From Seattle, WA:
Take Interstate 5 (I-5) North to exit 255 (at
Bellingham). Go East on Hwy. 542 (Mt. Baker Highway). Glacier Springs
is located just past mile marker #30, on the left hand side of the
Mt. Baker Hwy.
From Vancouver, BC:
Take Highway 99 South
to the border. Follow Interstate 5 (I-5) to exit 255 (at Bellingham – approximately 25 miles). Go East on Hwy. 542 (Mt. Baker Highway). Glacier Springs is located just past mile marker #30, on the left hand side of the Mt. Baker Hwy.
If you would prefer a visual map to the area, you can get one here.
Notice of Concern
Members of Glacier Springs can use this form to notify the Board of Directors about a concern in the community. Click here to access the form. The Board of Directors follows this policy when they receive a notice of concern form from a Glacier Springs property owner.
Glacier Springs Site Map
Click here to view a map of Glacier Springs. The community is divided into three divisions. Lot numbers within each division are noted on the map.
The Glacier Springs water system is classified as a Group A public water system. It consists of a large capacity, sanitarily developed spring source, two concrete storage tanks and a distribution system pressurized by gravity. The spring and the tanks are located on property owned by the Department of Natural Resources, who leases an easement to the Association.
On 10/15/04 the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) gave it’s final approval on the new 49,900 gallon water tank. This was the final step in this important upgrade to our water system. To see images of the water tank, please click here.
Water Meter Installations
With the installation of the new water tank, the DOH mandated that the Association install individual water meters on new and existing homes/cabins. This will be used to gauge “beneficial use” within the water system and will not be used for billing. For information on how property owners can turn off the new connection or for more information, please refer to the documents below or contact the Water Committee directly.
Effective 1/01/05, updated 8/09/14, a $1,500 “Water Connection Fee” will be assessed. Upon payment of this fee, the water system manager will contact you to schedule installation of a water meter.
For additional information about the water system or to request a Water Availability Form, please contact email@example.com.