Wildfires – Prevent & Prepare

Wildfires – Prevent & Prepare

Wildfires – Prevent & Prepare [May 2022 Community Associations Journal]

Wildfires – Prevent & Prepare

“Alexa, play a song about fire…” Three hours and fifty-two songs later, this playlist is still burning it up. From Adele to Led Zeppelin, practically every artist or band has recorded a song about fire. The theme is as ubiquitous as fire itself; both rhetorically and literally, fire permeates everything. This is what makes wildfire such a formidable foe. Wildfire prevention and preparation are essential for homeowner boards in associations and condominiums.
On a cold night, a warm fire is a good thing. On a hot, dry summer day, fire can destroy everything in its path and leave devastation behind. The duality of this element has created both fear and fascination. For the world in which we live now, the summers are hotter and drier than at any time in recently recorded history. In the Western states, this is particularly true.

Find fire systems professionals and fire cleanup and restoration services in our Business Directory.

Temperatures On The Rise

Every season, we see news stories of suburban areas and sometimes entire towns being destroyed by raging wildfires. They sweep through areas faster than firefighting crews can contain them.

Summers are hotter and drier than at any time in recently recorded history.

In 2021, Washington State saw a total of 674,249 acres burned in wildfires; that’s just over 1,000 square miles. That is nearly half the size of all of King County, or about 73% of Olympic National Park. Only 12% of those were lightning-caused; the remaining 88% were human-caused.
This means associations do not need to live in fear that fires are unpreventable or uncontrollable. Association boards and owners can garner the resources they have, and establish feasible plans for prevention and preparedness.
In 2021, Washington State saw a total of 674,249 acres burned in wildfires; that’s just over 1,000 square miles.

There are quite are a few wildfire preventative measures you can take—and several questions you should ask—about the potential impact of wildfires on your association.
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Washington’s Lush Green Turned to Smoking Ash — Landscape charred in the wake of a 2020 wildfire in Washington State.
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Fire Leaves Little to be Salvaged — The leftover remnants of residential development destroyed in the fire.
Only 12% of those wildfires were lightning-caused; the remaining 88% were human-caused.

Wildfire Prevention and Preparation for Condominiums and Homeowners Associations

[1] Evaluate Your Community’s Risk

If you live in a condo over the water, your association’s risk of wildfire will be different from another that borders a forested area or overgrown neighboring parcels. Check with the landscaper about vegetation management and seek options for burn-resistant plants.

Check with the landscaper about vegetation management and options for burn-resistant plants.

Be sure to stay on top of regular maintenance and enforcement on items that place the association at increased risk of fire. Overgrown yards, open backyard fire-pits, and barbecue grills on patios are examples of increased fire risk in an association.

Question: If you walked through your community right now, how many wildfire risks can you identify?
[2] Educate Your Community

Too often, community residents think of wildfire as something that happens somewhere else, like an old-growth forest in the middle of nowhere. The National Fire Protection Association (NAFP) has abundant resources for public education about wildfire risks. Likewise, their Firewise USA program will assist your community in understanding how to prepare for and reduce the risk of wildfire in your community.

Question: What resources does your community use to inform its residents about wildfire risks and prevention?
[3] Develop a Plan

It’s best to have two ways to evacuate your community, and all the residents need to know exactly where they are and how to access them. Therefore, be sure this information is included in the welcome packet for new owners moving into the association.

Encourage all owners to be prepared for an evacuation by having a pre-packed ‘go bag’ that contains copies of important documents, emergency contact numbers, prescriptions and medications, emergency cash or credit card, and a first-aid kit including hygiene items and emergency fire blankets. In the same vein, don’t forget pets’ needs!

A ‘go bag’ contains copies of important documents, contact numbers, prescriptions and medications, emergency money, and a first-aid kit with hygiene items and emergency blankets.

Question: At what point should you evacuate if a wildfire is near your home?
[4] Review Your Insurance

Engage in a candid conversation with your insurance agent about wildfire coverage. Be sure you know if your rates are based on historical loss or projected risk. Furthermore, seek ways the association can reduce the projected risk through environmental design and proactive vegetation management.

Be sure you know if your insurance rates are based on historical loss or projected risk.

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Shriveled and Melted by Intense Heat — The insulation is burned to the ground and distorted, a testament to the intensity of the heat that surged through this area.
Additionally, be sure that the owners in your community understand their responsibility to carry their own coverage for personal possessions along with relocation expenses if their home or unit is lost in a wildfire.
Question: Do you have your insurance information easily accessible for an emergency evacuation?
Reduce the projected risk through environmental design and proactive vegetation management.

