At the end of the day, Big Sky is more than a place to escape for a week of the "Biggest Skiing in America". Big Sky is a place people call home and where they should feel at home. This goal is best achieved when homeowners, renters, vacationers, and BSOA leaders recognize and accept their rights and responsibilities as members of this community. This entails striking a reasonable balance between the preferences of an individual homeowner and the interests of the BSOA as a whole.
Good neighbors in the BSOA comply with applicable covenants, the laws of the land, and extend common neighborly courtesy. Being a good neighbor means talking to your neighbor about your concerns and contacting the BSOA offices when Covenant violations are observed. The ABC’s of being a good neighbor in the BSOA are by no means exhaustive of every requirement in the Covenants, but discuss those problem areas which seem to crop up regularly.