Welcome to the Pacific Springs Homeowners Association website.
This website was created to provide Pacific Springs Lot owners/residents with timely information about the community, electronic access to important legal documents, links to other useful sites/information, important contact information and to your Pacific Springs Homeowners Association Officers/Board of Directors. There is also a link for Lot Improvement requests.
Once again welcome to our website and if you are new to the community, welcome to Pacific Springs. Let us know if there is additional content you would like to see on the website and how we might improve it. To stay current on happenings and website changes use the RSS feature to link to the site from your computer.
All lot owners are encouraged to obtain access to the website member area. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include your name, phone number and street address in your request (if you are a non-resident lot owner, please include both your physical address and the address of your Pacific Springs property). We will send your login credentials back via email.
The Board of Directors
Pacific Springs Homeowner’s Association
The 2021 Annual HOA Meeting for the Membership of the PSHOA will be held Tuesday, September 14, 2021 in the cafeteria area of Elkhorn Ridge Middle School. Check-in starts at 6:30 and meeting will start once a quorum is present.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation the HOA decided not to hold an annual in-person meeting this year. The HOA has posted a PDF of the 2020 Annual Meeting Presentation & 2019 meeting minutes. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The 2019 Annual HOA Meeting for the Membership of the PSHOA will be held Tuesday, September 10, 2019 in the cafeteria area of Elkhorn Ridge Middle School. Check-in starts at 6:30 and meeting will start once a quorum is present.
The 2018 Annual HOA Meeting for the Membership of the PSHOA will be held September 11, 2018 in the cafeteria area of Elkhorn Ridge Middle School. Check-in starts at 6:30 and meeting will start once a quorum is present.
- Timberline HD – Weathered Wood
- American Harvest – Saddlewood Ranch, Cedar Falls
- Atlas Castlebrook Architectural – Weathered Wood
- Timberline Ultra HD – Weathered Wood
- Timberline Armourshield II Class 4 (Hail Impact) – Weathered Wood, Charcoal
- Atlas StormMaster – Weathered Wood, Black Shadow, Hearthstone Gray
- Wood Cedar Shake
- GAF Grand Sequoia – Weathered Wood, Weathered Timber, Cedar
- GAF Grand Sequoia Amourshield Class 4 (Hail Impact) – Weathered Wood, Adobe Sunset, Dusky Gray
- CertainTeed Presidential (AR, TL or IR) – Classic Weathered Wood, Weathered Wood, Autumn Blend, Aged Bark, Shadow Gray
- Nordic IKO – Glacier
- Owens Corning Duration – Driftwood
- Tamko Heritage Vintage – Weathered Wood
- Grand Canyon – Sedona Sunset, Mission Brown, Storm Cloud Gray, Stonewood
- Glenwood Class 4 (Hail Impact) – Weathered Wood, Autumn Harvest, Dusky Gray
- DECRA Shake XD – Antique Chestnut
- DaVinci Bellaforte Shake – Mountain VariBlend, Weathered Wood, Slate Gray, Tahoe
The PSHOA Board will continue to review other alternatives as needed
Remember all external improvements require prior review and approval. Please submit a LOT IMPROVEMENT request for all your upcoming projects.
The 2017 Annual Meeting for the Membership of the PSHOA was held on 18 September in the cafeteria area of the Elkhorn Ridge Middle School. Check-in started at 6:30 pm and the Meeting began once a Quorum was present (a Quorum is 10% of the Members who are current on their Annual Dues).
A formal announcement with the Agenda was mailed to the Membership in August. Due to expiring terms and one resignation, the Meeting included voting for up to seven vacancies on the PSHOA Board (the Board can have up to nine members). Also included with the announcement was a Ballot, current as of the date of mailing, and a proxy form for those unable to attend in person. You had to be current on your Annual Dues for your vote to count, in person or by proxy. The Ballot did change from the date of the announcement mailing to the day of the meeting.
The new Board is listed on this website.
Maintenance of Pacific Springs Park & Public Right of Ways (PROW) on Pacific and 180th Streets
Pacific Springs Park is a PUBLIC PARK open to all, and residents of Pacific Springs and the surrounding communities should direct maintenance issues related to the Park and/or the public right-of-ways to the Mayor’s Hotline: 402-444-5555, or alternatively to Park Maintenance: 402-444-5955 or to Street Maintenance: 402-546-0897.
Prior to being annexed in Sep 2014, Sanitary and Improvement District (SID) 398 owned and had the responsibility for the maintenance of Pacific Springs Park and the three SID Outlots along 180th Street between Marcy and the north corner of the subdivision. The SID also maintained the public right-of-ways along Pacific next to the Park and the public right of way along 180th Street. Upon annexation the ownership and maintenance responsibility shifted to the City of Omaha (maintenance of the Park and the Pacific Street PROW is the responsibility of the City’s Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department, and the PROW (to include the Outlots which are considered part of the PROW) along 180th is the responsibility of the City’s Street Maintenance Division in Public Works).
Pre-annexation the SID contracted with Lanoha Nurseries for Park maintenance (as well as maintenance of the Outlots and the public right-of-ways along Pacific Street next to the Park and along 180th Street from Marcy north to the edge of Pacific Springs). In one of its last meetings the SID Board approved an extension to that contract thru February 2016; i.e., over a year after the September 2014 annexation. As noted, upon annexation the City assumed these maintenance responsibilities, including the oversight of the Lanoha contract that has now expired.
External Lot improvements require prior approval of the PSHOA for all non-Villas Lots. (For Villas Lots, contact your Villas HOA as there are multiple Declarants – see the About the PSHOA page). External lot improvements can be just about anything from landscaping, adding a deck, additions, a new roof, adding a fence, installing children’s playground equipment or swimming pools or spas; etc. Refer to Article I of the Declaration that governs your Lot in the Important Legal Documents section of this website for details. Make sure you find the Declaration applicable to your Lot as all Declarations are not the same. You also need to check to see if you need a permit from the City of Omaha. Most improvements do require a City permit; however, one is not a substitute for the other.
If you have any questions, contact a member of the PSHOA Board of Directors for assistance.
The speed limit on Pacific Springs residential streets is a MAXIMUM of 25 mph except on Marcy in the school zone when children are present where it is 20 mph.
STOP signs mean STOP, not slow down and keep going, or worse, just keep going.
OPD has been called and will be monitoring speed and STOP signs.