Pinewood Springs Property Owners' Association (PSPOA)
Welcome to the Pinewood Springs Community
in Larimer County Colorado
The Pinewood Springs Property Owners’ Association (PSPOA)
is an all-volunteer 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, with a certificate in good standing with the Colorado Secretary of State, and registered with the Colorado Division of Real Estate (CDRE) Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) Homeowners Owners Association (HOA) serving the community since 1975.
What the PSPOA does:
- Supports and enforces the
Protective Covenants - Pinewood Springs.
- Obtains Amerigas and Polar Gas propane discounts for paid PSPOA members.
- Provides residents with the Pinewood Springs & Estes Park Estates Resident Handbook.
- Pays insurance premiums, and property taxes, provides equipment and upkeep for the PSPOA-owned properties the Tubs and Crescent Lake Parks common areas.
- Distributes alerts and notifications through the PSPOA email list.
- Addresses community resident concerns and welcomes ideas.
- Provides education on living with wildlife.
- Provides PSPOA community information website.
- Sponsors community cleanups, repairs, and projects.
- Conducts and/or sponsors community events.
Pinewood Springs and Estes Park Estates Resident Handbook
Click on the Handbook!
The Pinewood Springs and Estes Park Estates Resident Handbook provides a continuing reference with information that residents may find helpful.
The Handbook includes website links and a directory for emergency and non-emergency services and county offices, and an introduction to community organizations and districts. A history of Pinewood Springs and Estes Park Estes is summarized.
The Pinewood Springs Property Owners Association (PSPOA) section provides information as to what the PSPOA does, covenants, by-laws, rentals, rules for using the PSPOA-Owned community parks, and rules specific to the Tubs.
The Pinewood Springs Fire Protection District (PSFPD) section provides Fire Protection District information on tax-supported funding, operations, elected Board of Directors, and all-volunteer Fire Protection District personnel. Additional PSFPD information includes “Always call 911 for Emergency” and fire mitigation sections.
The Roads section provides general road information including PWS Road District (GID #2) and EPE Road District (PID #25).
The Pinewood Springs Water District (PSWD) section provides PWS Water District history, information on operations, the Board of Directors, and where to make water payments. Important information follows for PWS Water District Residents and for water outside the PWS Water District.
Local area services directories and links include hospitals, urgent care centers, animal emergency centers, schools, park districts, libraries, churches, senior centers, USPS, electric, trash, recycling, and utilities.
Local law enforcement jurisdiction information is provided along with drivers’ and vehicle licensing, and voting contact information and links.
Larimer County Animal Control Ordinance information is provided along with area vegetation, area wildlife, and hunting and fishing.
Contributions were made by PSPOA Board Members, PSWD Board Members, Road Board Members, PSFPD Board Members and Command Officials, and community residents.
Pinewood Springs and Estes Park Estates - Resident Handbook_V4
Revision editor_V3, 2020, Joan Paskewitz.
Updated edition_V4, 02-27-2023.
Please send any suggestions and input to [email protected].
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Copyright © 2020-2023 Pinewood Springs Property Owners’ Association, Inc.
All rights reserved.
Road District Contacts:
Fire Protection District
for any emergency
PSPOA Contact Form
Voice your concern or suggest an agenda item.