General Information

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 !

2/24 UPDATE: Water Leak in CCE

Good morning CCE residents, I am sending this post to inform you that I will be starting a water leak down test at 1:00pm to 3:00pm today. This will be a 2 hour test. All of Aspen loop will continue to have water during this test. The area marked in yellow on the posted map may experience a drop in pressure and/or be out of water for the 2 hours. Be advised that this is a short test and the water will be back on immediately after the test.

We are also asking ALL residents in Cloud County Estates, including the full-time residents to check around and under their homes for any signs of water leaks. We suspect that there are 1 or more homes that may be leaking. If you find or suspect any problems, please contact me at (575)921-7567. I thank you very much for your help, support and patience. 


2022 POA Dues Increase – Approved

The following table reflects the new dues starting March 2022. These increases were presented at the 2021 Annual Member Meeting on July 3, 2021. These increases are necessary due to the increased costs associated with maintaining the properties of Cloud Country Estates, and the shortfalls projected.

1 LOT 1.25 LOTS 1.5 LOTS 2 LOTS
$768.47 > $948.31 $830.97 > $1,022.06 $893.47 > $1,095.81 $1,018.47 > $1,243.31
$1,268.47 > $1,538.31 $1,518.47 > $1,833.31 $1,768.47 > $2,128.31 $2,018.47 > $2,423.31
1 LOT (no house) 2 LOT (no house) 3 LOT (no house)  
$350.00 > $413.00 $600.00 > $708.00 $850.00 > $1,003.00  

The Cloud Country Club Dues remain the same for 2022 but are expected to increase in 2023 by the Consumer Price Index of 2022.

Club Decision on Religious Installations

Due to the sensitive and legal nature of the matter, the Club board held a Special Meeting (Club Bylaws, ARTICLE V, Section 4), executive session on Saturday, January 29, 2022 via Zoom to discuss legal counsel advisement and explore legal, spiritual and financial impacts on religious sign installations on Club property. Upon concluding those discussions, as well as reviewing points made in the included white paper report, the board unanimously voted to rescind the installation of the cross on club grounds, and will not consider any religious installations in the future.

Link to White Paper

2022 CCE Website Revision

We’re starting the new year with a newly revised and organized website, starting with the homepage. It has been sectioned to provide key access points for visitors and owners alike. Feel free to peruse the site — we are in the process of adding new content and editing previous, so please bear with us.

How to use Zoom

For those of you who are new to Zoom, it is an online video chat/meeting program that uses your computer and device’s camera, speaker and screen to talk to people, similar to a Facetime call. The Cloud Country Estates and Cloud Country Club board of directors have been using this platform for meetings since the pandemic occurred. While there has been reported issues regarding security when using Zoom, the company has taken great measures to eliminate those. You can read more about that here. Most of the issues were related to default meeting settings that allowed uninvited participants to enter into meetings and cause problems. Because the platform has been significantly elevated as the tool to use during the pandemic, they have stepped up to assure old issues have been addressed.

Fundamental: How to use it.

The board will be conducting meetings where owners and members can connect and participate. Ideally, installing the Zoom software on your PC or Mac computer, a tablet/iPad, or your mobile phone is best practice. The software is available for all platforms and devices. You then have the option to create an account for free. This is also recommended but not required. Finally, you will need the meeting information to connect. This information is on this website and available for viewing if you have an account activated with this website. The meetings are closed to the public but open to Estates property owners and Club members.

Need more help?

There are a variety of resources to visit and watch to help you with zoom. Below are some links to YouTube Videos, and the Zoom website has valuable information. It may seem intimidating, but Zoom’s biggest plus is how easy it is to use it. If you still need help, we can try to schedule to go over the setup over the phone. This is a limited approach and is strictly from volunteers, so we encourage you to try the other methods first.



We will try to provide more detailed information as time permits. Thank you!

COVID-19 Guidelines in CCE

(As of June 16, 2020 — please check New Mexico Health Newsroom webpage for changes)

The following are recommended guidelines set forth by the New Mexico Governor’s, and the New Mexico Health Department:

  • Face-coverings must be worn in public settings.
  • Mass gatherings and congregations are still unsafe and prohibited.
  • New Mexicans are still urged to stay home, especially if sick or in a high-risk group, and to maintain a 6-foot physical distance from others if you must go out.

Other guidance can be found here. The CCE and Club Board of Directors follows these guidelines for the guidance of the community.

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