One instance in which Colorado law favors transparency in homeowner associations is in the form of open Board meetings.  Specifically, Section 308 of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) provides that meetings of an association’s Board of Directors are generally open to attendance by all homeowners. The spirit of the law is to allowGo to Resource
Short answer: Yes, an association can regulate solar panels and satellite dishes. However, an association cannot ban them in certain areas as solar panels are protected by Colorado law and satellite dishes are protected by federal law. And, the scope of the association’s regulation authority depends on whether the home is a single family homeGo to Resource

CCIOA – Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act

38-33.3-102. Legislative declaration.(1) The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and declares as follows: (a) That it is in the best interests of the state and its citizens to establish a clear, comprehensive, and uniform framework for the creation and operation of common interest communities; (b) That the continuation of the economic prosperity of Colorado isGo to Resource
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