Q: What is CPRA?
A: CPRA is a non-profit community organization chartered to enhance the lives of the Colony Pines residents.
Q: Why does Colony Pines have a Homeowners Association?
A: The developer of Colony Pines initially planned to install a pool for community use and decided that a Homeowners Association would be the best method to manage the operation. The pool was never built, but the association remained in place.
Q: Is it mandatory to be a member of the CPRA if I live in Colony Pines?
A: No. Membership is voluntary. A little history and legal lesson on the matter…the decision to have a Homeowners Association in Colony Pines occurred after homes within the neighborhood had already sold. Legally, it would be nearly impossible to impose a mandatory Homeowners Association on those homes. So, the decision was made to have voluntary membership.
Q: If membership is voluntary, what do I get for becoming a member?
A: Members of CPRA contribute to the upkeep of the entrance and park. Members also enjoy various community social events held on a quarterly basis.
Q: Does the city own the park?
A: No. CPRA owns the park and is resposible for upkeep of the grounds, equipment, insurance, and electricity.
Q: Who maintains the front entrance?
A: CPRA. The association is responsible for upkeep of the signs located on the corner of Denbigh Blvd. and Woodside Ln.
Q: Where does the money go?
A: $5500 per year. It breaksdown as follows:
|Postal Drop Box||$35||annually|