

In March 2015, The Management Trust completed a reserve study for the HOA, detailing anticipated expenses for the HOA for the next 30 years. Funding for this long term maintenance comprises a portion of your monthly assessment. For those interested in seeing where we anticipate spending future assessments, this is a worthwhile read. A copy has been posted on this site, and may be accessed here.

 

South Cooper Mountain Development

As I’m sure most folks know, Beaverton / Washington County intends to develop South Cooper Mountain in a big way in the next few years. For the curious, you can read about the development plan here. Also, The Oregonian recently published this article on county funding for related road improvements.

 

Bark Dust

The HOA board is currently soliciting bids for replacing the bark dust in the community. Additional details will follow once a vendor has been selected.

May 2015

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Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting will be held July 27th at 7:00 PM, at Christ the King Lutheran Church.  New board members will be elected during the meeting.  Everyone is encouraged to attend.

April 2015

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Backflow Testing

A friendly reminder that Backflow Testing is required by all Tigard Water Service Area customers by June 1st.

March 2015

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Backflow Testing

A friendly reminder that Backflow Testing is required by all Tigard Water Service Area customers by June 1st.

January 2015

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HOA Meeting

The next Arbor Pointe HOA meeting will be held on January 14th at 7:00 PM at Christ the King Lutheran Church.

Car Seat Safety

The City of Beaverton will be holding a car seat clinic at the Kuni Collision Center on January 17th at 9:00 AM.  See details here.

November 2014

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Blood Drive

There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive in Tigard on Nov. 12th at the Tigard Public Library Burgess Community Room (13500 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard), from 9AM to 3PM. Read about it here.

October 2014

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Crime Prevention

The October 14th HOA meeting will begin with a presentation by Mr. Lee Blevins, a Crime Prevention Specialist with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Please come out and hear what he has to say. 

 

Offer Feedback on the Tri-Met Southwest Service Enhancement Plan Draft Version

Tri-Met is currently seeking feedback on the draft plan for enhancing service in the Southwest corner of the Tri-Met region.  The current draft includes Community Connector Service Areas, one of which incorporates the Bull Mountain neighborhoods.  Check out the draft plan and offer your comments in a survey here.

 

Beaverton Arts Mix!

The annual Beaverton Arts Mix! runs from Oct 4th thru Oct 12th. Details are available here.

 

Healthy Communities Speaker Series

Tigard’s 2014 Healthy Communities Speaker Series presents Dr. James F. Sallis, PhD, at Tigard City Hall on October 7th, at 2:00 PM. He will be speaking on “Using Evidence to Promote Healthy, Active Communities”.  Dr. Sallis is a Professor of Preventative Medicine at the University of California – San Diego. More details are available here.

 

September 2014

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Board Members

Congratulations to Brian Bell, who will serve for the next near as the HOA Board President, and welcome to new Board Members Mitch Spaulding (Treasurer) and Chris Gale (Secretary).

  • Brian has resided at the Arbor Pointe community for over 7 years with his wife Elizabeth, daughter Maris and son Jameson. Brian has been an IT Project Manager for over 14 years. He currently works for Multnomah County, actively participating in providing systems and tools that enable county employees to better service the community.
    “I grew up in a community that was friendly, diverse, full of life, and where everyone knew their neighbor, in upstate New York. I envision my kids growing up in a similar community.”
  • Ian grew up in the West Linn area and moved to Arbor Pointe in 2011 with my wife Sara and daughter Sophia.
    “I like the feel of the neighborhood, location, and the friends we have made here. I am not a fan of the concept of HOAs, but understand the rationale for having them. As with my politics, I believe in having as small an HOA as possible, strictly limited and sharply defined HOA powers, and minimizing homeowner dues and dues increases. The freedom of the homeowner is my main consideration in any and all HOA related decisions.”
  • Jeff graduated from Oregon State University in 2002 and moved to the Portland area. He has successfully run an independent insurance agency, Action Insurance Company, for the past ten years. His wife, Amber, and he married in 2007 and have lived in Arbor Pointe since June of 2008. His family has been blessed with two wonderful boys, Lucas and Hunter. They are grateful to live in a friendly neighborhood of many kids and have made new friends living here.
    “I volunteer on the HOA board because I want to make sure our neighborhood is set up on a course for consistent budget surplus, year-round superb landscaping, and to ensure that all issues homeowners and neighbors have expressed are answered.”
  • Mitch has resided in the Beaverton area for over 9 years before moving into the Arbor Pointe community in early 2010. A retired Marine veteran serving over 21 years, Mitch has held several leadership roles in the Technology Industry and has last 13 years with Nike, Inc. Mitch is currently married to Kathy and his son lives in Baltimore.
    “I am thankful to be serving on the Arbor Pointe board because I feel it’s important we maximize the quality of our HOA services while protecting the value of our assets. It’s my desire to work with our community residents and deliver policies that secure our safety and welfare of the neighborhood.”
  • Chris is a brand new resident at Arbor Pointe. He, his wife Dawn, and their daughters arrived in mid-August, following his retirement from the U.S. Coast Guard. He currently works as a Budget Analyst.
    “After moving all over the country, my wife and I are excited to make Oregon our permanent home. We have always tried to contribute to the places we’ve lived, and I look forward to meeting everybody and working to keep our neighborhood the wonderful place we were first drawn to.”

