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Welcome to the Yacht Club Knolls Homeowner's Association website

This page was updated on September 18, 2017

YACHT CLUB KNOLLS NEWS

Annual Meeting set for September 26th
The annual meeting of Yacht Club Knolls Homeowners will be held the last Tuesday of September at 6:30 PM in the clubhouse area, poolside. Owner participation is key to maintaining and improving our wonderful residential community so please mark your calendar and attend if you can. In addition to election of Directors and general procedural measures, this year there will also be a written consent ballot regarding a proposed By-Laws revision. The meeting agenda and additional details on the By-Laws revision to reduce the number of Directors from 9 to 7 are being mailed to all owners.
If you cannot attend the Annual Meeting, please return a completed proxy and By-Laws written consent ballot prior to 4:30 PM on Friday, September 22nd.

Reserved Parking Still Available for Extra Vehicle
The Board of Directors has approved a pilot program to make extra parking available for residents with more than 2 vehicles registered to a single unit. There are still a limited number of reserved parking spaces available for rent on a month to month basis. Details of the program are provided in the Reserved Parking Resolution on our Documents page. Interested residents are advised to submit an application. New assignments can be made immediately if the locations of unassigned spaces are acceptable to new applicants.


COMMUNITY SECURITY & SAFETY INFORMATION

Crime Updates
Crime Map


Interactive Map




HECO
Outage Map

To help discourage thefts and vandalism, security cameras are installed on our property. There are three cameras for our entrance driveways, one for the pool and one in each parking lot. In addition, signs let any would-be thieves and vandals know we are monitoring their activities. Vehicle break-ins/thefts continue to occur in nearby neighborhoods and can occur on our property at any time.
Be sure to promptly report all such incidents to the Resident Manager so that the video record can be preserved for police follow-up.
  
Over 45 Yacht Club Knolls neighbors are currently enrolled in Nextdoor Yacht Club Knolls. Nextdoor is a private social network with access restricted to nearby neighbors and linked to other Nextdoor sites in the surrounding community. It provides a way for neighbors to talk online and "use the power of technology to build stronger and safer neighborhoods". In addition to Crime & Safety, other categories include: Classified Ads, Lost & Found, Contractor Recommendations, Community Events and General Interest items. You can customize the site to see just Yacht Club Knolls posts or also see recent postings from the surrounding area.
Please help us build a stronger community. If you're not already a member, click Nextdoor to learn more and sign up.

During a power outage, contact the Hawaiian Electric Trouble Line at 548-7961 or visit the HECO Outage Map website. You can find out if the outage in our area is already known and may get an estimate of when power will be back on. You can also report if you heard an explosion, saw arcing, or that there are downed power lines causing a hazard. All things HECO needs to know.


YACHT CLUB KNOLLS EVENTS, PROJECTS, ETC.

Here are a few photos of some past events and projects

-- Click the links below for more --

Events                                            Projects


 
REMINDERS FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  • Our Community Management Company, Associa Hawaii, provides secure owner access for account information and Yacht Club Knolls documents. Select Owner Access in the left column for further details. Owner account preferences include on-line fee payment, notification when payments are received and the ability to opt-out of paper coupons if you use Direct Debit or your own bill-pay service. Not only does opting-out of coupons save trees but it will also save our Association future printing and mailing costs (call/e-mail our Community Service Associate to do this)

  • All residents can help prevent costly sewer backups by not putting items such as diapers, wipes, kitty litter or facial tissue down the toilet. In addition, following City "FOG" guidance for disposal of oily cooking residue will reduce problems in all sewer lines. If a blockage does occur, residents should not attempt to fix external sewer backups on their own. Please immediately inform our Site Manager of any backup that could be caused by buried lines.

  • The Yacht Club Knolls Newsletter is issued periodically to keep all residents informed of community activities and concerns. The most current issue can be viewed using the Newsletter button in the left column near the top of the Home page. Previous issues of the newsletter can be found near the bottom of the Documents page. You can subscribe to receive an electronic copy of the Newsletter by e-mailing your name and building/unit number to ycknollsknews@gmail.com.

  • Residents are reminded that Cleanup After Pets is their responsibility. Animal droppings detract from the appearance and use of our common property. Failure to pick up droppings and dispose of them properly may result in a citation. In addition, please do not feed ducks, chickens or other feral animals that frequent our open areas. While we all may enjoy their visits, feeding interferes with their natural foraging behavior and can create a localized nuisance for other residents.

  • Residents can obtain basic enclosed and interior area Pest Control Services for a small fee when they are pre-scheduled around the Yacht Club Knolls general service dates (normally the second Thursday of each month). Additional information is available on the NeXgen website and service can be scheduled by calling 808-236-7378.

