What is the Brighton Crossing Homeowners Association, and what services does it provide?
The Brighton Crossing HOA is under a Management Agreement with the Brighton Crossing Metropolitan District. The District is responsible for administrative and financial management, maintaining Directors and Officers and General Liability Insurance, community relations such as arranging social events, creating and maintaining websites and newsletters, covenant control and enforcement, and design review, and ancillary services such as trash collection through a selected service contractor.
What is the Brighton Crossing Metropolitan District, and what services does it provide?
Membership dues provide the necessary resources to maintain Brighton Crossing exclusive facilities for the enjoyment of all Brighton Crossing residents.
The Brighton Crossing Metropolitan District is a governmental entity with the power to impose property taxes and other fees and charges and is governed by an elected Board of Directors made up of property owners within the District’s respective boundaries.
The District is responsible for constructing major public utilities and roads within the Brighton Crossing boundaries. It is also responsible for operations and maintenance of all common area landscaping and parks, the clubhouse, the pool, and the playground.