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April & May Dates
HOA meeting April 10th
Ladies Luncheon April 14th
Easter Egg Hunt April 19th
Community Yard Sale May 3rd
May HOA meeting May 8th

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This is a request for eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, APRIL 19 th , which will start at Noon. At this time we only have 830 eggs. Please provide a dozen (12) candy filled eggs for each child attending. Please tape the eggs so they do not open when we put them out. Extra eggs will also be appreciated.
Deliver the filled eggs to 99509 E. Brandon Drive by Thursday, April 17 th . There is a sign on the corner of E. Brandon and Cottonwood Springs Blvd. There is a large container with large colored egg stickers on the front porch for people to drop off eggs if no one is home.
If you decide at the last minute to participate please bring your eggs either to 99509 E. Brandon Drive before 9 a.m. on Saturday, APRIL 19 th or to the park at 10:30 a.m.
We will need volunteers to help hide the eggs in the park beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, APRIL 19 th . The more volunteers we have the faster we will be done.
Also don’t forget your dish for the pot luck right after the egg hunt.

If you can donate a few hours during the year to help, please let us know by emailing the HOA at hoa@cottonwoodspringshoa.com. The Board is always looking for volunteers to help within the community.

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Park Addition:
HOA Play Structure
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Building Standards Addendum 8/29/2011

Construction Policy Resolution 10/2010
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Construction Plan Approval Notice
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Swale Maintenance Notice
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The amendment to the CC&R's has passed. 126 votes were needed for the amendment to pass.  137 voted yes, and 20 voted no.  The votes were counted by Nancy Konopka, Matt Reisenweber, Todd Freitag and Dan Larsen.


See the 2010 List of Volunteers for the Architectural Review & Control, Landscaping & Parks, Welcoming, and Social, Advisory Committees. Thanks to all who are volunteering to make our neighborhood one of the finest in the Tri-Cities.

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Please Note our new Mailing Address:
Cottonwood Springs Homeowners Association
8524 W. Gage Blvd
#A-150
Kennewick, WA 99336

Take a look at the Cottonwood Springs Yellow Pages and submit any resources that could be made available to all residents within our development.

HOA Board
Dean Kutschkau-President
Jerrit Wiser -Vice President
Ben Tatro-Treasurer
Nancy De Selover-Secretary
Rex Ayers-Architecture Review
Lori Matthews- Director
Evelyn Cataldo
- Director

Recent News

Here are a few highlights from the Committee Resolution:

  • There are 4 permanent advisory committees with varying maximum numbers of members that will be used by the association.  These are the Architectural Control, Landscaping, Welcome, and Social Advisory Committees. See the List of Volunteers
  • The Board may create Special Action Committees for special projects it deems appropriate.
  • Additionally, if you would like to volunteer for work projects in the community, please let us know as well.  We would like to compile a list of homeowners we can call on for assistance if needed.  If you have already expressed interest in volunteering, please do so again.

Here are a few highlights from the Covenant Enforcement and Fining Policy:

  • This policy will go into effect on October 18th, 2009.
  • This policy creates a standardized format for all members to register complaints.
  • Courtesy notices may be sent to owners for violations if the board deems it appropriate.
  • Formal notices of violation will be sent if a violation goes unresolved.  They will have a specific deadline to meet and if not met will outline the fines that will be assessed if the owner refuses to comply.
  • Owners may request a hearing before the board before any fines are assessed.
  • Final notices following the deadline will also be delivered.
  • Corrective assessments may but are not required to be administered by the board.

The Association relies on its members voluntary compliance with the covenants set forth.  It is the Board’s duty to enforce those covenants as fairly and uniformly as possible.  This process will ensures those things for the benefit of all members.