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About Us
Nookachamp Hills is a community of single family residences nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Range in Northwest Washington. We are six miles east of downtown Mount Vernon, just east of Big Lake. Enter our community on Nookachamp Hills Drive off WA9.
The objectives of our association are maintaining and improving association property, collaborating with homeowners to ensure compliance to community standards, fostering community social interaction, and providing association self governance. Additional details are on the Visitors page.
Property Owners: Please Register (below, left) for the Members-only Portal!
News Articles
Rules and Regulations Committee
Posted on Jun 9th, 2022
The Board  of the Nookachamp Hills Homeowners Association is seeking residents to help with the revisions of the rules and regulations of our Homeowners CC&Rs. The intention is to clarify and/or revise current and out of use language in this document.

A committee that is formed would meet at one or more residences at a time with approximately three residents to assist. The only qualifications are to be a legal resident in good standing with the HOA and access to email.
Interested residents should reply to vbeancounter@msn.com to submit your information.
June 2022 Update
Posted on Jun 5th, 2022
April 2022 Meeting Minutes (Draft)
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April 2022 Update
Posted on Apr 9th, 2022
March 2022 Meeting Minutes (Draft)
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This area provides registration access and some information for managing your Nookachamp Hills HOA website member account.
1. Select this underlined Register link to initiate the process for NHH web membership.
2. Please fill it in the registration form per its instructions.
3. When the form is completed, please select Continue, and a request will be sent to approve your registration.
4. Using Skagit County tax rolls, the administrator will either approve or deny the registration request.
5. If approved, an Approval Email will be sent to the Email address entered during registration, and you can then set a password.
6. At a time thereafter, use your new NHH web membership credentials to access the MEMBERS page. On the MEMBERS page select "Update Profile" link, if you want. Modify your profile or add sub-users such as a spouse, mature child, or other person at the residence. See the instructions on the MEMBERS page. You can change your User Name there if you prefer. Profile changes are reported to the website Administrator to keep track of users data.
If you forget your password there is a Forgot Password link on the Login screen to initiate an Email based password change.
If you have website technical problems, select this CONTACT US underlined link and then select "Webmaster" on the Send pull-down on that page.

Kids Fishing Day, Saturday July 9th
Saturday, July 9th at Otter Pond
Kids Fishing Day, Saturday July 9th starting as early as you like. The committee members will be on site by 7:00AM.
The event is open to all resident children and residents’ relatives 15 years and younger. During the Kids Fishing Derby, the kids may use bait (worms, power bait etc.) to catch and retain one trout each. All bass must be released. Single barbless hooks must be used at all times.
Board Meeting
Wednesday, July 27th, 7pm at TBD
Board Meeting
Board Meeting
Wednesday, August 24th, 7pm at TBD
Board Meeting
Board Meeting
Wednesday, September 28th, 7pm at TBD
Board Meeting

Volunteer Work Reimbursement
Volunteers seeking reimbursements from the Association for materials/labor must first seek approval from the Board of Directors. You may submit your request to the Community Association Manger to bring to the board's attention, or attend an open Board meeting and make your request during the open forum portion prior to the meeting start. This directive is pursuant to the 21 September 2016 Board of Directors meeting. (Meeting minutes are available by selecting the Members Only Document link on the MEMBERS page.)
Common Area Maintenance Committee Volunteers Sought
The HOA is looking for "Common Area Maintenance Committee" volunteers. The Committee's focus is on Otter Pond and common area storm water management, utilizing Department of Ecology and Skagit County Stormwater Management guidelines and mandates. Topics this committee might also address include security, vandalism, pond access, parking, improvements, etc. If you are interested in volunteering please use the Contact Us page on the NHH web and contact the Community Association Manager or talk to a board member. 

Members, are you looking for detailed HOA information such as budgets, board members, etc? Please select the MEMBERS page from the Menu above if website registered. If you are not registered, please do so to gain access to the accumulating information about your Nookachamp Hills homeowner's association.

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