A Human Imperative

Although this information may seem obvious, it does not make it any less important or valuable. In a world where you can ask your virtual device to do everything from playing music to having food delivered, fire preparedness and prevention are still human endeavors. “Alexa, play The Sound of Sunshine.” article endmark

Joy Steele is a Community Manager for HOA Organizers, Inc. and a member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and Toastmasters. In her spare time, she enjoys pursuing creative endeavors and spending time with loved ones.

Joy Steele, CMCA, AMS

Community Manager, HOA Organizers, Inc.

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Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer 2021

Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer 2021

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Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer 2021

3rd Annual Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer - August 31

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Kickball at Hidden Valley Sports Park in Bellevue from 3:00-5:30 p.m.
Chapter Mixer at the Applebee’s on Bel-Red Road in Bellevue From 6:00-8:00 p.m.

3rd Annual Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer

Join your fellow sport-loving WSCAI members for the 3rd Annual Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer.

The Kickball Tournament will consist of four sponsored teams with 10-15 on each team. Previous participants consider it one of the most fun events to-date! We’ll be holding a Chapter Mixer immediately following the event.

These two events combine to be a fantastic opportunity to let out a little stress from the daily grind. Feel free to register for the events individually or get a discounted price by registering for both! Hope to see you there!

Kickball

Tuesday, August 31 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. Hidden Valley Sports Park (Fields 2 & 3) 1903 112th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 Driving Directions >

Chapter Mixer

Tuesday August 31 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Applebee’s 13856 Bel-Red Rd, Bellevue, WA 98005 Driving Directions >

Kickball Tournament & Chapter Mixer Pricing:

Kickball Pricing

(Includes Team T-Shirt)

WSCAI Members:
$25 (through 8/10)
$35 (through 8/17)

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*Registration Closed after 8/17*

Chapter Mixer Pricing

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Kickball & Mixer Pricing (Both)

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*Registration Closed after 8/17*

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5K For LAC

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5K For LAC

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Join Us To Raise Money For WSCAI’s Legislative Action Committee

September 22, 2021 Beginning At 8:30 a.m.

Bridal Trails State Park, Kirkland

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5K For LAC: Race for the LAC!

Join us with your WSCAI colleagues for the 5K For LAC, hosted by the Community Outreach Committee & benefiting WSCAI’s Legislative Action Committee!

Date & Times

Wednesday,
September 22
Schedule:

Registration: 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Announcements: 9:45 a.m.
Runners: 10:00 a.m.
Run/Walk: 10:06 a.m.
Walkers**: 10:10 a.m.

**Walkers should be finished
by 11:30 a.m.

Location

Bridal Trails State Park

5300 116th Ave NE,
Kirkland, WA 98033
Directions

Additional Information

The park requires a Discovery Pass. Here’s a link to order one if you don’t have one (there is a one day pass option available for $11.50).
Carpooling is recommended.

Pricing

Individual Entry Fee: $35
* Special Offer*

Register By September 7 to receive an official LAC For 5K t-shirt!

Team of 5 Entry Fee: $150
* Special Offer*

Register By September 7 to receive official LAC For 5K t-shirts!

What Is This Thing Called LAC?

The LAC or Legislative Action Committee is a group of WSCAI member volunteers who review drafts of bills, work with lobbyists, and provide testimony to ensure that laws passed in Washington state promote the interests of community associations. LAC volunteers represent different facets of community association life: homeowners, community managers, attorneys and other Business Partners.

The LAC’s Mission: To positively influence legislation that directly impacts community associations and their residents.

What has the LAC done for you lately?

  • Earlier this year, the LAC worked to defeat two harmful construction defect bills that would have left homeowners in small condo communities without warranty protections.
  • In July, the LAC worked with the Governor’s office to permit fines for covenant violations while still prohibiting fees and interest for late assessments.
  • Currently, the LAC is working to make remote meetings and electronic voting permanent for community associations. The LAC wants the convenience and time- and cost-savings of these online capabilities to continue after the pandemic emergency ends.

What can you do for the LAC?

  • Your testimony helps capture the attention of lawmakers and illustrates how proposed legislation impacts the people who live in community associations.
  • Your donations ensure the LAC retains professional lobbyists who keep the channels of communication open with policy makers and government officials.

