Yes! Board meetings are generally held on the last Wednesday of each month at 8pm PST. Agenda, Zoom link, etc. is posted on our website the Monday before the meeting. If you have a topic you would like the board to discuss or would like to present at the meeting please contact the board at email@example.com at least 2 weeks prior to the meeting. Guests are not allowed to discuss or give input on Board matters during Board meetings. Instead, there is an open public comment period at the beginning and end of each Board meeting, where you may speak on the topic of your choice. Please contact us if you would like to present at an upcoming Board meeting.
Boatslips are owned and managed by a private LLC. Please contact Beebe Ranch Dock LLC for more information. Chuck Rhoden at firstname.lastname@example.org
You must have a card key to get access to the Dock. Card keys are in the custody of the slip owners.
Contact: Dana Tubbesing at email@example.com Dana is the site manager for Beebe Ranch and is a full time resident. She manages the mailbox records and their keys. You must contact the Orondo Post Office and let them know of your new mailing address. (You do not need to provide them the box number).
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org Please see the documents page for the appropriate process.
Visit the Documents page and read the Aesthetic Control Policy. Please email ACC@beeberanchhoa.com to begin the design review and approval process.
All newly constructed homes must be landscaped within one year of your occupancy permit. Landscape plans are to be submitted to email@example.com
There is a riparian buffer managed by Douglas County through their Shoreline Master Program in accordance with Washington Administrative Code. Native plantings must remain intact and any maintained path must be approved by the County. Owners should work with the County and an engineering firm to avoid any violations or fines.
Douglas County PUD has installed an ethernet fiber optic network in our area. There are several service providers contracted to connect to this network. Link with more information: https://douglaspud.org/for-customers/broadband/ . The site includes information about service providers as well.
Domestic and irrigation water are managed by the Corral Springs Water district. A link to their website may be found under Local Resources.
Waste Management provides curbside Garbage and Recycle pick-up. They currently do not provide Yard Waste service. To start or stop service please contact Waste Management. See link to their website under Local Resources.
Yes, vacant lots must be mowed. At a minimum, your vacant lot or unimproved landscaping must be annually between June 1st – 30th. If re-growth gets out of control, you may be required to re-mow. Any third-party service is acceptable for maintaining your property while away.
All regular maintenance is the responsibility of the owner. Owners are expected to maintain their lot or unimproved landscaping throughout the year. This limits the spread of unwanted weeds and improves protection for fire season.
If you notice weeds getting out of control, please contact the homeowner first. If you feel the board needs to intervene, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, see the Fire Safety Regulation under Documents.
There are to be no RVs or boats stored or parked on any lots at any time, other than to load/unload. This includes seasonal transitions. Contractor work trailers/equipment are only allowed on a vacant lot during construction
RVs/Trailers/Boats are not allowed to be stored or parked on any lots at any time, other than to load/unload. This includes seasonal transitions. Contractor work trailers/equipment are only allowed on a vacant lot during construction. RV/Trailers are only allowed during the one-year construction period.
Temporary Storage is Okay when you have visitors. Long-term storage of RVs, Boats, Trailers, or excess vehicles must be screened off from view of the street or your neighbor.
Long-term storage of RVs, Boats, Trailers, or excess vehicles must be screened off from view of the street or your neighbor.