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Crooked River Ranch Club and Maintenance Association
Crooked River Ranch was developed by Bill Macpherson in 1972 as a destination resort. In 1973 on November 15th the first meeting of the Crooked River Ranch Club & Maintenance Association (CRR) was established, and a year later the new clubhouse and pool with the first 9 holes of the golf course were built. In 1980 CRR was re-zoned from recreational to rural/residential. In 1992 final re-zoning took place, making CRR a residential subdivision. The properties are divided into 1, 2, and 5 acre lots. The Ranch itself is divided into 16 phases. There are also numerious commercial properties/businesses near Admin. building and on Commercial Loop. Crooked River Ranch Club & Maintenance Association is a nonprofit corporation consisting of 2,646 properties.
It is now the largest homeowner's association in Oregon, having grown to over 5000 in population. It is considered as becoming the largest subdivision of its kind. It employs over 25 people and utilizes many volunteers to keep our owners and guests satified during their stay on the Ranch.
As with all Home Owners Associations, dues are collected to assist in maintaining the common properties, which the association owns. Dues are collected bi-annually. With dues comes use of the pool, tennis, and discounts on golf (18 hole course), ball field, arena and other amenities.
The nine member association Board of Directors meets monthly, which all home owners are welcome to attend. There is also an annual meeting usually around Labor day.
Crooked River Ranch Club & Maintenance Association has developed its Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws. Each phase has its own Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions.