||Welcome to the Wellington Ridge Homeowners Association website. We hope this site will be a useful resource as a homeowner in one of the finest neighborhoods in Gig Harbor, WA. You will find a variety of information including HOA documents, Homeowner resources and more.
What's New in 2014
- August 27, 2014: Latest Board of Director Meeting Minutes
New Board of Director Meeting minutes for August 2014 are available. Read about your community by visiting our Documents page.
- June 20-22, 2014: Wellington Ridge Community Annual Garage Sale
We're back - again! Join your neighbors and consider rallying around the date for your own sale in our community-wide day of yard/sidewalk/garage/etc. sales. Your HOA will advertise our sale in Craigslist and post flyers in our community mail box holders around the neighborhood as well as placing signs the evening of June 19.
What's New in 2013
- September 12, 2013: Latest Board of Director Meeting Minutes
New Board of Director Meeting minutes for September 12, 2013 are available. Read about your community by visiting our Documents page.
- March 8, 2013: 2013 Approved Budget Available
Check out your communities Annual Budget for 2013 and compare them to past years - all available on our Wellington Ridge Documents page.
January 2, 2013: A New Year at Wellington Ridge!
Unfortunately, Wellington Ridge has experienced several acts of vandalism over the past month, including theft of mailboxes. In addition, toilet paper was strewn in the trees. Toilet papering is considered an act of mischief or vandalism. We'd like your help by asking homeowners to be vigilant and to call the police to report any vandalism. To report an incident to an officer that is not an emergency, contact the Gig Harbor Police Department at (253) 851-2236 and choose option 1 or option 2.
> HOA Approved Locking Mailbox [pdf]
What's New in 2012
December 1, 2012: New Board
Get Acquainted with your Wellington Ridge HOA 2012 - 2013 Current Executive Board and Officers View HOA Board
November 21, 2012: Homeowners Word of Advice on Break-ins
"We have lived in Wellington Ridge [address removed] since 1999 and never had an incident. But last night, while at the Peninsula v. Bellevue playoff game, someone broke into our house through a window on the back side. They were very neat and left the screen just below the window; left no dirt or wetness on the carpets; and... oddly did not take anything, as far as we can tell. There are items in the house that would attract the usual small time burglar, and the Sheriff advises burglars aren't likely to take your wide screen TV or Stereo equipment.
I guess we should count ourselves lucky and hope they didn't access bank account information (until Monday, when we will contact the bank).
All residents should be reminded that while our neighborhood looks great, we are not invulnerable to theft and break-ins, and it appears (from the Sheriff's comments) that it is particularly common of late. Especially in back yards that are hidden from view, doorways and windows need to be locked in order to avoid a theft or worse kind of incident.
Heads up to all residents, please!"
November 14, 2012:
New Board of Director Meeting minutes for July, September and October are available. Read about your community by visiting our Documents page.
November 12, 2012: WR HOA Annual Meeting Winner
Congratulations to Joanne M. Larson for winning half off their 2013 Assessments at the 2012 Annual Meeting on November 12!
November 6, 2012: Obstruction of Correspondence
The HOA would like to remind our neighbors of the Federal Statutes and Regulations Relating to the Privacy and Security of Mail. Title 18, U.S. Code: Sec. 1702. Obstruction of Correspondence:
"Whoever takes any letter, postal card, or package out of any post office or any authorized depository for mail matter, or from any letter or mail carrier, or which has been in any post office or authorized depository, or in the custody of any letter or mail carrier, before it has been delivered to the person to whom it was directed, with design to obstruct the correspondence, or to pry into the business or secrets of another, or opens, secretes, embezzles, or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both."