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Annual Meeting & Awards Gala 2021

Annual Meeting & Awards Gala 2021

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Annual Meeting & Awards Gala 2021

Top Hats & Tiaras - Annual Meeting & Awards Gala - November 5, 2021 - Washington Athletic Club

2021 Chapter Award Winners & 2022 WSCAI Board Election results will be announced during the Annual Meeting.

Join us & help us celebrate another successful year for our chapter!

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Where & When

Friday, November 5, 2021
Washington Athletic Club (WAC)

1325 6th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

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Evening Schedule

5:00 – 6:30 p.m.

Welcome Reception

6:45 p.m.

Dinner

7:45 p.m.

Annual Meeting & Awards Presentation

8:30 p.m.

After Party

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WSCAI Homeowner Members Pricing

$55 through 10/22
$65 through 11/2
$85 after 11/2

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WSCAI Manager Members Pricing

$75 through 10/22
$85 through 11/2
$105 after 11/2

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WSCAI Business Partner Members Pricing

$85 through 10/22
$95 through 11/2
$115 after 11/2

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Guest Pricing

(Non-Member Significant Other
Or Family Member)

$59 through 11/2
$79 after 11/2

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Non-Members Pricing

$99 through 10/22
$129 through 11/2
$149 after 11/2

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Homeowner/
Board Member
of the Year

Linda Deneroff

Hal Hovey

Walt Huyser

Barb Pettit

Manager of the Year

Scott Adams

Laura Harris

Stephanie Hahn

Laura Harris

Cherie Haven

Chellore Knudtson

Kristen Ledbetter

Nicole Lemons

Christina Pettersen

Shellie Monson

Zach Page

Tarra Eshgh Recla

Krishinda San Juan

Jessica Sanders

Jackki Vo

Tyler Weaver

Business Partner Company of the Year

Condominium Law Group

Newman Certified Public Accountant, PC

The Property Group, AAMC

ServPro of Seattle NW

Trestle Community Management

Volunteer
of the Year

Ann Hart

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Nicolas Marin

Tony Rafel

Jackie Roethel

Scott Roth

Jackki Vo

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Welcome Reception Sponsors:

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Table Sponsors:

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CEO Symposium 2021

CEO Symposium 2021

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CEO Symposium 2021

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CEO Symposium for Management Company & Business Partner CEOs

This event is designed for and limited to company business owners and/or key staff members.

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Building Great Teams: A Strategic Approach To Recruitment & Sustainable Employee Engagement

Mike Thomas, of M. Thomas Company, will present on the challenge of attracting and retaining top talent, and how to create an environment and culture where employees are very engaged.

Mike will lead the audience full circle through practical and actionable concepts including:

  • Current State: Do you understand your current state relative to turnover rates? How engaged are your employees? How do you measure employee engagement?
  • A, B & C Players: What makes each player an A, B or C in your organization? Why we often hold on to C players. Who does each player type regularly hire and/or promote based on their confidence type?
  • Compensation Strategy: What is a compensation strategy? Do you have an understood compensation strategy in your organization? What are some examples of compensation strategies?
  • Attrition & Attraction: Are you losing talent or having a difficult time attracting top talent that fits your culture? What are some of the reasons we believe this is happening? Is it cultural fit, a “better” offer, more opportunity for growth?
  • Career Path & Opportunity: Is there a clear understanding of career paths and growth opportunities? What makes this important?
  • Values Based Hiring: Do you have a set of working core values that authentically represent your culture? Are your values discussed during the interview and hiring process? How much weight is put on skills and expertise?

Included during the two-hour event will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and breakout rooms for attendees to collaborate.

Presenter:

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Mike Thomas
President - M. Thomas Company

When & Where

Tuesday, December 7
8:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Online Webinar
Via Zoom

Management Company CEOs & Leaders

WSCAI Members:
$35 (through 11/26)
$45 (through 12/3)
$65 (after 12/3)

Non-Members:
$49 (through 11/26)
$69 (through 12/3)
$89 (after 12/3)

Business Partner Company CEOs & Leaders

WSCAI Members:
$45 (through 11/26)
$55 (through 12/3)
$75 (after 12/3)

Non-Members:
$59 (through 11/26)
$79 (through 12/3)
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CEO Symposium Sponsors:

Alliance Association Bank
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HUB International NW
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Annual Golf Tournament 2021

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Annual Golf Tournament 2021

Glendale Country Club, Bellevue, WA

2021: Out Of This World - 2021 Annual Golf Tournament - July 26 at Glendale Country Club

Join Us For A Day Of Golf!

