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The PLPOA Board of Directors is seeking a volunteer to serve as Finance Committee Chairperson for the Association. As Finance Committee Chairperson, your responsibilities will be to make recommendations to the Board regarding the financial planning of the Association for future years. Review monthly financial statements and make recommendations regarding financial management and control. Review the first budget draft and make suggestions / comments to the board in a report. The committee will review and evaluate the annual audit and make any recommendations to the Board.  Additionally, the committee will work with staff regarding the updating and maintenance of the Reserve Study and Capital improvement plan to provide the Board with recommendations. The Finance Committee Chairperson will appoint the other four members of the committee. The committee will meet at least quarterly. Preference will be given to candidates whose background, education and professional experience reflect accounting/auditing, economics, management, and financial management/analysis.

The Finance Committee Chairperson also serves on the Investment Committee along with the Board Treasurer and the Comptroller. The Investment Committee is an advisory committee to the PLPOA Board. The purpose of this Committee is to provide guidance on investment policies, general investment strategies, long-term planning, budgeting, and procedures. The committee will meet at least quarterly, or at the request of any two committee members, or the Board of Directors. At such meetings, the Committee will review the investment performance, policies and procedures, and exchange information and ideas on investment outlook.

Interested candidates should submit a resume to the PLPOA office at 230 Port Avenue or by email to plpoa@plpoa.com.


Our pine needle pick-up schedule, vendor and process have changed. Here’s what you need to know:

Please use the link here or on our website to submit a request for pick on our online form, using the online form is our preferred means of receiving requests.

  • Vendor: G&I Sanitation
  • Pick-up Day: Thursday (Deadline for scheduling -Tuesday at 8am)
  • Process: Due to various factors like increased demand, inflation, gas prices, and staffing challenges, finding a vendor for this service was tough. To keep the service running and costs manageable, we’re implementing a new system. We’ll now alternate between four zones for pick-up.

Zones: (pick up dates are specifically displayed on the sign up form)

Zone 1: Includes Highlands, Hatcher, South Shore & Martinez

Zone 2:  Includes Twincreek and Lake Forest

Zone 3: Includes Lake Pagosa Park, Pagosa In the Pine 1 & 2, Central Core, South Village Lake, North Village Lake, Ranch Communities, Mallard Point & Lakeview Estates.

Zone 4: Includes Eaton, Lakewood Village, Vista, Trails, Chris Mountain, Village Commercial, Meadows 2, 3 & 4.

We appreciate your patience as we navigate these changes together. Please use the link here or on our website to submit a request for pick on our online form, using the online form is our preferred means of receiving requests.

PLPOA Happening

From the Rec Center


Summer Swim Lessons:

Registration for June swim lessons will go live on Wednesday, May 1st. Swim lessons will be held on Tuesday & Thursdays from 10am to 11:30am. There will be no lessons in May.

Summer Walking Group is Back:

Days: Wednesdays

We will be meeting at the Rec Center for the first walk of the season on June 5 at 9:00am. We will meet at the Rec Center for the first walk. There is no registration or fee. Just show up! Listed Below are the dates, times and location of each walk for the summer.

  • 6/5: Rec Center: 9:00am
  • 6/12: Coyote Hill: 9:00am
  • 6/19: Gate 5: 9:00am
  • 6/26: Martinez Canyon: 9:00am
  • 7/3: Ice Caves: 9:00am
  • 7/10: Gate 5: 9:00am
  • 7/17: Cloman Park: 9:00am
  • 7/24: Turkey Springs 9:00am
  • 7/31: Res Hill 9:00am
  • 8/7: Gate 5 9:00am
  • 8/14: Piedra River Trail 9:00am
  • 8/21: Coyote Hill 9:00am

Camp 9-1-1

This one-day course introduces campers to the emergency service agencies in Archuleta County. Representatives from ambulance, law enforcement, fire service, mountain rescue, and more will be on hand to teach a variety of rescue and safety procedures.

Pre-registration is required. To register please go to https://www.plpoa.com/rec-center/. There is a max registration of 80 participants! Please Drop your kids off in the Church Parking Lot next to the rec center by 8:45am. The flight for life is scheduled to land at 9:00am sharp.

Day: June 12th

Time: 9:00am to 4pm

Fee: $10

Ages: 8-12 years of age

CO-ED Sand Volleyball

The PLPOA Rec Center will be hosting a Sand Volleyball league this summer! For more information and rules please go to the rec website at https://www.plpoa.com/rec-center/.

Ages:       15 – 65+

Date:       June 10th – July 17th

Day’s:     Monday & Wednesdays

Fee:       $100 / Team

Max:     6 Teams

Grass Seed (drought tolerant) for Sale at Admin Office

  • 3lb Low Maintenance $18.00

Best for “traditional” lawn – Three kinds of fescue. Coverage about 1,000 sq ft.

  • 5lb Low Grow Mix $30.00

Best for open native area – variety of fescues, rye and blue grasses

2024 Assessments

Reminder: Annual assessments were due on May 1st. If you haven’t paid yet, a $50 late fee has been added to unpaid accounts. This means the 2024 Annual Assessments, originally $325, are now $375. If you own a short-term rental property, the total due for 2024, initially $975, is now $1025.

When making payments, be sure to include your PLPOA property address or account number in the memo line.

Here are your payment options:

  1. Online: Pay with a check or credit card through your owners portal at portal.plpoa.com. For account assistance, email jenp@plpoa.com.
  2. By Mail: Use the payment stub and return envelope sent in February (this goes to our lockbox in Phoenix). If you don’t have a payment stub, mail your payment to our admin office at 230 Port Ave, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147.
  3. In Person: Visit 230 Port Ave, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147, Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm.
  4. Drop Box: Use the after-hours drop box at the Admin office (230 Port Ave).
  5. Phone Payment: Call 970-731-5635 ext. 212, 211, 210, or 214 to pay with checking account information (no fee) or credit card (service fees for cards will apply).

Next Steps:

Invoices/Notices will be sent out on Monday (5/6/24) with the $50 late fee applied. You will have 30 days from this date to make the payment.

If account is still unpaid after 30 days, notices will be posted at your property, mailed certified and 1st class at the beginning of June. At this time, additional fees will be added to your account ($20 for door notice & $8.69 for postage).

If another 30 days pass without payment (beginning of July), a $150 lien fee will be applied, and your account will be sent to legal.

Community News

PLPOA encourages all owners who are able to support RISE to consider doing so. However, please note that RISE’s solicitation is directed to the general public, and some of their proposed transitional housing options are not permitted within PLPOA. While we share this opportunity to help, we do not endorse housing types that violate PLPOA land use codes, such as garage apartments and basement studios.

Provide a SafeHome for Families in Crisishttps://www.riseaboveviolence.org/transitionalhousing

​Housing is a major step in stabilization. Victims face the same barriers such as rising housing costs and low availability of long-term housing, but their violent situations put them at a great need to find stable housing and safety as soon as possible. 

Rise is looking for owners to house individuals or families for an interim of 1 -3 months. The following accommodations are great options for transitional housing:
– Mother-in-Law Suites
– Basement Studios
– Garage Apartments
– Unlived in Spaces 
– Short-Term Rentals

Click here for more information or contact our Housing Advocate Kristen Bair at kristen@riseaboveviolence.org or calling 970-264-1129 ext. 7