Welcome to Twin Lakes!

Thursday evening, March 28th 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

The event will be held at the Golf & Country Club’s Clubhouse, located at 3583 SW 320th Street. Complimentary appetizers and refreshments provided. A cash bar will be available as well. 
This event is to welcome you to the Twin Lakes Homeowner’s Association (TLHOA) and the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club (TLGCC) family, provide you with useful information and share with you the many benefits of living in Twin Lakes.
This event is to welcome you to the Twin Lakes Homeowner’s Association (TLHOA) and the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club (TLGCC) family, provide you with useful information and share with you the many benefits of living in Twin Lakes.

Obtain useful HOA Documents, Maps and Contact information

  • Learn about HOA Community Events
  • Meet the Board of Directors & Club Personnel
  • Tour the Golf & Country Club Facilities
  • Try a reduced-price dinner at the Club Dining Room

The Twin Lakes Security Service will be present as well. Because volunteers are always needed and appreciated, this event also offers you the opportunity to volunteer your skills and talents for future TLHOA events. 

The TLGCC will present information on the various club memberships available and the amenities available to each level of membership.  Among these are golfing, tennis, driving range, fitness room, outdoor swimming pool, restaurant & bar, banquet and meeting room rentals.  The TLGCC will also be offering a reduced-price dinner at the Club dining room after the event for those that want to give the food a try.

Please RSVP that you will attend by calling the HOA office at (253) 838-0464 or email officemanager@twinlakeshoa.com

Street Drains

If you have street drains in front of your home, please make sure they are free from debris and draining correctly. As the snow melts, please do your part to prevent flooding in the streets. If you observe any flooding or have concerns about the drains in front of your home, please contact Federal Way Public Works, as soon as possible. 

  • Federal Way Public Works Department of Surface Water can be reached to report concerns about drains and possible flooding

https://www.cityoffederalway.com/department/surface-water

Thank you for your cooperation.

The Twin Lakes Board of Directors.