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
Garage sale this week!
July 10-11, Friday and Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From Bill Wood: Pages as Pillars is a program started by the West Beaverton NAC (Neighborhood Association Committee) to provide books for under privileged students at Chehalem and Vose Schools. This is the 6th year of this very successful program. Last year we provided books for 280 students.
This program is funded through our annual garage sale which is held at the same time as the Four Season’s Annual Sale (this year July 10th and 11th). If you have any items you would like to donated, we would very much appreciate the contributions. You can drop off your donations at 15620 SW Village LN. If would be best to call ahead to make sure we are home (Bill Wood 503-646-0928).
Thank you for any donations you might have and, also, be sure to drop by our garage sale at the above address on July 10th and 11th.
Thanks again, Bill
Reminder regarding pool rules
A note from the Pool Director Bill Hogan—May 31, 2015
Our pools have been open for a week, and it's given us some additional time to work out some last minute issues. We appreciate your support during this period.
The rules can answer almost all of your questions, from operating hours to food rules to spa usage. I have a laminated copy of the rules in the employee room, and it's available for your review at any time.
As Pool Director, I am a volunteer for the HOA charged with enforcing the rules laid down by state and county statute, as well as the training, hiring and management of our monitor staff.
The main feedback from some patrons to our monitors is, “Well, that's not how we used to do it.” I cannot speak to that, but the rules are the same as last year. Flexibility is fine, but there are some rules that we need to all follow.
I'd like to highlight the biggest issue we've seen so far: Unsupervised children.
From the rules:
"Monitors are hired to maintain the pool facilities, protect Four Seasons property, and watch the activity at the pools to ensure the rules are being followed. Four Seasons Monitors are NOT LIFEGUARDS, and are not considered to be a substitute for adult supervision of minors. They must perform a variety of duties throughout the day, so they are not supervising the pools and their occupants at all times. Guest must comply with the requests of the monitors and must treat them with respect and courtesy."
State, county and our local rules state that children under 14 need responsible adult supervision. I have been personally confronted about this issue, but it is not a personal preference for me to enforce. Our monitors are not lifeguards, and they are not there for supervision. To quote the State regulations:
"At all pools the operator must post and enforce a sign that includes the language in this rule or equivalent language: Children under 14 - BRING AN ADULT. Non -swimmers and children under 14 years of age need responsible adult supervision."
This will be enforced. Please be prepared to have your children denied access if they appear to be under 14 and attempt to enter. We understand that it's difficult to determine who's under 14, so we rely on your good judgment and attention as parents to assist us with this safety item. As our monitors get to know you and your family, this process will streamline.
We hope you will safely enjoy the facility and enjoy your summer.
– Bill Hogan, Pool Director, and the pool monitor staff
CC&R and bylaws revision
The old and revised CC&Rs and bylaws plus a summary of the revisions.