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Community-Wide Yard Sale June 19 - Map
Posted on Jun 19th, 2021 Comments (0)
Now Hiring For Pool Attendant
Posted on May 26th, 2021
We are seeking a qualified Seasonal Pool Attendant for the new Overland pool opening summer of 2021.
The Pool Attendant will monitor and supervise the pool including enforcement of safety policies and aquatic procedures.
1. Check-in residents and guests to the pool, including according to reservation system as appropriate.
2. Monitor and enforce pool rules and policies.
3. Ensure the pool facility is clean and organized.
4. Understand facility emergency action plan, and how to engage it. 
5. Answer resident questions and forwards requests to the Manager.
6. Close the pool and provide cleaning and organization of the furniture.
7. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Outdoor work environment.
2. Able to lift and carry up to 30lbs.
1. 6-months experience in a customer service environment.
2. Must be 16 years of age or older.
3. Qualified applicants must display the following: excellent customer service skills, a positive, outgoing personality, the ability to work as a team player, the ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, and the ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
4. Individuals must be willing to work flexible hours; including the ability to work mornings, afternoons, nights, weekends, and holiday shifts as needed. The employee will be expected to substitute when necessary.
1. Certified as a lifeguard with a Nationally Recognized association.
2. Certified in CPR & First Aid.
If you or someone you know is interested, please send a resume to
Snow Removal
Posted on Dec 18th, 2020 Comments (0)
Snow Removal Reminder
The winter season is here! 
The HOA is responsible for any shared or private areas in the community such as shared driveways, sidewalks, and common areas. Snowplowing does not occur for accumulation under 2". Contractors will be dispatched when 2" or more has accumulated, or at the end of each snow event, depending on the conditions of the snow event. Based on the crew's starting location, you may not see them immediately. 
Eagle Mountain City is responsible for snow removal on all city streets. For more information on Eagle Mountain City snow removal procedures, please click HERE to be redirected to
It may be a good idea to keep a shovel on hand in the event of a snow emergency. As well, always exercise care and diligence when venturing out, even if it's just to get the mail, as moisture in the air combined with freezing temperatures can create the perfect conditions for ice to form.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us.
COVID-19 Resource Links
Posted on Apr 6th, 2020 Comments (0)
Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives
Utah Economic Recovery Plan Resources
The U.S. Small Business Administration began accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Lenders will be administering this loan program for small business with a starting balance of $349 billion as part of the CARES Act signed into law by President Trump. Contact your local bank for information.
Here is an approved listing of Utah banks that are acting as approved lenders.
Here is an approved listing of Credit Unions that are acting as approved lenders.
The SBA also began accepting applications for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) as well. A $10,000 forgivable advance is available for funds deployed in the eight weeks following approval. For more information on the EIDL, visit the website below.
Another innovative idea came from our friends at Silicon Slopes. They rolled out a Slopes Serves webpage this week dedicated to COVID-19 resources, which includes links to other resources and a text message chat bot, that can answer questions for your business.
Limited Common Area, Park & Playground Use
Posted on Mar 27th, 2020
Dear Overland Residents, 
Recently, the Salt Lake County Health Department released its guidelines to help limit the spread of COVID-19. At this time, the board is asking all residents to adhere to the Health Department guidelines for the safety of all residents within the community. We understand that we are in a different county, and want you to know that the HOA will not be patrolling or enforcing a government order, only that we are facilitating the distribution of information so that residents can take appropriate action to help limit the spread of COVID-19. 
Salt Lake County Guidelines
Effective immediately and until further notice please adhere to the Health Department Guidelines as follows:
  1. Children’s playgrounds are closed 
  2. Team sports, including pickup games, are prohibited
  3. Do not share equipment with others
  4. Sport fields and courts may be open but should be used individually or only by members of the same household
  5. We encourage individual sports and activities that allow 6 feet to remain between people not in the same household
  6. Recreational areas, including parks, trails, trail heads, dog parks, and sports fields and courts should be used only while maintaining 6-feet of space between people not in the same household
  7. Wash or sanitize hands frequently throughout the activity
  8. Pack out what you pack in to help maintain the safety of residents and association groundskeepers
Thank you for your continued patients at this time. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Overland Master Association

Community Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update
Posted on Mar 23rd, 2020
Overland Residents,
Overland Master Association is committed to both your personal and community well-being as you face concerns and uncertainty surrounding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are closely monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and federal, state and local agencies to help ensure we are taking appropriate actions in this evolving situation.
Overland is following the lead of the state and city and will be following those measures set by Governor Herbert.
• Limit mass gatherings to less than 10, including church meetings, concerts, and conferences.
• Those over the age of 60 and those with compromised immune systems should avoid gatherings of more than 20 people.
• If you or any member of your household are sick, stay home. If you can work from home, do so.
We want to ensure you that the health and safety of our residents are at the forefront of our minds during this time. In the abundance of caution for our employees and residents, we will be canceling the Overland Spring Spectacular and will replace with a large community event when we are in the clear.  We will sending out a community newsletter weekly, with Virtual Lifestyle programs and activities for all ages to participate in. If you do not receive our newsletter, make sure to reach out Brooke at to get added to the list.

Our hope is that we are being overly cautious, but we are asking everyone to cooperate in taking preventive measures in fighting the virus. We plan to have added events at a future time, when all of this clears up and our safety and well-being is not at risk. We will continue to update you as changes are made. We ask that you be patient as we continue to evaluate this situation.
We want you to know that this is mainly precautionary. Please do your best to stay calm as you prepare for these preventative measures. We appreciate your willingness to take these precautions.
For additional information about COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at We will also be posting important updates on, Facebook and through email blast in regards to upcoming events, meetings and information.
Best Regards,
Overland Master Association