WA Dep’t of Ecology announces Methow Valley burn ban

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

Winter preparations

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

Highway 20 information

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

LWHA Facebook Group

Thanks to Veronica Johns, LWHA now has a private Facebook group, The Woodlanders. It’s a place for homeowners to connect, ask for recommendations, share local events, ask for or share advice regarding home services, and post anything related to living in the Woodlands. If you are not already a member, visit the page and ask … More LWHA Facebook Group

Okanogan PUD survey re fiber-optic service

It is extremely important to the value of your property in Liberty Woodlands to support the installation of fiber-optic cable to serve the upper valley. Only a limited number of lots in Liberty Woodlands have a direct view of Flagg Mountain to get internet service from Methownet. Others must put up with limited access through … More Okanogan PUD survey re fiber-optic service