News and Notices
Property owner news and notices.
2018 Fireworks Booklet
Check it out for weekend's events, holiday hours, services directory, Fireworks Patrons and more!
Building Permits Location Change
Building permits may now be obtained from Nikki Wobbe at the Innsbrook Innovative Designs Center in the lower level of the Real Estate Sales office. Download a permit application here. Contact Nikki at ext. 9173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Water Quality Report
The Safe Drinking Water Acts require that water systems issue an annual consumer confidence report to customers. See our latest report here.
Explore the 2018 edition of Innsbrook's annual magazine, Innsight, featuring the latest updates on our community and property owner events for this year.
2018 Phone Directories
Property owners who opted to have their contact information included in the 2018 Innsbrook Phone Directory can pick up their complimentary copy of the directory at the Property Owner Information Office at Charrette Creek Commons beginning on Thursday, March 1. Additional copies may be purchased (only by those listed in the directory) for $2. Ext. 9180.
Innsbrook Email Sign Up
Keep up-to-date with the latest news by signing up for Innsbrook emails: www.innsbrook-resort.com/about/email-sign-up. Just select "Yes" for the categories of information you want to receive updates about! Property owner email lists include: Village Views, events, emergency news and announcements; and Camp Innsbrook. You can also sign up for real estate, golf, weddings, dining and special events, vacations and meetings email updates! Need assistance? Call ext. 0.
Warren County Severe Weather Notifications
Prepare for a possible weather emergency by signing up with CodeRed to receive weather warnings on your home and/or cell phone. You can also elect to receive emails and text messages. CodeRed is an emergency alert service provided at no charge, though standard carrier fees do apply to text messages. When the National Weather Service issues a severe warning, only residents directly affected by the situation will be notified. Visit www.warrencountyema.com or call 636.456.3786 to register.
We're Sticklers When it Comes to Stickers!
No exceptions! Car stickers are for immediate family members only. All guests must go through the Main Gate to get a pass. There are security cameras at each gate and patrol will be sent to your property if you are seen driving your car through a gate and allowing a guest to follow without authorization. If these rules are violated, your stickers could be turned off. Ext. 9180.
Get Fit !
Try out one of the daily fitness classes offered at Charrette Creek Commons! Classes are offered in yoga, zumba, silver strength (for those over age 55) and more! See the complete fitness class schedule at www.innsbrook-resort.com/property-owners/commons/fitness-class-registration. Attend one class for $12, purchase a 10-class package for $50 or get a yearly unlimited package for $500! Ext. 9180.
Make Sure You're Not Missing Our Important Emails!
Make sure that you're not missing out on important emails concerning our Innsbrook community by adding email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your list of safe senders in your email client.
The Open Book Library
Dive into reading at Innsbrook's very own lending library! The Open Book Library is located in the stables area, near the Farmhouse and it's always open! There is no checkout system, just choose some books that look like good reading, take them to your Innsbrook property and bring them back to the library when done! You can also donate items. Please first refer to the list at the library for items that cannot be accepted due to limited space.
2017 Fireworks Booklet
Guest Authorization Changes
Online guest authorizations will now be done through the new Innsbrook Property Owner Portal. If this is your first visit to the portal, you will need to register to gain access to its features. Once registered, you’ll simply log in on future visits. You can access the portal at any time by going to http://bit.ly/POportal. Ext. 9180.
Innsbrook is a No-Drone Zone
The skies over Innsbrook have been deemed a "No Drone Zone" by Innsbrook leadership based on feedback and concerns from property owners. People come to Innsbrook for the ultimate private getaway and peacefulness. Though it may not be the pilot's intent, some property owners feel as if their private peace of paradise has been violated if a drone is suddenly whirring overhead. Please contact Innsbrook Security at ext. 9400 if you spot a drone over your property.
That Piece of Trash Could be Worth $100!
Even in a beautiful, nature-loving community like ours, certain items like soda and beer cans and empty plastic bottles seem to magically appear along the road. If you are going out for walk or hike, would you consider taking a small plastic bag along to help us pick this stuff up? Just to make it interesting, Ed Boyce is bringing back the “Beer Can Contest” hunt with prizes of $5, $10, $20 and $100 cash! If you find Ed's business card on any can, take that item to the Property Owner Information Office at Charrette Creek Commons to collect your cash reward. There is only one rule to the contest: Any items you pick up go into the trash or recycling—you can’t throw them down again. Ext. 9180.
Important Notice for Those with Irrigation Systems
If you have an irrigation system (and ONLY if you have an irrigation system) please make arrangements to have the backflow prevention device inspected this year and have a copy forwarded to Duke Haydon in the Innsbrook Utilities department. This is necessary even if you do not currently use your irrigation system. Your installer is normally capable of this test and it is usually done as part of the spring start-up procedure. Also, Keith Thompson (ext. 9177) in our Horticulture Department can perform the test if you prefer. If you have any questions, please contact Duke at ext. 9167.
