Welcome to CANYON TRAIL!
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Canyon Trails is part of a the master association - Traverse Mountain Master. Their contact information is: 801-407-6712, 4341 N. Crest Ridge Road Lehi UT 84043, http://tmma.org/
HOA dues for CANYON TRAIL are due on the 1st of each month and late after the 10th. To make a payment please go to the MAKE A PAYMENT page located under the HOMEOWNER INFORMATION tab. For more payment options please click here. To view your account balance and history please visit the ACCOUNT HISTORY page.
Modify Your Home:
You will need to fill out an ACC form which can be found on the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab. It is located under the Homeowner Forms folder. This form will need to be mailed in to our correspondence address at P.O. Box 1006, OREM, UT 84058 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These can be found on the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab.
What is Covered with your HOA Dues:
This information can be found on the Budget. Go to the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab to find a copy of the budget.
The HOA removes all of the snow on all of the roads on both the town homes and single family homes, and will remove the snow on the common shared sidewalk that runs through the single family homes, but does not provide snow removal on driveways or sidewalks to the doors at the single family homes. Snow removal at the town homes is all inclusive. Snow removal will not commence until there is a minimum of two inches of snow on the ground and will be removed as quickly as possible by the snow removal contractors.
No Rental Cap. Just a minimum of 6 months lease.
Exteriors, Antennas, and Power Lines:
Exterior antennas are prohibited within the Project. Satellite dishes for television must not be visible from the front of the Lot. All power lines and cables must be buried underground.
Only pets that comply with the Area Plan and the Lehi City Development Code and that are domestic dogs, cats, fish, and similar household pets are pennitted in the Project. Notwithstanding the foregoing, dogs and cats are limited to two (2) each per Lot. Animals within the Project must be kept at all times within an enclosure or on a leash held by a person capable of controlling the animal. Approved fencing enclosing the rear yard is required for any Owners who choose to have dogs, whether or not the Owner shares a property line with other Owners. Townhomes located along Fox Canyon Road shall not be permitted to have enclosed front yards. Excessive barking or other disruptive animal noises will be deemed a nuisance as defined herein.
Parking and Storage of Vehicles:
No articles, material, equipment or vehicles of any nature may be parked or stored on any street located within the Project; provided that licensed, regularly used passenger vehicles (i.e. visitor vehicles) may be parked in unrestricted areas on the sides of the streets of the Project; provided, however, in no event shall any such vehicle be permitted to park on the streets between 12:00 midnight and 5:00 a.m. Overnight parking shall be permitted on a Residence's driveway. No automobiles trailers, boats, racks, snowmobiles, motor homes, recreational vehicles or any other similar type of vehicles may be stored on driveways. All restricted vehicles must be stored in an enclosed garage. Commercial vehicles are not permitted to be parked or stored in the Project.
Trash containers shall be kept out of sight or inside the garage at all times, except on days when the trash is collected within the Community. No trash container can be left or stored outside. This includes the side yards. This is applicable at the town homes and the single family homes alike. Failure to properly store the trash cans could result in fines from the Canyon Trails Association as well as the Traverse Mountain Master Association.
Winterization of Sprinklers:
The HOA Does not maintain any of the lawns on the single family homes. The owners are 100% responsible for their own lawn care and their own sprinkler winterization. The single family homes pay $27 per month per the attached budget.
The HOA will take care of the winterization and shut down of the sprinklers for the town homes.