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General Information

Residents

Monthly Newsletter: The Association publishes a monthly newsletter by email in order to help keep residents up to date. To sign up for this, please send an email requesting to be added to the distribution list to the Association.

SpurWing Country Club: Owners in SpurWing Greens are issued a SpurWing Greens Lifestyle Membership in the private, premier SpurWing Country Club as part of their homeowner’s association dues. They will be able to enjoy full privileges of the clubhouse and restaurant, swimming, tennis, fitness center, and all social activities. To set up your membership, or upgrade your membership to include golf privileges, please contact The Club at SpurWing at 208-887-1800.

Pathways, Trails, and Common Areas: Homeowners are able to enjoy approximately 6.5 miles of meandering pathways and trails, and beautifully maintained common areas throughout the community. 

Energy Star Community: An Energy Star Community, builders in SpurWing Greens will be encouraged to follow other green building practices. Attention to energy efficiency, water and resource conservation, the use of sustainable or recycled products, and measures to protect indoor air quality will help homeowners save money and protect the environment. 

Architectural Design Standards and Construction Guidelines: The Architectural Design Standards and Construction Guidelines (ACC Standards) are separate documents from the CC&R’s and are intended to establish architectural standards and guide contractors and homeowners in the construction and maintenance of all homes within SpurWing Greens. ACC Standards may vary from phase to phase. Compliance with the ACC Standards is mandatory. All site plans, elevations, landscape plans, floor plans, grading plans, and exterior material and color specifications must be submitted to and approved by the ACC Committee in writing prior to construction. 

Pressurized Irrigation System: 
SpurWing Greens has a non-potable pressurized irrigation system to deliver irrigation water to each homesite according to the specifications of the City of Meridian. The water in the system is not domestic drinking water and should not be treated as such. Each homesite is not guaranteed water on demand and water will only be available during the Settler’s Irrigation District’s irrigation season and on a rotation schedule established by the Owners Association from time to time. 

Owners Association Dues: Owners Association dues are estimated and subject to change based upon actual operating expenses. For 2014, the Orchard/Grove Association dues are $1,020 annually. The 2014 SpurWing Estates dues are $1,280 annually.