Q2 HOA ASSESSMENTS ARE DUE APRIL 1ST

Q2 HOA Assessments are due April 1st and delinquent if not received by April 10th.  Q2 HOA payments may be dropped off at the Town Office until 12:00pm on April 10th.  Any received after this time, will be delinquent.  As of the end of February, HSTA delinquent accounts totaled $53,855.79. Please call the HSTA office or AMI to check the balance on your account.  Did you remember to account for the $4.50 Sewer Assessment increase effective Q1?  Quarterly HOA Assessmen...

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YEW PLANTS TOXIC TO WILDLIFE, PETS AND HUMANS

Please note: In light of recent findings by Idaho Fish and Game and the toxicity risks to elk and deer in the Boise Foothills, the Town Design Review Board has determined yew evergreen plants of any variety are no longer included in the approved plant materials list for the Village Plant Palette.  Yews were only on the Village Plant Palette and were never approved for Valley or Foothills lots. Idaho Fish and Game is urging homeowners who live in the Boise foothills to remove the plants ...

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ACHD STREET SWEEPING

Last week, ACHD sweepers began street sweeping in neighborhoods, having finished the arterial and collector roads in the county. The District has its entire fleet of 22 sweepers working in the nine zones across Ada County, matching operators to the routes they know intimately to remove sand from winter maintenance. Check the ACHD website for updates on when the sweepers will hit areas within the zones. The sweepers will focus first on arterial and collector roads, and streets that drain to a...

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INTERNET SAFETY CLASS FOR KIDS - April 11th at 6:00pm @ the Clubhouse

The HSTA and Ada County Sheriff’s Office hosted an Internet Safety class for parents November 2016.  It was well attended and very informative.  This is the follow up class specifically for tweens and teens - parents are encouraged to attend with their child. Please RSVP to Kristen to attend the class as space is limited and ACSO needs a count for materials handed out in the class call 229-2325 or email office@hiddensprings.com.

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BECOME A HIDDEN SPRINGS POOL MONITOR

Hidden Springs will be hiring pool monitors again this year from a group of resident applicants (15+).  Monitors are assigned to the community pools for the season to open/close, check the facilities, maintain the decks, and enforce the rules.  HSTA is hosting a job fair Saturday April 8th from 10:00am to 3:00pm.  Interested applicants are invited to stop in for an interview! 

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WET WEATHER TRAIL USE

Wet weather conditions often mean muddy trails!  We encourage residents to make responsible decisions when considering hiking and biking community trails.  Using the trails when they are soft and muddy compromises drainage dips that were put in to mediate trail erosion.  When users walk off or to the side of the trail to avoid mud, vegetation is killed and ultimately the trail is widened.  Foot and bike tracks on wet trails create deep holes and grooves making future use unp...

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A FEW COMMUNITY REMINDERS

Q2 HOA Assessments are due April 1st and delinquent if not received by April 10th.  The office continues to receive a number of reports each week regarding dog waste, dogs off leash and even attacks.  Please remember that ALL residents who are dog owners are required by the Hidden Springs CC&Rs to control or leash their dogs as well as immediately remove any waste left by their dogs. The information stations in the mail room continue to be vandalized. The built-in bulletin b...

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FEEDING BIG GAME DISCOURAGED BY IDFG

(Communication on behalf of IDFG) IDFG has a great website (https://idfg.idaho.gov/conservation/winter-feeding) with information about the negative effects of feeding deer.   The biggest concerns have to do with feeding the wrong diet and the multiple issues that arise when deer are artificially grouped together (range damage, spread of disease, increased depredation, etc).   Another issue is the animals grow used to being near people and their landscaping.  Unfortunately,...

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ANNUAL MEETING / 2017 TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION

Thank you to all the residents who attended the Annual Meeting Tuesday December 13th and the rescheduled meeting Monday December 19th.  At the close of the rescheduled Annual Meeting, the Town Council Elections roll call of votes totaled 132.  This was less than the necessary 50% of present and proxy votes at the rescheduled meeting, to constitute a quorum. Therefore, business could not be conducted (including electing a new Council) Below are the results however, enough votes w...

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PARKING LOT SAFETY

The Hidden Springs Marketplace (Mercantile, Mail Room, Library, etc.) most days is a bustling center of activity.  We need everyone’s help to keep our community safe – children and adults.  The HSTA, and business owners will discuss this topic in detail.  Parents, please take a minute this week to discuss the dangers of playing in parking lots. KidsandCars.org recommends reminding your child that parked vehicles may move and that even though they can see a vehicle, th...

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