Tree Replacement (Posted: 02/10/2021)
NOTICE: Use of HOA common area notice (Posted: July 2,
Now that summer is finally
here and we are all thinking about outdoor activities, just a
reminder that the HOA does not endorse any business
promotions/gatherings using the common areas of the community. The
common areas, including the children’s play lot on Amber, are
available for HOA events and homeowners only and not for hosting
NOTICE: Crystal Ridge
Entrance Monument (Posted: Updated 02/10/2021)
Please see the attached letter (Crystal
Ridge Entrance Monument) to homeowners summarizing pending
changes to the entrance monument at Crystal Ridge Drive and Shaw Rd,
letter to the Board from Davis Wright Tremaine and a schematic
drawing of the intersection. These changes result from the recent
widening of Shaw Rd and resulting safety and lane opening issues as
well as pending changes to the intersection. The Board will discuss
this and vote on certain items related to these issues at the
December 4th Board meeting.
Update 01 (05/14/2020)
Puyallup City Planned Schedule - CIP
project at Shaw Rd and 23 rd Ave SW (i.e. widening north bound right
turn lane off Shaw Road onto Crystal Ridge Drive).
- If all goes well, opening bids on May 14th, take the project to
the next available council meeting for approval and start
construction once all paperwork is in place. Possible mid-July 2020
to start construction.
Update 02 (05/14/2020)
Crystal Ridge Drive Entrance Monument
Replacement - Tentatively scheduled for
fall of 2020 dependent on city schedule for widening Shaw Road right
Update 03 (02/10/2021)
- Shaw Road & CRD intersection reconstruction completed by city.
Monument design & build still in process by the CRHOA Monument
Speed Limit is 25 mph
in Crystal Ridge
HOA Dues notices
are sent out annually and payments are due by January 31st. Late
fees and liens will be applied for all delinquent dues. Board will
also pursue collections and foreclosure for past dues.
for your home and property MUST be approved prior to starting the
project as stated in the
CCR's. Use our
Modification Request form to submit your requests to the Board.
See CCR Mod Requests.
4) RV's, boats & trailers
must parked and stored per the CCR's. Vehicles such as boats,
trailers, trucks, campers, and recreational vehicles cannot be
parked on the street or in your driveway more than 24 hours unless
you have specific approval from the Board. Please review the
CCR's, Article IX, Section 1: "...No storage of goods, vehicles,
boats, trailers, trucks, campers, recreational vehicles, or other
equipment or device shall be permitted in open view from any Lot or
right-of-way. (Vehicles, boats, trailers, trucks, campers, and
recreational vehicles shall be referred to as “Vehicles.”) This
provision shall exclude temporary (less than 24 hours) parking of
Vehicles on the designated driveway areas adjacent to garages on the
cans, recycling containers and yard waste bins must
be stored out of site during the week except for day of pick up.
Then they must be returned to your homes after pick up. Home and lot
maintenance need to bein accordance with the CCR's.
Homes and yards
need to comply with the
CCR's. This means home
and lawn maintenance needs to be compliant. Homeowner plants and
hedges should not encroach or completely overgrow our sidewalks.
They must be trimmed back to the sidewalk edge. If not cared for,
this may be done by the association at the homeowner's expense.
7) Watering their planter
strips and trees in front of your property is the
responsibility of each owner and tenant minder: Please take care of
this obligation to help in our recovery and maintaining the planter
strips. The Estates have installed sprinkler systems. The
Classics do not and need to water on their own.
ARTICLE I. Section 5, is further amended to include the
7.5-foot wide landscape planter strip with street trees in the
street right-of-way within all areas of Crystal Ridge, including
those outside of “The Estates at Crystal Ridge,” on both sides of
all streets, as a common maintenance area to be maintained by the
Homeowners Association. However, the regular watering of the
planter strips outside of “The Estates” referenced in this
subsection to maintain a green, park-like appearance shall remain
the responsibility of each individual property owner fronting on
said planter strips as further set forth in the Covenants,
Conditions and Restrictions, unless and until such time as a
centralized irrigation system is installed by the Homeowners