Who We Are | What We Do
There are two closely related organizations that cover the same geographical area but have different functions and responsibilities, Waterville Estates Village District (this website) and Waterville Estates Association.
Waterville Estates Village District (District) is the municipality responsible for Roads, Water, and Community Properties in the Estates. The governing body, the Commission, is responsible to comply with New Hampshire law in its operations. The Commission is charged with responsible spending and setting policy in accordance with the actions of the WEVD voters at the Annual Meeting. The Waterville Estates Village District seeks to efficiently and effectively provide the following: an adequate supply and delivery of quality water; road maintenance; maintenance of the community assets/buildings and other infrastructure owned by the District; and support for recreational programs as agreed upon with the Waterville Estates Association. Our mission is the maintain or enhance the remarkable and rewarding quality of life experienced by all property owners in Waterville Estates.
Waterville Estates Association (Association) is a homeowner's association which is managed by a Board that is elected by homeowners. It was incorporated in 1972 for the purpose of renting, leasing, owning, operating and managing certain recreational common property. The property was deeded to the District to maintain. The Association is funded by dues and fees. As a private corporation, Waterville Estates Assocation is not a municipal organization and is not subject to the New Hampshire laws regulating municipalities. By mutual agreement the Assocation manages and funds the recreation programs.
The Town of Waterville Valley, NH is not associated with either of these.
We are also completely separate from Waterville Estates Realty.