You may pay your Jonathan Association dues online using the Gassen Management Company’s website. Click on the button to the right to visit the payment portal.
“What do my Jonathan Annual dues cover?”
2018 Jonathan Association Dues are $276.10
- Spring and fall cleanup
- Special events: 4th of July Celebration, National Night Out, Cocoa and Coasting, Festival of Garage Sales
- Karen House and Apple Barn maintenance and repairs
- Boulevard, trail, and common area maintenance and snow removal
- Tree maintenance and removal in common areas
- Tot Lot maintenance
- Garden plots
- Landscaping maintenance for neighborhood monument signs, silo, obelisk, gazebo, and neighborhood island
- Bus shelter and mail station maintenance
- On-site property manager
- Maintenance supervisor
- Seasonal groundskeeping
- Major, long-term projects
- Unforeseen expenses
- Liability insurance for common areas
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- Use your physical street address, not a mailing address
- Avoid using abbreviations
- Do not include unit/apt numbers
- Do not include city, state, or zip codes
- Example: 123 Main Street *NOT* 123 Main St, Apt # 101, Chaska, MN 55318
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Master and Sub-Associations
The Jonathan Association is considered a master association. A master association is responsible for paying annual dues and complying with its governing documents, articles, by-laws and covenants. As the umbrella association for the entire community, the master association maintains the common areas such as trails, mail stations, tot lots and amenities.
Within the master association, there may be separate sub-associations, with their own dues, policies and governing documents, as created by their developers. If you own a home in a “sub”, you are a member of this association, as well as the master. This means you must pay a second set of dues, usually monthly, to help cover the sub’s costs of maintaining your neighborhood’s common areas and amenities. You must obey the sub’s covenants, architectural guidelines and other provisions, as well as those of the master association.