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Notice: The Druid Hills POA is neither part of or associated with the unofficial and misleading “social club” entity self-identified as Druid Hills Homeowners Association, Druid Hills Home Owners Association, Druid Hills HOA, DH HOA, or DHHOA.
Overview The Druid Hills Property Owners Association (POA) is a Colorado nonprofit corporation formed on December 11, 1985 by the filing of Articles of Incorporation with the Colorado Secretary of State. It is the homeowners association referenced in the Druid Hills POA Declaration, and has certain rights and responsibilities as specified in the Druid Hills POA Declaration, including the right to collect assessments from the members of the Druid Hills POA, as well as enforce the provisions of the Druid Hills POA Declaration.
Brief History and Standing Druid Hills was initially created as a subdivision in Teller County, Colorado in 1971 by the recording of a subdivision plat. About the same time, the Declaration of Protective Covenants for Druid Hills was recorded on July 1, 1971 at Reception No. 210614 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado (hereafter referred to as the “Original Declaration”). The Original Declaration was amended by a document entitled “Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants” recorded December 1, 1971 at Reception No. 213178 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado. The Original Declaration created restrictions on the use of all of the lots in Druid Hills subdivision as it existed in 1971 as well as certain obligations of the owners of the lots. In 2001, the Original Declaration, as amended, was further amended by a document entitled “Second Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants (Druid Hills – Filing One”) which was recorded on June 29, 2001 at Reception No. 520066 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado (hereafter referred to as the “2001 Declaration”). The 2001 Declaration states that it replaces and supersedes the Original Declaration in all respects. The 2001 Declaration was then amended by a document entitled “Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants for Druid Hills Filing No. 2” recorded on July 31, 2002 at Reception No. 536825 (also referred to as the “2002 Amendment”) which made all of the restrictions and obligations contained in the 2001 Declaration effective as to all of the lots in Druid Hills Filing 2, and also created additional restrictions and obligations with respect to the Filing 2 lots only. The 2001 Declaration and the 2002 Amendment combined is also referred to as the “Druid Hills POA Declaration.” Read the full letter by the Druid Hills POA attorney that provides more information and details.

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© 2019 Druid Hills Property Owners’ Association, Inc. All rights reserved.
READ MORE ABOUT THE POA
PURPOSE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE POA PURPOSE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE POA
Overview The Druid Hills Property Owners Association (POA) is a Colorado nonprofit corporation formed on December 11, 1985 by the filing of Articles of Incorporation with the Colorado Secretary of State. It is the homeowners association referenced in the Druid Hills POA Declaration, and has certain rights and responsibilities as specified in the Druid Hills POA Declaration, including the right to collect assessments from the members of the Druid Hills POA, as well as enforce the provisions of the Druid Hills POA Declaration.
Brief History and Standing Druid Hills was initially created as a subdivision in Teller County, Colorado in 1971 by the recording of a subdivision plat. About the same time, the Declaration of Protective Covenants for Druid Hills was recorded on July 1, 1971 at Reception No. 210614 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado (hereafter referred to as the “Original Declaration”). The Original Declaration was amended by a document entitled “Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants” recorded December 1, 1971 at Reception No. 213178 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado. The Original Declaration created restrictions on the use of all of the lots in Druid Hills subdivision as it existed in 1971 as well as certain obligations of the owners of the lots. In 2001, the Original Declaration, as amended, was further amended by a document entitled “Second Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants (Druid Hills – Filing One”) which was recorded on June 29, 2001 at Reception No. 520066 in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Teller County, Colorado (hereafter referred to as the “2001 Declaration”). The 2001 Declaration states that it replaces and supersedes the Original Declaration in all respects. The 2001 Declaration was then amended by a document entitled “Amendment to Declaration of Protective Covenants for Druid Hills Filing No. 2” recorded on July 31, 2002 at Reception No. 536825 (also referred to as the “2002 Amendment”) which made all of the restrictions and obligations contained in the 2001 Declaration effective as to all of the lots in Druid Hills Filing 2, and also created additional restrictions and obligations with respect to the Filing 2 lots only. The 2001 Declaration and the 2002 Amendment combined is also referred to as the “Druid Hills POA Declaration.” Read the full letter by the Druid Hills POA attorney that provides more information and details.

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