Member Updates

Posted on November 12, 2023 2:39 PM by Admin
Categories: General
The POA installed a “little library” at 9 Dutch Canyon Road- at our well house. Anyone is welcome to leave a book and take a book. Please be respectful of the property.
Posted on October 14, 2023 1:55 PM by Admin
Categories: General
Dues (per lot)
Every property owner is required to pay annual POA Dues & Amenities Dues, to be paid January 1st every year.
POA Dues - $310 per year (Due January 1st)
Amenities Dues - $310 per year (Due January1st)
Total:  $620 per year
NOTE: The POA dues for 2024 increased from $265 to $310 per lot to offset a macroeconomic increase in labor costs (roads & water).  We have not had a dues increase in over 20 years, so thank you for your patience and understanding.
Water Fees
Every POA property owner with a functioning water meter is required to pay the following for water usage: 
$175 base fee + $2.50 per 1000gallons of water used up to 100,000 gallons.
If usage is above 100,000 gallons, the rate for the additional water is $5.00/1000 gallons.
NOTE: We have 3 grandfathered Associate Members who pay 2x the above rates
One Time Fees
Transfer of ownership (immediate family is exempt) -$50
Cabin/Home Building Application - $1000
Small Project Building Application - $500
Refundable Bond for Large Building Projects - $10,000
Refundable Bond for Small Building Projects - $2500
Water Hook-Up Fee - $6000
Special Assessment
To cover the cost of the water tank relining project, residents should expect a special assessment of $135 per lot for two years (2024 & 2025).
Our new mailing address for payments is:
PO Box 281
Garden City, UT 84028
All other mail should be sent to:
9 Dutch Canyon Road
Fish Haven, ID 83287
Posted on October 14, 2023 1:47 PM by Admin
Categories: General
All surface disturbances from the natural contour of the lot require Board approval.

Please be sure to contact the Board for all ground disturbing activities, including paving or making changes to lot access.
Posted on April 8, 2023 11:59 PM by Admin
Categories: General
Please remember that if you have a culvert associated with your BLW property or driveway, you must keep it clear and flowing properly, not the County or the HOA/POA.
Damages caused by plugged culverts could/may be charged back to the owners in question.
Posted on March 11, 2023 2:27 PM by Admin
Categories: General
Fires can and do happen.  Bear Lake West is considered to be a a brush fire risk by many insurance companies.  Also, our evacuation routes are very limited, especially during the Winter months, so it is imperative that we use extreme caution to prevent fires.  
What can you do to help?
1. No burning of wood, garbage or other combustibles outdoors in the subdivision.  
2. No fireworks, no shooting of firearms, no fires and no playing with matches.
3. Create a defensible space around your home.  This increases the chance of your home and structures surviving a wildfire.  Firewise USA has helpful tips to get started.