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Welcome to the Legacy Mountain Home Owners Association website.  We hope this site will help improve communications among homeowners and provide valuable information.  If you have any suggestions or additions, please let us know by selecting Contact Us on the left side of the screen.
     Drive to Fairview, Utah, on US 89.
     When you come to 300 South, turn east toward the mountains.  300 South is also known as Mountainville Highway.
     Follow the Mountainville Highway about 2 miles until you come to the large sign which reads Skyline Mountain Resort.  There is also a sign which reads Legacy Mountain.
     Turn into the resort and head east toward the mountains on the Upper Gate road.  Drive about a half mile and turn left when the road forks.
     Pass the home (their sign says the Hanks live there) and notice the large gate ahead.  A couple of car lengths before the gate, there is a place on the left side of the road where you need to touch the card key to an electronic pad.  You will see the gate swing toward you.
     Drive through the gate and immediately turn right onto Birch Creek Road, heading east.
     Follow Birch Creek Road about a mile until you see a sign which points to the left for Legacy Mountain.  Take a sharp left and follow the road.  There is a sign for Legacy Mountain so you know you’re in the right place.  The parking lot for Legacy Mountain is just past the construction equipment at your left before the snow gate, a dark red brick-colored gate which is open during the warm season.  (Legacy Mountain owners use the parking lot to park their cars and trucks, trailers, ATVs, snow cats, snowmobiles, etc. if not taking them to their cabins.)
     Go through the snow gate and drive a short distance until the road forks.  Depending on where your property is located on the mountain, make your choice to go either left or right.
Winter Parking
Posted on Oct 15th, 2020
All vehicles left in any of our parking lots need to be labeled with your member lot number and a contact phone number.   As many of you know, our parking lots fill up quickly, especially on weekends in the winter months. Please be sure you have printed papers with your lot number in your glove compartment ready to display for you and your guests so that we know it is Legacy Members using the lot that all of you have paid for.   Please report any cars you see whose occupants seem to not be heading up towards the Legacy Mountain Area.  This is a private parking lot for Legacy Mountain Members and Guests as our posted sign instructs.  Because it is private property, this can be reported to the local sheriff's office in Fairview not Mt. Pleasant. 
We remind all of our members to be courteous and mindful of other members when you park. 
The upper parking lot is available for snow vehicles and snowmobile trailers that will be left there all winter.  After the first snow falls no wheeled vehicles will be allowed in the upper lot because the area will not be plowed.  First of all, we want anyone leaving their snowmobile trailers to be able to enter and exit their trailers and in order to do that, they must have snow. Second, we do not want wheeled vehicles to get stuck.  
Anyone with snowmobiles who will be coming and going during the winter can offload near the snow gate and park in one of the lower areas. 
We would like to remind you that keys can be acquired for the snow gate if you have a vehicle that is too large to fit through the small opening next to the locked gate. (Anything larger than a side by side with tracks on it will not fit through the small opening.)  Keys can be obtained from our Treasurer, Judy Berg, 801-597-1557.  Please leave a message. There is a key deposit fee of $50.00.  You can mail a check to 6171 Don Leone Drive, Taylorsville, Utah 84129 and a key will be assigned to you and mailed out. 
We want to remind everyone that the snow gate should not be bypassed by driving up over the hill.  We continue to place larger and larger rocks and people still drive over them.  Once one person has driven up over the hill then everyone thinks they can too.  Our next idea is to place a fence which will be an added expense for the owners. 
We look forward to seeing you enjoying your property this winter.  Pray for snow, maybe just not as much as last year. 
Legacy Mountain HOA Board
Electronic Gate
Posted on Oct 7th, 2020
The redesigned electronic gate on the Upper Gate Road is now fully operational including the key pad feature, which is available at an additional charge.  Please see the SMR office ladies at their clubhouse for details on purchasing the additional features or to purchase additional gate key cards.  This new gate will provide greater security for all Legacy Mountain HOA members.  (Your original key cards can be used to open the electronic gate.)
The card costs are as follows:
 *Cards 1 & 2 are free for new members (only SMR & Legacy Mountain members)
 *Cards 3, 4, & 5 will cost $8.00 + tax
 *Card 6 will cost $20.00 + tax
 *Card 7 will cost $40.00 + tax
 *Card 8 will cost $80.00 + tax
 *Replacement cards will be $8.00 + tax
 *Clickers (remote control) will be available and count as a card and will cost $75.00 + tax
 *Contractor clickers & non-member clickers will cost $200.00 + tax
 *Contractor gate cards will cost $100.00 + tax (they need to check in every 3 months to stay active)
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Posted on Oct 7th, 2020
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The Snow Gate
The snow gate is now closed for the season (December 19, 2020).