February 2021 Board Meeting

The next meeting of the Board of Directors of the Regatta Estates Homeowners Association will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2021, and will be called to order at 6:30 p.m.

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, Mukilteo City Hall is closed and is no longer allowing groups to use their meeting rooms.  Instead of scheduling events at city hall, the Regatta Estates Board of Directors is now meeting online.  All owners of homes in Regatta Estates are invited to attend these meetings.

If you are interested in attending, please email your name, home address, and your personal email address to the REHOA email account listed on the top of this page.   You can also use the “Contact Us” link on this page.  Once the board has verified that you are a member of the HOA, you will be emailed a invitation that will allow you to participate in the meeting.

At the beginning of each meeting, there will be a Homeowner Forum where homeowners are invited to address their concerns to the rest of their neighbors.

Date:  February 4, 2021

Time:  6:30 p.m.

Board Members Needed

The board of directors of Regatta Estates handles the day-to-day administrative duties for the HOA.  However, each year, some members leave the board due to changes in their employment or due to relocation.  Currently, there are openings on the board, and not all divisions have a representative.

Membership on the board is a great way to get involved and to have a positive effect on your neighborhood.  The board meets approximately 4-6 times a year, either at Mukilteo City Hall or online via Zoom.

If you would like to be involved, please contact the board via the “Contact Us” link on this page, or via our email address at info@regattaestates.com.

Upgrades to Fire Hydrants

You may notice some white paint on the streets of the association.  The paint may include the letters “LOC AWWD”.   This marks the location of the Alderwood Water and Wastewater line.  There also may be letters in multiple colors sprayed on the grass. These identify the location of the various untderground utilities (water, gas, power, phone, etc.)  This is all in prepartion for the replacement of some of the fire hydrants in the area.

Talking to the Alderwood Water and Wastewater crew, homeowners were told that there is nothing wrong with the existing hydrants.  However, they are twenty-five years old, and it is becoming difficult to obtain replacement parts for these units.  In order to be proactive and insure that the hydrants will work when needed, the old units are being replaced.

The process is rather quick.  It takes a few hours to replace the hydrant.  Crews return a few days later to pour a concrete pad around the new unit.

If you have more questions, please contact the Alderwood Water and Wastewater Department.