SUNDAY JULY 31st ONLY!! Let’s wrap up this extreme hot weather streak with an adults-only night time swim- after hours- with the super awesome pool lights on!
RULES: – You must be 18 or older. Absolutely no minors on the premises. – You must have a valid pool registration on file. – You must sign in at the desk (paper sign in) – Swim at your own risk- there are no lifeguards on duty. – ALL regular pool rules and rec center rules apply.
Anyone caught violating any of the above, or any of the posted rules risks losing their Lot’s pool privileges for the remainder of the pool season. HAVE FUN – BE SAFE – ENJOY COOLING OFF TONIGHT!
The National Night Out neighborhood BBQ is TUESDAY!!!! The event officially starts at 6pm- but there’s a lot of set up and cooking to do beforehand. I believe they will start setting up around 5-ish….start grilling sometime after that.
If you want to help with set up or clean-up, please do!! Setting up tables for food, tables & chairs for eating places, table and chairs for face painting station, etc.
If you want to help with face painting- please do!! Even if you can’t paint, you can assist in other ways. If you CAN paint- it would be greatly appreciated to have more help as there is always a long line of eager kids.
Side dishes not required, but greatly appreciated. Please come! It’s always a good time and a great way to be a part of our community!
As of 07/16/21, the pool is open. There are additional forms to fill out in order to be able to use the pool. If you haven’t done so, and want to use the Rec. Center or pool, you will be required to fill them out. The forms are available at the lifeguard desk in the lobby.
Our Annual Meeting is scheduled for September 16th 2021. The meeting will begin at 7:30pm, but we invite everyone to come at 7:00 pm to enjoy refreshments, meet your neighbors, meet the current board members and perhaps find out what plans are ahead for Cross-Creek in the next couple of years.
It’s also a perfect time to express an interest in volunteering to serve your community. Of course, all COVID safety protocols will be enforced.
Per our by-laws, to conduct an effective election we are required to have a quorum of 1/10th of the membership (homeowners) in attendance. A quorum may be reached either by person or proxy ballots.
With 309 homes in our neighborhood, we need to receive at least 31 ballots.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please give your ballot to a member who will be in attendance or drop it in the mail slot at the Rec. Center, preferably sooner rather than later so we know the count in advance. We have included a link / attachment to the proxy ballot for your convenience.
This year CCHOA has switched to QuickBooks online. This means a lot of things, but a big one is that we are going GREEN! This means less stamps, envelopes, paper, toner and, the biggest one of all, TIME!
To help us in this endeavor, please opt in to receive your HOA invoices, statements, etc. via email.
Please contact the bookkeeper at or 503-310-3274 and answer with either a yes or no and if it’s a yes, then please either verify or supply us with your email address.
We appreciate it very much. 😁 Nancy Brewer, Bookkeeper
Monday evening the pool contractor notified us that they will not finish the pool on time.
They provided various reasons for the delay including labor hours, other jobs, material shortage and coordination of different phases of the job over recent weeks.
At this point we are looking at a pool opening date in early August. I understand this is not the news the neighborhood, lifeguards, community members, and those that have worked countless hours to open the pool wanted to hear, but I felt it was important to be transparent and to get this information out to the neighborhood as soon as it became available.
Please feel free to contact me at my email with any feedback that you care to offer.
The Rosa Park Condominiums located at 20410-20494 SW Rosa Drive on Thursday, June 10th will be having slurry seal done on their parking lot which will require the residents to park on the street overnight. We are advising the Cross Creek Homeowner’s Association so that you are aware that there will be a high number of vehicles on the street.
I am really excited considering I have been working on getting this project underway since I Joined the board 20 months ago.
Our community has been enrolled into a TSWCD Habitat Conservation Program.
Our HOA is joining forces with Deline HOA and working with Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District in efforts to stabilize our creeks throughout the neighborhoods. TSWCD and Clean Water Service volunteer all services with community efforts.
There will be a virtual meeting tomorrow with Britta and Joni from TSWCD and Deline HOA.