Safety & Security Meeting 3/23/18 @ 7 PM

Educational Seminar on Home Safety & Awareness 

On Friday night, March 23rd at 7:00 PM, The Twin Lakes HOA will be presenting an educational seminar in the Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club ballroom.

It will be conducted by Officer Josh Haglan from the Federal Way Police Department, who is also a member of the Twin Lakes Board of Trustees.

Officer Haglan will be covering several topics concerning home safety and awareness which are particularly relevant in today’s times.The seminar is open to all Twin Lakes Community residents and Golf & Country Club members.

This will be an open, candid forum discussing the following topics:

-Marijuana Grow Operations
-Security Patrol Operations
-Crime and How to Report
-Social Media Networking in the HOA
-National Night Out

Hope to see you there!

Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club
3583 SW 320th Street
Federal Way, Washington 98023
Clubhouse: 253-838-0432



Bunko Night – Saturday, March 17th

Twin LakeS HOA Bunko Night – March 17th        There’s Still Room for you!


Come join us for the Twin Lakes HOA Bunko Night on March 17th at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.  Bunko is a fast paced dice game where you continually change partners throughout the evening trying to rack up the most points and Bunkos.  There is no need to know how to play, we will teach you in less than 5 minutes. This is a great way to meet your fellow Twin Lakes neighbors.

6:00 – Social time with pizza and drinks

6:15 – Practice Session for new players

6:30 – Game begins

7:30 – Break with dessert

8:30 – Tally up the scores and award prizes

The cost is $5.00 per person that will go into the prize fund. All money collected will be given out as prizes. The HOA will provide pizza, drinks and snacks. All Twin Lakes HOA homeowners 16 and older are welcome.

Come join us for an evening of fun, food and fellowship with your TLHOA neighbors. Who knows, you might walk away as the grand prize winner or with one of the many other prizes that will be given out.  If you are planning on coming, you will need to sign-up so we know how many tables and how much food and prizes to get.


To signup, email me at


Having a Sense of the Beautiful…

That is the definition of the term Esthetics, “having an sense of the beautiful” around us.  The Twin Lakes Homeowners Association and its Board of Directors continues to believe that one of the most important functions of a Homeowners Association is to encourage its members to maintain and improve the beauty of their yards and homes in the neighborhood.  Concerns have been raised however that improvements need to be made on how this happens.

The Board of Trustees has voted and approved a motion to enact a 90-day moratorium on the billable cost and interest charged on all ongoing Esthetics fines. During this moratorium, a complete review of the Esthetics process, procedures and application of enforcement will be undertaken. The end result of this review will be a system that is more open, fair, uniform, codified, understandable and effective. This process will also be brought into full compliance with the current Revised Code of Washington Rules, (aka the RCW’s, which are the State laws that pertain to all Homeowner Associations.)  The RCW’s state that fines shall be “reasonable”, and “explained” to the homeowner. Going forward perhaps a simple face to face visit or a personal phone call from the HOA Esthetics committee to those deemed to be not in compliance will be all that it takes to resolve most issues.

In the same way, the HOA Esthetics committee reminds homeowners that during this time-frame any homeowner with an outstanding fine on their account has the right to an Opportunity to Be Heard meeting with the Board of Trustees which can be scheduled at a mutually convenient time for both parties. The intent of these hearings is to meet together and see if any current fines and ongoing violations can be resolved, to the satisfaction of both parties.

We hope to “restart and reboot” the “Enhanced Esthetics Process” on May 1, 2018. However, any new violation that occurs prior to this time will be documented, the homeowner notified with the expectation that the infraction will be corrected immediately.

The Board of Directors will keep you informed of these proposed improvements as spring draws closer.