The Week Of May 27th
Conservancy News & Events
Board Meeting Agenda
There will be no Board meeting on June 12th. The Board
will re-schedule this meeting for another date
- Community Wild Fire Preparedness Planning
- Board Training. Community Enhancement Project Planning
- Other Potential Amenities: Paddle Tennis, Pickleball, Trail Connections
- Financial Discussion/Budget Modification
- Conflicting Interest Transaction
- Offer from Developer for up to five Aspen Camp lots to Conservancy for purchase to preserve native aspen grove; 20% discount payment over time.
- Community Compliance Issues
- Follow Up From Prior Meetings:
- USU Study
- Design Guidelines
- Boat Dock Refinishing
- Equestrian Cleanup and Removal
- Executive Session
Future Board Meetings:
- Wednesday, August 8th, 2019
- Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
- Wednesday, December 18th, 2019
Home Services Hot Tip
April Showers Bring May Flowers.
May is a good time to prepare your exterior spaces for summer usage. Power Spraying Patios & Decks, Detailing Grills and Getting Deck Furniture removed from storage & cleaned up are good ways to get ready for summer.
May also brings the need to dial in landscaping demands. It’s important to get water to your grounds, trees and shrubs. We had a wet winter, so mid to late month will be fine (in most cases).
Tree spraying for Tip Weevils and Fungus is often critical. Click the link below to help identify these symptoms.
Home Services can take the reins on all your property needs. Please ring us at 435.333.42220 or shoot us an email today.
Motorized Vehicles At Promontory
Any and all vehicles driven on Promontory roadways (with the sole exception of Conservancy, Club Trail, and Golf Maintenance Equipment) must be properly registered and licensed with the State of Utah. All vehicles driven on Promontory Roadways must be driven by a licensed driver. Although they are gated, Promontory’s streets are made subject to the traffic laws of the State of Utah by these rules. Traffic laws may be enforced by the Summit County Sheriff’s Department and violations are also subject to penalties imposed by the Conservancy.
ATV’s, four-wheelers, and the like SHALL NEVER be driven on Promontory’s open space, trails and/or golf courses.
Dog Leash Policy
Please remember that all dogs are required to be on a leash, unless on the designated OFF-Leash Trail or at The Dog Park.
For more detailed information on Promontory Conservancy’sPolicy Regarding Pets please click the link below.
Wildlife & Rodenticides
Rodenticides, the poisons sometimes used to kill rodents, have an impact beyond the location where they were initially used. Birds of prey, such as owls and hawks, may be harmed or killed by consuming poisoned rodents, even at non-lethal doses. Additionally, hawks and owls may feed poisoned rodents to their young.
We ask that you please use snap traps to control rodent infestations without negatively impacting non-target wildlife.
Please note that travel delays may occur
The Pete Dye & Shed Parking Lots
Wednesday, June 5th
The Ranch Clubhouse & Employee Parking Lot
Thursday, June 6th
Slurry work will begin in June. Please
keep an eye out for dates and details.
Slurry work will begin in June. Please keep an eye out for dates and details.
Save The Date
Fourth of July Celebration
Fourth Of July Picnic
Thursday, July 4th
The Soccer Field
Fireworks will be at 9:45 p.m.
Join us for our annual 4th Of July party at the Promontory Soccer Field for Promontory owners and their families!
We will have face painters, yard games, inflatable obstacle courses and more!
Food Will be Begin at 6:30 p.m.
$30 For Adults | $20 For Children (12 & under)
Hot Off The BBQ
New York Steaks
Beef Hot Dogs
Smoked BBQ Beef
Grilled Chicken Breast
Favorite BBQ Sides
Tossed Green Salad
Corn On Cob
Cobbler with Ice Cream
To purchase food and RSVP please contact the Concierge at 435.333.4000 Or by email below.
Please Note: The last day to purchase food will be, Wednesday, July 3rd by 4:00 p.m.
Tree Care Tips
With spring just around the corner and spring fever to get out and enjoy our yards and the outdoors, we hope this update will help you with any new landscaping plans and management of your current mountain home landscape.
There are three areas of concern that we hope to make you aware of: Diseases, Water, and Planting.
Please click the link below for our Tree Care Tips.
Shedding Some Light
“How much exterior lighting is too much” was one of the questions we asked in our survey last year. It was the same question Summit County was asking last year at the same time, and as a result they answered the question for all of us with a new Dark Sky Ordinance.
While it’s very similar to the current Promontory Lighting Guidelines, it does have a few more requirements, unfortunately they won’t “grandfather in” the things that home owners have done in the past that don’t comply. They’ll be giving everyone SEVEN YEARS, to up-grade everything, but all new lighting will need to comply going forward.
No landscape lighting or architecture lighting will be allowed other than what is needed for safety or limited in many aspects from fixture design to wattage/lumens and color range.
Click The Link below for Summit County’s Dark Ordinance.
If you have any further questions please contact Christine Morr at 435.333.4067 or click the below.
Cabin landscape maintenance season is upon us. The Conservancy wishes to alert cabin owners to a few noteworthy items related to this maintenance:
- Cabin landscape maintenance will be performed largely by Conservancy staff this season, as opposed to a contractor as has been done previously. The services provided will be the same as you have come to expect, including pruning, planting, irrigation, etc., with the added benefit of more control and immediate response, being done in-house.
- In working to implement industry best practices and Firewise recommendations, the Conservancy will be “limbing up” the trees found throughout the cabin neighborhoods. Crews will be removing the limbs on the lowest 24-36” of each evergreen trunk and the lowest 48” of each deciduous tree. The Conservancy does this trimming with an eye toward healthy growth and mitigating damage in the event of wildfire.
- Various spraying treatments will be applied throughout the cabins this summer season. To accommodate sensitivities to these sprays, cabin owners will be notified approximately 48 hours ahead of each spraying, based on neighborhoods affected.
Some years ago Summit County created a system to provide phone, email, and text messages regarding emergencies. The system was upgraded such that anyone who previously signed up will need to sign up again.
The alert center also provides information about non-emergency matters in and about Summit County.
Guest Gate Access
Promontory will now be using ForeTees for generating guest passes.
If you’ve been using ForeTees already, all you need to do is login, go
to the home page and scroll down to “Guest & Visitor Pass”.
Owners That Are Not Members
Go to https://members.promontoryclub.com/. Sign in using your legal lot ID (Example: HSD-5) as your username and your last name with the first letter capitalized as your password (Example: Smith). You’ll be able to change your username and password after your first log in. Once you are logged in, you’ll see a menu on the left side. Click on “Gate & Visitor Pass” and create the pass.
If you have any problems or questions about logging in, please contact Joe Ellis.
Contact The Conservancy
Conservancy Operations Manager
Design Review Architect
Conservancy Asset Manager
Director of Owner Services
Director of Legal Services/Conservancy