Baca Grande POA

Land Use Department

The Land Use Department provides administration of all land use issues within and adjacent to the Baca Grande Property Owners Association (BGPOA) sub-division.  

Permits are required for all buildings or structures, parking areas, fences, walls, hedges, plantings, patios, driveways/parking pads, decks, enclosures, change in exterior color or shape, excavation, and all other site work including without limitation grading, road construction, utility improvements, removal of trees, and any new exterior constructions or exterior improvement constructed or completed on a lot.

To be in compliance, the BGPOA requires permits or written approvals issued by the Environmental & Architectural Committee (EAC) for many projects homeowners do on their properties. If you are unsure if you need a permit or written approval for a project you are doing on your property, we encourage you to call our office. We will help you determine if an application is required.

Check with our department before you begin a project.  Click HERE to determine what to submit when beginning a project. 

BUILDING DOCUMENTS AND GUIDELINES

Review Design Guidelines for the BGPOA HERE  

View Building Permit Policy and Procedure HERE

View Building Completion Requirements HERE

View the Driveway and Secondary Utility Line Policy HERE

Rules, Governing Accessory Structures, Temporary Residence on lots during construction and water required during sewer-sanitation services Click HERE

Building Permit Application HERE

Building Fee Schedule HERE

Driveway Permit Form HERE

Access the Full Building Packet HERE

Information on Violations

The complaint form should be used when an individual is filing a formal complaint about a person, property or situation that they feel is a nuisance to them. Complaints are not taken lightly and need to be reasonable. A staff member will inspect the property or the situation when possible to try to witness the nature of the complaint; however, there are times when this just isn’t possible. Property owners anonymity will be protected to the best of our ability. 

Download the Covenant Violation /Complaint Form HERE

View the Covenant Enforcement and  Hearing policy HERE 

Find information on reporting Dog Violations HERE

If you are a Member who has had a Complaint filed against you, the Homeowner Response Form may be found HERE

Land Use – Calendar

         Building Plans Due – 8 days prior to EAC meeting 

         Environmental & Architectural Committee (EAC) Meetings – 2nd Wednesday of the month

          Saguache/Baca Planning Commission Meeting – Contact Saguache County Land Use Department 

          Violation Appeals Panel Committee (VAP) Meetings – Scheduled as Needed

Contact the Land Use Department

Connie Estrada – Land Use Administrator

P.O.Box 237

Crestone, CO – 81131

(719) 256-4171  ext. 12

[email protected]