As of this evening 3.3.19 the water is on in all parts of the association and the tank is nearly full.
Thank you everyone for your help and understanding

We have received several calls and emails over the weekend alerting us of the significant amount of snow on roofs and decks. They reported 3 plus feet of heavy packed snow on structures. Additionally, they reported concerns with older structures with flatter slope roofs and decks that appear to be bowing.  Due to the extreme cold weather the snow has not slid off the metal roofs and decks could face additional concerns and damage once that snow slides. I have to admit that I have not been to mountain in over a month so this is all second hand information.  We know additional storms are coming this week that could add to the issues.  If you have concerns please check your property out and be careful with falling snow and structural integrity.

2019 Annual Meeting and Association Dues

MEMBERSHIP DUES for 2019 will be $400 per lot again and are now payable.  Please send checks, payable to Aspen Acres Association, care of Bev White, Secretary, 2109 W. Jordan Villa Dr., West Jordan, UT 84088 (new address).  If you would like to pay in installments, please begin NOW so that they are paid in full by July 1st, when they become delinquent, which will result in keycards being deactivated with a fee of $5 per card to reactivate them; late fees of $25 per month will also accrue.

ANNUAL MEETING:  to be held Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:00 p.m.) at the Salt Lake County Council Chambers in the north building, 2001 S. State St., Salt Lake City, to provide members with an accounting of the prior year’s activities, to allow members to make recommendations and to elect members to the Board of Directors.  It’s important for you to attend and share your ideas, vote, and discuss summer projects. 

I received this message from our snow removal company
Please  remind people to not park on the west side of parking lot if space is available on the east side. The way the permanent residents are parking on the west side does not allow space to push the lot.

Everyone thanks for you help with this matter


As of this evening the water system has been shut down--again.  

We have lost approximately 3 thousand gallons of water overnight (24 hours).  This water outage presents a variety of issues and concerns for the Association.  With this large volume loss overnight we likely have a leak. .The problem is that we currently have have 4 to 6 feet of snow with more snow coming, making it almost impossible for us to find a leak without everyone's help.

If you have been at you cabin in the last week we need you verify that you do not have a leak at your property.  On a quick evaluation of the problem it would appear that the leak may be in the upper loop.  This would be upper creek Road, Ute trail, Navajo Way, Comanche, Apache Way, upper Seneca, Eagle way Upper Canyon road. Please make sure that even if your water is turned off in or under your house that your property does not have a leak, also verify that your water standpipe has not become  damaged from snow sliding from the roofs. The faster we can locate the leak the sooner we can try to get the water turned on.

We appreciate your help and understanding.  We will update you as soon as information becomes available.

Please share this message with others in the association and please assist your neighbors in looking for a leak.  I apologize for the late notice, I am currently out of state and working with an older version of the the email list

As of this evening the water is on in all parts of the association and the tank is nearly full.

Thank you everyone for your help and understanding

The Snow Gate is CLOSED

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