WSCAI’s Annual Golf Tournament 2021

Monday, July 26 • 10:30 a.m. Shotgun Scramble

WSCAIs Annual Golf Tournament

WSCAI’s Annual Golf Tournament is a popular themed and fun-filled event, with teams competing at 18-holes of golf.

Registration includes greens fees, carts, light grab-n-go breakfast bites, a morning beverage, boxed lunch, 5 raffle tickets (per golfer), 1 mulligan (per golfer), 1 grand prize ticket (per golfer), 19th hole beverage, and a boxed dinner during the awards presentations.

This tournament will be limited to 144 golfers and sells out quickly. Each of the 18 holes is sponsored by WSCAI member companies – providing beverages, snacks and plenty of laughs and networking.

More information will be shared as the tournament gets closer.

Thank You To Our Gold/Premium Tournament Sponsor!

Columbia Bank Logo - Premium Golf Tournament 2021 Sponsor

When & Where

Monday, July 26
10:30 a.m. Shotgun Scramble
Awards Presentation Immediately Following Golf

Glendale Country Club
www.glendalecc.com
13440 Main Street
Bellevue, WA 98005Click For Google Directions ›

Golf Pricing

Individual Golfer
One (1) Registration*:
$195

Foursome
Four (4) Registrations*:
$750

Raffle Tickets & Mulligans

This year, additional raffle tickets & mulligans must be pre-purchased as we will NOT be selling on-site.

Additional Raffle Tickets:
Bundle of 10 for $25

Additional Mulligans:
(max of 2 per golfer)
$10 each

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Additional Information

*Each Golfer Registration Includes:

▸ Greens Fees & Cart
▸ Grab-n-Go Breakfast Bite
▸ Morning Beverage
▸ Boxed Lunch
▸ 5 Raffle Tickets (per golfer)
▸ 1 Mulligan (per golfer)
▸ 1 Grand Prize Ticket
(per golfer)
▸ 19th Hole Beverage Ticket
(per golfer)
▸ Boxed Dinner During Awards Presentation

Golf Tournament Participants:
See email from Michelle for final schedule and other details.

2021 Tournament Theme:

2021: Out Of This World - 2021 Annual Golf Tournament Theme Image - Astronaut in Space Suit floating and holding a golf club
Ideas For Theme:

2001: A Space Odyssey  |  Alien  Astronauts  Baby Yoda  Back to the Future  Black Hole  Fantasy  Futurama  Future  Lunar  Mandalorian  Men in Black   NASA  Planetary  Rocket Man  Sci-fi  Space  Space Jam  Star Trek  Star Wars  X-Files

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2021 Golf Tournament Registration

** The 2021 WSCAI Golf Tournament is SOLD OUT! **

Thank You To Our Tournament Sponsors!

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Silver Sponsor

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19th Hole &
Awards Banquet Sponsors

Continental Breakfast Sponsor

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Grand Prize Sponsor

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  • Rafel Law Group - Banner Ad
  • The Copeland Group - Banner Ad
  • HUB International NW - HOA And Condo Solutions - Web Ad
  • Pody & McDonald, PLLC - Ad
  • Condominium Law Group, PLLC - General Counsel & Collection Services - Partners Ken Harer & Valerie Oman - Phone: (206) 633-1520 Website: www.condolaw.net
  • Newman HOA CPA - Banner Ad
  • McLeod Construction - Building Relationships: One Project At A Time - Your Condominium and HOA General Contractor Small Service work, water mitigation, insurance repairs, and building envelope replacement. - www.mcleodconstruction.com - 206.545.7837 - Emergency Services - 206.545.7837
  • Porter Construction Inc - Building With Integrity - www.porterci.com
  • Morris Management, Inc. - Banner Ad
  • Alliance Association Bank - Ad
  • Barker Martin

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  • Columbia Bank - Logo
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  • Transblue - Logo
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  • CIT - Community Association Banking - Logo
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Sept 2022 Issue

Journal Advertising Partners:

  • Newman HOA CPA Audit & Tax
  • CIT Group Inc. - Logo
  • Rafel Law Group PLLC - Logo
  • The Copeland Group - Logo
  • Bell-Anderson & Associates - Logo
  • Community Association Underwriters - Logo
  • Charter Construction - Logo
  • Association Reserves WA - Logo
  • SSI Construction
  • Sagewater
  • Catchall Environmental Stormwater Management
  • Pacific Building Envelope, Inc - Logo
  • Ryan Swanson & Cleveland - Logo

  • Ryan Swanson - Jo Flannery - Flannery @ryanlaw.com
  • Pacific Western Bank - Small Ad
  • Association Reserves of Washington - Ad