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VendaG
(Washington)

Posts:2


06/28/2006 11:17 PM  
I need to know how to get in touch with my H.O.A. I need to know if I can replace my fence with a cyclone fence, I don't have a phone # or a address. I'm sure the H.O.A. has to be registered somewhere thru the county/STATE. i JUST NEED THIS INFO ASAP.
GeraldT1


Posts:0


06/29/2006 5:23 AM  
VendaG,

Call your Borough hall and ask the Mayor's Clerk, or your Tax Assessor, or Code Department Official and ask for the info. Someone in your Borough's administration or local government must know.

If you have by-laws/governing documents, they should be on file with your county office of register, you may find this number in the phone book.

GeraldT1
RogerB
(Colorado)

Posts:5067


06/29/2006 7:24 AM  
Venda, ask your neighbors. If no one knows send a note to the address where you pay your assessment. If your HOA is active you certainly should be getting information from somewhere. If you don't receive or pay anything then what makes you think there is an active architectural committee to whom a request can be submitted?
BradP
(Kansas)

Posts:2640


06/29/2006 10:34 AM  
These are all great answers, like Roger said if you pay dues start with the address you mail the payment to.

Your declarations and covenants are probably filed with a local municipality, ours are with our counties register of deeds.

If you know the name of your subdivision, you can always get on your secretary of state's home page and do a business search under that name. It should have a contact name that can get the ball rolling.

I am assuming when you bought your house you didn't see any covenants, if the purchase was made recently try contacting your realtor?
VendaG
(Washington)

Posts:2


06/29/2006 9:12 PM  
Thanks for all of your suggestions. I will try them asap. I do pay dues. I just send my payment in with the letter. I know dumb me for not keeping the address. Again thanks. Venda
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