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Gunnison County COVID 19 Info

Gunnison County posts updated Public Health Orders on the COVID19 status here: https://covid19.gunnisoncounty.org/. The ninth amended Public Health Order was posted on May 13th. This Order continues a staged relaxation of certain requirements on May 12, 2020, and others on May 15 and again on May 27, 2020, similar to the process implemented statewide by […]

2019 Financials

The financial statements for 2019 are posted on the Financials page.

Bruce Councilman Notice

Bruce Councilman died April 26,2020. He and wife Kitty were long time residents at the upper corner of the 4-way. Bruce died of lung cancer from Agent Orange from his time in Vietnam . He was an active owner serving as Road Chair and he always showed up for “work days”. He will be truly […]

THANK YOU, water treatment plant workers – click here for link to details

Our water treatment plant was inspected by the State of Colorado in mid-August.  They were very impressed with the results of our project.  A big thank you to the members who contributed so much of their time and expertise from the initial research to the final State report.  More details are in the thank you […]

Annual Dues Late Notice

Annual dues were due by 3/26/2020.  If you haven’t paid yet, send to QCPOA Box 513, Gunnison, CO 81230 immediately in order to avoid late charge.   Lawana


Upcoming Meetings/Events

Board Meeting

The next Board meeting will be next summer.

2020 Annual Meeting – July 3

The 2020 annual meeting is scheduled for July 3rd, at 1:30 at the Newcomb Community Center with an ice cream social starting at 1.  The purpose of the meeting is to elect directors and to take action with respect to other matters that may properly come before the meeting. Introduce yourself to anyone you don’t […]

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Protect Your Cabin from Wildfires

Cabins are vulnerable to the ravages of wildfire. To help protect your property, your first defense is to establish a defensive zone around your structures.  Every year, hundreds of homes and outbuildings are destroyed by wildfire. Many of these structures could have been saved if cabin owners, and homeowners, had followed some simple suggestions   […]

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