An exciting message from board president, Jordan: For the past several months, MethowNet has been working with Lee Whittaker, Jim Cahill, and Arlo Borgnino to evaluate the availability of internet service in the Woodlands using a new/different technology than they typically use. I won’t pretend to understand the tech side of it; however, they have let … More MethowNet to expand internet offerings
On March 26, Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar suspended most maintenance work due to COVID-19 safety concerns, and implemented an “Essential Maintenance” approach to further comply with the state’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order to safeguard public health. Under these guidelines, Washington DOT has paused most maintenance across the state, including work to reopen the … More Highway 20 to remain closed indefinitely
Dear Members, Well, although I chose this tulip motif, it will be awhile before the Methow sees such beauties! However, late April is a great time when the lambing season begins and May will bring back our Balsamroot flowers! Roads: We still have compact ice on Liberty Lane as it meanders through the wooded section. … More Spring things and such!
A ban on outdoor burning and the use of uncertified stoves and fireplaces begins at 8 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, in Okanogan County’s Methow Valley, and for all of Chelan and Douglas counties due to poor air quality in the region. The Washington Department of Ecology is calling the ban because stagnant conditions are forecast in the … More WA Dep’t of Ecology announces Methow Valley burn ban
Now that winter temperatures are upon us, there are a few considerations for Liberty Woodlands homeowners. Fire hydrants: Please do not turn hydrants off. We need to leave them a crack open to allow water to escape so the pipes do not freeze and break. Speed signs: Gay will be moving the speed signs off … More Winter preparations
As fall marches on, we watch with anticipation for the date when Highway 20 closes for the season. Typically, it closes around late-November, although it has closed as early as October 17th back in 2003. The latest WSDOT information is available online, including webcams, weather conditions, driving conditions, a map of the closure points, and … More Highway 20 information
Homeowners voted on September 29, 2019 to adjust the LWHA HOA dues based on a recent Reserve Study. An updated schedule of dues for 2020 is now available here.
Our esteemed property manager has arranged for Lupe Garcia to haul downed wood and pine needles from the roadside in front of Liberty Woodlands cabins the week of October 21. This is an effective way homeowners can work together to minimize smoke in the valley (instead of burning piles of wood/brush). Thank you, Gay! Cabin … More Smoke-Free Hauling – week of 10/21
The fire hydrant valves have been turned off for the season, and the fire hoses have been moved inside the Pump House. Should you need to use the water you will need to take the extra step of opening the underground valve. See the home owners handbook for instructions.
The following message is from LWHA HOA president, following the homeowners special meeting on 9/29: Hi everyone, Thank you to all who were able to join us last Sunday for the LWHA meeting and the work party! The purpose of this message is to update everyone on the outcome of the votes, plus provide some … More LWHA special meeting update