Blue Mountain Community Management is the new HOA Management Company. Every homeowner will receive a letter from Blue Mountain with their 5 digit account number by October 15, 2022.
There are 4 different ways to pay your HOA dues and assessments.
*Be sure to always include your 5-digit account number or property address with all payments:
1. Mail Check(s) or Money Orders to: Oak Hills HOA PO Box 7152 San Francisco CA 94120
2. Set up a Bill Pay payment with your bank to pay your HOA Dues This can be done as a One-time or Recurring payment Payee: Oak Hills HOA Address: PO Box 7152 San Francisco CA 94120 Acct Number: 5-digit number located on your bill *Please ensure that payments are made in advance of the due date 3. Mail or Drop-off payments to Blue Mountain’s Beaverton Office here: Address: 17933 NW Evergreen Place Ste 200 Beaverton OR 97006 Office Hours: M-TH 8am-5pm, F 8am-4pm
4. Make an online payment via TownSQ Website or TownSQ Mobile App. One-time or Recurring payments can be made on the TownSQ Website or Mobile App for a fee: *$2.75 processing fee for bank transactions, $2.75 + 3.5% for card transactions. Payments made through TownSQ are reflected on your account immediately and intended for last minute payments. We understand that these changes may cause confusion. The Board has asked Blue Mountain for an online tutorial to walk everyone through the payment process. The tutorial will be available to all homeowners. We will also have sign ups so homeowners can come to the Oak Hills Rec and get help registering with Blue Mountain. Homeowners will also have direct access to Blue Mountain by phone and by email, at no cost, to ask any questions about payment and balance information. Finally, homeowners will have an online portal to access their accounts.
Please see the attached welcome letter from Blue Mountain, which includes a form to fill out and return, a schedule, and all the contact information you will need.
OHHA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, marital status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, homeowner engagement, enforcement of its CC&Rs and ARB Guidelines, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members and guests of our community. Oak Hills Homeowners Association, Washington County, Oregon