Hello Neighbors, The bylaws for the homeowners association (HOA) as well as the covenants for each section of CCC are located in the links below. If you are not sure which section of Copper Creek Crossing you reside in, please refer to the map link below: HOA bylaws Map of CCC sections Covenant for CCC section 4 Covenant for CCC section 6 Covenant for CCC section 7 Covenant for CCC section 8
Now that the worst of the pandemic is behind us, the CCC Homeowners Association Board is looking for volunteers to help plan and execute upcoming activities and programs. In particular, there is an urgent need for a new treasurer. There are also multiple committees in need of a chairperson. Anyone who is interested in volunteering for a two-year term can contact the board at CopperCreekEdmond@gmail.com.
Due to multiple unforeseen circumstances, the annual meeting of the Copper Creek Crossing Homeowners Association - originally scheduled for tomorrow on Zoom - has to be postponed. The meeting will be rescheduled after the holidays and likely take place in January. Please follow us in our Facebook group, on Nextdoor, or here at http://coppercreekcrossinghoa.com for updates.
The annual meeting of the Copper Creek Crossing (CCC) Homeowners Association (HOA) will take place from 3-4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6. Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s meeting will be held virtually on Zoom: Zoom meeting ID: 943 7835 4493 Passcode: CCC73012 URL: https://tinyurl.com/y67xb8ua Residents will receive a meeting agenda and related documents in the mail several weeks prior to the meeting. Anyone who is unable to attend but would like to pose questions should forward them to email@example.com no later than Dec. 4. The meeting video will be posted on the HOA website for residents that are unable to attend on Zoom.
Copper Creek Crossing HOA members on Nextdoor should notice a slight change there. In order to eliminate confusion about "which Copper Creek is which" and facilitate communications among members of the homeowners association, the board worked with Nextdoor to make Copper Creek Crossing - that is, the dues-paying part of Copper Creek - into its own community on Nextdoor. HOA who use Nextdoor don’t have to do anything; they should be automatically moved from “Copper Creek” to “Copper Creek Crossing" on ND. Everyone will still have the same ability to communicate with other neighborhoods they have always had. But this change will also allow CCC members to post items exclusively for other members of the HOA. Kudos to board president Matt Stuart for coordinating this improvement with the folks at…
Several Copper Creek Crossing residents have had items in their unlocked cars stolen over the last month. If you keep your car in the driveway or in the street, be sure to lock it…especially at night. Please share this warning with any of your neighbors who may not see it here.
Congratulations to Janie Go for being selected in the drawing for free 2021 homeowner association dues in Copper Creek Crossing! More than 20 residents sent in their contact information to enter the contest, and two winners were drawn from those names early this week. One of the winners was Janie Go; the other winner requested their name not be published. Thanks to everyone who participated!
Given covenant requirements regarding trash cans, it’s always a good idea for residents to have one or two neighbors they can call on if, for some reason, they can’t take care of this requirement between Wednesday evenings and Monday evenings. Obviously, even conscientious residents sometimes encounter situations where they have to unexpectedly leave town or are otherwise unable to meet the covenant requirements - i.e., business trips, illnesses, recent surgery, family emergencies, etc. Moreover, some elderly residents may have difficulty with trash cans on an ongoing basis. That said, if a resident has no neighbor to call on in such a situation, they can contact the HOA board at CopperCreekEdmond@gmail.com to advise us of the situation. Board members can either take care of the cans for the resident that week…
There's five more days to enter the drawing for free HOA dues (or the equivalent if you rent) in 2021! Per the flyer that was mailed to all residents last month, all CCC residents have to do is send an email with the subject line “Email for $200” and the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org : •The name(s) of the head of your household •Your street address •Your email address Emails must be received NO LATER THAN JUNE 30. Two household will be selected at random to receive free HOA dues in 2021. (Renters will get a $200 Visa gift card instead.) NOTE: Contact information will only be used by the board and its management company (TPC) to communicate with homeowners about Copper Creek Crossing issues. Your information will not be shared elsewhere.
A MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD: There appear to be some misconceptions about recent efforts by the Copper Creek Crossing Homeowners Association (HOA) board to improve compliance with the homeowners covenants that all of us signed when we moved into Copper Creek Crossing. (For those of you who rent, your landlords signed them.) Before going further, we should note that these misconceptions only apply to the sections of Copper Creek that have mandatory HOA dues – that section is “Copper Creek Crossing” (CCC). The other part of Copper Creek – “Copper Creek Neighborhood” – has a separate neighborhood association. Please refer to the map link at the bottom of this post to determine if you are in Copper Creek Crossing, which includes the sections of the linked map that are in color. That said, allow…
HOA board member Dave Ermon was out on the Greenbelt earlier this month tending to some much-needed clean-up under one of the bridges there (see photos). Despite the fact that the area in question was home to numerous snakes and frogs, he did a great job of clearing it out. Kudos to Dave!