- How much are the homeowners association dues?
- When must my homeowners association dues be paid by?
- What do my homeowners dues pay for?
- Who should I contact about maintaining the ditches along the main streets in the neighborhood?
- Who should I contact about an abandoned vehicle parked on a city street?
- Who should I contact regarding animal problems?
- Who should I contact if a streetlight is out?
- Who should I contact if I have a non-emergency police issue?
Q: How much are the homeowners association dues?
A: The homeowners association dues are currently $24.36 per month.
Q: When must my homeowners association dues be paid by?
A: You will receive Payment Coupon's from our property management company, Windermere Property Management South, LLC. Payments may be made through your banking institution's online bill payer, via ACH debit via Windermere, or by mail using the coupons.
Q: What do my homeowners dues pay for?
A: Your dues cover business, maintenance, and utility expenses for homeowners association. Business expenses include insurance, payroll, accounting, office expenses, legal fees, and community functions. Maintenance expenses include policy enforcement, janitorial/maintenance supplies, and facility/grounds maintenance. Utility expenses include neighborhood street lights and electricity/gas/water/sewer/garbage/telephone for the community center and business office.
Q: Who should I contact about maintaining the ditches along the main streets in the neighborhood?
A: The city of Covington is responsible for maintaining the ditches along the main city streets. If you have concerns you may contact them at (253) 638-1110 or complete a Citizen Request for Action Form.
Q: Who should I contact about an abandoned vehicle parked on a city street?
A: Police handle abandoned vehicles parked on city streets and reports should be made to the non-emergency police number at 206-296-3311 Reports of junk or expired vehicles with a known owner can be made by completing a Citizen Request for Action Form.
Q: Who should I contact regarding animal problems?
A: King County Animal Control field officers respond to the following requests: vicious animal complaints, cruelty investigations, animal bites, injured animal rescues, "Dead-on-arrival" livestock/cats/dogs, police department calls for assistance, loose livestock on roadways, and aggressive or sick animal pickup. For service, please call
206-296-PETS (7387) or email email@example.com.
Q: Who should I contact if a streetlight is out?
A: PSE has a form to report streetlights out. Go to:
http://www.pse.com/ACCOUNTSANDSERVICES/SERVICEALERT/Pages/Street-Light-Problem.aspx. The form asks for your contact information, the location of the streetlight pole, and the number listed on the front of the pole. PSE may contact you for more information if needed.
Q: Who should I contact if I have a non-emergency police issue?
A: The non-emergency police number at 206-296-3311. You can also file a report online with the King County Sherrif's office and get an immediate Police Report Number at http://www.kingcounty.gov/safety/sheriff/ReportToSheriff.aspx. This information filters down to the Covington Police Department. However, to utilize this online reporting system, each of the following statements must be true:
- This is not an emergency
- This is not an in-progress crime
- This incident occured either within unincorporated King County, Covington, Maple Valley (other participating cities can be reviewed at the link page.)
- There are no known suspects
- There was no evidence left behind
- This did not occur on a state freeway
- This did not occur on Sound Transit or a Metro bus
- You are the victim of the crime
- You have a valid e-mail address