About Olympus HOA
The Olympus community was established in 1987, when construction of the development began. The Association membership consists of 268 homeowners within the community.
A Board of Directors governs the Association. Each director is elected by the general membership to a three-year term. The Board also can appoint board members if there is a vacancy.
The Board of Directors governs the Association by enforcing the covenants and rules and regulations of the association.
The Board of Directors collects annual dues from all of the homeowners to maintain the common areas, care for and protect the neighborhood and to preserve property values.
Olympus is a community of 268 homes in the city of Newcastle in Western Washington with appealing characteristics:
Views of Mount Rainier, Olympic Mountains, and Lake Washington
Quick and easy access to Bellevue, Renton and Seattle via Interstates 405 and 90
Walking distance to Lake Boren Park
Wide streets and sidewalks provide safe, year-round biking, walking, or jogging throughout the neighborhood
Just minutes from many great outdoor activities: Go for a day-hike on the nearby Coal Creek Trail or Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park; golf at The Golf Club At Newcastle; launch your boat on Lake Washington at nearby Gene Coulon Park; or simply enjoy a leisurely walk on the many trails Newcastle has to offer!
Board of Directors
The Olympus Board of Directors consists of volunteer homeowners that have been elected to their positions. Members of the Board serve three-year terms. Currently the Board of Directors consists of:
President: Nathan Stix
Vice President: Brad Platin
Secretary: Lisa Stix
Treasurer: Scott Vickers
City Liaison: Sue Stronk
Position 1 - Mark Ledbury
Position 2 - Brian Elworth
Position 3 - Nancy Boespflug
Communications: David Klatt
Other permanent positions:
Hospitality Coordinator: Alison Lee
Block Watch Coordinator: Sue Stronk
The mission of Olympus Homeowners' Association (OHA) is to preserve, protect and enhance the superb quality of life enjoyed by the residents of Olympus community.
The purpose of this website is to provide homeowners with easy access to OHA information and to serve as a forum to communicate neighborhood issues.