Welcome to Goose Hollow Homeowners Association in Woodburn

Welcome to Goose Hollow Homeowners Association in Woodburn

Welcome to Goose Hollow Homeowners Association in WoodburnWelcome to Goose Hollow Homeowners Association in Woodburn

The following pages of this website will discuss the formation and operation of the Goose Hollow Homeowners Association.

About Us

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Our Location

Goose Hollow is a family friendly community located in the middle of the Willamette Valley in Woodburn, Oregon. Goose Hollow is situated between the 11th and 13th holes of the OGA golf Course at Tukwila. We have about 70 homes along Meridian and Hazelnut Drives.



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Our Community

Goose Hollow is a part of a larger community, the Tukwila Home Owners Association, a group of seven HOAs located near and around the Oregon Golf Association (OGA) Golf Course at Tukwila.

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our community, so feel free to visit our neighborhood, or stop in the office during normal business hours. 

Goose Hollow Homeowners Association

Goose Hollow Homeowners Association 955 Tukwila Dr Woodburn, OR 97071 US

(503) 982-4748

Hours

Open today

10:00 am – 02:00 pm

About Goose Hollow

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Leadership

DIRECTORS:



The Goose Hollow Home Owner's Association is guided by a Board of Directors. The Directors are elected by the home owners in our neighborhood at the annual home owners meeting. Each Director is elected for a three-year term. All Directors must be home owners of record, tenants or non-recorded owners residing in Member’s homes are considered Associate Members . Associate Members have most of the rights and responsibilities of Members but are prohibited from voting in GH-HOA elections, holding office or serving on the Board of Directors.



OFFICERS:

The Board has four Officers; the other members serve "At Large". The Board officers are President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Officers are chosen by the Board during the first Board meeting after the annual members meeting


GOOSE HOLLOW HOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS:



TITLE:                 NAME:                          TERM:



PRESIDENT      ROB CARNEY                 2020


TREASURER    WALT SANDS                  2020


SECRETARY     MARDI KNAPP               2021


VICE PRES.      CHRIS   LASSEN            2020


DIRECTOR        ROB PRINCE                 2020


DIRECTOR        MARDI KNAPP               2020


DIRECTOR        CHRIS LASSEN             2020


DIRECTOR        JOE FARKAS                 2021


DIRECTOR        ...  ...                                  ...




COMMITTEES: 



The Board has three active committees: CC&R, Pool, and Architectural Review. 

The CC&R committee deals with issues concerning the "Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions". 

The Pool committee administers the needs of the HOA community swimming pool. 

The Architectural Review committee deals with architectural design matters, property modifications and landscaping for the Goose Hollow HOA community.




COMMITTEE CHAIRS



TITLE:    NAME:



CCRC    ROB CARNEY


ARC.     ROB PRINCE


POOL    CHRIS LASSEN


By-Laws

These are the legal documents that were filed with the State of Oregon in Marion County to form the Goose Hollow Home Owners Association (GH-HOA).

Click to see and download the Articles below: (The following is a table of contents that will link to the page.)

ARTICLE I:       PLAN OF OWNERSHIP

ARTICLE II:      MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION

ARTICLE III:     BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ARTICLE IV:    OFFICERS

ARTICLE V:     BUDGET, EXPENSES AND ASSESSMENT

ARTICLE VI:    RECORDS AND AUDITS

ARTICLE VII:   AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS

ARTICLE VIII:  MISCELLANEOUS

You may download and print the documents for your use.

CC&Rs

GOOSE HOLLOW COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS (CC&Rs)

These are the rules and legal requirements in which we live by in our homeowner community.

Click on either link below for CC&R Articles 1 through 8, or 9-16: (The following is a table of contents that you can link to the page with the article.) You may download and print the documents for your use.

DECLARATION OF CC&Rs OF GOOSE HOLLOW SUBDIVISION

ARTICLE I:       DEFINITIONS

ARTICLE II:      NAME

ARTICLE III:     GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

ARTICLE IV:    ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL

ARTICLE V:     USE RESTRICTIONS AND OBLIGATIONS

ARTICLE VI:    COMMON PROPERTY

ARTICLE VII:   EASEMENTS

ARTICLE VIII:  ASSOCIATION

ARTICLE IX:    ANNEXATION OF ADDITIONAL PROPERTY

ARTICLE X:     MEMBERSHIP AND VOTING RIGHTS

ARTICLE XI:    COVENANTS FOR ASSESSMENTS

ARTICLE XII:   COMPLIANCE

ARTICLE XIII:  INSURANCE

ARTICLE XIV: DAMAGE AND DESTRUCTION

ARTICLE XV:  GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE XVI: AMENDMENTS TO DECLARATION


AMENDMENTS:

FIRST AMENDMENT 

    The Board voted on and approved an amendment to define vehicle parking, pertaining to commercial, service, or construction vehicles, boats, recreational vehicles, and vehicles being repaired.


