Twin River Ranch Property Owners Association
PO Box 130 White Bird, ID 83554
Happy Holiday Season to our members. Mailed are the 2021 dues invoice and the 2021 budget. Details for the 2021 budget will be presented at the 2021 Annual Meeting. Please contact Treasurer Debbie Little for questions on the invoice or budgets.
Here’s a look at the year in review. The major road project for 2020 was the graveling and rolling of Gregory and Hammer Creek Roads using “Grading F” gravel. Regular graveling and maintenance will continue in 2021, including Pilgrim Ridge. The grader will require replacement of the transmission seal at an estimated cost of $5000. In 2020 the Board removed obstructions and repaired damage to roadways, easements, and signs, all intentionally caused. The Board was able to identify the perpetrators for some of the damage and is currently seeking reimbursement from the property owner. The Board also continues to enforce CC&Rs to maintain the quality of life that owners expected when they purchased in Twin River Ranch. Three homes have been started in 2020. This year 25 properties have sold with five currently for sale. The Board continues to try and collect past due accounts from three property owners. Please follow the CC&Rs and respect the roadways, easements, and road signs. You can refer to the Board minutes for the year on the Association website for information on additional Board activities for 2020. You can also visit trr-thisandthat.com for other interesting articles, upcoming events, and property for sale listings.
Our webmaster is currently working on setting up an email account for the Association. If you would like to receive communications via email instead of mailed paper copies in 2021, please send us a note with your email address to our address above.
The biggest local event of 2020 was the closing of US95 due to a rockslide on July 3. A bypass on Pollock Road was used until the road was finally restored to full use at the end of July and early August. This year also hosted the Rainbow Family down near Riggins. Local events, including White Bird Days in June, were canceled starting in March because of the virus and still have not resumed. Some local businesses remain open, some with limited hours. Idaho County started out very slow with no or very few cases of the virus but has seen the number of cases increase during the summer and early fall. Idaho numbers have also increased, with large increases in recent weeks. Idaho is now at Stage 3. Please visit trr-thisandthat.com, the Coronavirus page, for weekly updates on the virus in Idaho.
Hopefully, we can all meet again in June 2021!