There are several payment options available to make your monthly assessment payment on the JC Higgins & Associates website at www.jc-higgins.com.
Any changes to the exterior of your home or landscaping must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) prior to the project starting. Please review the ACC Guidelines and submit an ACC Application form available on the Documents page of this website.
Homeowners are responsible to maintain, repair and replace any fencing that borders their property. The HOA will only maintain and replace fencing that has Common Areas on both sides of the fence.
These trees are not planted through the entire community but do exist in several neighborhoods. The Board has noted that the maintenance of these trees is the responsibility of the homeowner whose lot they exist in front of. These trees need to be kept trimmed to allow clear passage of pedestrians and vehicles. They may not be removed unless there is a legitimate problem with them, and any tree removed would need to be replaced with an approved species. Board permission will need to be granted to make any changes so if you have a disease or rot issue or something along those lines with your tree, please contact the board in writing email@example.com and the board will take it under consideration and advise accordingly.
Please call the City of Orting Public Works Main Office for lights out. You will be asked for a tag number, which is located on the pole and a street name, nearest cross street, or address.
Public Works Office
The Association does not maintain any mailbox keys. If you have misplaced your keys or the lock is no longer working, you will need to purchase a new mailbox lock (most hardware stores carry them) and coordinate with the postal carrier to gain access to your mailbox to replace it. You may also hire a locksmith to perform the replacement for you.
All property disputes between neighbors are individual/private matters which must be worked out between those neighbors. Property lines are a matter of record, and you may need to have a survey performed to obtain exact information. Unfortunately, the HOA cannot help you with or give you any information regarding these matters.
Please try communicating directly with your neighbor (remember a friendly approach and kind words can go a long way). If you get no results, please send an email to the Association at firstname.lastname@example.org and call Pierce County Animal Control 253-798-7387. Animal Control has authority beyond what the Association has and may be able to address your concern more directly.
Please try communicating directly with your neighbor (remember a friendly approach and kind words can go a long way). If you get no results, while the Association may enforce against a nuisance within the Community, it is not equipped to put an end to an unruly party. Noise issues are also a civil matter which may be addressed by the Orting Police Department. Please call the Orting Police Non-emergency number at (800) 562-9800 (anytime day or night).