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Information for Prospective Property Buyers

Here is a variety of information for those who might be interested in purchasing property at Canyon Rim Ranch.

Roads

CRR is located about 5 miles from Highway 89, through a series of gravel roads.  The roads within CRR, and in the CBJJ subdivision located to the east of CRR, are managed by the CRR Road District.  The roads are plowed in the winter and graded in the summer.  Gravel is added, repairs are made, and culverts are added or replaced as needed.  The ditches are mowed and sprayed for weeds.  The members of the Road District are the property owners in the CRR and CBJJ subdivisions.  Annual member meetings are held on the last weekend of June, when maintenance is planned, budgets are approved, and Trustees are elected.  There are 3 Trustees, and 1 is elected each year for a 3 year term.  The current Trustees are Mike Fleming, Marv Glemming, and Steve Buttress.  The current annual Road District assessment per lot is $620.

Utilities

Electric power, fiber optic for phone and Internet, and rural water are available, and are located underground.  Each home has its own septic system.  TV is not available through the fiber optic, and must be accessed via a satellite dish, or streamed through the Internet.  Cell phone service from ATT or Verizon is spotty.  Propane is available through several vendors.  Garbage is picked up at the end of each driveway.  Home package delivery is provided by UPS and FedEx.  Mail can be picked up in mail boxes located by the highway, or in Post Office boxes in Pringle.

Covenants and Bylaws

CRR is governed by a variety of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, which have been amended 5 times since they were originally filed in 2003.  The Covenants cover items such as the Homeowners Association, the Common Area, individual property rights, assessments, guidelines for construction of houses and outbuildings, and the Architecture Control Committee.  The CRR Bylaws cover the HOA and ACC in more detail, including membership and voting rights,  meetings, dues, and the duties and elections of HOA officers and ACC members.