Should Short Term Rentals (AirBnB, VRBO) be allowed in Autumn Creek?
Take the survey!
The Board is asking for feedback from the community regarding short term vacation rentals – commonly known as AirBnB and VRBO – here in Autumn Creek. Let your voice be heard by taking the survey. In the upper right corner of this website, next to your name, is a bell and the number 2. Click the bell and select the survey.
Want to track the results of the survey? Click HERE
or the link in the left margin.
The survey is ending Nov 30th
at which time I will begin compiling the results.*NOTE: You must be a registered member of the website to access the survey and view the results.
Board of Directors Meeting
*NOTE: You must be a registered member of the website to access these documents.Click HERE, or "Calendar of Events" in the left margin for more upcoming meeting details and to RSVP. Don't forget, Board meetings are open to all property owners. Owner comments and suggestions are welcome and necessary. If you cannot attend a meeting but have a topic you'd like discussed, send an email to the board, [email protected]
- The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for December 9th.
- The meeting time is 9:30am
- Location is Dave's barn
- The agenda has been posted in the folder to the left
- Meeting details are in the calendar entry or by clicking HERE
- Agendas, Minutes, and Treasurer's Reports from past meetings are available in the Board Mtg Archive in the left margin*
The new front gate motors are installed and ready to go!!
Attention all "Creekers", the new gate motors are installed and operational as of Saturday, September 23rd
- New gate remotes are required
- The new remotes are available from Dave Hammerschmidt
- The cost for the remotes is $20 — cash or check made out to ACPOA
- The manual gate code to type in at the keypad is the same as before
- Click HERE for Dave's contact information and the gate code
Congratulations new board members!
- Shannon Tor — President — Elected to a 2yr term
- Dave Hammerschmidt — Vice President — Elected to a 2yr term
- Dave Young — Treasurer — Elected to a 2yr term
- Cheryl Horwart — Secretary — Appointed to a 1yr term
- Charles Schoubroek — Board Member — Serving 2nd of 2yr term
- Chip Miyler — Board Member — Elected to a 2yr term
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2023 Dues are due!
If you would like to make a payment online, select the icon in the upper right of the screen (the bell with the number by your name) or select this LINK
It is secure, encrypted, and the payment is posted within 5 business days directly to the bank. No need for postage. ** A small service fee will be added to your payment. The fee is $12.86 if using a credit or debit card; $5.17 if you use a checking account.
Fremont County has lifted the fire ban
The Tallahassee Fire Protection District (TFPD) always follows and enforces any (and all) Fire Restrictions imposed by Fremont County.
Burning of trash is illegal by State Law and illegal at all times regardless of fire restrictions.
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Fire danger is MODERATE
Please remember the following:
Stay informed at the TFPD website: https://tallahasseefpd.colorado.gov/ OR on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TallahasseeFPDGo to top
- You must contact the TFPD Fire Chief by calling (719) 275-3058 to obtain permission for open burning. All requests by District residents or property owners to conduct a controlled burn are subject to prior approval
- No fire or grill should be left unattended, and shall have an adequate water supply and/or fire extinguisher on site
- Use water to put out a fire or campfire. Using dirt will not always extinguish a fire and some embers can stay hot underground for a long time
- You cannot burn tree stumps, tires, plastic, cut lumber, construction debris, trash, chemicals
- In the State of Colorado, it is illegal to burn anything in barrels (or burn barrels)
Please click HERE for a very important message that affects anyone living in or visiting the ranch.
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Request from the Road Committee
The Road Committee is recommending those of us with 4WD to please engage it while driving the roads. When the roads are wet, it increases safety and reduces the depth of ruts by not spinning wheels. When the roads are dry, it reduces the occurrence of tire "chatter" which displaces newly laid gravel. In both cases, the roads we pay so dearly for will benefit.
Thanks to all for your participation!
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