A huge shout out to all those that helped clean up the trails last weekend for the annual Trail Walk! It was great to see the families come along as well and we made a lot of progress.
Monthly CVOA Board meetings are the third (3rd) Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm.
Board President - Jenn Thompson
Vice President - Nikki Hampton
Treasurer - Russelee Horsburgh
Assistant Treasurer - Bonnie Straight
Secretary - Caitlin Reicks
Director - Chuck Mione
Director - Sal Palazzolo
Director - Cammi Riemenschneider
Director - Tim Egbert
The Architectural Control Committee exists to help ensure consistent application of design criteria and requirements included in the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R’s) and Architectural Specifications and Standards. All proposed exterior changes to homes and landscaping must be reviewed and approved by this committee prior to work commencing. Some examples include: changes to house color, installation of a new roof, addition of more living or garage space, patio covers, construction of fences, placement of storage shed or significant changes to the landscaping in your yard.
This committee also handles Covenant Violations and tries to resolve these violations with the homeowner. If a homeowner does not comply with the Covenants, corrective action up to and including legal action may be taken. All complaints must be in writing with your name and phone number so that we can sure to address the correct issue on the correct property. All complaints will be kept confidential.
The Landscape and Maintenance Committee plans and oversees the maintenance of the common area which includes berms, lawns, bedding areas, sprinkler irrigation system, micro paths, and the desert belt areas. The committee serves as a liaison with our landscape maintenance contractor to assure that the care of our common areas is done properly. Landscape maintenance is the largest cost item in the budget or our homeowners association.
The committee serves as a liaison with our landscape maintenance contractor and Sentry Management to assure that the care of our common areas is done properly.
The Neighborhood Watch Committee is led by a chairperson who is in touch with the Boise Police
Department and is part pf the CVOA Communications and Events Committee. Columbia Village
Neighborhood Watch is organized into a team of block captains who are the contact people for specific
sections of the neighborhood. The committee is responsible for maintenance of the
Neighborhood Watch signs located on each street. Columbia Village has approximately 90 designated
small sections for block captain participation. There’s always a need for more help and the time
commitment is very minor, although some block captains go above and beyond by planning block parties and other fun activities. Block Captains act as as a ‘telephone tree’ and to communicate with neighbors in the
event of an neighborhood emergency. The Neighborhood Watch chairperson holds meetings once or
twice per year for block captains to share ideas and learn more about what is happening in our
community from guest speakers such as BPD, Carey Guard, and other relevant resources.
Communications and Events Committee plan a few annual events including the pool Opening Day in the spring and National Night Out in the fall. Members of this committee work with the CVOA management company and the webmaster to provide updates to the website.
8:30am - 5:00pm
6149 N Meeker
Boise, ID 83713
T: 208-323-1080 x59509
Contact: Christian Brockl
11am - 3pm
3655 E. Lake Forest
Boise, Idaho 83716
Contact: Christian Brockl
Sentry has an experienced manager on call for after-hours and weekend emergencies.