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Office Hours Monday thru Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
The Board  scheduled for Wednesday July 10, 2019 has been canceled.
August 14, 2019 Board Agenda
June 12, 2019 Board DRAFT Minutes
The Board of Directors has taken the time to fully clarify the 2019 Pool Rules (click here) regarding pool attire (Rule #10).   The Board asks the Pool Monitors to reaffirm these rules, at times providing direct guidance regarding such attired.  The Board has an expectation of all visitors to the WLOA Pools to follow ALL Pool Rules and direction from our Pool Monitors.  These rules have been voted on by your Board of Directors and are not up for discussion should you disagree with the interpretation of your swimwear at the WLOA Pools.

WLOA pools are “family friendly” pools and we ask our user community to support this intent. The first section below describes allowed swimwear for use of the pool, while the second section describes what is not allowed. Discretion over determining allowed swimwear lies with the pool monitors and WLOA Board.  If it is determined that your swimwear is not allowed, then you will be asked to cover-up, change, or leave. 

Allowed swimwear

  • Clothing designed for swim use that is chlorine proof and colorfast and provides full coverage of the bottom and top (for women)
  • One piece or two piece bathing suits that provide full coverage
  • Swim shorts, skirts, swim trunks
  • Swim shirt, full swim-suit
  • Wet suit
  • Water shoes

Not allowed swimwear

  • Street clothes
  • Jeans and cut-off jeans
  • Brazil/French-cut, cheeky bottom, thong style and/or other swim wear that
    does not provide full coverage of bottom and top (for women)
  • Speedos
  • Bathing suits that are see-through when wet
Finally, in keeping with the WLOA Pools being "family friendly" there is NO public nudity at anytime.
Upcoming Events
Road Maintenance Slurry Seal Project
Friday, July 26th to Saturday, July 27th, Friday 7am until Saturday 7am
Slurry Seal Project UPDATE -- Change of Date
On July 26th  Intermountain Slurry Seal will begin the street maintenance project on the streets at the north end of Willamette Landing.   This means there will be NO CAR PARKING OR DRIVING INTO OR OUT OF THESE STREETS ONCE THE PROJECT HAS BEGUN AND UNTIL THE BARRICADES HAVE BEEN REMOVED.  The streets are: SE Sternwheeler, SE Schooner, SE Seaport Circle, SE Edgewater, SE Everglade and SE Marshland. 
Any car remaining on the street after 7am on July 26th, it is subject to tow at the owners expense. 
Garbage will be picked up on July 26th, but the route will begin at 6am.  Please have your garbage bins out on Thursday night to insure your garbage is picked up. 
WLOA Community Garage Sale
Saturday, August 3rd, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Save the Date! Details to follow.

Willamette Landing assessments for the 3rd quarter have been mailed or emailed.  Just another reminder that your assessments are $94/month plus an additional $8/month if you live on a private street (this amount has not changed).   Your assessments are due on the 1st of each month and will be considered late if payment is not received by the 20th of each month.  The late fee is $10 and interest is added on the unpaid assessment balance.
If you have not sent in a fully completed 2019 Owner Contact  (click here) Information form (due 2/28/19) you have been and will continue to be fined $25/month until this form is received, completed fully and in the WLOA office.   If you are a landlord and there are new renters in your home, the OCI must be updated within 15 days.  Review the OCI Resolution (here).
The Board is strongly encouraging those of you who have requested your quarterly billing be delivered by USPS to reconsider and do this via email.  By doing so you will save the association printing, envelope and stamp costs.  Thank you to those who currently receive your assessments via email! 
All irrigation systems of Willamette Landing are on.  It is a violation of the CCR's 5.1d, 6.12, 9.1 and the Single Family Landscape Maintenance Resolution to tamper with or adjust in any way the irrigation system of your front yard.  That is the sole responsibility of Willamette Landing Owners Association and we contract that to Northwest Landscape Services. 
Currently your front yard beds are being watered 5X/week for either 10 or 15 minutes, depending on the size of your bed.  If you bed has a drip system, it will be irrigated for 30 minutes.  Your front yard turf is being watered 5X/week for 10 minutes if you have spray nozzles and 20 minutes if you have rotor nozzles.
If you should see a geyser of water shooting up in the air, please realize that it will go off rather soon.  If you see irrigation during the day time hours or irrigation flowing for an extended period of time, this is typically not normal!   Please send Landscape@wloa.org a message with the address, what the issue is and any other directional information to help us out. 
There is 1 Board of Director position available--Member at Large.   This is a 1 year position.  This Board position would require attendance at the monthly Board meetings, and prior to the meeting reviewing necessary materials for Board discussions.  There are 1 positions available on each of these committees:  the Architectural Review, Budget and Social Committee.  Again, these positions would require attendance an monthly committee meetings and planned events. 
If you are interested in this positions, 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.

It is both a CCR and CMC violation for any disturbance (such as a barking dog) to happen between 10pm and 7am.  However, 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 doo 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).
Do remember that there is NO vehicle storage on any street within Willamette Landing; which means the vehicle 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. 
SELLING YOUR HOME?  Please refer to the new Resolution Clarifying CCR 6.10--Signs.  Here is the wording you need to know:
  • An owner or their Real Estate agent may place one sign indicating For Sale or For Rent on the property.  A corner lot may have a sign placed on each corner; with a maximum of 2 For Sale/For Rent signs per corner lot.
  • 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 and therefore does not meet necessary standards.
All other signs association with your home should be located only in the bed area.