The Town Center Owners Association (TCOA) was incorporated in 2001 and encompasses the entire 165-acre Big Sky Town Center.
Most property owners in the Town Center will be members of two owners associations; one will be the commercial building or residential owners association, and the second will be the TCOA. As such, property owners in the Town Center will be responsible for the dues assessed by each owners association.
Governing documents, covenants, and regulations can be found here:
TCOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The current directors of the TCOA are Bill Simkins, Tom Simkins, and Ryan Hamilton. The reason that the master developer, Simkins Holdings, LLC, needs to control the functions of the TCOA in the early years to ensure that every development in the Town Center is constructed according to the Master Plan and to implement the overarching vision for the project.
SERVICES PROVIDED BY TCOA
- Snow removal of all streets and sidewalks in the Town Center
- Snow removal of all parking lots in the commercial district
- Landscaping maintenance, water, and electricity costs for irrigation and lighting of common and/or public open space areas and amenities
- Street lighting throughout Town Center and parking lot lighting in the commercial district
- Covenant enforcement and TCOA administration
- Website, advertising, marketing TCOA businesses, social media
- Trail maintenance
- Noxious weed control
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The 2021 Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm via GoToMeeting electronic/virtual format. All annual meetings are open to members (owners) in the TCOA only.
BIG SKY ECONOMIC PROFILE
The Big Sky Economic Profile was developed in partnership with Bridge Economic Development, Alisa Pyszka and Steven Pedigo, with the additional assistance of Paul Polzin, Director Emeritus of Bureau of Business and Economic Research at The University of Montana. View it online or download the PDF.
BEAR SMART BIG SKY
Did you know that the TCOA and Gallatin Canyon/Big Sky Zoning Regulation requires the use of animal-proof trash can? Call L&L Site Services at (406) 924-6471 or Republic Services at (406) 586-0606 to request your animal-proof trash can today.
Visit the BSCO website for more Bear Smart information.
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CONTACT INFORMATION – RESIDENTIAL ZONE
If you live in the Tamarack Court, Uplands View, or Lone Peak Townhomes, your HOA manager is Hammond Property Management. Please contact them directly with any questions or issues.
Hammond Property Management
Phone: (406) 995-7220
After Hours Emergency: (406) 581-7045
If you live in Cottonwood Crossing, Elevation 6000, or 45 North, your HOA manager is Alpine Property Management. Please contact them directly with any questions or issues.
Alpine Property Management
Phone: (406) 995-7211
After Hours Emergency: (406) 995-7211
The manager for Essentia Condos Phase 1 (Units 1A & B, 2A & B, 5A & B, 6A & B) is JRM Services. Please contact them directly with any questions or issues.
Phone: (406) 539-7570
The manager for Essentia Condos Phase 2 (Units 3A & B, 4A & B, 7A & B, 8A & B, 9A & B, 10A & B, 11A & B) is Haas Builders. Please contact them directly with any questions or issues.
Phone: (406) 995-4552
The manager for Golden Stone Place Condos is Lone Mountain Land Company. Please contact them directly with any questions or issues.
LONE MOUNTAIN LAND COMPANY
Phone: (406) 219-0830 (ask for Ben Holst)
GALLATIN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office can help you in many ways. They respond to and take reports on all criminal acts, civil disputes, and general calls for service such as lost items, extra patrol requests, loose livestock and other matters. If you have a crime to report, call (406) 582-2100, ext 2 to initiate a response. Call 9-1-1 in case of emergency. An officer will then contact you to determine what action to take.