The Big Sky Owners Association is Big Sky's largest and oldest homeowner's association. With over 2,300 properties encompassing over 8,000 acres the Association spans across both Gallatin and Madison Counties. The BSOA is governed by an elected board of nine volunteers and supported by staff. Annual membership assessments are used to provide public services and community support including winter road maintenance, street lights, speed control, road signs, weed and pest control, open space maintenance, architectural review and landscape design, and management of compliance issues within the BSOA jurisdiction as they pertain to the governing documents. View the Member Welcome Packet.
BSOA is Hiring! The Big Sky Owners Association is looking for two exceptional professionals to join our amazing team.
Bookkeeper PT position with QuickBooks proficiency and at least 2 yrs. experience in AP, AR, accounting and general bookkeeping is required. Interested in applicants who are upbeat, discreet, detail-oriented, organized and a team player. This position offers flexible schedule; free cross country season passes; holiday, sick leave and vacation pay. Pay DOE. Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Administrative Communications and Events This unique position offers excellent benefits, working 35 hours per week in Big Sky, MT, provides perks, diversity of responsibilities and a flexible work schedule. Responsibilities include reception/phone, website, social media, monthly newsletter publication, event planning, administrative support. Looking for personable and customer service oriented person with writing skills, a team player, discreet, detail-oriented, organized and have a positive attitude. Competitive wage. Send resume & cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BSOA is working with L&L Site services to offer you curbside trash and recycling services at a discounted rate. Both L&L and the BSOA are committed to making responsible recycling easily accessible in Big Sky and as affordable as possible, however the curbside recycling will only be offered if the BSOA maintains a minimum of 42 customers who are responsible recyclers (sort their recycling from their trash properly).
The garbage cans will continue to be animal-resistant and will be regularly maintained, which should help minimize bear-human conflicts.
This is an amazing opportunity to continue the BSOA’s trajectory towards a more sustainable Big Sky. The BSOA strives to be leaders of good stewardship in the community and wants to make participation in this effort as affordable and easy as possible for the BSOA membership.
Currently the BSOA has 30 customers signed up. Please help us reach 42!
To sign up for this consortium or to find out more information, please email your property address, name, and phone number email@example.com.
Due to the rapidly evolving circumstances of the Coronavirus and to minimize the virus’s spread, the BSOA office will be closed to the general public/membership until further notice. Business at the office will continue, however availability of Staff may be limited.
During this time, please feel free to contact Staff during regular business hours, via email or phone, regarding any issues or projects you would like addressed.Please do not drop by the office without a prior appointment.
We’ll continue to assess the situation and will keep the website home page as up to date as possible. According to the Montana Public Health Department, there are at least 1,371 reported cases of the virus in Montana. Please remember that social distancing and good hygiene can help minimize the spread of this disease. Stay healthy and safe. We appreciate you!
Over the past two years, the BSOA has been communicating and collaborating with local officials and community organizations in an effort to implement an emergency egress for Big Sky, as well as an evacuation plan in case of an emergency. During this time some progress has been made, however, due to the importance of emergency preparedness for the Big Sky community, the Board has decided to elevate the issue to the Governor’s Office.
The proposed Sweetgrass Hills Covenant Amendment has been approved by a simple majority according to voting requirements set forth in the Covenants. With the approval of the the Amendment, the Board approved Sweetgrass Hills Short-Term Rental Restriction Resolution is now in affect. This resolution states that any owners within Sweetgrass Hills who have previously used their property as a Short-Term rental may continue to do so with the following requirements:
The annual submission of a signed Short-Term Rental Registration form (includes name and contact information of owner and relevant property managers as well as a 24 hour contact and information.
The submission to the Association of an annual Short-Term rental fee of $100
Occupancy of rentals is limited to no more than two persons per bedroom plus two additional persons.
On street parking for Short-Term renters is not allowed.
Any violations to the above requirements or Approved Covenants will be subject to fines, late penalties and interest.
Attention Membership: Please be advised that the BSOA Board has revised and approved the Enforcement Resolution to increase the maximum amount of fines for non-compliant members to encourage greater compliance with Covenants and BSOA Governing Documents.