On July 8, 2020, Senate Bill 20-126 was adopted.  SB 20-126 amends CCIOA at C.R.S. §38-33.3-106.5 to require licensed daycare centers to be allowed in all Colorado associations (with the exception of communities qualified as housing for older persons under the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995), regardless of whether or not daycare centersGo to Article

Damages resulting from hail storms and water leaks are two of the most common insurance claims for townhouse and condominium associations. The Colorado hail season runs from mid-April to mid-September. According to the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association, Colorado’s Front Range sees about three or four catastrophic hails storms in a typical season. If you have livedGo to Article

Currently, C.R.S. §38-33.3-106.5(i) of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act prevents community associations from prohibiting the use of xeriscaping on an owner’s property. While an association can still adopt design or aesthetic guidelines that regulate the type, number, and placement of drought-tolerant plantings and hardscapes, it cannot absolutely ban the use of xeriscaping on theGo to Article

Right around this time of year, I start receiving calls and emails from board members and community association managers confused about what information needs to be disclosed to the owners. I’m not talking about information that needs to be disclosed in response to an owner’s request; I mean information that the association has the affirmativeGo to Article

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