SpringHouse Village

For the SpringHouse Member Portal, please click here

SpringHouse Village Calendar

Community Calendar, must filter to SpringHouse Calendar (top right corner)

Community Calendar

Printable Calendars -  June, July 
*Dates and times are subject to change*

Governing Documents

Governing Documents
Resident Guidelines 

Board of Directors

Board of Directors
  • President: Kelly Leid
  • Secretary: Gregory Paley
  • Treasurer: Malcolm Thacker
  • At Large Member: Ron Tucker
  • At Large Member: Sylvia Anderson

Insurance Information


Operations Advisory Committee Charter

Community Education Session #1 - Special Assessment
Community Education Session #2 - HOA Fundamentals and CCRs
Community Education Session #3 - Draft Budget

Financial Information

Reserve Study
The purpose of a Reserve Study is to provide an educated estimate of the necessary reserve balance and allocation. The detailed scheduled will serve as an advanced warning that major projects will need to be addressed in the future and provide funding for those projects.

Audited financial statements provide the residents with the auditor's opinion that the financial statements are presented fairly, in all material respects, in conformity with the applicable financial reporting framework.

Room rentals at SpringHouse Village

If you're looking for a venue for an upcoming event, look no further than The SpringHouse Clubhouse. Linked below is a copy of the rental contract form and rooms available for rent. 

Please note the Clubhouse can be rented by Daybreak residents, however, rental prices are discounted for SpringHouse residents. 

SpringHouse Resident SHV rental contract

Daybreak Resident SHV rental contract

2024 Holiday Rates will apply to the following days: 

SpringHouse Holiday Rates
Daybreak Resident Holiday Rates

- New Years Day (Monday, January 1st)
- Memorial Day (Monday, May 27th)
- Independence Day (Thursday, July 4th)
- Labor Day (Monday, September 2nd)
- Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 28th)
- Day After Thanksgiving (Friday, November 29th)
- Christmas Eve (Tuesday, December 24th)
- Christmas Day (Wednesday, December 25th)
- New Year's Eve (Tuesday, December 31st)

Meeting Information

Open Board Meeting
Thursday, June 6 @ 6pm

Operations Committee 
Thursday, May 16 @ 6pm & Thursday, May 30
Landscape Committee
Tuesday, May 14 @ 9am
Lifestyle Experience Team 
Monday, May 6 @ 11am 
Neighbor Connection Team
Monday, May 13th @ 10am 

Annual Meeting Minutes

Open Board Meeting Q&A forms


Maintenance and Landscape Information


Once two inches of snow has accumulated, or at the end of a storm over two inches, the Association pushes snow from front sidewalks up to the porch and driveway aprons. The City of South Jordan is responsible for the public streets and alleyways (except dead ends). We ask that homeowners keep a snow shovel and ice melt on hand in case you need to leave your home before the crews reach your home, or if the storm does not reach two inches. If you have other questions about snow pushing, please look over the attached Snow FAQ sheet. 


Below are links to various organizations to keep up to date during snow events.

Facebook - SpringHouse Village - Residents, Daybreak Community Association
Instagram - South Jordan City, Daybreak Community Association, Daybreak Utah
Email - South Jordan City

Parking During Snow

As a reminder, in the event of a snowstorm (more than 1” of snowfall), South Jordan City requires all on-street vehicles to be parked on the side of the street with even building numbers and for 24 hours after the storm.
If parked in the wrong spot, a red reminder tag will be put on your vehicle. To find out where you cannot park in your neighborhood. CLICK HERE
Maintenance Responsibilities
Maintenance Responsibility Chart

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