Want to make some changes to the exterior or landscape of your home? Please use this form to describe the changes you want to make. Submit the completed form with photos and measurements of work to be done to the HOA Office in the Community Clubhouse. Your request will be given to the Mission Bay or the Mission Bay Preserve Design Review Committee who will review the design for community standards. You may be requested to meet with the committee after their review to answer questions. Check with the latest Design Review Manual for specific guidelines. Questions? Ask Nori in the HOA Office.
Rules & Regulations
If you notice something that is not complying with the CC&Rs of our Homeowner Associations, please complete this form in detail, including address and as much as you can about the infraction, including photos and other documentation you may have. Return the form to the HOA Office in the Community Center or in the mailbox outside the office after hours. Verbal and email complaints are not helpful.
You may not receive follow-up after filing the complaint.
The HOA Manager and/or the appropriate Board will do the work necessary to bring the issue into compliance if necessary.
DO NOT detain, question or stop ANY contractor doing business in common or utility areas within our community. Contracts for those areas are with the Association, not the homeowners. If issues are with vacant lots, a written complaint form must be received for any action to be taken.
Our contractors are valuable to us and to our community.
DO NOT RISK OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH ANY VENDORS!
File a written complaint and it will be handled from the office.
The clubhouse is intended to serve as a meeting and social gathering place for all Mission Bay HOA functions. All members are encouraged to use the clubhouse for social gatherings and to spread fellowship among Mission Bay HOA members and their guests.
Mission Bay HOA also publishes a Welcome Book with all current policies and regulations. Please stop in to the HOA office to pick up a newly revised copy.
MISSION BAY AND PRESERVE ADDITIONAL POLICIES
All garbage must be stored in sanitary containers in approved screened areas until garbage collection day, when garbage receptacles are to be placed in a location at the end of your driveway. Make arrangements with a local garbage collection firm for this service.
Bins may be placed at the curb the evening before, for the next morning pickup, for 24 hour maximum. No compost bins allowed. No burning of leaves or trash is allowed.
Domestic pets are welcome, however limited to two per household. No outside kennel area is permitted other than kennels approved by the Mission Bay or Mission Bay Preserve Design Review Committee. Dog owners are required to clean up all refuse after their pets. This applies to all areas in Mission Bay, the Preserve, common areas, and includes BOTH developed and undeveloped lots. Dog walkers are to observe leash laws when walking their pets throughout the community. DO NOT walk your dogs on the golf course.
The Mission Bay Beach is provided for the exclusive use of Mission Bay property owners and guests. Mission Bay Preserve Beach, Canoe House and adjacent trails are for the exclusive use of Mission Bay Preserve property owners and guests. Authorized car hangers must be displayed in vehicles when parking at the beach area in Mission Bay. Car hangers can be requested from the Mission Bay Manager. Hours for beach use are between 7:00 am and 10:00 pm. Mission Bay obeys City of Polson dog leash laws. Dogs may not run free in beach areas. Motorized water craft cannot be launched from beach areas.
Please enjoy your trails! Mission Bay roads and walkways are for Mission Bay residents and guests. Mission Bay Preserve trails are for residents of the Preserve and their guests. No motorized vehicles, including golf carts, are allowed on any trails.
Contact the HOA manager to file a complaint. The complaint form will identify the CC&R or By-Law violation. The complaints will require your signature, however the complainant’s name will be held in confidence. The manager and the CC&R Committee will follow through with any action deemed necessary Complaint forms can be found here or obtained from the HOA manager.
Mission Bay Committees
Board of Directors
Design Review Committee
*All Board of Directors and Steering Committee members are elected by Mission Bay Homeowners.
The Mission Bay Steering Committee meets the second Monday of each month at 9:00 am. Meeting reminders are posted on the website and CC bulletin board; most meetings are open to all homeowners. For listings of individual committee members, refer to the member contact page on this website, or contact the Mission Bay HOA office at 406-883-5139.
FOR MISSION BAY HOA VACANT LOT OWNERS
The Board recently approved the following rule for all vacant lots within Mission Bay Homeowners Association. This rule is important for safety (especially during fire season) as well as community appearance and keeping noxious weeds at bay. Please let the HOA Administrators’ Office know by April 1st who will be mowing and maintaining your undeveloped lot if you own one. You may call the office at 406-883-5139 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
“All vacant lots will be mowed per the following schedule starting May 1, 2022, and each year following, to conclude on August 1, 2022, and will conclude each year the same. Therefore, each vacant lot will be mowed as per the following:
Each lot will be completed by the seven-day period following the above date. If an owner wishes to mow their own lot, it must be done within this time frame above with the intentions given to the HOA office of Mission Bay. Any failure to complete mowing as per above will result in that vacant lot being mowed by the Association for the remainder of the year, and the lot owner billed for that service, through the completion of the growing season listed above.
This rule only applies to the mowing of vacant lots.
Approved by the Mission Bay Board of Directors February 8, 2022