Railroad Springs 66 HOA is governed by its Covenants, Articles of Incorporation, and applicable state and county law (the Property Owners Act being the most important). Unless otherwise noted in the law, the state law takes precedence over our documents. The order of precedence of our documents is as listed above — i.e. if there are contradictions, the Covenants rule, then the Articles of Incorporation, etc.
We also have rules and regulations found in our Standards Manual. These are easily changed by a board vote, but affect our life more than some of the other, more arcane, law. The Standards Manual contains the standards by which we maintain our home and common areas. It is a “must read” before you do anything with the exterior of your home, much less dispose of trash and debris.
Both the Railroad Springs 66 HOA Manual and the Standards Manual are completely cross-referenced, so often it is easier to look up information in them here, on the site, rather than in the hard copy version. To find particular references in either manual, use your browser’s search function to find all references to a particular term.
Everyone should be familiar with the contents of these documents (PDF® files):