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November 14, 2019



The irrigation water for the 2020 season will be back on April 15th.  For the first few days please keep a close eye on your junction box at the rear of your property.  If flooding is occurring in this area please email Leann at immediately with the location.  It may be that during the first couple weeks of the irrigation season we may need to turn the pumps off occasionally to repair mainline issues; we will keep you updated HERE on the website and will send out email blasts.  (if you are not already receiving email updates, please send your contact information to to be included).   Thank you in advance for your patience in getting the irrigation season up and going.  



With fall and winter just around the corner, please be sure to report any street light outages, or issues with raised sidewalks as you see them.  The nights are getting shorter so we want the neighborhood to be well lit, and Ada County Highway District will come out and repair any sidewalks that may have raised to the point of becoming a tripping hazard.

Email Leann at with details of location and issue.



Sprinklers located within the Brookwood common areas are never set to run longer than 1 hour. If you see a zone that has been running for longer than one hour, please email Leann as soon as possible at It is most likely a stuck valve that will need to manually be turned off by Summer Lawns. 

Email: or phone:  208-870-3094.




Dear Homeowner,

For over two years, the Brookwood board has tried to resolve the issue of our deteriorating common area fence along Floating Feather. From the start, the board agreed that it would be best to tackle this very complex problem by first going to the twenty-four affected homeowners, and then receiving community-wide input. However, as we have shared in previous communications, this became a fiercely contested and complicated matter from the start.

This board continues to strive for financial prudence that serves the good of the entire neighborhood in all areas.  We have been unanimous about one thing since the fence issue began: It was time to have necessary discussions regarding the maintenance demands and financial management of the existing fence prior to the fence replacement. Knowing that it was not a fence repair, we expected an extensive, monetary assessment from the entire community. Before we replaced it with the same material, we decided to do our due diligence. Concerning upkeep and maintenance (cleaning/staining/repairs), we had to be sure we were being financially prudent about placing a significant and ongoing financial burden on the HOA. We also wanted to explore other viable options for a solution, such as quality, cedar-like, vinyl.

This board feels confident that we have attempted, several times over the past two and a half years, to communicate all aspects of this issue with transparency, and leave the final decision up to the neighborhood as a whole. City policies have also changed regarding privacy cedar fencing that abut common public area, which has confused the situation even further. Before we petitioned the City for approval, it was judicious to ensure that the majority of Brookwood homeowners agreed with the cedar fence replacement. Although we realize there are those directly affected personally by this fence, please remember, this is a common area fence and we are all financially responsible for it.

Up to this point, the board hadn’t decided on a solution for the fence. We have sought clear communication covering all aspects of the fence, from a majority of homeowners, before making a decision.  On more than one occasion, we have taken the time to express how challenging this process has been from the start, and what our intentions are.

In May of this year, we scheduled a meeting at Eagle Middle School with the hope that a large number of homeowners would attend. The object of the meeting was to discuss and gather as much community-wide input as possible, concerning all aspects of this issue. We had also planned to review homeowner responsibility and the possibility of a special assessment for the replacement of the fence. Only a few homeowners attended this meeting or any of our monthly meetings since this issue began. Our board has worked very hard to create open conversation around this issue, and it was discouraging to find out later that a group held private meetings regarding the fence.

Based on the comments from homeowners who did attend the May meeting, we found opinions to be very split between all options discussed. Based on this, we have decided to forego the previous decision to send out a survey and have agreed to move forward with a cedar fence replacement.

Now that a decision has been made, we will continue this process as expeditiously as possible. We need to secure contractors and permits, as well get the project scheduled. We have received approval from the City of Eagle Planning and Zoning Department to replace the cedar fence with specific and upgraded specifications. We are currently in the process of obtaining three bids for this project, and we will keep you informed as we gather further information on the details of the fence replacement.

There are many that are eager to point out the problems, but fewer are interested in being part of the solution. Your board members are volunteers and servants of this HOA. It would be beneficial if one person from each household took time to serve as a board member.  We need your help. Please consider stepping into service in the coming year, as three positions will be open on the board.

In closing, we understand that it is reasonable to have very personal and even passionate concerns for issues that need resolution in the neighborhood. There have been several instances of unacceptable behavior stemming from this issue. As we work through this and future issues, we ask that you maintain a sense of community, cooperation, and respect, at all times.

Thank you,

The Brookwood Board of Directors


Community Pool

May 6, 2019

The Brookwood Community Pool will open for the 2019 Season on Friday May 24th at 3 PM.
If your dues are paid current your pool key card will be automatically re-activated for pool opening Memorial Day Weekend 2019. If you are new to the neighborhood you will need to contact Leann via email at and include your name, address, and contact information to make arrangements to get a new pool key card.   Only one key card per address in Brookwood will be activated. We will send you a form that needs to be filled out and exchanged for the pool key card and the $10 fee. The fee for replacement key cards is $25.

Any outstanding HOA dues and Irrigation fees and possibly any past due accrued interest must be paid in order to get your existing pool key card reactivated for the 2019 season. There will be no pool key card activation done during the Memorial Day weekend so please make sure any outstanding amounts owing are received in plenty of time!

As another reminder, please do not let homeowners into the pool area if they do not have their pool key card or their pool key card does not work. You can text Leann at 208-870-3094 to check the number on the back of their pool key card to verify with Leann why it may not be working, but if you leave unauthorized people into the pool area, you may be at risk for losing your own pool privileges. Please share this information with your kids as well. We have gone to great lengths to ensure that no one outside of Brookwood residents has an activated pool key card. With the growing number of people using the pool, we must ensure only authorized Brookwood residents, or their guests accompanied by an authorized BW member, have access to the pool.

Monthly Board Meetings

October 27, 2017


The monthly HOA board meetings are held the SECOND THURSDAY of each month at 6:15 PM at the community center.

As always, everyone is welcome to attend. If you wish to have an item put on the agenda for a monthly meeting you need to email a request to Leann at one week in advance of that meeting.