Beaverton Celebration Day

September 6th is Beaverton Celebration Day. Events include a Farmer’s Market, a 5K Fun Run and Walk, and a Pooch Parade and Celebration Parade. Details are available here.

Car Seat Clinics

Beaverton Car Seat Clinics:  From 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM.  Sept. 2nd at City Hall and Sept. 16th at Kuni Collision Center.

August 2014

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ANNUAL MEETING RECALL

Annual Meeting has been recalled due to lack of quorum for August 13th at 6:45. (same location) There will be a Board Meeting directly following.

Flicks by the Fountain

Beaverton City Park provides free outside viewing of fun family movies. The list of showings are as follows:

August 8th – Despicable Me 2
August 15th – Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
August 22nd – Frozen

For more information please visit www.beavetonoregon.gov/events.

Beaverton City Park also has a fun water fountain that provides family fun for hours.

July 2014

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Happy 4th of July!

  • St. Paul will be hosting its 79th Annual Rodeo! July 1, 2014-July 5, 2014.
  • Tigard High School is hosting a FREE family fun night on July 4th! Come out for a night full of live music, kids games and clowns. There will also be on-site, police and fire vehicles, concession stands and of course a display of fireworks! Gates open at 6 pm with fireworks at dusk. Tigard High School is located at 9000 SW Durham Rd.

June 2014

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Attention Homeowners:

The Board has adopted the 2014-2015 operating budget. You can download the budget in the Documents area, under Budget, Reserves, and Financials.

May 2014

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Tigard’s Farmers Market:
Every Sunday starting Mother’s Day weekend – October 26, 2014
Located on the corner of Hall and Burnham; Hours: 9-2

Local Mother’s Day event:
Bridgeport Village in Tigard is hosting the VaVaVaBloom Landscape Display. Local landscapers, gardeners and nurseries will be displaying crafted arrangements. Displays will be up for viewing pleasure staring Friday, May 9th thru Monday, May 12th.

April 2014

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CC&R reminder

Article 4.12 …No trash and/or storage containers shall be visible from any adjacent street or neighboring Lot, and shall not be allowed to emit any odors or attract insects or rodents.

RABBIT ROMP AT THE OREGON ZOO

Dates: 4/19/14, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Rabbit Romp is a celebration of spring for everyone, with games, a petting zoo and crafts. Candy egg hunts occur every 10-15 minutes between 9am and 3pm on the zoo’s concert lawn, for children 10 and younger. Hunts are divided into age groups to level the playing field for all children. Cost: Free with price of admission. For more information please visit the Oregon Zoo website.

EASTER BUNNY PHOTOS AT WASHINGTON SQUARE

Dates: 3/28/14 – 4/19/14, 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Ages: All Ages. Cost: Bunny visits, hugs & smiles are always free. Families can take home this memory by purchasing a special photo of their child with the Easter Bunny. Special hours: Sundays 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Wed-Sat, April 16-19, 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM. For more information please visit Shop Washington Square.

March 2014

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

For a weekend packed full of events for the entire family, starting Thursday March 14th thru Sunday March 17th, please visit www.redtri.com for a whole list of activities available in Portland.

February 2014

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Happy Valentine’s Day, Love is in the air…

Visit www.portlandneighborhood.com for a list of Portland’s most romantic restaurants, best desserts, chocolates and more! Along with different events that are happening around Portland on that special day!

December 2013

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Happy Holidays!

‘Tis the season for lights, lights, lights!

Oregon Zoo Lights runs November 29th to January 5th. On December 10th, all admissions are buy 1 get 1 free! Remember, if you are an Oregon Zoo Member, then your Zoo Light admission is always FREE!! For more info, visit www.oregonzoo.org/events/zoolights/index.htm.

