As you consider the many areas in which you could purchase a home, undoubtedly one of the things which will strike you about Four Seasons is its feel. It feels safe, quiet and reflects that quality we term “pride of ownership.” The reason Four Seasons feels this way is because these are the qualities of this neighborhood, and it is one of the major functions of our Homeowners Association (HOA) to foster and promote those qualities which make Four Seasons such a desirable place to live.
The directors of our HOA welcome homeowner comments, questions and suggestions. The directors’ names and contact numbers are published regularly in the monthly Newsletter and can be found on this website. We look forward to meeting and greeting you and extending our personal welcome to this special place we call Four Seasons.
The Board of Directors Four Seasons Homeowners Association 15005 SW Village Lane ♦ Beaverton, OR 97007
Latest newsletter, July 30
The Four Seasons newsletter is distributed electronically on the website and the listserv. You will find it here.
At the June 3 Board meeting, Board members approved a code of conduct resolution that was first presented at the Feb. 20 Board meeting. The resolution was written by the HOA's attorney, Kathleen Profitt. You may read it here.
Four Seasons Assist
April 4, 2020
Four Seasons Neighbors,
Nothing says “community” like neighbors helping neighbors.
The Four Seasons Board is happy to offer a new networking opportunity to connect neighbors in need with volunteers willing to meet that need during the Covid-19 outbreak. The web page is called Four Seasons Assist.
The intent of this program is to connect vulnerable or limited-mobility neighbors, or those with limited support systems, with volunteers willing to provide assistance at no charge.
The idea is to connect neighbors one-to-one in an organized process.
Once you submit an online Request Help form, the request will be shared with a volunteer who is willing to contact the requestor and fulfill the identified need for groceries, pharmacy supplies, limited yard assistance, garbage and yard debris bin transfer, or any similar need the requestor and volunteer agree to. It might be a request for something as simple as periodically checking-in with a neighbor who is feeling alone in an uncertain time.
If the request involves expenditures and reimbursements for goods, those agreements are solely between the requestor and the volunteer fulfilling the request. It is recommended that payment and reimbursement be mutually agreed to in advance.
We have received numerous inquiries from interested volunteers and those requesting assistance. The success of this community effort is dependent on having a sufficient pool of volunteers to fulfill the requests received.
So please sign up today. Donate a few minutes of your time to connect and help a neighbor that needs a little non-monetary assistance.
You should have received a Welcome Letter by now explaining the transition from CA Partners (CAP) to Association Management Services NW (AMS).
The Welcome Letter offered basic information regarding the transition in management companies. The letter explained that additional information would be forthcoming as details are finalized. The following information is the first in a series of questions and answers intended to address owner concerns.
If you have a question regarding Four Seasons procedures and policies, please contact AMS directly. If they cannot answer the question, it will be promptly referred to the appropriate Four Seasons Director or Officer.Read the Q and A here.
AMS welcome letter
Here's a copy of the Welcome Letter sent by the HOA's new management company, Association Management Services, NW.
The letter was mailed in late January along with an invoice for the annual HOA dues. Payments must be received no later than March 30, 2020.
If you did not receive the Welcome Letter or the invoice, please contact AMS: Email: Alex Carrizales, email@example.com Phone: 503-598-0552