IVY SPRINGS HOA
8441 Ivy Springs Lane West Jordan Utah 84081
If you are parked on the street between Midnight and 6:00 am or longer than 1 week (continuous same spot) in visitor parking you will be towed.
Snowy Mountain Towing 801-685-8300
New: Residents we are working on making it easier for the Board to communicate important community information. We have added a new page for conatct information please fill out the Email Registration form so we can communicate more quickly and keep our mailing cost down.
New: Notice: The 2013 Insurance Certificate has been attached to the HOA Documents Page. If your mortgage company has requested a copy please download or print the file and send it to them.
Pet Fine: All owners not immediately picking up after their pet will be fined the maximum amount of $200.00
Rain Gutters leaking send the HOA and email with you address and location of leak we will add you to the work order to be performed late summer early fall.
Winter is Coming!
Cold weather is here. In preparation for this the association would like to advise the homeowners of some things that will save them money as well as considerable inconvenience. Every winter we usually have 2 or 3 units where the water pipes freeze. If one unit’s water pipes freeze it always freezes up the other 2 units in the building. The management committee strongly recommends that you review the attached frozen pipe alert document. Following these simple procedures will significantly reduce the possibility of frozen pipes, the expense and inconvenience of this problem. While the weather is good, find the exterior water shut off valve out in front of your building. Also locate the isolation water shut off valve for your own unit.
Please be advised that if your pipes freeze the entire cost of the repair work needed will be your cost. Also remember even though under the new insurance laws you can file a claim under the association’s master policy the unit owner is responsible for the entire deductible amount before any claim can be filed. Remember, the association insurance deductible is $25,000.00.
Snow removal is a very difficult and costly task for the association. Our landscaper will be providing the snow removal services this winter. The association would appreciate and hope that those residents who are capable and able would help out in this effort. The walk ways from your front door to the driveway are very short and could easily be done by the resident. Most of us park in our driveways so shoveling around our cars would be very easy as well. The cost by the hour to perform the hand shoveling for the driveways and walkways is estimated at about $700.00 per time, depending upon how much snow there is. If you do choose to help in this effort please make certain that you do not put down rock salt on the cement. Please use ice melter. Residents are responsible for their own ice control on their front walks after the initial work have been done. Even though the association will do everything reasonable to make things safe for all residents, at the end of the day we are all homeowners and have the ultimate responsibility to make certain that your exclusive limited common areas are clear and safe. Remember, we live in Utah and during the winter everyone needs to be a bit more careful.
Remember that Ivy Springs does have a parking policy that is enforced regularly. No street parking 12 Midnight to 6:00 am. Please visit the Ivy Springs website for additional information.
Please be advised that when the temperature gets below 25 degrees there is a good possibility of your pipes freezing up. This has happened several times over the years. If your pipes do freeze, it will take sometime to get a plumber over to help the situation out. This is also very costly to you the owner and a lot of inconvenience to all residents living in the building. The plumbing companies are always backed up during very cold temperatures and so it could take several hours before any help would be available to help you. In many cases the walls need to be cut to access the pipes. There is also the possibility of the pipes bursting in which event this would cause many $1,000.00’s damage to the unit and building. Water comes into all units from one location per building.
Things you can do to help reduce this problem.
These small things will help considerably in reducing the threat of frozen pipes and reduce the time it takes to restore water if pipes do freeze.
If your pipes do freeze please call the management office at 278-5060, 641-1069 or 949-4030. The association uses Millcreek Plumbing for this service. 801.518.2114 or 801.573.7137.