General Information

Annual Member Meeting on July 1, 2023

The 2023 Annual Member Meeting will be held on July 1 at the Party Barn. For those attending the meeting live, we will have a potluck with ribs providing the base of the meal. During the day, there will be fun activities planned (weather permitting), such as a fishing contest, pool tours, etc.

Zoom Connectivity

Please note: WILL NOT be Zoom, due to Internet connection equipment issues.

Thank you,

— CCE Board of Directors


2022 CCE Water Report

We are pleased to present the 2022 Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This report is designed to provide details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. This report is a snapshot of last year’s water quality. We are committed to providing you with information because informed customers are our best allies.

You may find the report here.

UPDATE: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2022: SECOND water main break on Sugar Maple fixed, water restored

Following the repair on Sugar Maple, a SECOND leak on the street was discovered, by Mark McDonald’s residence. Again, service will be shut off on Sugar Maple for this repair.

UPDATE: Water was restored on Sugar Maple at approx. 2pm today.

UPDATE: Water on Sugar Maple is still off as the repair on the second break is taking more time to complete due to complexity and weather. The complexity is that part of the break encroaches on an owner’s lot where a car is parked; the owner is out of town and not at the property. A valve replacement component also failed during the repair on Saturday, November 19.

NOTE: The water shutoff valve on Sugar Maple appears to only partially shut off the water. Therefore residents on Sugar Maple may still have low-pressure water still servicing their homes.

New Website Registrations: Why it may take so long

Our new website was launched about five years ago and was redesigned last year. One thing that many owners have asked on Nextdoor is: Why does it take so long to get registered?

The simple answer is: it takes time to verify and activate a request. If your real estate agent doesn’t take the step to notify the board that a sale has occurred, then when we receive a request, it can involve time to verify the request, or require people and time to confirm ownership. And that requires volunteer time that may not occur for some time due to limited resources.

Another factor is that we need specific information in order to conduct the registration. Username. Address. Email. Password are all important to register an account. 

Another reason it takes long is because there have been efforts for hackers to get registered. Once this started, and with the contact info on pages such as the directory, we locked the website down and must follow this lengthier protocol.

We appreciate your patience and understanding on this — and look forward to seeing you!

Change in Fire Evacuation in Cloud Country Estates

In the October 2022 Board Meeting the board voted to close the secondary escape route previously designated at Wild Cherry due to safety concerns. The entrance poses risks due to deterioration and the steep decline, and there are no clear options of exit once one enters. In addition, the entrance will be formally closed by the board and a barrier placed to alert people to not enter unless to access their specific property.

This matter will be revisited in the future.

Week of Sept. 11 ’22: Road Repairs

Starting September 15, 2022, various roads in the Cloud Country Estates will be undergoing repairs, includingThis work may stretch into the following week and start at the entrance and exits of the community by the bridge. Please be patient as we address these matters, and exercise caution around these work areas. Thank you!

DATE CHANGE: June 2022 Board Meetings


All formal meetings and their agendas are posted to the public, owners and members per Bylaw requirements at the EVENTS section of this website.

For the June 2022 board meetings, the board will be conducting a virtual meeting online. This posting is to alert members of the POA and the Cloud Country Club of access to the meeting. In order to access the meeting, please log in to your account in this website, as the board meetings are not for general public viewing, but for the POA property owners and Club members. Please log in here, and then go to this page to access the meeting.

Please note — members may view the meeting but may not make comments until member comments. Once that portion of the meeting is up, please issue comments in the chat/text portion of Zoom. We will read them in the meeting.

Pool Opening May 18, 2022

We were able to get all the required inspections completed. The pool will be open — please bear with us as we initiate new locks and processes, as well as pool rules. Happy Swimming !

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