Park Place Homeowners Association
Welcome to the Park Place Homeowners Association website
We hope to make this a convenient place for you to find the information you need. Here are some useful and important links:
Rules and Regulations - We have all agreed to follow these rules; make sure you know what they are, so you're not inadvertently in violation.
Events and Newsletters - schedules, Park Place Press (newsletters.)
Board & Committees - Information about the Board, Board meetings, and Park Place committees.
Insurance - To find out exactly what insurance you need for your unit, and what the Park Place HOA covers.
Finances - To look at the latest Park Place budget and other financial information.
Forms - If you're just moving in or to accomplish things, check here.
Local Resources - Links to important Holladay and Salt Lake County sites, plus political things like where we vote and contact information for our state and local elected representatives.
Bulletin Board - A place to buy and sell, plus information on vendors, craftsmen, and contractors.
FAQ's - This gives answers to commonly-asked questions, like "I want to put in a storm door; what colors are allowed?" and "How do I get a reserved parking place?"
If you are considering leasing your unit, click the underlined phrase to find out what you need to know.
If you are considering leasing a unit from a Park Place owner, you need to become familiar with the Park Place rules, as all residents - whether owners or tenants - are required to comply with them.
Moving In or Out? Click the underlined phrase to get the information you need.
If you are a realtor looking up information for a client, the For Realtors page will give you the information you need
Use the Resident emergency contact/information update form to put in or change your contact information or that of your emergency contacts.
About Park Place and the Homeowners Association
A little history: Park Place was built in 1973-74 by the Boyer Companies. It includes 143 residential units plus a clubhouse, all situated on about 20 acres of beautifully-landscaped and maintained grounds. Residents enjoy amenities like the swimming pool, a picnic area, a playground, a volleyball/basketball court, and two tennis courts, large lawn areas, plus access to the clubhouse for indoor activities.
Park Place is not a condominium; rather, it is a Planned Unit Development: in PUDs, members own the land under their units. Housing units may share common walls, but each unit has its own roof. Buying a unit (i.e., a Park Place townhouse) automatically makes the owner a member of the Park Place Homeowners Association, PPHOA. Your membership gives you the right and opportunity to participate in the governance of the complex. It also requires you to adhere to the rules and regulations of the complex, rules approved by your neighbors on the Board of Directors. If you lease a unit from a Park Place homeowner, you have the right to enjoy all the amenities of Park Place and, like owners, you are required to follow the rules and regulations of the complex.
The Homeowners Association is governed by a seven-member board. Each board member serves a two-year term; the terms are staggered for continuity. However, to enlarge opportunities for participation and to prevent stagnation, no member may serve more than two terms consecutively, nor may the President, Secretary, or Treasurer of the board serve more than two consecutive years in that position. Board members are elected and other issues decided by vote of the members during the Annual Meeting, usually held in February or March. Check out the Board and Committees page, and the Meetings page for more information.
About this Web Site
We've tried to make the most important things easily accessible from this page. There are numerous links listed on the left side of this home page, including a search function; to get to any page listed, simply click on its link. One of the links on the left is labeled "FAQ," Frequently Asked Questions, which contains just what it sounds like.
Disclaimer (we have to keep our lawyer happy, so here is the fine print): Although we have tried to make this site as accurate and authoritative as possible, the set of Governing Documents filed in the Park Place office is the final authority. In case of differences between this site and those documents, the documents in the office take precedence. Similarly, though this website attempts to be as correct as possible, neither the Webmaster nor the HOA is responsible for any errors.
It's important that you be able to get the information you need, when you need it. Here is the contact information for the Park Place office. Janet Clapham is the office manager and is a very good source for information or for help in scheduling the clubhouse or picnic area.
Park Place HOA Office
Superior Property Management
Superior is responsible for maintenance and upkeep on all Park Place common areas. John Voss is the owner of the company and the person to talk to for most maintenance issues. The best way to get something done is to submit a written request, either by using the form available in the office, or by sending a note to the Association. Please do not call John for routine requests, and definitely do not call him outside normal working hours except in case of emergency. His emergency number is 801-599-9554.
Last modified: 05/29/15