FAQ

Common Questions – Helpful Answers

What are the annual HOA Dues and what do they cover?

The current annual dues for the Quaker Ridge HOA are $605. This fee covers several essential services in the neighborhood:

  • Trash & recycling pickup
  • Snow removal
  • Landscaping
  • Pond treatment
  • 106th St. & Hamilton Pass fence maintenance
  • Security Street Lights support
  • Street & Stop sign maintenance

In addition to these services and routine maintenance, the HOA board is also responsible for ensuring that an adequate reserve fund is in place to provide financial resources in the event of significant damage to common areas due to unforseen events such as severe weather and other natural disasters. Please see the Dues Section on the HOA Resources page for more information.

What day is trash and recycling pickup?

Trash pickup at Quaker Ridge is every Thursday and recycling pickup is every other Thursday.

*Note that during weeks with holidays trash pick up is typically one day later on Friday. Click here for the 2021 Republic Services Holiday Schedule.

Please be aware that trash pickup is typically completed early in the morning, however Covid-19 has resulted in more people at home, and thus more trash, and so pickup might be delayed as the trucks fill up faster and will need to dump more often.

What circumstances require submission of an Architectural Request Form?

The HOA has an Architectural Review Committee to help maintain the quality of our neighborhood.  Its function is to evaluate the plans for all exterior landscaping, repairs and remodeling (such as painting, decks, fences, trees, replacement roofs, etc.) in order to ensure compliance with all covenants, restrictions and guidelines.  The purpose of this review is to protect our scenic environment and maintain the value of our homes.  Please submit the Architectural Request Form and plans to the Architectural Control Committee for approval before any work begins.

Is fishing or swimming permitted in the ponds at Quaker Ridge?

All ponds within the Quaker Ridge neighborhood are privately owned and thus fishing and swimming are not permitted.

How can I volunteer or get involved with the Quaker Ridge HOA?

We would love to have our friends and neighbors at Quaker Ridge stay engaged and volunteer to help us maintain and continue to enhance our vibrant and beautful community. Monthly board meetings are always open to neighbors who are interested in attending, and we have regular social events as well. You can check out the News and Events section for details about the next board meeting or upcoming special events. Note that due to Covid-19 the board is hosting virtual meetings via Zoom. Please contact the HOA Board for more details on attending a Zoom meeting.

What color can I paint my mailbox?

Homeowners can paint their mailboxes with the approved, matching mailbox color from Sherwin-Williams. Click Here for paint details.

You can also contact Mailbox Solutions, an approved local supplier and contractor, to paint, repair, or replace your mailbox.

What color can I paint my fence (on Hamilton Pass)?

Homeowners who’s backyard backs up to Hamilton Pass can paint their fence with the approved, matching paint color from Sherwin-Williams. Click Here for the fence paint details.

Who do I contact about HOA violations?

If you feel that a neighbor is in violation of the rules and regulations of the Quaker Ridge HOA and you are unable to resolve the situation directly or do not feel comfortable doing so, please submit your concerns through the Contact Form below or contact Ross Raifsnider. While it is the responsibility of the HOA board to ensure that everyone is in compliance with our rules and regulations, please know that we are first, foremost, and above all – neighbors. Every attempt will be made to handle and resolve situations brought to the board with kindness, understanding, and respect. And we expect that these same principles will be exercised by everyone within the Quaker Ridge community when discussing these matters.

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Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs)

The CC&Rs are the rules of your neighborhood. Your CC&Rs cover the rights and obligations of the HOA to its members and vice versa.  The goal of the CC&Rs is to protect, preserve, and enhance property values in the community. 

Architectural Request Form

Please complete and submit this form to the committee before beginning your project to protect our scenic environment and maintain the value of our homes.

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