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Need Volunteers for the July 4th BBQ in the Park

June 26, 2015


Once again, it’s time for Kingsgate 3&4’s annual July 4th Celebration in the park, open to all K3&4 residents and their guests. This year, we are in dire need of more volunteers to donate a bit of their time and talents to our annual event to ensure its success.

For those who are new to the area, we begin the celebration with a festive parade where the children ride their red, white and blue-decorated scooters and bicycles around the block. All are welcome to participate, even your dogs! Shortly after the parade, families can participate in classic park games and events including egg and water balloon tosses, etc. Typical grilled fare will be for sale for lunch and there will be cake for dessert!

Here is the schedule of events:

  • 11:30 am — Food pre-sales and parade lineup
  • 12:00 pm — Flag Ceremony
  • 12:10 pm — Parade directly after Flag Ceremony
  • 12:20 pm — Grill opens
  • 12:30 pm — Games and events begin
  • 2:00 pm — Dessert is served when lunch food lines die down

This event is only successful if we have enough volunteers to help.  A volunteer schedule has been emailed to homeowners and is also posted at the poolhouse. Please contact Dianne Parent at for more information and to see how you can help.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there!


Playground Progress Update

April 12, 2014

Thanks to the Long, Parent, Herold and Tucci Families who helped spread bark and complete other listed items. Here are a few pictures so you can monitor progress. The remaining bark will be brought in and spread during Park Clean up which will happen on Saturday, May 3rd. Hope you can make it.


Kingsgate 3 & 4 Playground Design

March 30, 2014

Kingsgate REV Design Phased-Pics

By now you have noticed that the old Big Toy and 30 year old swing set have been removed. **Kids: replacements are on their way.

As requested please find the new Kingsgate Playground Design, also sent in the Feb. news letter. For perspective the edge of both toys will parallel the end of the Pool House /Pool Fence.

This is a two phase design with the safer Swing set and 2-5 kids year toy to be installed this year. Next year the rings will be removed and replaced with the 5-12 Bigger toy.

All pieces can be modularly fixed or added to if needed or desired in the future. This work on phase one should be completed before the Easter Holiday.

Thank you

The Kingsgate 3 & 4 Park Plan Committee and The Kingsgate 3 & 4 Board

Amendment to Kingsgate 3&4 Bylaws

May 28, 2012

At this year’s Kingsgate 3&4 Annual Meeting, the board presented and asked for your feedback on two proposed amendments to our Association Bylaws that would change the policies regarding how the Association applies the existing covenants. We very much appreciate the feedback we received at the Annual Meeting and through many emails, phone calls, and other contacts. I’m writing to you to let you know what the board decided with regard to these proposed amendments.

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Agenda for the October 24, 2010, Board Meeting

October 24, 2010

Kingsgate Highlands Divisions 3 and 4 Homes Association
Board of Trustees
Monday, October 25, 2010
At the Ryan’s, 14031 121st Ave NE

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Welcome to the Kingsgate 3 & 4 Blog!

September 27, 2010

For decades, Kingsgate Highlands Divisions 3 and 4 Homes Association has kept our members updated on news and happenings around the neighborhood through a periodic hardcopy (“dead tree”) newsletter, with a PDF version available by email and on the web site in recent years. The newsletter has included happenings within the Association, announcements of meetings and activities, committee updates, board meeting minutes, budget information, and quite a bit of other information.

It’s become clear recently, though, that most people prefer to get their news and information through web sites, social media, and blogs — and so Kingsgate 3 & 4 is getting with the times! Well, that, and the fact that we’ve been trying for months to find a newsletter editor without much success, and it just seems easier to have more of a continuous, do-it-yourself newsletter.

And so, we’ve created this blog! Association officers, committees, and residents — everyone! — will be able to post to our neighborhood blog, and comment on the posts. Just remember that this blog should be focused on Kingsgate 3 & 4 news and business; so long as we keep the content and comments within that scope and don’t venture too far into broader political or social issues, this should be a useful tool for all Kingsgate 3 & 4 residents!