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Notice

Due to all the vandalism at the park bathrooms, they will be closed until further notice.

 

Next Monthly Meeting

 November 3rd, 2016 7:00 PM @ the Club House

 

Authorization form for key assignment for renters 


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Attention

The new key pads for the gate locks at the park are now installed and operational.

New key fobs are available for the park gates 

The cost is $5.00 and you must show Identification.

You may get one by contacting Rich Thompson 253-862-2239

 


 


Remember

You can check the current lake levels either by clicking on the Cascade Water Alliance link above, or by clicking on this link >>>>http://waterdata.usgs.gov/wa/nwis/uv?site_no=12101000

THINK WATER SAFETY

 

We need volunteers to become board members, become involved in your community.

 


 InletIslandPark.com exists solely for you, the homeowners, of Inlet Island and Maple Point.  The objective of the web page is to help you understand the issues that exist for the Inlet Island and Maple Point neighborhood.

 Inlet Island Maintenance Company or Inlet Island Neighborhood Association (as it is often referred) was created in 1962 by the original land developers of Lake Tapps.  The state of Washington has laws that specifically govern associations and how they should act - RCW 64.38.  These state laws take precedent over home owners association and their right to require dues from a homeowner in order to preserve property values.   Between 1962 and 1997 the by-laws of the Inlet Island Maintenance Company have changed dramatically.  Today the maintenance company only exists for the care of the Park located on Island Drive and Cascade according to the Officers and Trustees.
 
Most Home Owners Associations are highly involved in the governance with the city council and the city planners of the community. This helps drive improvements needed for a neighborhood.  Inlet and Maple Point  would like to see activities and involvement levels increased to help improve the safety and security of our neighborhoods. 
 
The neighborhood is surrounded by Lake Tapps and the beauty of the greater northwest with an overwhelming amount of wetland wildlife and lake recreation activities. 
  

 

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Monthly November Meeting
Thursday 11/03/2016 7:00 PM
 
 Monthly Board Meetings - 1st Thursday of every month at 7p.m.
 Next Annual Meeting :: May 20, 2017
10:00 AM CLUB HOUSE

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