The purpose of a community association’s governing documents is to provide for the legal structure and operation of the community.
- Define the rights and obligations of both the association and its owners
- Create a binding relationship between each owner and the association
- Establish the mechanisms for governing and funding the association’s operations
- Set forth rules and standards for the:
- Protection of both owners and the community
- Enhancement of property values
- Promotion of harmonious living
If you are planning any changes to the outside of your unit (including painting, roof replacement, fences, decks, etc.), the governing documents require that you submit a request to the committee for approval before starting the project. The ACC Application Form may be printed for your use. Please submit a separate application for each item (or project) that you are requesting. For example, if you are painting and want to build a deck at the same time, you’ll need to submit two application packages. It is especially important to make sure you submit a complete package with all required information to receive approval. Incomplete submission packages may delay your project.
Please mail a complete submission package to:
JCHiggins & Associates
P.O. Box 731029
Puyallup, WA 98373
If you have any questions, please contact your Association Manager.
Download ACC Application Forms
If instructed under the section of the Application Form that applies to your proposed project (i.e. deck), please remember to include a sketch/drawing with measurements and submit that with your form.
Please submit a separate form for each item (or change) that you are requesting.
The Board of Directors meetings are open for observation to all homeowners. Please contact the Manager or the Board for the date of the next Board Meeting.
The Association Annual Membership meetings are held near the end of each year. All Homeowners are welcome to attend and observe these meetings. Official notice of the next meeting will be mailed to each homeowner at least 2 weeks prior to the meeting date.