Dry Creek Airpark offers a strong homeowners association committed to a well-maintained community for the benefit of all owners. All homeowners are members of the HOA and are encouraged to be involved with supporting the community by attending membership and board meetings, participating on committees and at work parties, and sharing their energy and expertise.
Board of Directors
Darrell Gerrard, President
Daryn Jones, Vice President
Bob Bronson, Secretary
Jim Verry, Treasurer
Chuck Troutman, Member-at-Large
Several committees are currently chartered by the DCAHOA Board of Directors to help govern the Dry Creek Airpark Community. If you have any concerns or suggestions or are interested in volunteering to help on any committee, please contact the board President.
Architectural Review Committee
The Dry Creek Airpark Architectural Review Committee (ARC) was established to enhance consistency and assure compliance and equity in the implementation of policies, plans, declarations, covenants, restrictions and other documentation governing the physical development of Dry Creek. Dry Creek Airpark is an attractive, gated, private community in which to live and to fly. It is dependent largely upon the melding of continuous design excellence with a sensitivity to and protection of the natural environment. The Committee serves as an arm of the Board of Directors.
Financial Review Committee
Twice yearly this committee conducts a review of the Dry Creek Airpark Treasury to insure accurate and timely accounting practices and to assist the Board of Directors and the Treasurer in creating a complete and concise method of accounting for the monies in the Dry Creek Airpark Treasury. The committee sends a report to the board which is shared with the members of the HOA.
The Maintenance Committee is charged with the responsibility of maintaining the airpark, which includes the fencing, the annual growth of weeds, all the assets of the airpark (water storage tank and trailer for fire protection when burning weeds, hand tools, weed eater, the gate and opener, the entrance area, the runway lights and radio operated light switch, the two wind socks, etc.) and the list goes on. The committee consists of 5 people, 3 of which are currently serving on the board. We organize work parties multiple times throughout the year and usually get up to 12 or 14 volunteers to help out. Without this help we couldn’t begin to get all the work done.
Fire Mitigation Program Committee
The Dry Creek Airpark Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) committee recommends policy and guidelines to the DCAHOA Board and property owners to reduce the risk of uncontrolled wildfires in our community. This includes risk from fires that may start outside the Airpark and spread onto common areas, as well as fires that may be initiated on the Airpark and potentially spread to areas outside the Airpark. Our local CWPP plan works in concert with the approved Crook County CWPP.