Category Archives: Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting Zoom Information Change

The zoom information for the annual meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 4th at 7pm has changed. Please see the information below:

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Or One tap mobile :

    US: +16699009128,,81399176605#  or +12532158782,,81399176605#

Or Telephone:

    Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

        US: +1 669 900 9128  or +1 253 215 8782  or +1 346 248 7799  or +1 646 558 8656  or +1 301 715 8592  or +1 312 626 6799

Webinar ID: 813 9917 6605

Upper Weber Canyon Property Owners Association Meeting

Please see the announcement below:

On May 19th at 7:00 pm at Cattleman’s Hall in Oakley, (911 West Center Street in Oakley) there will be an annual meeting of the Upper Weber Canyon Property Owners Association. We are all members of this association and are all invited to attend. There will be lots of new information to share with everyone, ie. upgrading internet service, fire mitigation information, safety information and more.

Please attend!! We all have a stake in our canyon community and we need everyone’s input. The original meeting was on May 10th in Salt Lake but Mayor Wilson has cancelled all meetings in the county building so we had to move and reschedule.

2021 Board of Directors Nominee Information

There are two (2) positions on the Board of Directors to be filled in 2021. Ballots are being e-mailed (via a survey from SurveyMonkey) this week to those who have e-mail addresses on record with the Association. Paper ballots are being mailed to those whom we do not have an e-mail address. Please follow the instructions given in your ballot to vote. Only one ballot per Association Member.

Below is information on the 2021 Board of Directors Nominees:

Drue Bunting

Drue & Colleen and their children have been coming to Upper Weber Canyon for the last 43 years. Drue’s family has a cabin at Pines Ranch. Drue Helped his Dad for many years while his Dad served as Secretary of the UWCPOA. Five years ago Drue’s family decided that they needed a place of their own. After a long and arduous search they chose a cabin in the Beaver Springs Ranch and are coming up on two years of enjoyment there. Drue has spent 40 years as part owner of two commercial sheet metal contracting company’s and it goes without saying they enjoy all their free time, or as much as they can, in the mountains. Drue has served as the PTA President of Taylorsville High School during the 2000-2001 & 2001-2002 school years. One of his accomplishments there was bringing the Association back in the black after several years of deficit spending. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Utah since 1998. He also served as Secretary from 9/12-9/14 and Vice President from 9/14-9/16 and as President from 9/16-9/18. He holds a Board position as Past President until 9/20. Drue commits to give his best to the Association to continue making this Association a beautiful lifestyle for all of our neighbors.

Jess Hofberger

Hello Beaver Springs Ranch Community,

It has been an honor to serve as one of your HOA Board members for the last two years. My wife and I have been homeowners at BSR since 2007 and it’s been a pleasure to meet our owners, work alongside neighbors, and give back to this wonderful community. 

Over the past two years, we have focused on bringing the association’s fiscal house in order in anticipation of some major work ahead of us (a new bridge and our ongoing endeavor to better the roads). While this did mean HOA fees were raised slightly, I believe this will keep our community maintained and safe for the long haul! I am also extremely proud of the board’s efforts in repairing the Morehouse road without a community assessment and believe that thoughtful projects like this, coupled with the slight raise in the HOA fee, will ensure our communities’ future is bright.

I am asking for your support in running for another term so I can continue to serve the BSR community and “finish what I’ve started”. This includes: maintaining the current bridge this year; in order to replace it the following year, beginning a process to address the changing winter needs of the community- especially as a continued lack of cold and snow alter the way the roads are used. And most importantly, putting a renewed focus on community rules and regulations. There are more people than ever spending time on the mountain and it is the Board’s responsibility to educate newcomers, respect our neighbors and maintain our small town atmosphere. 

Thanks for your support. See you on the mountain.

Sean Steinman

My name is Sean Steinman and recently became an owner and resident of Beaver Springs with my Wife & 2 children back in August 2020. We jumped right in and fell in love with the community in all ways and split time between our Residence at the Base of Big Cottonwood Canyon & Beaver Springs about 70/30. 

I was born and raised in Utah, and own multiple businesses within Utah with a mantra across all of the entities which is Love Your City. From Restaurants to Real Estate Development we cover it all and have a thoughtful approach to create a sense of community and foundation of growth. Our Developments consist of affordable housing, market rate townhomes, single family spec and we have thrown a Community cafe into the mix to create a sense of place for the communities we love. 

I would enjoy being a part of the board within Beaver Springs to preserve the beauty and serenity of the community.  

Thank you for your consideration. 


The BSR Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 4th, 2021, beginning at 7:00 PM. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and complications, the meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. If you are unable to attend, there will be a recording of the meeting posted soon after May 4th.

