FAQs


 QUESTIONS:

How many lots are located within the Gazebo Hill Subdivision?

Does Gazebo Hill have its own water supply?

How can I get a copy of the Gazebo Hill Governing Documents?

Who is responsible for managing the Homeowner's Association?

Are there any restrictions that apply to homeowners within the subdivision?

Does the HOA assess annual dues?

What happens to my paid dues if I sell my home in Gazebo Hill?

Is there an Annual Meeting of the Homeowner's Association?

Is it necessary to contact the HOA prior to undertaking a landscaping project?

How do I update my Directory information online?

 

 
ANSWERS: 

How many lots are located within the Gazebo Hill Subdivision?
There are 128 residential lots within Gazebo Hill.
 

Does Gazebo Hill have its own water supply?
As of November 1999, Gazebo Hill no longer has its own water supply.  Each homeowner purchases water supplied by the City of Mequon Water Utility.
 

How can I get a copy of the Gazebo Hill Governing Documents?
To review all Gazebo Hill ruling documents, visit the Governing Documents page.
 

Who is responsible for managing the Homeowner's Association?
Pursuant to the By-Laws , the Board of Directors is elected each year by the membership to manage the affairs of the HOA.  Officers include the President, two Vice Presidents, Treasurer and Secretary.  The Board may also appoint members to committees such as an Architectural Review Committee and a Landscape Committee.
 

Are there any restrictions that apply to homeowners within the subdivision?
Yes, there is document entitled the Declaration of Restrictions which applies to all homeowners within the subdivision.  To review all Gazebo Hill ruling documents, visit the Governing Documents page.

Does the HOA assess annual dues?
Yes, as of 2009 the annual dues assessment is currently $450.00.  The fiscal year for the HOA runs from January 1 through December 31 and dues are generally assessed in January of each year.
 

What happens to my paid dues if I sell my home in Gazebo Hill?
If you sell your home during the year and have paid your dues in full, then you will receive a prorated reimbursement from the new owners at your closing.
 

Is there an Annual Meeting of the Homeowner's Association?
Yes, the Annual Meeting is generally held in the fourth quarter of each year and includes election of new officers and a financial presentation.
 

Is it necessary to contact the HOA prior to undertaking a landscaping project?
All landscaping projects should be consistent with that which is found within the subdivision.  If there are any questions regarding a landscaping project, contact the President of the HOA.

 
I am planning on re-roofing my house.  What steps do I need to take with the GHHA?  
1. Make a selection from the approved roofing options for Gazebo Hill homeowners:
a. Cedar shake, tile, or other natural material;
OR
b. Permitted alternative - see link for permitted alternative roofing materials.
2. Complete the roof replacement approval form.
 
3. Attach to the approval form written documentation between the homeowner and the
contractor (for example, a written estimate, proposal, contract, letter agreement, etc.)
specifically describing your approved roofing selection. This documentation must be
signed by the homeowner and the contractor to ensure that the roofing product
described is the roofing product that will be installed on the home. This is for the
homeowner’s protection and is mandatory. For confidentiality reasons, if you choose to
provide an estimate or contract, you may “white out” the pricing portion of the contract.
However, the description of the materials must be thorough and legible.
 
4. Submit the form with all supporting documentation to Melissa Bleidorn, Architectural
Control Committee Secretary, by email at mbleidorn@gmail.com or by personal
delivery to 10426 N. Gazebo Hill Parkway West.
 
5. The ACC will respond in writing within ten (10) business days of receiving this form.
 
6. Once you have received approval from the ACC, you may commence with your
roofing project.
 
A HOMEOWNER MUST OBTAIN SUCH WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM
THE ACC PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY ROOFING PROJECT
WHETHER IT IS CEDAR, TILE, OR A PERMITTED ALTERNATIVE
MATERIAL.
 

How do I update my Directory information?
Log into the Homeowner section of the web site and click on Directory Update Form.  Or you may email your updated information to board@gazebohill.org.

  
How can I order a new replacement mail/paperbox?
Per the Declaration of Restrictions, “Each owner agrees to purchase, install and permanently maintain at his sole expense one lamppost and mailbox selected by the Committee to be installed where driveway abuts lot line.”(Emphasis added.

The GHHA has made arrangements with the local Ace Hardware store to build mail/paper box combinations at an installed price of $170.  Several units are built at one time and purchased by GHHA for future orders.  If you need to order a unit, please contact Mike Williams
.  Checks should be made payable to GHHA and may either be mailed to Mike or dropped off in his mailbox.  The order will be placed upon receipt of the check. Installation will occur within two weeks of the order. 

 
My lamp post is not working. What are my options?
Per the Declaration of Restrictions 11.b, “Each owner agrees to purchase, install and permanently maintain at his sole expense one lamppost and mailbox selected by the Committee to be installed where driveway abuts lot line.”(Emphasis added.) 
 
  
NOTE: High Pressure Sodium 50W bulbs can be purchased and installed by owner.  Ace Hardware and Home Depot both carry this bulb.
  
Here is a quote from Lemberg Electric for various services:  Lemberg Electric Quote

The physical post for my mailbox and/or lamp post needs to be replaced.  Who should I contact?


The physical posts are the responsibility of the homeowner.  To replace and install a broken mailbox post or lamp post, please contact:
 
John Ipavec
262-242-9178
414-531-7336 (cell)
 
John can obtain the posts from Traditional Concrete, deliver and install the new post and remove the old post. Total turnkey cost for the mailbox post is $279.00 If the homeowner is in need of the actual mailbox/paperbox unit, that is a separate cost. Contact the Mike Williams.
 
If you would like to replace a lamp post, contact Mike Williams for the cost.
 
If you would like to handle the installation yourself, the contact for POST only purchases (without delivery, installation and removal of the old post) is: 
 
Matt Enevold
Traditional Contrete
P.O. Box 157
Menomonee Falls, WI  53052
262-250-7599 
 
 
 
 
 


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