Welcome to Boulevard One on the Web

The Boulevard One Community Association is dedicated to ensuring the beauty, safety, and stability of the area, promoting neighborliness and pride among the residents, and forming a base for representation in matters affecting the community.

This web site provides services to residents of the Boulevard One community. You can find out more about these services through the links above. If you need more information or have an issue to bring to our attention, please feel free to Contact Us.

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Announcements

Meeting Agenda


Click here to view the March Board Meeting Agenda
Volunteers Needed

We are looking for volunteers in joining the Boulevard One Architectural Subcommittee (BAS).  As Boulevard One progresses, we transition away from design review of new construction by the Boulevard One Design Review Committee (BDRC), and more toward design review of minor renovations by the BAS.   You can learn more about these committees and their processes in Sections 1.4 and 1.5 of the Blvd 1 Guidelines.

 

In order to establish the BAS, we need 2 property owners who will meet monthly to review Design Review Requests (DRR) for Minor Renovations.  Members should plan on meeting 1-2 times per month for about 1 hour, and this may also include reviewing several DRR’s during the month via email for another 1-2 hours per month.  They should be comfortable with reviewing simple plans, sketches, and literature associated exterior home-improvement projects.  They will need to reference, interpret, and enforce the Boulevard One Design Guidelines, Rules and Regulations (typically referred to as the “covenants”). 

 

If interested please contact Robyn Norton at Rnorton@msihoa.com


Boulevard One Maintained Landscaping and Snow Removal

Please CLICK HERE to view the current map of Boulevard One maintained landscape and sidewalk snow removal. Page one highlights the maintained landscape and page two the snow removal.  The landscape care includes weed, fertilizer, and mowing. If the area is not colored, it is either handled by the developer or the homeowner.