Current Events & Issues

Herbicide application for cheat grass and medusa head grass set to be applied to common areas & micropath along Alyssum, Mimosa, & Lake Forest. The herbicide is not harmful to animals AFTER it dries. Please keep your pets clear until application has had time to dry.

The CVOARec. Center is now accepting credit/debit card payments! Need to pay your HOA Dues? What about reserve the Rec. Center Rental Room? Come on into the recreation center during office hours and we will be happy to process your payment. Office hours Monday-Thursday 11:00am-5:00pm, Friday 11:00am-6:00pm. 

Japanese Yew is dangerous to elk & deer if eaten. Please cover with burlap. For more information click on link below:

7 Elk die in Boise Foothills after eating poisonous yew.

http://landscaping.about.com/od/evergreenshrubsbushes1/a/japanese_yews.htm

 Attention CV Residents: Wildlife. There are many different kinds of wildlife that migrate through Columbia Village. Please be careful while driving. Thank you.

Please Read – Common area under power lines and Idaho Power:

“Did you know the property under the power lines is owned by CVOA? That land is CVOA’s. Idaho Power does not own or maintain the property under the power lines.  CVOA has the ownership and maintenance in those areas.  Your volunteer board does their best to help maintain these areas on existing budget dollars.  Idaho Power only maintains the ability to keep their transmission lines free of hazards.  If you have a question, suggestion, or concern for those areas please contact DSI who can forward them to the Landscape and Maintenance Committee.  Do not contact Idaho Power for maintenance or landscaping issues.”

No Dumping Please

Please DO NOT DUMP in common areas.  Debris was found 2 weeks ago in the common area between Snapdragon and Shagbark.  Idaho Power does not own this.  CVOA does.  Personal dumping costs CVOA.  Money to clean up dumping is money taken away from improvements.

Annual Newsletter – For a list of C.V. events click on the link below

February 2017 Newsletter

Lawn Maintenance

As a Board, one of the goals is keep Columbia Village a great place to live. This spring CVOA will be actively addressing lawn maintenance issues throughout all of Columbia Village.  Please treat weeds as needed.

 

 If you are planning to replace your fence, please remember to complete and submit an ACC request.  ACC forms can be found on the cvoa.net website and at the Rec Center.

 

For information about CVOA’s position on Havenwood, click here

Ridge To Rivers: http://www.ridgetorivers.org/trails/interactive-map/ Les Bois Junior High Community Map: Les Bois Community Map CVOA Community Map: click here

  • WiFi is now available in the rec center! Stop on by and try it out! (You must accept the terms & conditions in order to connect. Please be considerate and responsible when connected.)
  • Pay your dues online: visit http://www.dev-services.com/ to learn how.
  • All are invited to attend CVOA Board Meetings held the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm in the meeting room at the Rec Center. If you wish to speak, please call Shirlee with Development Services the Wednesday before at 939-6000 to be placed on the agenda.
  • Columbia Village RV Storage is full. If you wish to be placed on the waiting list, please email your information to the office and the size of space that you require.

 

  • If you are a resident of  Columbia Village Phase 15 (Townhomes) and are wanting to report issues with sprinklers, please contact AMI at 385-9650.
  • For all other sprinkler issues please email The Rec Center office at office@cvoa.net  so they are able to forward the email to the landscaping company for their records as well.  Please be sure to have details as to the issue and the location.
  • Concerns with maintenance of the Simplot Sports Complex? Please contact City of Boise Parks & Rec at 608-7600.