WELCOME TO THE
EAGLEMONT HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION
Who We Are
We’re responsible for consistently maintaining a high standard of living within our community. Our residents’ satisfaction is our top priority, and we plan events and provide amenities for exactly that purpose. You can count on us for anything related to common area maintenance and community services. We’re Eaglmont Homeowner's Association, always there for you.
Community Activities for Everyone to Enjoy
ANNUAL SKAGIT VALLEY HERALD CHRISTMAS FUND
December 8th, 12-4pm
You're invited! The Skagit Valley Herald is a non-profit, charitable organization that has provided toys, books and a holiday meal to needy children and their families in Skagit Valley for over 60 years!
Please stop by the Clubhouse on Sunday, December 8th from 12-4pm. Bring a gift (new and unwrapped) or make a cash donation. Join your neighbors for coffee and cookies. You may also enter a drawing at this time. Prizes awarded will be a gift certificate for the Fireweed Restaurant and a round of golf at Eaglemont.
If you are unable to attend there will be a decorated box in the clubhouse beginning Dec 2nd where donations of your toys and non-perishable food items can be dropped off. Please do not leave cash except on Dec 8th.
NEIGHBORHOOD WORK PARTY
October 19, 2019
Come join the fun! If you like to garden and would enjoy working an hour or two outdoors with your Neighbors join us on Saturday, Oct 19 at 9 AM to help do a little fall tidy up of some of our natural areas along the streets This weed definitely has to go! We will have coffee and muffins when we are finished.
Where: Parking Lot on the Corner of Waugh and Eaglemont Drive (Old ClubHouse Parking Lot)
HOA MEETING REVIEW
October 3, 2019
The Eaglemont Homeowners Association held its second annual Public Board Meeting on Thursday evening at the Eaglemont Golf
Course Clubhouse. We had a great turn out with 47 homeowners present and very spirited conversations about neighborhood security and plans for the future. We welcomed our newest Board members Linda Carpenter and Mike Lumpkin as well as several
new Homeowners. As our new secretary Linda presented the minutes from the last meeting and Mike spoke to us about security. Two items that are easy to implement and cost nothing are
remembering to turn your outside lights on at night and getting to know your neighbors. Valuable points that we should all remember.
We also discussed neighborhood plans for Guard Shacks at the new entrances on New Wood Place. Our next public meeting will be in the first quarter of 2020. Remember we will have 3 Board Positions open for election at that time. If you are interested in being involved
please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to work on the elections committee we would like to hear from you as well.
Hope everyone has a great fall and can you believe that Thanksgiving is next month? How did that happen?