Easter Party Was Hopping
April 4 at Winnifred Park
Residents had a great time at the Easter Egg Hunt and party April 4 in Winnifred Park with a visit from the Easter Bunny, special treats and more. Our thanks to Anne Consolino for organizing the event. See pictures from the 2015 Easter Party!
Have a Post Hole Digger?
HS Needs You!
Hoene Springs needs a couple of post holes dug for a new sign at the Winnifred Entrance and the Board is looking for someone with an auger who would volunteer it and his or her time to help for a couple of hours. If this is something that you can do, contact email@example.com and let us know when you’d be available.
Remember, all volunteers get to attend (with a guest) the annual volunteer dinner at a local restaurant. It's a great way to meet your neighbors and get involved with a great group of people!
Help With the Hwy. W
Trash Pickup Sat. May 2
The Hoene Springs Spring Trash Pick-Up is scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at 9:00 a.m. If you are interested in helping, getting to know your neighbors, and a breakfast afterward, come to the Winnifred Entrance with gloves and sturdy shoes.
Like the HS Facebook Fan Page Today!
Please join us at the new Facebook Hoene Springs Fan Page. Get quick notifications of upcoming events, and share your own unique views of life in Hoene Springs! Click here for more on the Hoene Springs Facebook Page.
2014 Halloween Party!
The annual Hoene Springs Halloween Party was held Oct. 18, 2014 in Winnifred Park, coordinated by Anne Consolin.
Families enjoyed dressing up and sharing many treats, scary decorations, along with a bonfire. The weather was perfect and the turnout was great. View Halloween Pictures here.
The annual meeting of all residents was held in August, 2014 at the Jefferson County Library on Highway 30.
Adopt-A-Highway: Thanks to all of those who helped with the trash pick up in both November and May.
Highway W: MODOT is adding a left turn lane to lower Hoene Springs at the Winnifred entrance. According to Jim Hoene, they are just taking a small sliver of his field, so our sign should be OK.
Resident Yard Maintenance: Residents are asked to trim their trees along the roads to allow the fire department a 13.6" net clearance for their trucks. In addition, please spray vegetation killer along the road to keep grass and other growth from getting under the asphalt and starting cracks, which is very expensive to fix.
Power Lines: If vines and other vegetation is growing on power lines or poles, please call Ameren UE, since that would be their responsibility.
Dues and Future Paving of Roads (Dan Tuggle):
Board Members: See the Contacts Page for the new list of trustees, officers, committees and volunteers.
HS Residents Celebrate Night Out with Jeffco Sheriff and Fire Depts.
HS residents celebrated a Night Out August 5, 2014 in Winnifred Park with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department and Fire Department. Residents were treated to bratwurst, hot dogs and soda by the officers, who shared a bit of information about law enforcement.
Click here for pictures from last year.
Find Us Now at HoeneSprings.ORG
We apologize if you had trouble finding our web site. We had to move in 2012 from hoenesprings.com to hoenesprings.org, due to technical difficulties. Please update your bookmarks, and let your neighbors know how to find us! Pictures can still be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org since the email address did not change.
Annual Spring Easter Party
View photos of the past Easter Parties here.
Annual Halloween Party
View photos of the past Halloween Parties here.
Annual Meeting Held Each August
The annual meeting of all Hoene Springs residents is held each August. Discussions include subdivision finances, updates to the road, election of new officers, and committee reports. The subdivision is in need for additional people to fulfill board positions and to assist on committees. Contact a trustee if you are interested. Click for complete meeting minutes.
Hoene Springs email address.You can write to us at email@example.com.
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Hoene Springs residents enjoy:
Custom homes, not cookie cutter
Rolling hills with lots of trees