STAGESTOP MONTHLY BOARD MEETING: The November meeting will be Saturday, Nov. 11th, 9:30 - 11:00 am at the Stagestop firehouse. Come meet your neighbors and get acquainted with what is going on in your Stagestop community.
2017 LAST CHIPPER DAY: SATURDAY - AUGUST 26TH. Email StagestopFireMitigation@gmail.com to sign up.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL COMMITTEE: To reach the ACC with convenant concerns or questions email StagestopACC@gmail.com.
According to the Stagestop Covenants, any construction or alterations to existing structures or property must be pre-approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC members and associated forms can be found under the left side panel for Architectural Control Committee
FIRE INFORMATION: Call Jefferson-Como Fire Protection District (719) 836-2082 or www.jcfpd.org for details.
Indian Mountain Burn Pit: Indian Mountain Burn Pit will NOT open as scheduled, and may not open at all unless we get enough moisture for the fire Department to burn the slash from previous years.
Stagestop is a Covenant Controlled Community: Please remember that Stagestop is a Covenant Controlled Community. If you did not receive a copy of the Covenants and Bylaws you can access them directly from the website under the left side panel, Covenants & Bylaws / MOU.
Per the covenants of the SOA, any construction or alterations to existing structures or property must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC board members and the associated documents can be found under the left side panel, Architectural Control Committee.
Tarryall Fishing Club: Click on the TFC link in the menus on the left fTor the latest fishing news.
Well Ownership Changes: Anyone who has acquired a home or land in Stagestop which has an existing well should register the transfer of well ownership with the Colorado Division of Water Resources. A Form is available on their website. The Form Id is GWS-11, Change in Ownership. It's in section V, Well Permitting, General.
OHV/ATV Warning From The Sherriff's Office: The Sheriff's office spends a lot of time chasing down reports of OHVs (ATVs, unlicensed motorcycles, and 4 wheelers) on the county roads. It is illegal, regardless of age of the operator, for OHV/ATVs to be operated on publicly maintained roads , including publicly maintained subdivision roads which includes Stagestop roads. It is also illegal for any unlicensed person under the age of 16 to operate an OHV on any public property including US Forest Service. All OHVs must be trailered or hauled to all locations for operation.