Remington Ranch covers an area of approximately 800 acres. Within the Remington Ranch there are six subdivisions, fourteen individual 20-acre parcels and a business park.
Each individual subdivision has its own homeowner's association and an architectural committee. You are encouraged to take an active role in your respective homeowner's association. The Remington Ranch Association is the umbrella association that is required by the county and is charged with maintaining all the common areas such as roads, right-of-ways, the fire pond, and the entrance arch. Road maintenance, snow removal, as well as weed and grass control are the responsibility of the association. There are approximately eight miles of roads within Remington Ranch. In addition to the responsibility for the common areas, the Remington Ranch Association is the "glue" that keeps the various subdivisions and property owners together.
Remington Ranch covers an area of approximately 800 acres, Plat No. 1620. Within the Remington Ranch there are eight subdivisions consisting of 260 lots and tracts. Currently there are 166 property owners, 50 residents, and the Beartooth Business Park, all connected by 7.5 miles of road.
The Remington Ranch Association was established as the “master” or “umbrella” Association to assume control and responsibility for the maintenance of all roadways and other common facilities throughout entire Ranch.
It is supplemental and complementary to the various existing architectural covenants that are of record in the individual subdivisions within the Ranch. In the event of a conflict between the terms of the Covenants and the Other Declarations, the terms, conditions and provisions of the Remington Ranch Covenants shall control.
The Remington Ranch Association is responsible for snow removal and road grading and repair as may be necessary in the spring and summer. It also maintains the log entry signs and the fire pond.
As per the Bylaws and the CC&Rs, the Remington Ranch Association is responsible for the spraying and control of noxious weeds throughout the Ranch in accordance with state law and county ordinance, both inside the common access easements and across all privately owned tracts of land as well.