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The next Board of Directors meeting will be February 12 following the Annual Meeting.
March 11, 2020 Board Meeting Agenda
Upcoming Events
First aid/CPR training March 7, 2020
Saturday, March 7th
ARC Spring Maintenance Walk -Through
Wednesday, April 1st to Thursday, April 30th at Willameting Landing
Architectural review is a vital part of maintaining the aesthetics and property values in Willamette Landing. One of the primary duties (delineated in the Governing Documents)  of the Architectural Review committee is to maintain a pleasing and uniform aesthetic, or prevent owners from allowing their homes to deteriorate.
Each Spring, ARC committee members volunteer their time to walk through the neighborhood and identify homes needing preventative maintenance. This list is given to the Administrative office for follow up. If your home is identified as needing some preventative maintenance such as moss removal, house painting or touch up painting for example, you will receive a letter in late April or early May with instructions. Please contact the ARC chair at arc@wloa.org. You can contact the office at (541) 752-0239 or via email admin@wloa.org.

The Board of Directors of Willamette Landing has set the budget for 2020 and it does NOT include an assessment increase for homeowners in WLOA.
All homes will be assessed $94 and those homes located in cul-de-sacs and on alleyways will be assessed the additional $8 for WLOA private street maintenance.
All homes located on SE Sternwheeler, SE Schooner, SE Seaport Circle,SE Marshland, SE Edgewater will no longer be assessed the $8 private street assessment. These streets have become public streets in January, 2020.  This means your assessments will  DECREASE by $8 leaving the homeowner assessment at $94.  Please adjust all automatic payments with your bank accordingly.  WLOA will give credit when necessary.   Again, all homes with an alleyway or on a cul-de-sac will always be classified private street and the private street maintenance fee of $8 per home will continue to be assessed.  No matter the street designation, all on-street parking rules of Willamette Landing Owners Association apply throughout.
Effective April 1, 2020, homeowners opting to receive a paper statement will be charged an additional fee of $2.50 per statement or invoice that is printed and mailed. Go paperless and receive your invoices directly via email for free. Receiving invoices through email helps us all reduce paper to support a healthier environment and reduces administrative costs. Please indicate your preference via the Owner Contact Information form, or an email to admin@wloa.org. Thank you to all those homeowners who currently receive electronic statements.  To review this updated Electronic Notification Resolution, click here.
Owner Contact Information (OCI) forms are to be updated annually and are due by 2/28.  2020 Owner Contact Information form   Forms not received by the due date will fined $25 per month until the form is received. Please complete full and mail, email or drop off at the office.   If you are a new homeowner or a landlord and there are new renters in your home, the OCI must be updated within 15 days of arrival into WLOA.  Review the OCI Resolution (here).
We have 2 Member at Large position vacancies.   These position require attendance at the monthly Board meetings, and prior to the meeting reviewing necessary materials for Board discussions.   If you are interested in this position, please complete the Community Volunteer Form.  Click here for form.  Submit this form to Admin@wloa.org .
Please make sure that admin@wloa.org  and bookkeeper@wloa.org are listed/indicated within your email system as a "safe sender".  Important documents such as assessments and other statements have ended up in homeowners SPAM box rather than the proper INBOX.

Northwest Landscape Service began applying 3 chemicals this week to ensure the continued good health of our front yards.  These are Ammonium Sulfate 21-0-0, Ferrous Sulfate and OnyxPro Insecticide.  You may find the definition of these chemicals on the Landscape Information page, Material/Chemical Application Safety Data Sheet.  These chemicals will add a bit of green to our yards and limit/kill the potential damaging insects.  These chemicals are mix according to manufactures specifications and applied by individuals that are certified and licensed to do so.  The NLS crew members are also finishing the cleaning of the beds of fall, winter debris and will soon apply pre-emergent for weeds on these beds.  They are also pruning many of the scrubs that grew so vibrantly last spring and summer to promote healthy growth.  Finally, there will be a continued removal or hard prune of scrubs that may provide a potential visual impairment for those exiting their driveways per the City of Corvallis safety code.
It is both a CCR and CMC violation for any disturbance (such as a barking dog, parties, loud music or loud cars) to happen between 10pm and 7am. 
If you are hearing a dog that is a recreational barker who presents a nuisance, do contact Tracy at Animal Control at 541-766-6924 to report the issue.  All DOGS must be ON-LEASH any time they are off your property (CCR & CMC).  Be a good and responsible neighbor and make sure your dog is comfortable in your back yard and doesn't bark when you are away and do pick up after your dog and dispose of your plastic bag in your garbage can or one of the three "community cans" available to you along most common walk ways. 
Per CCR 6.16, these must be out of sight (behind your back yard fence or in your garage) no later than Sunday at 5pm.
According to our CCR's, all vehicles must be parked within the owners driveway or garage.  This rules flows through to an owners tenant and their vehicles.  However, over the years the Board of Directors as amended CCR 6.9.  Currently, IF you have applied, paid (one time fee of $25) and received permission you may park in the street within the extended property lines of your home but in front of ONLY your home.  Otherwise, you must park within your driveway, garage OR any designated* area which the Board of Directors has approved.
Amended Vehicle On Street Parking Resolution Update
*The Board of Directors designates that on-street parking provisions of CC&R 6.9 do not apply on streets where there are no houses front doors facing the street (SE Pierpoint, SE Channel, south side of SE Rivergreen including between SE Midvale and SE Shoreline, south side of the 1200 block of SE Schooner east of SE Sternwheeler, the north and south side of SE Marshland and SE Edgewater, east of the SE Everglade alley way).
There is NO vehicle storage on any street within Willamette Landing.  Vehicles must be used on a very consistent basis, if not daily.   Vehicles that appear to be stored on the street risk being towed at owners expense. 
Please refer to the Resolution Clarifying CCR 6.10--Signs
  • No sign may exceed 24 inches X 36 inches and must be movable (non permanent in any fashion) to accommodate front yard lawn care.
    • A 4 X 4 wooden staked front yard display is not considered movable. DO NOT USE THIS TYPE OF ADVERTISING METHOD.
All other signs association with your home should be located only in the bed area SO THEY DO NOT INTERFERE WITH TURF MAINTENANCE.