Welcome to the Valley-Hi Ranch Estates HOA website…
The Valley-Hi Ranch Estates subdivision is located in beautiful Evergreen, Colorado in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The Valley-Hi HOA (Valley-Hi Ranch Estates Homeowner’s Association, Inc.) is a non-profit organization that was organized to represent the interests of the property owners, to protect and enhance the beauty of the area, to enforce the protective covenants, and to operate in accordance with its bylaws for the benefit of the community. A copy of both our bylaws and covenants are available here: Valley-Hi HOA Bylaws and Valley-Hi HOA Covenants.
What Does Your HOA Do For You?
Here are just of few of the ways your HOA benefits you and your family:
- Keeps residents informed, via email, about issues impacting our subdivision
- Compiles and distributes, via email, a neighborhood directory (not shared with 3rd-parties)
- Implements a neighborhood Firewise USA® program
- Coordinates an annual slash-removal program, and
- Sponsors social activities for neighborhood residents
While participation is voluntary – annual membership dues are $30.00 per household – you can pay them here: PAY DUES and then update your membership information here: Membership Information Form. Also, a complete list of Valley-Hi HOA membership benefits can be found here: Valley-Hi HOA Membership Benefits
News • Join Us • Enter Information • Pay Dues
In Valley-Hi neighborhood news:
Announcing our St Patrick’s Day Family-friendly Neighborhood Event on Saturday, March 16th beginning at 4:00pm at Dave Sherwoods home at 8838 William Cody Drive. It’s going to be great! So: Wear Green, Bring a Hearty Appetizer to Share, BYOB—Dessert & Water Supplied by HOA. Entry is $6 for members, $12 for non-members, children under 8 are free, & HOA dues can be paid at the door. Please see the following flyer for complete details: St Patrick’s Day Flyer
We recently launched our annual Valley-Hi HOA homeowner dues drive. If you have not paid your dues already, you can do that by going: here
As always, for late-breaking news, please check-in at our: Valley-Hi Facebook Page
Also, did you know that our book club is one of the oldest in Evergreen? Please check our book club information page for details about how to join in on the fun: Valley-Hi Book Club Information
If you want to enter or update your Valley-Hi HOA membership information with our HOA Secretary, please fill in the form here: Membership Information Form
You can pay your annual Valley-Hi HOA membership dues here: PAY DUES
Valley-Hi Ranch Estates
Some Valley-Hi Neighborhood History
While the 108 home-sites of the Valley-Hi Ranch Estates subdivision was first platted by Samuel and Bette Rudd beginning in the late 1960s, most home construction did not begin until 1970 continuing through the 1990s. Except for a few buildable lots, the neighborhood is essentiallly built out.