Welcome to Homeowners Association of Galena Country Estates
Tuesday, May 9th @ 6 pm. HOA Board Meeting in Gathering Room A at Raley’s on Wedge Parkway with new management company, Associa Sierra North
May 2023 is Clean-Up Month: Waste Management will pick up 6 bags/cans of waste for FREE during 4 weeks in May. See more info under Fire Protection.
2022 Financial Reserve Study. Click for information.
Rights & Responsibilities for Better Communities. Click for details.
Saturday May 20th 8 am-1 pm.: Community Garage Sale
View the Spring Newsletter
Associa Sierra North is our new management company. Paige Boesen will be our new manager. Email: PBoesen@Associasn.com Direct line: 775-334-7447
Telephone 775-626-7333; 10509 Professional Circle, Suite 200, Reno, NV 89521
Click for Associa Homeowner, Agent, Tenant Information form. Here. Email information is appreciated to effectively communicate with the Association and save mailing fees.
Click for Associa Request for Automatic Payment form. Here.
Please keep our neighborhood safe by obeying the posted speed limit of 25 mph.
To contact the board directly, please email email@example.com
The Galena Country Estates Homeowners Association (HOA) was created as a part of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) which each property owner agreed to at time they purchased their property. The general purpose of the Association is to promote the common interests and welfare of the property owners. The Association is also the means for the promulgation and enforcement of all regulations necessary to govern the subdivision. Each owner of a lot is entitled to one vote per lot and elects a five member Board of Directors. Our website is available to promote your local news and Business special promotions. Contact us if you would like us to use your e-mail address for informing you of events at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requests.
KEEP ALL TRAILERS AND RV’S BEHIND 6ft FENCE AT SIDE OF HOME
ALL EASEMENT DITCHES MUST BE CLEANED OF WEEDS AND DEBRIS TO ALLOW FREE FLOW OF WATER AND REDUCE FIRE HAZARD BY HOMEOWNER