Back in the early 1970s, the developer of Florissant Heights dreamed of creating more than just a
group of houses and summer cabins scattered in and among the rocks and trees of our lovely mountain subdivision. He wanted community involvement, a sense of belonging.
He envisioned facilities for enjoying the mountains whether you had a structure on your property or not. To this end, the developer dedicated certain parcels as common property, developed ponds and stocked them with fish and set aside an old log cabin near the largest pond as the Warming Hut.
In 1977, when the developer’s role in the area diminished, he decided to turn over the communal property to the new owners. To accomplish this, he created the FLORISSANT HEIGHTS OWNERS ASSOCIATION, a non-profit organization composed of and managed by the property owners of Florissant Heights.
The FLORISSANT HEIGHTS OWNERS ASSOCIATION manages the communal properties, keeps lists of all property owners and encourages membership in the FHOA in order to improve the amenities of the development. FHOA exists for the benefit of all.