HLE Project to Gravel Community Roads
Note: The County contractor, Morrison-Maierle, manages Hebgen Lake Estates (HLE) Rural Improvement District (RID) which has responsibility over our road repairs and maintenance, snowplowing, and administrative fixed costs. RID’s are funded by property owners’ payment of assessed property taxes.
Updated Weed Spraying Schedule
As a reminder, if you decline community weed spraying, it is the owner’s responsibility to take care of noxious weeds on their property. If not, you may be subject to a fine from the county. See the Gallatin County Weed Management Plan for more details. You can spray, weed by hand, mow, etc. One easier strategy that you can use is to cut off flower heads of the plants so they do not go to seed. To learn more about noxious weeds go to Gallatin County Noxious Weeds.
An HOA helps to ensure residents are held accountable to community restrictions, and that individual properties and common areas are well-maintained. This all serves one underlying goal: to keep the community appealing to residents and future residents while keeping property values high. HOAs work to make people feel a part of the communities they live in. One of the many advantages of living in a community association is sharing with other members the costs of certain maintenance and amenities that are often too expensive for a single-family homeowner. Weed spraying is the primary amenity provided by the HOA. All HLE members are legally bound to share those costs in the form of HOA assessments.
Hebgen Water & Sewer District Annual Drinking Water Quality Report For the Monitoring Year 2021
Hebgen Lake Estates routinely monitors for constituents in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws. The Annual Quality Water Report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our water source is groundwater with two wells and 36 pressure tanks with 86-gallon capacities in the system.
The HLE WSD is pleased to report there were no violations for the monitoring period of 1-1-2021 through 12-31-2021. For more details, see the file of the report and tables at hebgenwsd.org. Note “Some of our data in the tables are more than one year old, since certain chemical contaminants are monitored less than once a year. Our sampling frequency complies with EPA and State drinking water regulations.
HOA Dues and Collection Policy
Homeowner dues are $75 annually per lot payable within 30 days after their receipt. If dues remain unpaided, delinquent property owners are subject to 10% interest charges per annum on their unpaid balance, and a $25 late penalty. Additionally, if dues are not paid by the calendar year end, a lein will be filled against the property homeowner and a fee will be charged to cover the filing, recording, and administrative costs. Additional attorney fees and other costs incurred by the HOA will be charged to the property owner.