About the PSHOA

As a Pacific Springs Lot owner, you are a member of the Pacific Springs Homeowner’s Association (PSHOA), a Nebraska Nonprofit Corporation governed by the Nebraska Nonprofit Corporation Act, the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws. You are a member in good standing as long as your annual dues/assessments are current. The annual membership meeting is held in September of each year. Your Board of Directors meets infrequently and meeting locations and times can vary, and are open to the membership. If you are interested in attending please contact a Board member to determine date/time/location for an upcoming meeting. Copies of the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws of the PSHOA are available on this website.

Pacific Springs is a mixed-use community as defined within the Municipal Code of the City of Omaha, meaning it has both residential and commercial lots, and within the residential lots, there are both Villas (townhomes) and non-Villa single-family lots. The entire community is within the limits of the City of Omaha.  City permits are required for fences, swimming pools, etc, the City pet licensing rules apply, registration of residential alarm systems, etc.  Go to the City of Omaha Permits and Inspections website for permit information, to http://www.crywolfservices.com/omahane/ for registration of residential alarms and to https://www.licensepet.com/wl2/v260p/WebForm_AgencyLicense01.aspx?ClientId=NEHS for pet licensing.

Within our community we have a beautiful public park; Pacific Springs Park, that has a youth soccer field, a playground and picnic area and ample green space for walking and relaxing.  The Park is open between the hours of 5 AM and 10 PM. Alcohol in the Park is prohibited, and if you walk your pets in the Park, please clean up after them.

Villas lot owners, while members of the PSHOA, also have their own separate Homeowners Association; the Pacific Springs Villas West HOA. This HOA has separate responsibilities from the PSHOA, all of which can be found in the Declarations governing the Villas Lots.

The community also includes the Elkhorn Ridge Middle School, portions of the Pacific Springs Golf Course, Pacific Springs Square (a commercial complex) and Pacific Springs Place (with a Hy-Vee store as the anchor).

All residential Lot owners are expected to comply with the restrictive covenants set forth in the Declarations set out by the original developers, Lanoha Pacific and Horgan Development. These covenants were put in place to enhance and protect the value, desirability and attractiveness of the neighborhood. Copies of the Declarations are available on this website. The Board suggests that you read and become familiar with those associated with your Lot and refer to them prior to making any changes or additions to your property. Any questions on the Declarations should be directed to the PSHOA Board of Directors or, as applicable, the West Villas HOA Board of Directors.

With regard to the Declarations, the PSHOA is the Declarant for all “improved” non-Villas Lots with the responsibilities as described therein.  Declarant responsibility for any “unimproved” non-Villas Lots is the responsibility of the original Developer.  Apollo Building Group is a co-Declarant with Lanoha Pacific for all improved Lots within the West Villas Lots. See the Declarations for specifics.

Plats for Pacific Springs can be found at the Douglas County Engineer’s website. Simply search on Pacific Springs. Current valuations for all property in Pacific Springs can be found at the Douglas County Assessor’s Website. Simply search on your property address.

Comments are closed.