  • When available, the Upcoming Meeting Agenda is provided on the Yacht Club Knolls Documents page which also provides access to other useful information; including our House Rules and links to related state documents, construction drawings, insurance information and recent newsletters. Owner access is required to view other Governing Documents, Minutes and Financial documents.
  • Yacht Club Knolls Association has an In-House Trash Collection Program: Bins are processed by our maintenance crew on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Please help keep maintenance costs down by doing your best to follow these guidelines:
    1. Do not overload the trash bins. If the bin is full, please take your trash to another bin.
    2. Collapse all cardboard boxes before putting them in the bins. This reduces wasted space and overfilling.
    3. Heavy construction rubble or heavy bulk items will damage the bins. See the following bullet for disposal alternatives or contact our Resident Manager if you need assistance.
    4. No burning coals or hazardous materials are allowed in the bins.
    5. Reasonable amounts of yard waste may be placed in the bins at this time.

  • Large Item Disposal: Bulky items can be taken to the nearby Kapaa Transfer Facility. The city also has a Bulk Item Pickup day which, for our area, is the 2nd Wednesday of every month. Many types of Bulk Items may be placed by the Kaneohe Bay Drive curb no earlier than noon the day before our scheduled pickup day. Further details regarding this program and acceptable bulk items can be obtained from the city website.
    Please do not use the curbs by the entrance to Yacht Club Knolls as a dump site!
    PLEASE DON'T PUT REFUSE OUT EARLIER THAN
      THE TUESDAY BEFORE A SCHEDULED PICKUP!

  • Recycling: Our maintenance crew collects HI-5 items in special bins, located in every trash collection area. All proceeds help to finance our Community Party Committee events. Please place only HI-5 labeled containers in these bins. In addition, The City now accepts other recycled items in several of its HI-5 centers. More information can be found on their HI-5 Plus web site.

  • Maintenance Responsibilities: repair or replacement of doors and windows are the responsibility of owners. Guidance regarding acceptable designs and models is available from the Resident Manager. Doors and window frames are to be painted or selected to match approved colors. In addition, owners should be aware that maintenance and replacement costs for electric boxes, lighting/plumbing fixtures and interior surface treatments are also an owner-responsibility. A letter providing clarification regarding interior repairs is available here.

 


RESIDENT SUGGESTIONS AND SUPPORT

Community Participation is open to ALL Residents

The following Point of Contacts have been established by the Board of Directors to obtain input from our neighbors on ways to improve community life at Yacht Club Knolls. If you have an interest and can provide suggestions or assistance in any of the following areas, please e-mail the POC at bod@yachtclubknolls.com
  • Security (POC: Karen Hendrickson) YCK security concerns and coordinate community safety strategies.
  • Communications (POC: Rich Faris) Newsletter, website and other methods of resident/owner communications.
  • Green Acres (POC: Karen Hendrickson)  Research uses for the vacant 3 acres in our complex.
  • Landscaping (POC: Rebecca Eldredge) Evaluate ways to improve complex appearance and reduce overgrowth.
  • Records Management (POC: Chris Kempf) Sort through YCK records to eliminate unneeded documents.
  • Community Events/Parties (POC: Syd Fleming) Plan and coordinate community activities.
  • New Entry Signs (POC: Karen Hendrickson)  Plan and acquire new signs to enhance our community's first impression.
  • Major Facilities Projects (POCs: Rob Oyler & Brandi Schuyler) Plan and coordinate upcoming facility improvement and repair projects.
 
YACHT CLUB KNOLLS PHOTOS


Click on arrows to view other Sunrise and Sunset photos (mostly taken by Tom Kinney)

  • Red Sky at Night, Moanalua Saddle, October 2001 Red Sky at Night, Moanalua Saddle, October 2001
  • Sunset over Pu`u Keahi a Kahoe, December 2004 Sunset over Pu`u Keahi a Kahoe, December 2004
  • Sunset over Pu`u Keahi a Kahoe, January 2008 Sunset over Pu`u Keahi a Kahoe, January 2008
  • Sunrise from Pu'u Papa`a, February 2007 Sunrise from Pu'u Papa`a, February 2007
  • Konahuanui Peak at Sunset, December 2005 Konahuanui Peak at Sunset, December 2005
  • Sunset Fans through Moanalua Saddle, January 2011 Sunset Fans through Moanalua Saddle, January 2011
Click here to view our flora.   If you have any photos you would like to add, please let us know.

   

YACHT CLUB KNOLLS WEB SITE UPDATES

Web Updates

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