- What is the Arbor Vineyards Homeowners Association?
- How do I pay my assessments?
- When and where are meetings held?
- How do I get involved in the association?
- There’s a street light out, who should I call?
- There’s an abandoned vehicle in the neighborhood, who should I call?
What is the Arbor Vineyards Homeowners Association?
The Arbor Vineyards HOA is a non-profit corporation composed of homeowners in the Arbor Vineyards community. You automatically become a member when you purchase an Arbor Vineyards home.
Read more about associations on the Community Association Partners website.
How do I pay my assessments?
Community Association Partners is our managing partner and invoices our assessments. The mailing address for sending your assessment payments is:
Arbor Vineyards HOA
c/o Northwest Bank
P.O. Box 3460
Portland, OR 97208
If you have any questions about your invoice or payment, you can contact the Community Association Partners offices at 503-546-3400.
When and where are meetings held?
Board meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30PM in either the cafeteria or room 155 at Life Church located at 5585 SW 209th Avenue, Aloha, OR 97007.
All homeowners are encouraged to attend to participate in community business and present issues and concerns for consideration. Meeting minutes are posted on the Minutes page.
Elections of new board members are held at the Annual meeting, and the annual budget is approved by the members. A meeting notification, agenda, and proxy are sent out a month before to remind homeowners about the meeting and to encourage participation. Minutes for annual meetings can also be found on the Minutes page.
How do I get involved in the association?
We welcome participation from all homeowners in Arbor Vineyards and invite everyone to volunteer for Board positions or to serve on any of the association’s committees.
Board members are elected at annual meetings and any homeowner is eligible to run for a Board position (see the Bylaws for more details).
There’s a street light out, who should I call?
To report problems with street lights, use the report form on the PGE website. You will need to provide the map and pole number (both located on a round metal tag located at eye-level on each pole).
There’s an abandoned vehicle in the neighborhood, who should I call?
A vehicle is considered “abandoned” if it has been on a public right-of-way for more than 24 hours and:
- It appears to be disabled or inoperable; and/or
- It does not belong to anyone in the immediate area.
If the vehicle fits the criteria, please follow these instructions from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.