Property Owners Association
The Four River Property Owners Association consists of dues-paying members and their elected board of directors. Together they work to preserve the quality of life in Four Rivers that has been a tradition since 1976.
Each owned property is entitled to one vote on any matter requiring an association vote. New residents should provide contact information to the Secretary to receive association notices and assessments. For estoppel requests, please contact the Treasurer. Residents wishing to update their information, please contact the Secretary.
Bylaws and Street Guidelines
The Four Rivers bylaws are used to establish how the association is to conduct business that comes before it and to provide the rules and regulations governing the association. The Resident Street Guidelines outlines how residents should plant and prune trees and shrubs next to the edge of the roads as well as placement of mailboxes.
Annual General Meeting: There is an Annual General Meeting of the association members. The purpose of this meeting is to elect the board of directors for the association and to conduct any other pertinent business that may appear on the agenda. This meeting is held on the last Tuesday in January and notice will be posted on the website and sent by mail.
Additional General Meetings: There is a minimum of one additional scheduled General Meeting each year. The scheduling of such additional meetings is decided by the board of directors and notice is posted on the website and sent by mail.
Regular Meetings of the Board: Board meetings are normally held monthly but not less than every three (3) months by resolution of the board. Any member wishing to attend a board meeting should inform the Secretary. Any member wishing to address the board should inform the Secretary and request time on the agenda. Regular Meeting notices will ONLY be posted on the website.
The board of directors of the Four Rivers Property Owners Association (FRPOA) are elected from current dues-paying property owners to serve for a one year term. Elections are held and ballots are counted at the Annual General Meeting in January. Absentee or Proxy Ballots are mailed to all residents several weeks prior to the meeting to provide for voting by mail for those not able to attend the meeting in person.
Board of Directors