Board Meetings now Online

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.

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.

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 us 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.

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.

Damage to Sidewalk

Homeowners have contacted the association about damaged and raised areas of the sidewalks in our neigoborhood.  Concerns have been voiced about the safety posed by these areas.

The HOA has been in contact with Snohomish County regarding these issues, and the association has been assured that the repair of these areas is on their calendar.  However, the county added that there is a significant backlog of repair jobs, and that it would be some time until permanent repairs can be made.  In the meantime, the county did come out and “grind down” the concrete in the problem areas.

If you are concerned about sidewalks in our community, you are encouraged to contact the Snohomish County Department on of Public Works.  It should also be noted that, if the damage is due to a tree on your property, you may be required to remove the tree before permanent repairs can be made.