Resolutions

Resolutions are policies voted by the Board

ENFORCEMENT RESOLUTION

This Policy is for accepting and acting on complaints lodged against home owners. This policy also covers fines and penalties that may be assessed.

     Click Enforcement to read the Board Resolution.

     If you feel you must file a complaint against another homeowner, please see the Grievance Protocol and form. 

     Click on Grievance to download the form alone. You may download and use the form as needed.


SOLAR PANELS

A home owner may wish to install solar power panels. This policy provides the guidelines for installation and approval of Solar Panels. An Architectural Request Form must be submitted to the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) prior to commencing work. See Architectural page on this website.

     Click Solar Panels to read the Board Resolution.


COLLECTION OF UNPAID CHARGES

Every home owner is required to pay annual GH-HOA dues, or fees. This policy establishes Guidelines on how the GH-HOA may collect Unpaid HOA Fees/Fines.

    Click Charges to read the Board Resolution.


SCHEDULED FEES & RENEWALS

Various Fees, Dues , or fines for Violations of Policies are Defined.

     Click on Fees/Fines for a list of same.


DRAFT - SWIMMING POOL RESERVE ACCOUNT

This resolution considers changing the pool reserve account from a Certificate of Deposit to a Money Market Fund to improve accessibility in case of quickly needed funds for emergency pool repairs.

    Click on Pool Reserve to read the Draft Resolution.


You may download and print the documents for your use.

Policies

The following are additional policies and guidelines pertaining to various aspects of living in the GH community. 

COMMON AREAS: SWIMMING POOL GUIDELINES

Required For Pool Usage - Please read and sign the document to gain access to the pool. 

All home owners have use of the GH swimming pool, subject to the rules and policies determined by the Board. You will need to read the rules, and sign that you have read them. Violating the rules may restrict your use of the pool. The pool is usually open from Memorial Day until Labor Day.

     Click Swimming Pool to read and fill out the form.


Use of Pool by Guests of Homeowners:

Homeowners may have guests or family members living with them for a period of time. The following form allows the adult guests to use the pool during their stay. The adult guests will not need the home owner to accompany them to the pool. Children must have adult homeowner supervision at all times.

     Click Pool Guests to read and fill out the form for guest usage of pool.


In Case of a Pool Complaint or Grievance: 

A homeowner may report a violation of pool rules and guidelines to the Pool Committee.

    Click Pool Grievance to file a complaint or grievance regarding pool problems.


NEW CONSTRUCTION & ARCHITECTURAL MODIFICATIONS:

See Architectural Page in this web site/page.

Architectural Standards and Guidelines:

The following will help explain the architectural standards and guidelines for the Goose Hollow community.


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN MANUAL

The Architectural Design Manual provides the minimum standards for home construction or modification to existing homes. The guidelines and standards show the required for any type of property alterations or additions

   Click Arch. Design Manual to see/read the manual.


ARCHITECTURAL SUBMITTAL FORM (modifications or alterations)

Fill out the following form if you plan on making any modifications, or additions to your property - buildings or landscaping. Please include a sketch or drawing of the proposed changes on the sheet provided in the form. 

The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) must review and approve the changes, before you make the proposed changes. The Architectural Submittal Form must be submitted for ARC Review/Approval. 


Making modifications to your house or landscaping without prior approval may result in assessment of fines or penalties. Making modifications the ARC has denied, or required you to change, may result in an assessment of fines or penalties.

   Click Arch. Submittal Form to fill out, print and submit requests for modifications or alterations.


ADDITIONAL ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES

More information for architectural or landscaping modifications. Use the Architectural Submittal form to request review and approval. It is required for any type of property alterations or additions - structure or landscaping.

   Click Additional Guidelines to see/read more information.


FENCE GUIDELINES

If you plan on adding a fence to your property, follow the guidelines in the following. Use the Architectural Submittal form to request review and approval (see the form discussed above). It is required for any type of fence  alterations or additions - structure or landscaping.

