A word on Cascade River Community Club policies
Your elected Board of Directors are charged with ensuring that the Park is managed properly (Bylaws, Article VI, Section 3). We take this sacred trust seriously, and work hard to balance the need to impose certain regulations and policies for the benefit of the community, with the inclination to protect privacy and individual freedoms.
Cascade River Community Club (CRCC) is a regulated community, governed by Plat Restrictions (Rules and Restrictions), Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and Policies. As such CRCC is considered a Home Owners Association by the state of Washington, as the state includes “recreational property” in their definition. This leaves us regulated by Washington State Recorded Code of Washington—RCW 64.38. As you can see members of CRCC, especially having relatively small lots in a tight community, are regulated beyond common real estate. Cascade River Community Club’s Building and Aesthetics Regulations Committee (BARC) is a standing committee held by the elected Board members whose purpose is to administer policies pertaining to to building projects, trailers other than RVs (considered sheds in the Park), tree & vegetation cutting/removal and other modifications of a Park lot.
As policy violations may result in significant fines and could also result with liens placed on properties, we hope members will avail themselves of this website to learn about policies (and the Plat Rules and Restrictions) to guide actions on their lot(s) ahead of time. We truly want to have members in compliance and not have to be involved with punitive actions. Note that all policies are available in our Park office – this website only contains a portion of those policies.