Welcome to RVRMA Governing Documents. These are the legal documents that regulate how the River Valley Ranch Master Association is governed.
Start by reading the first two documents listed below. They provide an overview of the RVRMA Governing documents, including the purpose of each document, the hierarchy of authority for the documents, how and by whom each document can be amended, and other relevant information.
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RVRMA Governing Documents Overview
These two documents describe the purpose of each RVRMA Governing document.
Articles of Incorporation
Articles of Incorporation outline broadly the Association’s purpose, its authority/powers (including structure of the Executive Board, voting rights and amendment provisions), and the type of corporation.
The Amended and Restated Master Declaration of Protective Covenants
The ‘CC&Rs’ or ‘Declaration’, as it is commonly called, elaborates on the HOA powers and administrative authority granted in the Articles of Incorporation.
Bylaws will address rules and processes like how many people are on the board, what constitutes a quorum, how often various board and community meetings occur, how elections are conducted, notices to homeowners, and assessments.
Policies and Procedures
Policies address owners’ rights and obligations, for example, standards for the use of common areas or a ‘member in good standing’ policy. Procedures address the internal operations of the community association, such as collection procedures, and purchasing/contract policies.
Rules and Regulations
Rules and regulations are intended to provide a framework within which people can enjoy the benefits of, and live in harmony in a ‘community’ setting.
These documents describe the management and delivery of water at River Valley Ranch.
Golf Course Play and Operational Easement
These documents describe easements permitting golf course play and access for operational/maintenance purposes.
Colorado Common Interest Owner’s Act
CCIOA is the State of Colorado legislation that establishes standards for Home Owners Associations
CCIOA (Searchable Document)