   Click Fence to see/read the Fence Guidelines and Standards.


ARCHITECTURAL CHECKLIST

This checklist is primarily for NEW construction, new homes. The checklist also applies to additions to existing homes. This gives the contractor a 'tool', a list of Items to review to be sure the construction will comply with the Architectural Design Manual. Non-compliance may result in denial to build the new home, to make the desired additions. The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) will review and approve or require changes to the Checklist and Plans. Construction without prior approval may result in assessment of fines or penalties.

   Click Checklist to see or use the Architectural Checklist.


ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE: 

What is an Architectural Review Committee, and what does it do? 

   Please click ARC to learn about this committee.


Landscaping Standards

The Landscaping Standards were added in 2013 by the Board. 

The Guidelines are for Landscaping installation and maintenance. 

The Architectural review & processes are to assist in maintaining the aesthetic quality of our neighborhood. 

The Landscaping Standards were updated in 2015 to reflect both the Goose Hollow HOA resolution regarding use of marijuana in the public spaces, and means and methods of dealing with sub-standard maintenance of the homeowner's landscaping.


   Click Landscaping Standards to see/read the manual.


Forms

The following forms are referenced in other parts of this web site/page, and are included here for your convenience. Click on the links below to retrieve the form for your use. You may download and print the documents for your use.


POOL REGISTRATION FORM

   Please see the Pool information on the Policies page.

ADDITIONAL POOL GUEST FORM

   Please see the Pool information on the Policies page.

POOL COMPLAINT/GRIEVANCE FORM

   Please see the Pool information on the Policies page.

ARCHITECTURAL GRIEVANCE/COMPLAINT FORM

   Please see the Architectural information on the Architectural page.

ARCHITECTURAL/LANDSCAPING MODIFICATION REQUEST SUBMITTAL FORM

   Please see the Architectural information on the Architectural page.

ARCHITECTURAL CHECKLIST (note: primarily new construction) FORM

   Please see the Architectural information on the Architectural page.


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Board Meetings:

The GH Board of Directors meet once a quarter on the third Monday of one month. You are welcome to attend. The first 15-30 minutes of each meeting is held open for homeowners/Goose Hollow members to participate in a public forum and provide information or input to the Board. 
Meetings are held in the Tukwila Recreation Center on the corner of Hazelnut and Tukwila at 7:00 PM.
The following are the meeting minutes for the 2019-2020 year (from Annual Meeting in May until April.) The meeting minutes are uploaded after being approved by the Board during the next business meeting.
Click on any of the links below to read the meeting minutes.


Fiscal Year 2019-20
May 2019 (Annual),  Aug 2019,  Dec 2019,  Mar 2020
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Fiscal Year 2018-19:
May 2018 (Annual), Sep 2018,  Dec 2018, Mar 2019
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Fiscal Year 2017-18: 

May 2017 (Annual),  July 2017*,  August 2017,  November 2017*,  February 2018,  Apr 2018
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* no Board Meeting held on these dates 

Fiscal Years 2016-2017

Past years' meeting minutes: 
Any of the meetings listed below can be read at the Tukwila Offices. 


Fiscal Year 2016-17:  May 2016 (Annual) ; May 2016 - Executive Mtg; July-2016; Aug-2016; Sep-2016; Oct-2016; Nov-2016; Dec-2016; 

Feb-2017
 

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* no Board Meeting held on these dates 

Fiscal Year 2015-16:


May-2015 (Annual Homeowner's Meeting)   June-2015  July 2015*  August 2015*   Sep-2015   Oct-2015 (Exec. Mtg.)   Nov-2015*   Dec-2015*   Jan-2016   Feb-2016   March 2016*   Apr-2016 


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* no Board Meeting held on these dates 

Fiscal Year 2014-15:

 May-2014  (Annual Homeowner's meeting)   Jun-2014  July 2014*   Aug-2014  Sep-2014   Oct-2014   Nov-2014*  Dec-2014*  Jan-2015  Feb-2015  Mar-2015  Apr-2015 *  

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 * no Board Meeting held on these dates 

FiscalYear: 2013-2014

May-2013 (Annual Homeowner's meeting)  Jun-2013   Jul-2013   Aug-2013*  Sep-2013   Oct-2013   Special meeting   Nov-2013 Dec-2013 Jan-2014 *  Feb-2014  Mar-2014  Apr-2014

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* no Board Meeting held on these dates