Time to pay Annual Dues for 2020

Dues should be paid before the end of January.  Payment can be either by check or Paypal.  Please see the Contact page for our P.O. Box or to use the Paypal link.

Failure to pay on time may result in interest surcharges.

Snohomish County Information


How Do I ... : https://snohomishcountywa.gov/126/How-Do-I


Code Enforcement:  https://snohomishcountywa.gov/1152/Code-Enforcement


To Have Dumped Items Taken Away:  425-388-7500


Noise Ordinance:  

     https://snohomishcountywa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/465/CountyCodeTitle10


Quiet hours are 10 PM to 7 AM weekdays and 10 PM to 9 AM weekends and holidays.

Speeding in our Neighborhood

Be better prepared and meet your neighbors!

Map Your Neighborhood is a program offered by the Red Cross to help neighbors be better prepared to assist each other in case of a disaster.  Members within individual cul-de-sacs or blocks are encouraged to participate in this program.  If you are interested in hosting the program with your neighbors, please contact your Board for more information.  Additional information can also be found at: Map Your Neighborhood

Board meetings are held the SECOND THURSDAY of the month at the Hilton Lake Fire Station at 7PM. 

All homeowners are encouraged to attend.  The next meeting is scheduled for Feb 13th.

There was discussion at last year's annual meeting about speeding through our neighborhood.  There is a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program that might work well for us.  


For a neighborhood to be considered for inclusion in the program, it must meet minimum qualifying criteria pertaining to traffic speeds and volumes, and residents must submit a letter demonstrating neighborhood support. If this is of interest, we encourage you to explore the website listed above.

Hilton Lake Homeowners Association

​​Welcome to the Hilton Lake Homeowners Association near Everett, WA.

 

The purpose of this site is to enhance the quality of life in Hilton Lake and improve the support services and information we provide to our residents.

  

We've provided a number of resources here to help you resolve issues, report problems, and suggest improvements to our community.

No Street Parking Allowed . . .

  • Vehicles over 7 ton for more than 12 hours in a 24 hour period
  • On a crosswalk
  • On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb
  • On a sidewalk or street planting strip
  • Within an intersection
  • In front of a public or private driveway or within five feet of the end of the curb radius leading thereto
  • Within ten feet of a mailbox
  • Within fifteen feet of a fire hydrant
  • Within twenty feet of a crosswalk (marked or unmarked)
  • Within thirty feet upon the approach to a stop sign

Junk Vehicles 


To qualify, per RCW 46.55.010, a vehicle must meet three of the following conditions: 

  • At least three years old
  • Extensively damaged
  • Apparently inoperable
  • A “fair market value” equal only to the approximate value of the scrap in it  


If the vehicle meets the above requirements, complete a Junk Vehicle Affidavit Inspection Request Form. You can also contact a law enforcement agency, 911 or an authorized junk vehicle inspector to arrange for the inspection of the vehicle, per RCW 46.55.230. If not, refer to RCW 46.55 concerning abandoned vehicles.
  
The Junk Vehicle Affidavit Form is available on the Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) website.  Please have it available for the law enforcement officer or registered tow truck operator (RTTO) to complete.