2016 PLEDGE TO MEMBERSHIP:
- A businesslike approach to community affairs
- Consistent and equitable application of all governing documents of the community
- Long term approach and view of the community
- Successful completion of Board Projects
- Better communication between the Membership and the Board through an enhanced web site
- Successful sponsorship of one community wide event (Community Wide Garage Sale)
- The provision of a Reserve Study
- The cleaning of all Mailboxes
- The cleaning of all storm drains
- Repair or replace all necessary traffic signs
- Completion of all necessary road maintenance activities
- Implementation of a new Vehicle Cut Out Parking Spaces Standard
The Board and Officers meet the 3rd Thursday of the month, at 6:30 pm, unless otherwise noted:
The Woodland by Bonaventure
4532 Intelco Loop SE, Lacey, WA 98503
If you have an issue that you would like to discuss with your board, please call Vantage Community Management:
In July, 1961, the Thurston Development Company was incorporated with the stated purpose of “acquiring, developing, and selling or managing properties…”
December 3rd, 1962, the owners of the land [the W 3/4 of the N 1/2 of Sec. 4, TWP 17, N, R. 1, WWM.] located at the southeast corner of what is now the intersection of Yelm Highway and Rainier Road joing the Thurston Development Company and the Huntamer Water Company in the recording of a plat [fee #66986, Vo. 14 of Plats, pages 50-55] dedicating that property to be known as Capital City Golf Club Estates.
In May 1977, the Thurston Development Company caused the filing of Articles of Incorporation in perpetuity, as a non-profit corporation under RCW 24.03 for the Capitol City Golf Club Estates Association, Declaring:
“The purposes for which the corporation is organized are as follows: a) to provide community services to the area, but not limited to those services described in the Protective Covenants filed with the Turhston [sic] County Auditor in connection with the Plat of Capitol City Golf Club Estates; (b) to oversee the enforcement of the protective covenants for the benefit of the property owners of Capitol City Golf Club Estates…”
October 17, 1977, the Thurston Development Company (by its president) and the Capitol City Golf Club Estates Association (by its first president) executed an Amended Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions of Capitol City Golf Club Estates. This document was recorded December 16, 1977 [fee #1021104, Vol. 827 of Deeds, pages 520-529] and the Capitol City Golf Club Estates Association began to function.
On February 6, 1989, the Thurston Development Company filed Articles of Dissolution with the Secretary of State.
December 22, 2005, the Third Amended Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions were recorded with the Thurston County Auditor [fee #3795417]. This is our most recent governing document.
Today, Capitol City Golf Club Estates is home to 413 residences. It is close to shops, restaurants, banks and the bus line. The Lacy Amtrak Train Station is within walking distance, and connects passengers up and down the West Coast.