Quail Ridge HOA, Neighborhood Groups
Quail Ridge is all about life-style. Designed with limited maintenance and Colorado’s environment in mind, the 103 single family home owners enjoy small lawn areas with ample space for low-maintenance flower and scrub gardening with paseo style walkways that are common areas maintained by the HOA. The 59 town home owners have patio areas in between homes and detached garages and are sided by the neighborhoods large park area or other open area. Located in the Southern most part of town, Quail Ridge has perhaps the best access to shopping, entertainment and City attractions with the Recreation Center and Museum directly across Quail Road. Transportation routes to other area cities are easily and quickly accessible. Public schools serving Quail Ridge include Burlington Elementary, Sunset Middle School, and Niwot High School. Take a virtual tour of Quail Ridge at our website www.quailowners.com.
Many superlatives have been used to describe the architectural style of the homes and design of the Quail Ridge community. “Urbanist”, “Neo-traditional”, “pedestrian friendly” and “front porch community” all have merit. Which ever term is used, the feel of this quite and peaceful community remains tranquil. So, please feel free to pick the one that best suits you.
All property owners of Quail Ridge are members of the Quail Ridge Home Owners Association. Quail Ridge HOA is managed by an elected board of directors who are charged with enforcing covenant rules and maintaining HOA common property. The board of directors appoints an Architectural Control Committee which reviews proposed changes to structures and landscaping to protect and enhance the investment and property values of all properties in Quail Ridge. The Quail Ridge HOA belongs to the Longmont Neighborhood Group Leadership Association and members of the Quail Ridge community volunteer to represent the neighborhood with NGLA. The HOA will also preside over future development which will, when completed, extend the Eastern border of the neighborhood and enlarge the existing park system. A Neighbors Association, separate from the HOA and organized with a web based group application also offers residents simplified communications and other useful tools which enhances the friendly nature of the Quail Ridge community.
Once part of the extensive farm and ranch areas in and around the City, development began in Quail Ridge in 1999. 2000 saw the first residents of the neighborhood. Building activities will someday continue with a reasonably sized plot available for future development.
Bordered to the South by Quebec Avenue, to the North by Quail Road, to the East by South Emery Street and, to the West by Main Street, Quail Ridge is one of Longmont’s Southern-most neighborhoods.
March 25, 2009