Maintenance of the Wheatherstone community by WPOA includes painting the exteriors of the buildings on a regular schedule, repairing damage to the outside of homes from natural causes, repairing or replacing sidewalks or driveways, maintaining chimney exteriors, and maintaining the roofs of the units.
Contact Maintenance Director: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Maintenance Director duties
- Maintenance Request Form
- Field Observation Report
- Limited Common Area Repairs
- Common Area Repairs
- Rain Gutters - Leaf catcher instructions
- Street Lights - List of homes with street light sensors
- Painting Schedule
- Water Supply to Homes
- Street Repairs - 2014 study
The duties of the Maintenance Director are to budget for and manage the preventive maintenance and necessary repairs of the buildings. This also includes responding to Maintenance Requests from a homeowner, checking the problem, and then hiring a contractor to make repairs once the Board has approved the expenditure.
If there are problems you see that relate to Mountain Park areas, outside of Wheatherstone, you can use the Mt. Park Work Request or contact Mt. Park at 503-635-3561.
Field Observation Report
Consulants checked over Wheatherstone units in June 2016 to report on areas where repairs are needed.
The J2 Field Observation Report lists the problem areas and states whether WPOA or the homeowner is responsible.
Limited Common Area Repairs
As per the WPOA Declaration (Article VIII - 8.1, 8.3 and 8.4), homeowners are responsible to keep the interior of their homes in good repair, including electrical and plumbing systems, garages, and sidewalks in the Limited Common Areas.
Homeowner modifications to the limited common areas of their homes must be approved by the Board.
Common Area Repairs
As per the WPOA Declaration (Article VIII - 8.2), the Association has the duty to maintain, repair and replace general common elements.
Homeowner modifications to the exterior of their homes must be approved by the Board and will not be maintained as common elements. In other words, repairs needed from external work that was done by homeowners and not part of the original construction are the responsibility of the homeowner and not the association.
Leaves and debris are cleaned from the rain gutters on a regular basis. Also, at the bottom of each drain spout, there is a leaf catcher that must be cleaned by the homeowner.
See Leaf Catcher Screen Cleaning Procedure for more information.
There are street lights between most homes. If bulbs need replacing, notify the WPOA Maintenance Director.
The following homes have sensors on the poles to turn the lights on or off according to light conditions:
2, 4, 6, 12, 16, 20, 24, 26, 32. 36, 40, 42, 60, 66, 70, 72, 76, 82, 84, 90, 94
Homeowners can select colors for their homes from an approved list of colors.
Contact the Maintenance Director for the painting schedule.
There is a water meter and shut-off valve under a metal plate near the curb in front or back of each home. Homeowners can shut off water to their homes in case of emergency.
Wheatherstone streets were last sealcoated in 2003. A street repair consultant examined our streets and gave the following report: 2014 Street Repair Study.
Various areas of the curb were replaced and the streets were repaved in August 2015.