Monthly Archives: December 2014

December 2014 Newsletter

Happy Holidays!
The Harvest Crossing HOA Board extends its best wishes to each of you for a joyous holiday season! Thank you for your individual contributions to our community over the past year, and we look forward to a great 2015!

2015 Annual Meeting
Mark your calendars for the 2015 Annual Residents Meeting, which will be held at 7:00pm on Monday, January 12, at the South Jordan Library. Formal notices with anticipated agenda items will be distributed later this month. Please make every effort to attend—your input is vital to our community!

Committee Participants
Volunteers are needed to serve on the Community Events and the Community ‘Use of Lots’ Exceptions Committee. Please email the Board if you are willing to help.

Backflow Valves
Just one more reminder to check your backflow valves for the winter. Valve maintenance and inspection costs are the responsibility of each homeowner. For more information on the South Jordan City requirements, see:

While we have asked the city to conduct the required inspections, we do not have a date this will occur—we’ve just been “put on the list.” We expect they will notify individual homeowners when they schedule a date, and if the Board receives any other detailed information in this regard we’ll pass it along.

Winter Maintenance
Holmes Property Maintenance has completed all fall landscaping projects, and they have prepared for snow removal by placing plow markers. We have also asked them to keep the snow piles to a minimum so as to avoid blind spots and play hazards. With regard to winter safety, please speak with your children about leaving the snow markers in place, and exercising caution when sledding/playing in the common areas or on snow piles, as this is done at your own risk.

Formal Complaints
We’ve been asked by a few residents how they can file formal complaints they may have with Peterson Homes/Development. While the HOA cannot become involved in individual homeowner issues, or provide any formal legal advice, the following links may be helpful:

Better Business Bureau:

Utah Division of Professional Licensing:

For formal warranty issues:

If your problems are severe, we encourage you to seek private legal counsel.