Resident Resources

PayHOA

PayHOA is the online service MCCA uses to collect annual assessments and manage resident information. Access or set up your PayHOA account.

Trail Map

Residents of MCCA enjoy an extensive trail system connecting our neighborhoods to one another, to pocket parks, and to our nature preserve. View and print our trail map to plan your next walking adventure.

Please note that golf course walkways, cart paths, and trails are not MCCA property and are for the use of country club members only.

Service Providers 

The Service Providers on this list have been recommended by one or more MCCA members for their performance, quality of work, and fair rates. They are not endorsed by MCCA nor does MCCA check for license and bonding. You can confirm contractor credentials with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. We also recommend that you always ask for references. Before proceeding on projects, be sure that you have obtained any required city permits and/or MCCA approvals.

Owner / Tenant Responsibilities

If you are a landlord or tenant of a residence in MCCA, refer to the Owner / Tenant Responibilities for information pertinent to those circumstances.

Calendar

One of MCCA’s missions is to foster a sense of community among our residents. Our calendar is a great way to learn about upcoming meetings, social events, and club activities.

MillStream Newsletters

Published bi-monthly, the MillStream newsletter is a great way to keep up with community activities and announcements, including dates for social events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Santa Breakfast, and Elf Awards.

The MillStream is delivered electronically via an email contact program. Your household email registered with PayHOA is automatically added to our mailing list.

Governing Documents

To promote a fuller understanding of MCCA resident’s obligations, our legal documents are all available online.

Governing Documents (Incorporation, Restrictive Covenants, and By-Laws)

Covenant Committee Guidelines 

Architectural Control Committee Guidelines