The Keystone Neighbourhood Company (KNC) is an umbrella master association who oversees all common areas at River Run, Ski Tip Ranch, Trappers Crossing, Alders, River Meadows and Settlers Creek Neighbourhoods at Keystone Resort in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
The KNC provides a variety of common area maintenance services, including but not limited to, snow and litter removal, landscaping and wetlands maintenance. Additionally, we provide security services. We enforce covenants, rules and regulations and oversee the Keystone Design Review Board. We also create and maintain park and recreation areas and have reserve funds to provide athletic, cultural, recreational entertainment or other servies to our owners, guests and general pubilc.
The KNC is also responsible for planning and implementing special events for the owners, guests and community which range from family activities and events to large scale music and cultural festivals. Additionally, the KNC manages and produces events in the new Warren Station at Keystone, which brings many Colorado neighbours to the Keystone area.
Operating much like a town council, the KNC Executive Board oversees the KNC Management Staff. The Board is made up of nine members which include three residential directors, two commercial directors, one lodge director, one resort director and two additional at-large directors. The KNC Senior Management staff consists of the Executive Director, the Business Manager, the Director of Events and Entertainment, the Warren Station Event Manager, and the Operations Manager. Additionally, the KNC employes several other key staff positions including the Event Coordinator, the Senior Operations Supervisor, the Operations Supervisor, and the Homeowner and Office Coordinator. The KNC also employs twelve year-round Village Operations Staff and four seasonal Village Operational Staff. The KNC office is located on the north side of the Silver Mill building facing the Montezuma 'free' parking lot. Our office is typically open Monday through Saturday from 8am - 5pm.
The Neighbourhood Company Declaration provides that 10% of all funds collected from the Annual Real Estate Assessment must be placed into a Community Facilities Fund for the construction and financing of facilities such as a theater, library, chapel, park, recreation center and/or child care center. The Executive Board has the power and authority to build and operate facilities as the community grows and the need arises.