The last several months have been all about COVID-19 and compliance with Public Health Order 20-28 (which, I might add, is now on its 10th amendment as of August 21st!). But don’t forget about the need to comply with the new changes to the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”), which were put in place following the 2020 Legislative Session.
As a reminder, CCIOA was revised to include two major updates, which can be briefly summarized as follows:
- Associations may not prohibit the display of a religious item or symbol on the entry door or door frame of a unit, with some exceptions as defined in the statute.
- Associations may not prohibit a homeowner in a community organized under CCIOA from operating a licensed family child care home, as defined in state laws governing child care facilities.
CCIOA now includes the above two laws. So if you’re reviewing an outdated copy of CCIOA, please make sure to download the new and improved version from our website. You can navigate to CRS 38-33.3-106.5(1)(c.5) for the new law on religious symbols and CRS 38-33.3-106.5(k) for the new law on child care homes.
As always, contact any of the Altitude Community Law attorneys for questions on the above or for any of your HOA legal needs at 303-432-9999 or [email protected].