Do Not Place Large Items in Dumpsters: Cameras are Recording
Large items should not be placed in dumpsters, including things such as construction debris, lumber, appliances, furniture, etc. Innsbrook has fully operational video cameras at each of the trash and recycling depots. If you deposit anything besides household trash and recycling, you will be fined $250. Ext. 9163.
Permits, Please! Which Projects Require Them?
The best way to remember which construction, repair or improvement projects require a building permit is to keep in mind that any exterior work to your Innsbrook chalet or home requires one. Call ext. 9163 with questions.
Building Adventures for Generations to Come
You can contribute to the fun and enjoyment of Charrette Creek Commons for future generations by making a commemorative donation for the purpose of personalized bricks, restful tables and benches or cooling shade trees! Find out more by calling ext. 9180 or by clicking here.
Reminders from Security
- In case of emergency, always dial 911 from either your land line or a cell phone.
- For everyone's safety, dogs must be on a leash at all times.
- Surveillance cameras are being installed at the trash and recycling depots. Signage clearly lists permissible and prohibited items. Fines for violations will be assessed.
- Golf carts and UTVs: Unfortunately, nothing can ruin a nice day out more than an accident. For the safety of our friends and family, do not allow underage or unlicensed drivers to operate your vehicle.
For security-related questions, please call ext. 9400.
Security Monitoring Documentation
Many of our property owners require proof that their property is monitored by security. If you require a letter of documentation, please contact Dan Dieckmann at ext. 9402 or email email@example.com.
Boat and Recreational Stickers are Required
All boats must be registered with Innsbrook and have an Innsbrook boat sticker. These stickers assure that we can track down the rightful owners in the event that the boat floats away in high water or becomes untied. The same goes for recreational vehicles (golf carts and UTVs) in the event there is a breakdown or we find an abandoned vehicle. Download a sticker form at www.innsbrook-resort.com/property-owners/forms or call ext. 9180.
Property Owner Information and Activities Office has Moved
The property owner information and activities office is now located in the East Building of Charrette Creek Commons. If you have questions about or need to pick up car/boat/recreational stickers or phone directories, general inquiries, questions about registering for kids' camps and summer workshops, event calendars, building permits, tarp purchases, lost and found, and of course anything concerning the facilities at Charrette Creek Commons, you will need to see Karen Denson and/or MacKenzie Justis at the new building. Their phone extensions (9180 and 9213, respectively) have not changed.
Brush Cutting Etiquette
If you are tree trimming or brush cutting on your property, please be sure to keep the trimmings on your lot or recycle them at the brush pile across from the Property Management Building.
Boat Stickers are for Your Benefit
All property owner boats at Innsbrook are REQUIRED to have stickers. Many boats look the same, so when they become lost or wash away in heavy rain, there may be a challenge in reuniting them with their owner. These stickers do not expire and your existing boat sticker is still valid. Each sticker is $5. Click here to find the registration form. Questions? Call ext. 9180.
IBK Cable TV Update: Perform a Channel Scan
It’s a good practice to occasionally perform a channel scan on your digital TV to see whether additional digital channels and/or updates are available. A channel scan will automatically search for the digital broadcast channels that are currently available at Innsbrook. Consult the owner’s manual of your digital-to-analog converter box or digital TV for detailed instructions on how to perform a channel scan for your device. Please email Matthew at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about performing a channel scan or to provide feedback about your cable service. Ext. 9175.
Stop by Charrette Creek Commons, Real Estate Sales Office or Aspen Center and check out our brand new hiking trail guides and Hiking Trail Pocket Guide and head out for a new IBK adventure! The maps are easy to understand, pleasant to look at and convenient to carry along. The Pocket Guide contains a smaller version of each map, along with birds, wildflowers, animal tracks and butterflies to look for on your hike. You can also download the maps online. Ext. 9180.
Download the Innsbrook App!
You can now take Innsbrook with you wherever you go with our new app! Features of the app include: View Upcoming Events, See Photos and Get Community Updates, Make Reservations at the Clubhouse Bar & Grille, View Golf and Real Estate Information, Submit Customer Feedback ... and more!
Fire District Rating May Lower Insurance
The Wright City Fire Protection District (WCFPD) recently received confirmation from the Insurance Services Office (ISO) of a reduction in the insurance rating for properties within five road miles of a WCFPD or mutual aid partner’s responding fire station and within 1,000 feet of a fire hydrant or alternate water supply. Many insurance companies use the ISO rating as part of their formula for calculating insurance premiums. Innsbrook property owners located within the WCFPD are encouraged to check with their insurance companies to see if the ISO changes will affect the cost of their insurance. If you have any questions, please contact Chief MacKnight at 636.745.2262 or email@example.com.
For More Information
Contact the Innsbrook Owners' Association at 636.928.3366 x9180 or firstname.lastname@example.org.