Winter Wonderland of Light Tour

Located at the Portland International Raceway. For more info, visit www.portlandraceway.com.

November 2013

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Attention Homeowners! Please read below:

There have been a lot of questions from homeowners regarding the front landscape of their home. The Board of Directors for Arbor Pointe would like for all homeowners to have access to the Annual Service Schedule and Specifications to hopefully reduce some of the questions and confusion regarding this matter. If you have any questions regarding this information, please feel free to contact our manager.

 

Portland Home and Living Show

November 8-10, 2013
Located at the Oregon Convention Center

 

Portland Saturday Market

Since 1974 the Portland Market is the largest continually operating outdoor market in the nation!
November 2-30, 2013
Located between SW Ankey & Naito Parkway

October 2013

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Tigard’s Farmers Market

It’s not too late to attend the Farmer’s Market if you haven’t already. Located in the Public Works parking lot on the corner of Hall and Burnham in downtown Tigard, every Sunday from May 12th thru October 27th, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Email manager@tigardfarmersmarket.org for more information.

Harvest Market & Bazaar

The Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce their First Annual Harvest Market and Bazaar!

Date: Saturday November 16th from 9am-4pm

Location: Tigard High School Gym

September 2013

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It’s that time of year again!

Now that school is back in session, please keep aware of your speed in the neighborhood as children will be out and about walking to their bus stops.

Attention Homeowners!

Parking on the street is becoming a huge issue, especially on 164th. There have been times when Pride Garbage Service could not pick up homeowners’ garbage due to an abundance of vehicles parking along the street.

Please refer to Article 4.9 Parking of the CC&R’s and be considerate of your neighbor’s.

August 2013

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Summer activities for kids of all ages!

Did you know that your local Joann Fabric store offers classes for kids ages 5 and up for things like cooking, art, and day camp. For more information on the different classes and cost, visit their website
at www.joannfabric.com.

Also www.mysummercamps.com offers information on the different types of local camps and daycares in the area. Such as Cinema camp which focuses on movie making skills or Science Adventure Camp which ranges from making rockets and telescopes to learning about the solar system and the stars.

Gardening Challenges? Think you might have clay soil?

Visit www.birdsandbloom.com and take the soil test to find out which kind of soil you have. Here are a couple of suggestions of plants that can thrive in clay soil: Aster, Daylily, and Japanese Iris. For a complete list visit their website again at www.birdsandblooms.com.

You might want to consider subscribing to this magazine for lots of gardening tips, it also talks about the different types of plants that attracts birds and humming birds. Take advantage of their blog for tips and
questions or even to offer advice for others!
 
Please remember for all landscaping changes, you need to submit an ARC form.

July 2013

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Arbor Pointe Turnover Meeting

Date: July 17th 2013

Location: Christ the King Lutheran Church (11305 SW Bull Mountain Rd)

Time: 6:30 pm

We encourage all homeowners to attend this meeting. Not only is this a chance to meet your neighbors if you are new, but also to have the opportunity to have any questions answered or to share any concerns. This will be an opportunity to volunteer to become a board member and to volunteer with various committees there might be.

We look forward to seeing all of you there. ~The Management Trust

4th of July Celebration!

Tigard High School Stadium will be hosting a free concert and firework show with a performance by the Tualatin Valley Community Band, and of course the annual sack races. The band will begin playing at 8:00 pm and the fireworks begin at dark.

Summer Band Concert in Cook Park

Located in the Bishop-Scheckla Pavilion of Cook Park the Tualatin Valley Community Band will be preforming a free concert July 29th at 7:00 PM. If will be fun for the whole family, so pack a picnic basket, bring a blanket or some folding chairs and enjoy the festivies! For more information on the Tualatin Valley Community Band visit their website at www.tvcb.org.

June 2013

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CC&R REMINDERS

  • Basketball Hoops:  Please be advised that portable basketball hoops are not allowed in the community per the CC&Rs. “4.17 Recreational Equipment.  No playground, athletic or recreational equipment or structures, including without limitation, basketball backboards, hoops and related supporting structures, shall be permitted, installed or utilized on any Lot in view from any public street, sidewalk or Common Area within the Property.”
  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

Spring Maintenance

As weather has improved, you may want to have a look at your lot to assess any maintenance that may be needed such as moss removal on roofs, exterior painting of homes or fences, etc.  Please remember any color change to the paint on the exterior of your home or fence requires prior approval from the Architectural Committee.

Irrigation

The front yard and common area irrigation has started due to the warm weather.  Please report any issues to your Community Manager.

