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This community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both your neighborhood and your local community.
Here is a link to the rules for the Skagit Highlands Parkway ("big") park. This park is not an HOA park. Quadrant Homes maintains this park and governs the rules associated with the park.
By popular demand, here is a handy link to the community trails map.
If you are a new homeowner, visit our New Residents page.
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Property Improvement Handbook Read your Community Rules & Covenant Enforcement Policy
Property Improvement Application
Read your Community Covenants ("CC&Rs")
Contact my Community Association Manager
          Learn about what's happening at Skagit Highlands park.

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City of Industry, CA  91716-8286
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~ Community News ~
Posted on Aug 31st, 2015
Please remember to report any down trees or leaning trees.  We are working to get these issues taken care of in a timely manner and your reporting problems is key to our success.  
Include pictures, specific locations and email to ALL of the following relative committee and also include the CAM as she will be coordinating efforts in junction with the help of the committees.
Email addresses:
DO NOT try to remove trees on any common ground areas.    
Board Meeting Info & Minutes Now Posted
Posted on Jul 28th, 2015
Homeowners now have access to previous HOA Board Meeting minutes and information on when board meetings are held. Click here to go to the new page. Homeowner access is required to view the page.
Mount Baker Loop Trail Alder Project
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2015
WCC Alder project affecting Mt. Baker Loop Trail
The workers use spotters when they are cutting down the trees.  Please be aware that on Monday they will be using the wood chipper in the dead-end street near the basketball court.  They have barricaded off a couple of areas at noted on the map.  Please respect the barricade and limit or restrict use of the trail during this project.  Please see the map for more information and/or call the community manager.  
City of Mount Vernon E-news - June 29, 2015
Posted on Jun 29th, 2015
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