Lacamas Shores Contacts
Lacamas Shores board members are elected by the homeowners at the annual homeowners' meeting. Each member serves a two-year term. Homeowners interested in running for a board position may contact any board member. Officers are elected by the Board each year following the annual election. Additional information about officers' duties may be found in the Bylaws. Board meetings are held each month and homeowners are welcome to attend. Meeting times and places are published each month or contact Invest-West.
Lacamas Shores emails are provided for the convenience of homeowners only. Contact information is not to be used for advertising, promotion or announcements by residents or non-residents. Board members and Committee members are all volunteers and receive no compensation. All homeowners are encouraged to participate.
Ethics are the moral compass that guides the performance of a director’s duties and governance of a homeowners association. Board members must act in good faith and best interests of the HOA, including reasonable inquiry and focus on governance.
Our bylaws say only that the records of the board be available to the membership. ARTICLE XIV
Section 3. Examination of Books and Records.
Our CC&Rs don’t specify the duties of the HOA board... so in general... the WA State RCWs apply.
Washington State - RCW 64.38.025 - Board of directors—Standard of care" and Washington State - RCW 24.03,127 Duties of a director
HOA Management Co. Invest-West
Contact: Melissa Mcdowell
Lacamas Shores Homeowner's Association
C/O Invest West Management Company
12503 SE Mill Plain, Suite 260
Vancouver WA 98684
To access your Invest-West online account
Go to: www.iwmhoa.com
Click on: Find an Association
Enter: Lacamas Shores & Log in
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Board & Committee Roles and Responsibilities
Serving on the HOA board is both an honor and responsibility. Below is a list of some of the responsibilities of every board member.
Chartered Committees work well for many of the same reasons that boards work effectively. To start, committees need a mission, or purpose, a sound agenda, a strong leader (or chairperson) and good information about members’ roles and commitment to serve. A committee charter is created by the board and is the tool that outlines a committee’s roles, authority and responsibilities.
The Lacamas Shores board's procedure for developing a committee charter includes the following.
Once a committee is empowered, committee members can then take charge and accomplish their objectives.
Lacamas Shores would not be a premier neighborhood without our volunteers. Joining a committee or volunteering to help with neighborhood functions is an excellent way to keep our community vibrant.
Some of the benefits of volunteering in your HOA include:
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