Community Events

If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.

May 2013

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Spring Maintenance

As weather has improved, you may want to have a look at your lot to assess any spring time maintenance that may be needed such as moss removal on roofs, exterior painting of homes or fences, etc.  Please remember any color change to the paint on the exterior of your home or fence requires prior approval from the Architectural Committee.

Irrigation

The front yard and common area irrigation has started due to the warm weather.  Please report any issues to your Community Manager.

Community Events

If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Basketball Hoops:  Please be advised that portable basketball hoops are not allowed in the community per the CC&Rs. “4.17 Recreational Equipment.  No playground, athletic or recreational equipment or structures, including without limitation, basketball backboards, hoops and related supporting structures, shall be permitted, installed or utilized on any Lot in view from any public street, sidewalk or Common Area within the Property.”
  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

April 2013

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Spring Maintenance

As weather begins to improve this month, you may want to have a look at your lot to assess any spring time maintenance that may be needed such as moss removal on roofs and painting wood fencing.  Please remember any color change the paint on the exterior of your home or fence requires prior approval from the Architectural Committee.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Basketball Hoops:  Please be advised that portable basketball hoops are not allowed in the community per the CC&Rs. “4.17 Recreational Equipment.  No playground, athletic or recreational equipment or structures, including without limitation, basketball backboards, hoops and related supporting structures, shall be permitted, installed or utilized on any Lot in view from any public street, sidewalk or Common Area within the Property.”
  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

March 2013

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Spring Maintenance

As weather begins to improve this month, you may want to have a look at your lot to assess any spring time maintenance that may be needed such as moss removal on roofs and painting wood fencing.  Please remember any color change the paint on the exterior of your home or fence requires prior approval from the Architectural Committee.

Access your account — online!

Want to pay your assessments online, check your ARC history, or follow-up on that recent compliance issue? Thanks to our management company, The Management Trust-Northwest, you can access all that information and more using their convenient web portal feature. And to make it even more convenient, we’ve added a permanent link to the web portal login page on the right sidebar.  If you have misplaced your web portal login, please contact the management company to receive this information.

Fun things to do

If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

February 2013

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Winter Pruning

The landscaping contract calls for pruning of shrubs and bushes twice per year.  This should be taking place in the next few weeks.

Irrigation

The front yard irrigation is turned off and is being winterized.

Access your account — online!

Want to pay your assessments online, check your ARC history, or follow-up on that recent compliance issue? Thanks to our management company, The Management Trust-Northwest, you can access all that information and more using their convenient web portal feature. And to make it even more convenient, we’ve added a permanent link to the web portal login page on the right sidebar.  If you have misplaced your web portal login, please contact the management company to receive this information.

Fun things to do

If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

January 2013

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Happy New Year!

 

Landscaping

  • Irrigation: The front yard irrigation is turned off and is being winterized.  If you have a backyard irrigation system, you may want to do the same to avoid potential burst pipes from freezing temperatures over the winter months.
  • Winter Pruning: The landscaping contract calls for pruning of shrubs and bushes twice per year.  The next time this is scheduled is in the January/February timeframe.

December 2012

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Happy Holidays!

We wish you and your family a very happy and safe holiday season!

Landscaping

  • Irrigation: The front yard irrigation is turned off and is being winterized.  If you have a backyard irrigation system, you may want to do the same to avoid potential burst pipes from freezing temperatures over the winter months.
  • Winter Pruning: The landscaping contract calls for pruning of shrubs and bushes twice per year.  The next time this is scheduled is in the January/February timeframe.

Operation Cover-up

The Season of Giving is upon us! Among many charitable efforts, our management company, The Management Trust – Northwest, holds an warm clothing and blanket drive for donation to those in need, called Operation Cover-up.

If you have gently used coats and blankets to give, TMT-NW welcomes your donation to this worthy cause.  You can drop off your donation at the TMT-NW office during regular office hours through Friday, December 14th. Visit their website to learn more about Operation Cover-up and ways you can help.

November 2012

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Fall Reminders

  • Gutter Cleaning:  please have a look at your gutters.  They may need to be cleaned out due to leaf debris.
  • Irrigation:  the common area irrigation is off and will be winterized soon.  If you have rear yard irrigation, you may want to do the same to avoid any potential for pipes bursting due to freezing temperatures.

Access your account…online!