Two board positions are open for election. We are seeking candidates for these positions. Please contact us at beaverspringsranchassoc­@­ (must type e-mail address; don’t copy/paste) if you are interested. A short bio (up to 200 words) must be provided by April 10th.

Annual Meeting Connection Info

We will be hosting our 2020 Annual Meeting via a Zoom webinar on Monday, May 11th, starting at 7:00 PM Mountain Time.

In case you need to work out any technical difficulties, please attempt to join any time between now and Monday at 7:00 PM. If all is well when joining online, you should get a message that says, “The webinar is scheduled for… 2020 BSR Annual Meeting.” You may click on the ‘x’ in the upper right corner and leave the meeting. Be sure to come back closer to our start time using the URL below. For technical support, please contact Zoom Support.

Please click the following link to join the webinar online for the best experience:

If necessary, you may join our meeting via telephone using any of the methods given below:

  • iPhone one-tap: +12532158782,,85677911370#,,1#,387048#
  • Or Telephone: +1 669 900 9128
        Webinar ID: 856 7791 1370
        Password: 387048
  • International numbers available at

2020 Board of Directors Nominee Information

There are three (3) positions on the Board of Directors to be filled in 2020. Ballots are being e-mailed (via a survey from SurveyMonkey) today to those who have e-mail addresses on record with the Association. Paper ballots are being mailed to those whom we do not have an e-mail address. Please follow the instructions given in your ballot to vote. Only one ballot per Association Member.

Below is information on the 2020 Board of Directors Nominees:

Alicia O’Meara

Hi my name is Alicia O’Meara and for some of you that don’t know me, I have had my cabin property since 2006. Now I spend most of my time there which makes it easy for me to address issues on property. I have been on the Beavers Springs Ranch board for the past term. My position on the board has been Treasurer. I worked closely with Jim Stevenson transitioning to a modernized online accounting system and Beaver Springs Ranch HOA is online and working well. I would like to continue streamlining this process as to better serve our members. Sincerely, Alicia.

Angela Dohanos

My family and I have lived here full time since October 2015 – yes, you counted right – 5 winters! We moved from Salt Lake City, but we are originally from Northern Ohio. We live at Rancheros Lot 20 or 6396 Escalante. I am a librarian at the Park City Library. My husband, Dan, is a carpenter in Francis at Uinta Cabinet. We have 3 children – Chloe (16, next month), Andrew (5.5) and Jay (3.5). We have two cats, Maya and Oliver, and two huskies, Oakley and Sunny. The dogs are friendly (even if they bark sometimes) and they are contained by an electric fence. Like many of you, we are working on a million projects at our house. We love being outdoors, and you might see us hiking or by the river. Since we (usually) work full time or have obligations for the kids we are often on the go. I have been on the HOA Board for the past two years, and helped with the install of the automatic gate. I love being involved in the community and helping to improve our neighborhood!

Dave Williams

I was born in 1964, when I was 2 weeks old my Grandparents with help from my parents, aunts, and uncles started to build our family cabin. I spent most of my weekends and holidays (year round) at our family cabin for most of my 56 years.

I have been a professional mechanic since the early 1980’s. In 1993 I started my own business and enjoyed providing a needed service to the public. In 2019 after much thought decided to move on to other business opportunities.

Now I have a little extra time to give to the mountain I enjoy so much.

Kohnie Jensen

My parents purchased our property in 1971. It was my favorite place to go growing up. After they passed, my sister and I retained the property wanting the memories to be passed down through generations. It is still my favorite place to go. I was an educator in Jordan School District for 29 years and one year in Cedar City. My specialty, Mathematics. I served in various positions throughout the years including Department Chairperson and Data Specialist. I also worked closely with the district math consultant developing materials and writing a resource book for the new standards, launched in 2013. After 30 years, I retired from education and worked for Independent Eye Care Professionals with accounts receivable, their rebate program, and individuals and group billings, and distributed funds to states throughout the country. After three years I returned to the classroom. I now teach closer to home at Olympus High in Granite School District. Returning to education was a great decision; I love the classroom and my students. It also frees me up to “head for the hills” on a more regular basis. I love the relationships on the mountain and want to help preserve that heritage.

2020 BSR Annual Meeting

The BSR Annual Meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 11, 2020, beginning at 7:00 PM. Due to restrictions for COVID-19, the Board has decided unanimously to hold the meeting online with access also available via phone. Details for connecting to the meeting will be announced as soon as we know them.

Three board positions are open for election. Voting will be conducted electronically for those whom we have an e-mail address, and will be by mail-in ballot for those whom we do not have an e-mail address.

Packets of the meeting announcement, details for connecting to the meeting, and how to vote will be distributed in the next week or two. We wanted to get the word out ASAP that our meeting will not be in-person this year due.

We are planning to have a recording of the meeting available within a few days after the meeting.