As owners of our homes and the shared resources of Mountain Meadows, we have created a culture of self-governance. Through our governing boards and committees, we make decisions for our community and oversee our professional services contractors. We adhere to defined tenets of transparency in self-governance not only in our decision-making bodies but also within our MMOA committee system. This strong sense of open governance together with volunteer leadership from a wide range of backgrounds makes Mountain Meadows a desirable place to live.


All Mountain Meadows owners belong to the Mountain Meadows Owners Association (MMOA). Owners of dwellings in the four condominium neighborhoods belong to their condominium associations as well. Each association is governed by its own board, which is elected by its owners. ... Learn More >>


MMOA has a committee system that provides oversight for the various activities of the community. Committees provide advice and feedback to the MMOA Board and the three professional service companies based on resident and owner input, as well as carrying out projects and programs that benefit the community. ... Learn More >>

Transparency in Governance

To support us in the day-to-day operations and management of our campus, the MMOA Board contracts with professional companies in three areas: community management, food services and landscaping. ... Learn More >>

Financial Stability

Our community is very strong financially, with solid balance sheets for each of the governing groups. We carry no debt. As a non-profit corporation, all of our income is used for the community’s operating expenses and long-term needs. Our associations are subject to outside annual financial reviews, and annual financial statements are provided to owners. All the financial reviews for our 20 years of existence have given us clean reports. ... Learn More >>