Speeding in our Neighborhood
Snohomish County Information:
HOW DO I..... https://snohomishcountywa.gov/126/How-Do-I
CALL TO HAVE DUMPED ITEMS TAKEN AWAY:
SNOHOMISH COUNTY NOISE ORDINANCE:
Excerpt from the document: "Day" or "daytime," for the purposes of this chapter, means the hours between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on weekdays and between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on weekends.
To qualify as a “junk” vehicle, per RCW 46.55.010, a vehicle must meet three of the following conditions:
-Must be at least three years old.
-Must be extensively damaged.
-Must be apparently inoperable.
-Must have 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 Verification, Notification, and Affidavit Form is available at the Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) website.
Please have the form available for the law enforcement officer or registered tow truck operator (RTTO) to complete.
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.
Hilton Lake Homeowners Association
MEETINGS ARE HELD THE SECOND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH AT THE 108th FIRE STATION AT 7PM. ALL HOMEOWNERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. THE NEXT MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 14th, 2019. PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD THURSDAY, MARCH 21st AT 7PM.
Hello Neighbors! There was talk at our annual meeting regarding speeding through our neighborhood and any solutions. There is a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program that just 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--We must work together! I encourage you to explore the website listed above.