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 P.O. Box 2105 ♦ Beaverton, OR 97075
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Four Seasons color palette published
Last year, the board appointed a committee to develop a sample color palette for the association. The committee -- Mark Schweitzer, Linda and Mike Knapp, Wendy Chapman, and Martha Bridge -- presented their suggestions to the board this year. A color chart with their suggestions has been published and added to our Key Documents. You can find the chart here.
These colors are examples of colors that fall within the approved Northwest natural, earth-tone colors. Residents may pick other colors, but any homeowner seeking approval to paint or stain their house with ANY color (including these sample colors) must seek approval from the Architectural Committee and must paint a three-foot by three-foot sample on the house, adjacent to the proposed trim color, so that the Architectural Committee can evaluate the colors (as set forth in the Architectural Guidelines).
Bathroom addition approved in 5-0 vote
The HOA held a special board meeting March 26 to discuss the bathroom addition upstairs in the clubhouse. We had a good turnout of homeowners and a lively discussion.
Before the meeting I had received a lot of feedback, and only 10% did not want to add the bathroom. At the meeting there were a few homeowners who expressed concern and several homeowners who expressed support. In the end, based on the feedback received from before the meeting and at the meeting, the neighborhood overwhelmingly supports the bathroom addition.
The Board called for a vote and the bathroom addition was approved 5-0. Next to the bathroom will be a storage area to hold the tables and chairs and other supplies.
We will have an open house when the work is complete so everyone can see the new and improved clubhouse.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the email discussion and who attended the meeting!