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Welcome to the Heather Highlands Homeowners Association website. This site was built to help bring the community together by consolidating information in one easy-to-use site. Please explore all the links to the left. To maintain privacy and confidentiality, some of the Residents links are restricted only to Heather Highlands homeowners. To access these, either Login (if you have already registered on the website) or Register.
You will find information about upcoming events and other news, forms for obtaining approval for home repairs and improvements, and much more. Current and back issues of the Heather Highlands Newsletter are available through this site.
Please contact us if you have suggestions or questions. Just click Contact Us on the left. We welcome your input!
~ Neighborhood News ~
Holiday Lighting Contest Winners
Posted on Dec 24th, 2014
Thank you to all who adding bright lights and cheer to the neighborhood.  It makes for a cheerful arrival home at night, and adds festivity to the holidays.
Congratulations to the 2014 winners of the annual Heather Highlands Holiday Lighting Contest!  
1st Place: Jean Hrubant & Susan Hrubant-Hill (Div 2, Lot 31)
2nd Place: John Gallacher & Diana Norcross  (Div 4, Lot 3)
3rd Place: Vernon Alleman & Connie Riddell  (Div 2, Lot 36)
Best Use of Natural Materials - (Div 4, Lot 18)
Are You Prepared for an Emergency?
Posted on Apr 25th, 2013
Prepare for Emergencies
Emergencies--earthquakes, fires, power outages, and more--can happen without any warning. We can take steps today to plan for serious emergencies. Disaster planning consists of three simple steps:
1. Make a Plan
Every family should have a plan for how they will communicate during an emergency and where they will meet if separated. This includes establishing an out-of-area contact and a meeting place near your home.
2. Build a Kit
Put the following items together in one place to ensure you have essential items handy during an emergency: a three-day (or more) supply of ready-to-eat food, water (1 gallon per day, per person), medications, and personal hygiene items. You should include a radio (battery-powered or hand-crank style), flashlight and extra batteries, sturdy shoes and warm clothing, first aid kit, blanket, whistle, toys and comfort items for kids and pets.
3. Get Involved and Stay Informed
Resilient communities don’t just happen; they are built by individuals working together and staying informed. Get to know your neighbors and your Block Watch captain. A trusted friend next door can keep an eye on your property, your kids, and your pets if an emergency keeps you from getting home. Learn CPR and basic first aid; they can make the difference between life and death for someone close to you. Register for local and regional emergency alerts, such as www.RPIN.org and Auburn Alerts (www.auburnwa.gov).

~ Upcoming Events ~
HH Garage Sale
Saturday, May 16th, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
It’s that time of year again!  Refresh our homes, clean out the attic, the garage, the closet – and recycle those items and make a few dollars while you are at it. One man’s forgotten item is someone else’s treasure.
We are publicizing the garage sale in all local newspapers and want ads, and area road signs will be put up on Wednesday before the event.

See the upcoming Spring Newsletter for more details…

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~ Welcome New Neighbors ~
The Welcoming Committtee would like to officially welcome all new homeowners in Heather Highlands. If you are a new resident, or if you know of a new homeowner on your block, please contact the Welcoming Committee by clicking on Contact Us on the left. 

~ Register for Website Access ~
To access the Residents portion of this website, please click on Login (if you have already registered) or Register (if you have not yet registered). If your email, phone, or other info has changed, please click Update Your Info on the left. We want to make sure that you stay updated on what's happening in the neighborhood. So please check back often, and update your info as needed.
Note: Your registration information pertains only to this Heather Highlands website. To change your information in the printed Heather Highlands Directory, please submit the directory update form that is mailed to you with the homeowners association dues notice each year. 


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