Frequently Asked Questions
All home owners are required to complete the submitted landscaping within one year of initial occupancy.
Pets need exercise (it’s good for people too), but please do not allow your pets to run loose.
Disciplinary actions by a HOA are typically in the form of fines, but in more serious cases may go as far as a lien on the property.
Oak Springs homeowners are required to pay quarterly dues of $60. OAK SPRINGS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 4786 BOZEMAN, MT 59772
Yes, any improvements to your lot require approval from the ARC. Please submit your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, every owner of a lot is a member of the HOA.
Our park is designated as a Bozeman city park and be used by anyone. The use of the pavilion is on a first come first service basis.
– pick up after your pets
– leash pets when on walkways and around others
– don’t feed or touch others’ pets without the owners permission
– pet waste stations may be relocated during park project construction beginning this month
It is the responsibility of each homeowner to maintain the appearance of their property.
RV/Automobiles. Boats. trailers, vehicles larger than a standard pick-up, tractors, campers, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, etc. when not in actual use shall be kept in a screened or hard paved area in a sideyard. No parking shall be permitted of these vehicle types on the public right-of-way or in alleys (unless in a designated parking area). All automobiles shall be parked in their respective garages, or on the driveways leading to the garage. All recreation vehicles shall be stored within enclosed or covered parking or offsite.
As per the Oak Springs Covenants:
“Pg 24. Section 30. Parking, RV/Automobiles: ….All automobiles shall be parked in their respective garages or on the driveways leading to the garage. All recreation vehicles shall be stored within enclosed or covered parking or offsite.”
Parking overnight on the streets is not allowed. Please utilize your garage and driveway for your automobile parking. If street parking must be used, we are asking that you at least park in front of YOUR home. Recreational vehicles need to be enclosed, screened, or on a parking pad in a side yard.
If street parking is abused you will be subject to fines.
Oak Spring’s residents will appreciate your cooperation!
In Bozeman, vehicles or trailers parked on a public street or highway must be moved every 48 hours. A vehicle or trailer clearly left parked on a public street over 5 days will be ticketed and flagged as abandoned to allow the registered owner an opportunity to address the problem and move the vehicle or trailer. Please call the Police Department at 406-582-2000 to report the violation.
Residential sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice within 24 hours of any accumulation. The HOA will remove the snow from the streets and common areas if the accumulation is greater than three inches.