Home Owners Association
What are the HOA dues?
As of January 1st, 2019 the HOA annual dues are $742.50 and are due to be paid in full by January 1st.
Make check payable to:
Timber’s Edge Homeowners Association
4701 W 140th Street
Overland Park, KS 66224.
$742.50 due in full by Jan 1. There is a 30 day grace period before late fees apply.
Payment postmarked in Feb will incur a $50 late fee.
Payment postmarked March will incur another $50 late fee.
Can I pay the dues online?
Online Payment is not supported at this time.
Where can I find Timber's Edge HOA by-laws?
Actually there are no ‘By-laws’. Timber’s Edge is ‘governed’ by our Declaration of Restrictions which may be viewed here
Although it is true the HOA has the authority to generate by-laws, it has never done so. It can be misleading when past and present board members mistakenly refer to our declaration of restrictions as the ‘by-laws’ in the meeting minutes or when speaking. Because of the reference, it could give one the erroneous perception that the board has had or currently employs ‘by-laws’ when it clearly does not. The declaration of restrictions states that only the very first board of directors at their very first meeting could freely adopt by-laws. After that, the membership must approve all by-laws by a majority vote.
We just moved into our house and don't have a pool key. How can we get one?
Is there a map of the subdivision?
How do I join Timber's Edge Facebook page?
The page is private and only available for residents. You will need to be invited by another resident or approved by admins. Please provide any details that can help the admins make sure that you live in the subdivision.
How do I find out about HOA board meetings?
How do I join the HOA board?
The board elects new member yearly, usually at the beginning of the year.
The meetings are open to all Timber’s Edge resident and you can attend even if you are not a board member.
Are there any social events?
Yes, we have several events throughout the year including pool parties, 4th of July parade, camping at the pool, easter egg hunt, movie nights, holiday lights etc.
These are great opportunities to get to know our community
Trash, Recycling and Snow Removal
What day is trash and recycling picked up? How do I make this happen?
Wednesday morning except for some holiday weeks it is Thursday.
Waste Management is our waste disposal service provider. You may contact them at (866) 570-4702 with all your waste removal questions.
Your trash pickup is paid for out of your Homes Association dues.
What holidays impact trash pickup days?
Trash Pickup Day, every Wednesday
The following holidays cause trash day to move to Thursday:
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Christmas Day – Will push if on Mon, Tue, Wed
- New Years Day – Will push if on Mon, Tue, Wed
Does the trash service pickup bagged yard waste with the regular trash removal? If not, how do we dispose of yard waste?
Waste Management Service will pick up yard waste packaged in bio-degradable containers with the tops rolled down to prevent spillage. They will also pick up tree limbs and trimmings if they are cut down to size of 4 ft lengths bundled in string or twine, not wire or tape.
For January through October you are limited to 6 bags of yard waste, additional ones allowed with prepaid sticker.
For the leafy months of November and December this limit goes to 10 bags per pickup.
How do I arrange bulky item pickups if I missed the once a year pickup?
You need to call Waste Management Services at (913) 710 3418 to arrange a special pickup.
This will be at an additional charge to you.
When is large item pickup day
The first week of every month; one large item at no charge. This service includes furniture no longer than 5 feet, mattresses, box springs, bathroom fixtures. It does NOT include appliances. Appliances require an additional charge.
How do I dispose of household hazardous waste?
Residents can safely get rid of household hazardous waste products at no charge by visiting the Johnson County Environmental Department’s disposal facility.
Household hazardous waste includes paint, oil, compact fluorescent light bulbs, gasoline, stains, solvents, insecticides and pool chemicals. To help identify other common household hazardous waste items that shouldn’t be thrown in the trash, look on product labels for words such as “corrosive,” “reactive,” “toxic,” “flammable,” or “explosive.”
More information can be found here
Where can I find information about city snow removal?
What are the pool hours?
10am to 9pm Sunday – Thursday
10am to 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
I want to have a pizza delivered to the pool, what is the address?
4701 W. 140th Street
Pool phone # (913) 851-4701
When does the pool open this year?
It opens Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend unless there is any maintenance that is planned. In case of maintenance notification will be published on the facebook group as well as via email.
Are we allowed to have birthday parties at the pool?
Yes, parties are allowed, here is the rule:
No private parties are allowed without written approval from the Timber’s Edge HOA or its designee, to include; birthdays, sports teams, club or special organization parties; a deposit may be required.
Can I assist with the pool?
For the time being the board member in charge of the pool will handle all pool maintenance responsibilities
However, in 2007 we instituted a program of neighbors volunteering to be pool closers. If interested please contact the HOA for more details. This program has made a big difference in minimizing various problems we have had over the years.
Building Restrictions / Covenants
What are the building restrictions in Timber's Edge?
What do I need to know if I want to build a new fence?
I am getting ready to have my house painted., what do I need to do, if anything, to get this process started?
Contact the HOA for approved color schemes
What material can I use for my roof?
The roofing material amendment can be found here
In addition, as of March 30, 2012 the following guidelines were added:
Roof materials permitted in the Timbers Edge subdivision include wood, slate, tile, clay, concrete, or composite shingles. Tile, clay and concrete shall be permitted only if the materials are composed of 100% of tile, clay or concrete, respectively. The material must resemble the same architecture type asphalt/composite shingle style of those used on residential properties in the subdivision. The profile will resemble that of shake shingles, the color will be weathered wood and not be thicker than 1 inch.
Overland Park, KS requires a building permit for any change made from cedar shakes or composite roofing materials to tile, clay or concrete. It is the homeowners responsibility to apply for and obtain a building permit from the city of Overland Park.
The HOA Board of Directors of Timbers Edge has not and does not express any opinion regarding the strength, engineering, installation, design or safety of the said construction project.
All previous roof guidelines and approval processes will remain in full force and effect.
I want to add something to my house (shed, pool, basketball goal etc.)
Contact the HOA for more information
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