Blue Mountain Village Associations FAQ’s
What is the BMVA?
The Blue Mountain Village Association (BMVA) is a not for profit association formed to manage & maintain all common areas and facilities in the Village, including marketing the Village as a four season destination through the provision of events and animation.
How much do the events in the Village cost?
There is no charge for admission to Village events. All events are open to the public.
Do I have to belong to the BMVA if I buy property in the Village?
Yes. All properties in the Village core (Grand Georgian, Weider Lodge, Seasons At Blue, Mosaic At Blue, Westin Trillium House), Historic Snowbridge, Second Nature, Rivergrass, Monterra Ridge are mandated to become members by a special Ontario legislation, Bill Pr14, An Act Respecting Blue Mountain Village Association passed in 1999. As well, certain properties at Mountain Springs Resort, Chateau Ridge, Cachet Crossing, Mountain Walk and Winter Green have chosen to join the BMVA.
Does everyone have to be a member?
Yes. Every condominium and commercial business located on BMVA registered land must become a member. Members are classified as Lodging Owners, (those properties in the BMR or associate member rental programs), Residential Owners, (those properties used for private purposes) and Commercial Owners (business owners in the Village).
Other members include owners of undeveloped lots, Blue Mountain Resorts Limited and Intrawest ULC. In addition, some businesses due to their close proximity to the Village see the advantage of voluntary Associate membership with the BMVA.
Blue Mountain Village Homeowner FAQ’s
What does homeowners services do?
Our team acts on behalf of you the homeowner when it comes to anything related to your ownership experience at Blue Mountain. We are the rental manager and as such we are responsible for managing the relationship between you as the owner and the guests that come to the resort and stay in your suites. This relationship is clearly defined in the Rental Management Agreement that you signed when you purchased your resort home.
What does my property manager do?
The property manager is responsible for overseeing the outside elements and common areas of the building. These companies are private companies that are contracted by your condo board to work with BMR and Homeowner Services in attending to the common area elements of your building. A full explanation of your property manager’s responsibility is detailed in your condominium documentation.
Who is my property manager and how do I contact them?
Percel Property Management
Grand Georgian & Seasons at Blue – Pam Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org
Simerra Property Management
Village, Mosaic & Rivergrass – Elizabeth Wegner, email@example.com
Mountain Walk/Historic Snowbridge Residents Association and Snowbridge Pool – Calvin Willis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shore to Slope
Chateau Ridge – Melissa McCarthy, email@example.com
Kane Property Management
Cachet Crossing, Wintergreen & Historic Snowbridge – Nancy Kane, firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I arrange to have my suite cleaned while I am occupying my suite?
When you fill out your owners calendar you have an opportunity to request housekeeping services when you come to stay at the resort. By completing that section of the owner’s calendar we will ensure that the service is arranged on your behalf in advance. In the event that you neglect to complete this section of the calendar you can contact HOS in advance of your arrival or you can contact HOS upon arrival to set up daily service. You can also contact AYS (At Your Service) by pressing the appropriate button on the telephone in your suite. Unfortunately Legacy owners do not have the option for daily service. There would be an additional charge for any additional housekeeping on a one off basis.