Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Barrington Heights Association of Homeowners?
The Barrington Heights Association of Homeowners is a non-profit corporation composed of homeowners in the Barrington Heights community. You automatically become a member when you purchase a Barrington Heights home.
- Who manages our community?
Our association is managed by the Board of Directors in partnership with The Management Trust – Northwest as our agent. They handle our assessment billing, compliance issues, ARC processing, and help us with the administration of HOA business.
- How do I pay my assessments?
The Management Trust – Northwest is our managing partner and invoices our assessments, which includes a return envelope for payment. Their mailing address is:
The Management Trust – Northwest
P.O. Box 23099
Tigard, OR 97281
Alternatively, you can setup automatic electronic payment of your assessments by completing an ACH Form and submitting it to the above address.
If you have any questions about your invoice or payment, you can contact their offices at 503-670-8111.
- When are annual meetings held?
A reminder about upcoming meetings is posted on the main page of the website and all meeting minutes are also posted on the Documents page. All homeowners are encouraged to attend to participate in community business and present issues and concerns for consideration.
Annual meetings are held on the second Tuesday in January. Elections of new board members are held at this time. A meeting notification, agenda, and proxy are sent out a month before to remind homeowners about the meeting and to encourage participation. Minutes for annual meetings can be found on the Documents page.
- What is an ARC?
Information about ARCs and their importance can be found on our Architectural Review page.
- How do I get involved in the association?
We welcome participation from all homeowners in Barrington Heights and invite everyone to volunteer for Board positions or to serve on any of the Association’s committees. Board members are elected at annual meetings and any homeowner is eligible to run for a Board position (see your Documents for more details). A list of our current committees can be found here. If you would like to volunteer to be on a committee, please contact us for more information.