Legends Homeowners Association

Here are some of our more frequently asked questions. If you do not find an answer to your question here, you may email the helpdesk by clicking the following link. 

legendshoaservice@hotmail.com
1.     If I have the yard maintenance program and wish to drop it and maintain my own yard, what do I    
       need to do?
        The Landscape Maintenance agreement is for a period of one year and cannot be canceled within the one year. If you wish to discontinue your maintenance for the next season, you must provide written notice at least 30 days prior to April 1 of the next year, your maintenance agreement automatically renews and you will have to wait until the following April. This is because the HOA pays a significant amount of money at the beginning of the year to bring services like shrub pruning, aeration, and fertilization that we do not charge for. This money is reimbursed through the course of the year.

2.     I do not have the yard maintenance program and I wish to sign up, what do I need to do?

        If you would like to start the maintenance program you may print off the Landscape Maintenance agreement from under HOA Documents. Fill it out and e-mail it to legendshoaservice@hotmail.com and you will be set up on the maintenance program. Service will begin the following week. 

3.     What are the landscape requirements?

        The standard minimum requirements for landscaping and how to submit for landscaping approval can be found on this site under HOA Documents.

4.     What do I do if there is an irrigation emergency?

        If there is a break in an irrigation line or if the pump is off you may contact Jordan Abeloe (970) 234-5685. 

5.      Who turns my irrigation system on?

        When the watering season begins the HOA starts up the main system, if you are on the maintenance 
program your individual system will be turned on. If you are not on the Maintenance program it is your responsibility to start up your individual system. 

6.      Who shuts down and winterizes my irrigation system?

        The HOA is responsible for ensuring that all systems get properly blown out including those who are not on the maintenance program. It is important that every ones system is blown out at the same time to ensure there is no water left in any of the lines.  

7.      When are my HOA fees due?

         Maintenance Program: HOA fees are billed monthly and are due by the 15th of that month.

         Non Maintenance program: HOA fees are due by the 15th of January and will be billed at the beginning         of January. Not recieving a bill does not mean you do not have to pay.

8.      What is the irrigation schedule?

        Please see HOA Documents for the watering schedule.