First, we have no property allocated to support such amenities. All the common areas that are owned by the HOA are in the flood plain and and anything constructed could be damaged by flooding. Second, we have several homeowners that owe the HOA a lot of money in dues, fines, late penalties, collection efforts and legal expenses. If all homeowners would come current on their outstanding balances and continue to pay dues, the HOA might be able to afford to develop some of the flood plain property into an area where our families and children could enjoy.
Indian Paintbrush was built in five phases. They are Phases 1, 2, 3, 4A and 4B. You can find the plat for each phase on the Documents page.
The builder of our subdivision was called NuHome. NuHome is a division of Lennar.