Governing Documents & Regulations
IMPORTANT NOTE: As new or amended policies, procedures or rules/regulations are adopted by the Board, they are posted on this page until ongoing revisions of the documents they will become a part of are complete. Please be sure to read these in addition to referring to the Quick Links above for Regulations, Bylaws and Covenants. Please be aware that the recorded Bylaws do not reflect all changes to the Bylaws. Consult the AIA office or Board for any subsequent changes that may have been made.
Articles of Incorporation:
-Articles of Incorporation of the Arrowhead Improvements Association, Inc. – 1974
-Article of Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of Arrowhead Improvements Association, Inc. – 2003
-Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation of the Arrowhead Improvements Association, Inc. – August 2017
Declaration of Protective Covenants:
-Declaration of Protective Covenants--Arrowhead (1990 Covenants with 2003 Amendment. Not for Ridges)
-Declaration of Protective Covenants--Ridges at Arrowhead (1993)
April 6th Meeting Date in Montrose and New Email Address for Owner Input on Proposed Regulations.
A draft of the Proposed Amended and Restated Regulations has been posted on the AIA website since December 10, 2018. Since that time owners have been sending comments and suggestions to the board. To view the entire text of the proposed regulations, CLICK HERE.
The board has arranged a meeting in Montrose on Saturday April 6th from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM with a break for lunch. The meeting will be held at the Montrose Events Center located at 648 1st Street across from the Methodist Church.
There are proposed substantive changes from the existing regulations and the board is encouraging owners to give their comments or suggestions to the board at the April 6th meeting.
A second meeting will be held in Arrowhead at a time to be determined.
To make it easy for owners to give input to the board if they are unable to attend a meeting, a new email has been established: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is your community and the board encourages you to take the time to read the entire document and either come to a meeting to share your comments or email the board at the email address listed above.