MCCA New Office

Mill Creek Community Association
15524 Country Club Drive
Mill Creek, WA 98012
(425) 316-3344 
Fax: (425) 357-9737 
info@mcca.info

Executive Administrator:
Mary Ann Heine

Administrative Assistant:
Joan N. Sweeney

MCCA Office is located at
15524 Country Club Drive.
Turn off Village Green Drive onto Country Club Drive and take the second left into the parking lot on the left. The office is open 8 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.

Maintenance and Engineering Committee

The MCCA Maintenance and Engineering Committee’s purpose is to advise and assist the Board of Directors in protecting the value and desirability of properties within MCCA, and in preserving the MCCA common areas and facilities.

The Committee carries out walk-through inspections of all MCCA facilities semi-annually and evaluates the condition of those facilities with regard to appearance, condition and function. The Committee maintains a backlog of needed maintenance and engineering projects, including priorities and estimated costs.

The Committee maintains a close working relationship with the MCCA Executive Administrator to expedite needed maintenance and repairs, and to assure the timely flow of information to and from the Board of Directors. Prior to the formulation of the annual budget, the Committee develops and submits detailed recommendations to the Board for consideration for the next year’s budget.

At the direction of the Board, the Committee develops plans and specifications for engineering construction projects, obtains and evaluates contractor bids, and provides construction inspections. At the direction of the Board, the Committee also develops a scope of work and obtains a fee proposal for architectural or engineering design services.

All Committees

Announcements

Mail theft within MCCA has risen sharply since 2000!

The standard mailboxes are provided by MCCA at no cost to the residents in those divisions still using individual mailboxes. The locking mailbox is available for purchase through MCCA by any MCCA resident desiring one. It’s U.S. Postal Service approved, is constructed of heavy-duty metal, and has a larger, locked incoming mail compartment. The owner is given the only two keys to the locking mailbox when it’s installed (USPS will not have a key). Outgoing mail can be placed in an unlocked portion of the mailbox, but it’s not recommended.