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Skagit Highlands
Homeowners Association
 
 

Welcome!
 
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.
 
Quick Links                                     Learn More and Become Involved!
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.
 

PLEASE MAIL ASSESSMENT PAYMENTS TO:
c/o The Management Trust
PO Box 80286
City of Industry, CA  91716-8286
Please write your six digit account number on the check and
enclose the coupon or statement stub.

 
 

~ Community News ~
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
Please click here for city news, specifically fireworks information.  
 
Skagit Highlands Alder Tree Removal Project - City of Mount Vernon
Posted on Jun 29th, 2015
Staging for alder removal starts today (June 29, 2015).  The Washington Conservation Corps will be working on the Mt. Baker Loop area first (around the water pond area) and then will be moving onto the Skagit Highlands Parkway hill area.  This group may be called away at times to help fight fires, so the work may be spread out over some time due to that factor.  
 
Also, they will be putting herbacides onto the stumps of the alders to restrict furhter growth.  The herbicide markers are yellow flags and will be marked according to Washington Code.  They will be posting these flags near the ponds in the areas they work on.  For further information on any of this, please contact your community manager.  
 
The city owned parcels below the HOA trail at Skagit Highlands (the hill Skagit Highlands Parkway from College Way).
 
They are P127340-43 and the information can be found on Skagit Imap
 
The city will be removing any alder that might clog up the drainage system.   The WCC will be working on the site sometime late June or early July.
 
NEW PARKING RESTRICTIONS
Posted on Jun 26th, 2015
The City of Mount Vernon has done some studies on street parking.  Please click here to see part of their solution.  Looks like more changes will be coming as well.  
 
 
~ Upcoming Events ~
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
Saturday, July 11th, 9:00 AM TO 5:00 pm at Skagit Highlands Community
 
We hope that you will take this opportunity to join in on the community garage sale this year.  We will place banners and newspaper ads to promote this event.  
 
Things to remember:
  • Very big even with lots of car traffic and foot traffic
  • Be aware of your surroundings and secure things that you don't wish to be tampered with
  • If you don't want people to walk in your lawn, take the appropriate precausions by roping it off
  • The street are public, so we cannot block, rope off, or deter people from parking on the street
  • Walk around and meet your neighbors
  • Have fun and make lots of money while selling some of your treasures
 
FLICKS IN THE STICKS
Saturday, July 11th, Dusk at The Big Park (Crested Butte and Skagit Highlands Parkway)

Skagit Highlands HOA Social committee is proud to present FLICKS IN THE STICKS.  
 
Please join us in the main park (Crested Butte and Skagit Highlands Parkway) to watch family friendly movies and meet your neighbors.  *weather permitting
 
Schedule:
 
7/11    Box trolls  (We will have cotton candy and popcorn being served UNTIL THE MOVIE STARTS. Once the movie starts, we stop!!)
 
7/25    Big Hero 6
 
8/8      Planes 2 
 
8/22    Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Movies will start when it’s dark enough (probably after 9:30 pm)
  • Residents are responsible for cleaning up after themselves
  • Bring your own refreshments and snacks (no alcohol is permitted)
  • Movies and dates are subject to change as we are still negotiating the licensing for the movies.