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Mountain View Mobile HOA, Neighborhood Groups

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Mountain View Park is a senior residential community located at 900 Mountain View Avenue.  Planning for the construction of the Park was started in 1967 with the first home owners moving into the Park in 1969. One of the original resident home owners is still living in the Park, also there are several others who have lived in the park fifteen to twenty or more years.

The Park Clubhouse features include: a dinning/meeting room with kitchen, a large outdoor patio with a full size swimming pool, a lounge area with a pool table, exercise equipment, a TV with VCR and a library of books donated by residents. It is a great place to live and continue to work toward making it even better!

LodgeThe Mountain View Park Home Owners Association was organized in October of 1999.  Several projects have been completed to improve safety for residents in Mtn. View Park. These projects were funded through Community & Neighborhood Resources, City of Longmont.  Some of those projects are the Solar powered, motion activated lights were installed around the peripheral of the Park. The results are increased Safety & Security for Park Residents by providing a significant deterrent to prowlers, trespassers & vandalism.  Large reflective house numbers, easily visible from the street, were installed on each house. This aids emergency personnel to quickly locate a home whose resident needs help.

Additionally, the HOA has qualified for grants of funds to hold social gatherings as well as to purchase a barbecue grill with utensils, an ice chest, an electric roaster and a griddle. All are available to be used at events in the Park. Funds for two new HOA projects were recently approved by Community Development Block Grant, City of Longmont. First is a computer center installed in the Clubhouse by the Mountain View Park HOA. The computer center is used to instruct residents on the use of computers and increase the computer skills of those already using a home computer. Second is a follow-up on previously installed Safety and Security lights installed on homes around the perimeter of the Park. The HOA will replace lights no longer working as well as install additional lights between homes in the interior of the park.

The boundaries of the Park are: