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Homeowners Association

This community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both your neighborhood and your local community.
Click here for Park rules for all the parks in the Highlands are 
If you are a new homeowner, visit our New Residents page.
         Quick Links                                             Learn More and Become Involved!
Property Improvement Handbook           Community Rules & Covenant Enforcement Policy
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          Read your Community Covenants ("CC&Rs")
Contact the Community Association Manager
          Serve on a Committee
Your Resident board members and how to contact them:  
President:  Heidi Brown   h.brown.president@skagithighlandshoa.org   
Vice President:  Rachel Porter   r.porter.vp@skagigthighlandshoa.org   
Secretary:  Michael Miller   m.miller.secretary@skagithighlandshoa.org 
Treasurer:  Claude Smith  c.smith.treasurer@skagithighlandshoa.org   
Board member at large:  David Jobe  d.jobe.boardmember@skagithighlandshoa.org 
Community Manager:  Laura Hargitt  CAM@skagithighlandshoa.org  
                                    REPORT LANDSCAPE OR TRAILS ISSUES:
                  landscape@skagithighlandshoa.org                     trails@skagithighlandshoa.org

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~ Community News ~
Garbage and Recycle Bins
Posted on Aug 9th, 2016
All trash, recycle, and yard waste containers or receptacles must be stored out of sight from your front yard. Such containers may be put at the curb no earlier than the afternoon before the scheduled pick up service and removed from the curb within 18 hours from the time of pick up. At no time shall such containers be stored in front of the house or garage. The side of the house will be an acceptable location as long as the containers are neatly set back from the front corner of the house or screened acceptably with planting or screening material approved by the PIC.
So you want to have a Garage Sale
Posted on Jul 22nd, 2016
Here is what you need to know:
1.  Contact the community manager to let them know you will be having a garage sale.  Give dates/times.  Email at cam@skagithighlandshoa.org
2.  After the sale, you must remove all signs that may be posted as well as cleaning up your yard so there is no evidence of a garage sale.  
3.  The sale has to be on your property only (not community or other people's property without permission)
Per City Ordinance:  You can only have 1 garage sale per quarter that lasts no longer than 3 days with hours between 8 am and 8 pm.  click here for city rules on garage sales.  
Blue Reflective House Numbers - Did you know
Posted on Jul 21st, 2016
Did you know that you are required to have your blue reflective house number displayed at your house per county code?    
Why is an address sign important? There are 3 primary parts to emergency response system: getting the call information, finding the target, and treating the situation. Therefore, that little sign is 1/3 of the entire emergency response system. If they cannot find you they cannot help you.
Where do I get a blue sign? Contact the Address Coordinator by phone or email, and after your county address is verified, you will receive a free blue address placard in the mail.
Follow this link to secure a blue sign if you don't have one
Reminder of Leashed Pet Rules
Posted on Jul 21st, 2016
There have been recent complaints about homeowners treating the Skagit Highlands Park (aka the "Big Park") as an off-leash dog park. Below are excerpts from both the City of Mount Vernon and Skagit Highlands HOA Community Rules stating rules regarding pet leash rules:
~ Upcoming Events ~
Saturday, November 5th, 9:00 AM
Every year, Skagit Highlands and the social committee put on a food drive.  We will be driving around to pick up your packaged/bagged/box of donated food (non-parishable) by Noon on the 5th.  All food is donated to the local food bank in Mount Vernon.  Last year was a huge success and we doubled the amount of food we have collected the year before.  Lets make this year another record breaker!
Saturday, December 10th
Get your yard lit up before the 10th of December.  We will have a panel drive around and judge your house for it's decorations.  The social committee is hosting the social where we will be giving out prized for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place decoration winners.  All winners must be present to win.  
All times/dates are subject to change.