Member/Resident Objectives

Volunteerism. We highly value participation in the Association that extends beyond the normal commitment(s) of being a member/resident. Property Maintenance. Property owners/residents will maintain their respective property in accordance with our covenants, conditions and restrictions that enhances the Association and does not detract from the value of our properties or common areas. Common Good. We will evaluate all issues on their merit to the Association, our Mission Vision and Values, and not with regard to any particular interest group.

Board of Directors Objectives

TO SERVE THE RESIDENTS OF THE HOA AS JUDICALLY AS PRACTICAL AND TO PRACTICE THIS IN ALL WE DO Encourage collaborative and diverse participation that includes an involved membership. Establish and maintain appropriate and effective forums to actively listen to the concerns of the community. Satisfy, maintain and enhance community support requirements relating to property values, legal and safety issues. Build community relationships that capitalize on best practices and improvement opportunities. Seek continuous improvements in effective and efficient management of the Association. Establish and maintain a strong financial foundation for all operations of the Association. Be forever mindful of and preserve the Association's Vision, Mission and Values. Serve in the best interests of the Association.

Boyette Springs HOA Vision, Mission and Values

Vision: A community that thrives in all we do. A vibrant one that offers the residents and guest quality of life, and is a desirable place in which to live and enjoy the benefits of family, friends and community. Mission: Our mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life and sense of community through effective and efficient management of the Association, enforcement of rules and covenants to preserve property values, and support initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of the community. Values: In all our activities to achieve our vision and mission we value integrity, fairness, consistent firmness and common sense, community participation, respect, cooperation and sense of community.

DRCC and CERT Nominations Needed

This is what we need now if anyone is interested in finding a spot within one of their neighborhood committees: Nominations Needed: DRCC: 1 DRCC Chair and 3 DRCC committee members. We need 7 people to volunteer. Each member is tasked with enforcing all restrictions, covenants, conditions, stipulations and reservations contained in the restrictions. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can place you on the ballot for August's meeting. C.E.R.T. Team: Currently there are ZERO active volunteers on the Boyette Springs CERT. We would like them to be divided into three response teams based in the Deepbrook, Boyette Oaks, and Sedgebrook/Taragon areas of our subdivision. Each team should have its own mobile emergency equipment module. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can place you on the ballot for August's meeting.

Fireworks Safety Reminders

Fireworks are a staple for Fourth of July celebrations in the U.S. The thrill of fireworks, however, can be dangerous. On average, 230 people visit the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in the weeks around July 4. Most of these injuries are to the hands and fingers. Fireworks can also cause serious injuries to your eyes. 

Typical fireworks injuries can be caused by firecrackers, bottle rockets, sparklers and more. Sparklers can burn at about 2,000 degrees, hot enough to melt metal!

While the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) encourages you to attend public fireworks displays, which are monitored for safety by a local fire department, here are some safety tips to follow while setting off fireworks at home: 

  • Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks. If older children are playing with fireworks, always have adult supervision.
  • Avoid buying fireworks that are packaged in brown paper. This is often a sign that the fireworks were made for professional displays and could be dangerous. Make sure fireworks are legal in your area before buying or using them.
  • Never place any part of your body directly over a fireworks device when lighting the fuse. Back up to a safe distance immediately after lighting fireworks.
  • Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not ignited fully.
  • Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy in case of fire.
  • Never carry fireworks in a pocket or shoot them off in metal or glass containers.
  • After fireworks complete their burning, douse it with plenty of water from a bucket or hose before discarding it to prevent a trash fire.

The following precautions should be taken when attending a public fireworks display:

  • Obey safety barriers and ushers.
  • Stay a minimum of 500 feet from the launching site.
  • Resist the temptation to pick up firework debris when the display is over. The debris may still be hot. In some cases, the debris might be “live” and could still explode.

© 2016 American Society for Surgery of the Hand

Meet the board

Get to know the people behind the scenes. We are a group of
hard working, experienced and passionate residents.

  • Team 1
    Tom Ywanauskas
  • Team 2
    Vacant - Vice President
  • Team 2
    Christine Sliwoski - Secretary
  • Team 1
    Brian Wohlwend- Treasurer
  • Team 2
    Peter Leet - President
  • Team 2
    Jim Mason
  • Team 2

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12404 Boyette Rd - Redeemer Presbyterian Church
2nd Wednesday of every month at 7pm (email for reservation)