Governance

Baseline is a community like no other. With innovative conservation programs and fun activities, Baseline is buzzing with life.

To help ensure the vision and integrity of the community stay intact, Baseline is managed by metropolitan districts (the “Districts”) and three other nonprofit entities: Baseline Community Association, Inc. (BCA), Baseline Enrichment & Community Collaboration Assembly, Inc (BECCA), Baseline/North Park Commercial Owners’ Association, Inc. (BCOA).

To view a visual breakdown of what each entity’s responsibilities include, check out our handy governance infographic.

Baseline Community Association, Inc.

The BCA preserves certain special landscapes and unique neighborhood settings for Baseline. Contact BCA about BCA governance and operations; assessments and fees; waste and recycling; maintenance of amenities and alleyways; and community compliance.

Governed by a Board of Directors, with assistance from a Community Operations Manager, the BCA enforces the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Baseline Residential—a flexible system of standards and procedures for the overall development, administration, and preservation of the residential portions of Baseline. All residential property owners are members of the BCA.

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Baseline Enrichment and Community Collaboration Assembly, Inc.

BECCA fosters unique opportunities for social and civic engagement among Baseline residents and is funded by the BCA and the BCOA. Contact BECCA about events and activities; programs including recreation, welcome, and leadership; clubs and groups; volunteer and philanthropic opportunities; sustainability and community arts initiatives; charitable and educational support; and resident communications.

Governed by a Board of Directors, and overseen by a Community Engagement Director, BECCA administers the Community Enrichment Covenant for Baseline—a comprehensive plan for fostering a unified sense of belonging, inclusiveness, and pride of place in Baseline.

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Baseline Commercial Owners’ Association, Inc.

BCOA preserves Baseline’s special commercial landscapes and unique public settings by ensuring that community standards are maintained. Contact the BCOA about commercial governance and operations and assessments and fees; maintenance of commercial areas; and commercial compliance.

Governed by a Board of Directors, with assistance from a Community Operations Manager, the BCOA enforces the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions applicable to the commercial areas within Baseline—a flexible system of standards and procedures for the overall development, administration, and preservation of the commercial portions of Baseline. All commercial property owners are members of the BCOA.

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Districts

Baseline includes 9 districts, which serve as perpetual, quasi-municipal corporations to finance, construct, operate, and maintain certain public infrastructures, such as open spaces, natural areas, parks, landscapes, and detention ponds.

Each District is or will be governed by an elected Board of Directors and overseen by a District Manager. The Districts provide, operate, and maintain infrastructure and facilities through issuance of bonds and collection of property taxes in the form of a mill levy. District 3 is residential. You may visit the Baseline Metro District’s website here.