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Dumpsters/Trash Service Committee Chair Needed

A volunteer (or two) is needed to handle the dumpster and trash service for the 2018 season. If you are willing to be responsible for this, contact Lawana (lawclan@gmail.com) to volunteer.

Water Assessment – First Installment Past Due

The first installment of the water assessment is now past due.  A late fee will be added on November 15th (15% late fee per Association Collection Policy). The second installment will be due on April 30, 2018.  The amount will be determined based on the grant money we’ve received.

Springs Closure – 9/25/2017

Notice to remaining and year-round residents of QCP – Springs will be winterized and closed for the season later this week; Wednesday, Thursday or Friday as weather permits. This includes CP3, Gilmore and Pitkin View (Pitkin View and No Name Loading Stations). Armstrong Loading Station will remain open through the winter as usual. Please note […]

Meeting Minutes Posted

Minutes for the annual meeting and the July board meeting have been posted in the Meeting Minutes section.


QCPOA WATER COMMITTEE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ON COLORADO WATER QUALITY COMPLIANCE PLAN FOR QCP SPRINGS INTRODUCTION In September, 2016, the Quartz Creek Properties Owners Association (QCPOA or the Association) Board of Directors (the Board) appointed a Water Committee to study and make a recommendation for complying with Colorado Water Quality Control Division (CWQCD) regulations related […]


Upcoming Meetings/Events

2018 Annual Meeting

The annual QCPOA meeting will be held on July 3, 2018 at 1:15 at the Community Center.

Board Meeting – Spring 2018

The date for the next board meeting has not been set yet.  

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Protect Your Cabin from Wildfires

Cabins are vulnerable to the ravages of wildfire. To help protect your property, your first defense is to establish a defensive zone around your structures.  Every year, hundreds of homes and outbuildings are destroyed by wildfire. Many of these structures could have been saved if cabin owners, and homeowners, had followed some simple suggestions   […]

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