- Members’ Area
* Welcome to the NEW Chinquapin Homeowners Association website. Please take a look at all it has to offer. We realize there will be some wrinkles to iron out and would appreciate any comments you have and please point out any errors, typos or other issues. We will be updating the site regularly with content and pictures. Please send your comments to Bob Duffield at [email protected] Thank you! *
Chinquapin is a premier property on the Northshore of Lake Tahoe. It is 85+ acres with close to a mile of shore front on pristine Lake Tahoe. Chinquapin is a planned community with 172 units consisting of townhomes and condominiums with common recreation facilities that include a swimming pool, tennis courts, two piers, boat buoys and the historical Dollar Estate. The Chinquapin Homeowner Association (CHOA)is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation that was formed when Phase I of the initial development was completed. All homeowners are members and together collectively as a group comprise the Chinquapin Homeowners Association. CHOA has 172 members, each representing ownership of one unit. CHOA is governed by a seven-person Board of Directors made up of homeowners and is managed by a board appointed General Manager. The Chinquapin Homeowner Association holds regularly scheduled Board Meetings. CHOA's Annual Meeting is currently held on the Saturday before Labor Day at the Dollar House at 4:00 p.m.
Visit the Members’ Area of the website if you are a homeowner at Chinquapin. This area contains specific information pertaining to the governance of CHOA and contact information for other CHOA members.
The Architectural Review Committee is here to serve Chinquapin homeowners who are planning to make alterations to their units. It is important to review the ARC guidelines and procedures prior to making any changes to your unit.
The Grounds Committee is an advisory committee to the CHOA Board of Directors. The committee is appointed by the board to oversee the maintenance and improvement work on the common area of Chinquapin.