Want to pay your assessments online, check your ARC history, or follow-up on that recent compliance issue? Thanks to our management company, The Management Trust-Northwest, you can access all that information and more using their convenient web portal feature. And to make it even more convenient, we’ve added a permanent link to the web portal login page on the right sidebar.  If you have misplaced your web portal login, please contact the management company to receive this information.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Trash cans: Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Parking: Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.

October 2012

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It’s that time of year again!

To find the perfect pumpkin, here’s a helpful a list of local pumpkin patches.

Fall Closet Organization

Here’s a great article on keeping your closet organized this fall.

Community Activities

If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.  Check out their website for more information.

CC&R REMINDERS

  • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Parking: Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.
  • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on the Management Trust website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.

September 2012

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Back to School

Please be sure to slow down and watch for children walking to and from school and the bus stops. Thank you!

CC&R Reminders

  • Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
  • Please do not store any vehicles in the street and be considerate to not park too close to the corners so that there are no visibility issues for other vehicles.

    Local Events

    If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.  Check out what’s coming up on their website.

    August 2012

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    Access Your Account — Online!

    Want to pay your assessments online, check your ARC history, or follow-up on that recent compliance issue? Thanks to our management company, The Management Trust-Northwest, you can access all that information and more using their convenient web portal feature. And to make it even more convenient, we’ve added a permanent link to the web portal login page on the right sidebar.  If you have misplaced your web portal login, please contact the management company to receive this information.

    Summer Reminders

    Summer is a great time to take care of some of the following clean up items on your lot:

    • Wood Trim Painting:  Some homes are showing signs of paint peeling on the wood trim of the home.  Please check your residence for any work to be performed.  Remember that if you are changing the color of your residence, you will need to get architectural approval first.
    • Moss Removal: Many times in our climate, moss will begin to grow on your roofs, walkways and/or driveway. You may want to hire a professional to treat the roof so that the moss does not get out of hand.
    • Gutter Cleaning: Please check your gutters for any cleaning needs inside and out.
    • Wood Fence Painting/Staining: Please inspect your wood fencing for any possible painting that needs to be scheduled.
    • Rear Yard Landscaping: Please begin mowing and weeding in your rear yard so that your lot remains in good order.

    Landscaping

    Now that summer is here and the irrigation systems are running, please let us know if you see any sprinklers that need attention such as broken heads, misdirected sprayers, etc. You can report any issues to your Community Manager via email. Thank you for helping us keep the landscaping healthy!

    Local Events

    If you’re looking for a great pastime, the Tigard Public Library has a lot of great programs and events.  Check out what’s coming up on their website.

    July 2012

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    Landscaping

    Now that summer is here and the irrigation systems are running, please let us know if you see any sprinklers that need attention such as broken heads, misdirected sprayers, etc. You can report any issues to your Community Manager via email. Thank you for helping us keep the landscaping healthy!

    Summer Reminders

    Summer is a great time to take care of some of the following clean up items on your lot:

    • Moss Removal: Many times in our climate, moss will begin to grow on your roofs, walkways and/or driveway. You may want to hire a professional to treat the roof so that the moss does not get out of hand.
    • Gutter Cleaning: Please check your gutters for any cleaning needs inside and out.
    • Wood Fence Painting/Staining: Please inspect your wood fencing for any possible painting that needs to be scheduled.
    • Rear Yard Landscaping: Please begin mowing and weeding in your rear yard so that your lot remains in good order.

    June 2012

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    • Summer Reminders: With summer now upon us, please review some of the following clean up items on your lot:
      • Moss Removal: Many times in our climate, moss will begin to grow on your roofs, walkways and/or driveway. You may want to hire a professional to treat the roof so that the moss does not get out of hand.
      • Gutter Cleaning: Please check your gutters for any cleaning needs inside and out.
      • Wood Fence Painting/Staining: Please inspect your wood fencing for any possible painting that needs to be scheduled.
      • Rear Yard Landscaping: Please begin mowing and weeding in your rear yard so that your lot remains in good order.
    • Looking for a fun pastime? There are many great events and programs at the Wilsonville Public Library. Check out their website for more information.
    • Keep trash cans and recycle bins out of view. Please remember that trash and recycle containers should only be placed out on the regularly scheduled trash pick-up day.
    • Thinking of making some exterior improvements? Remember, any changes or additions to the exterior of your property must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). The ARC form may be found on The Management Trust – Northwest website. When you apply to the ARC for any changes (before starting any structural or landscape improvement), be sure to include the plans and specifications showing (if applicable) the nature, shape, heights, materials, colors, and proposed location of the improvement. Remember that you must have your project approved in writing by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) before beginning work. Note that an ARC application must also be submitted if you want to install a satellite dish.