to Creekside Village in Anacortes, Washington USA

We are a planned unit development of 74 homes, constructed in three phases between 1989 and 1992, by Ron Woolworth of the Creekside Village Development Company.  The Homeowners' Association was established as a nonprofit corporation.  Owners share in the decision-making process through an elected Board of Directors and various appointed committees (see below).  

Creekside Village is a self-managed homeowner association that relies on owner-volunteers to conduct the organization’s business and provide many services otherwise performed by paid professionals.

Our Mission

The mission of the Homeowners' Association is to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood through management of assets and common areas, enforcement of rules and covenants, support of initiatives that strengthen bonds among residents, and investment in capital improvements that benefit the entire community.  Our goal is to provide a clean, attractive, high value, safe and peaceful environment.

For the complete text of the Mission Statement, see the Documents page.

Creekside Village Homeowners' Association

Board of Directors:

Leni Roberts, President
Lytle Johnson, Vice President
Robin Watson, Treasurer
Terry Costa, Secretary
Pat Gardner, Member at Large
Alice Dickey, HOA Administrator

Standing Committees:

Architectural Review Committee
Landscape Committee
Recreational Vehicle Committee

Ad Hoc Committees

Finance Committee
Hospitality Committee
Nominations and Elections Committee
Welcome Committee


Annual Homeowners Meeting, First Quarter Yearly
Monthly Board Directors Meeting, Third Thursdays
Monthly Workshops, Second Tuesdays

Applicable Laws

Ch. 16.04 of the Anacortes Municipal Code for planned unit developments
Ch. 18.30 of the Municipal Code for Illicit Discharges to the Stormwater Drainage System
RCW 64.38, governing home-owners associations
RCW 24.06, governing non-profit Miscellaneous and Mutual Corporations