Glacier Springs Property Owners Association – Frequently Asked Questions
This section contains general information about the administrative and operational aspects of the Glacier Springs community. Click on the subject you are interested in. If you have further questions, please contact us.
Q: How much are the dues at Glacier Springs?
A: Annual dues are $180 per lot and cover the calendar year. Invoices for dues are sent to each property owner in January. They are due March 31st. Contact email@example.com to confirm any account balances or request a copy of dues invoices.
Q: I am a property owner and want to build on my lot. What do I need to do?
A: First, contact Whatcom County Department of Planning and Development at (360) 676-6907. Have your tax parcel number handy. Second, contact the Glacier Springs Zoning Committee (refer to Building Process“). Third, request a Water Availability Permit and Water Connection Application from the Water Systems Manager (refer to “Water System“).
Q: How much are the water dues?
A: Glacier Springs maintains our own water system and the maintenance of this system is included in the annual dues. Effective 8/09/14, a $700 “Water Connection Fee” will be assessed as part of the building process. Click here for more information about the water system.
Q: I’m a new property owner. Whom do I contact to make sure you have my mailing address?
A: The title company usually contacts the Glacier Springs Treasurer with new contact information when a property changes ownership. However, to assure we have the most current information, please email your information to the GSPOA Treasurer (refer to Board of Directors for contact information).
Q: Whom do I contact about garbage and/or recycling pick up service?
A: Sanitary Service at (360) 398-2025
Q: Whom do I contact regarding new utility services?
A: Phone – Frontier Communications at (855) 810-8844
Electricity – Puget Sound Energy at (888) 225-5773
outside of WA state call (425) 452-1234
Propane – Whatcom Farmer’s Co-op at (360) 354-4595
Water – contact Glacier Springs “Water System Manager”