Ribbon Farms is
a residential community located on the northern coast of the Olympic
Peninsula, approximately 5 miles northwest of the town of
Sequim, Washington. The Dungeness
County Dungeness Recreation Area are adjacent to Blue RIbbon Farms,
in one of Washington state's most scenic areas. The Strait of
Juan de Fuca provides the northern border with Victoria, Canada some 25
miles across the strait, and the Olympic mountains are eight miles to
the south. The community contains the Blue Ribbon Farms grass
airstrip, and many homes have hangars and access to the strip via the
community's private roads and taxiways.
The Blue Ribbon Farms
Property Owners Association is made up of
homeowners in the community, and oversees the common areas and
community covenants, conditions and restrictions (CCR's).
Here you can find information about our region, town, neighborhood and
association. We hope you enjoy it and find it useful.
A Notice to Blue
Ribbon Farms property owners:
Weed Mowing a Must
We want to thank so many of you
who have made sure the vegetation on your lots has been cut. As you
know, a burn ban is in effect for Clallam County, due to atmospheric
conditions of reduced moisture levels, low humidity and warmer weather,
combined with the reduced availability of fire-fighting
resources. The Clallam County Fire Marshall has strongly urged
all county residents and property owners to be attentive to the
condition of their properties through proactive fire prevention
measures. Those include having your lots mowed.
If you have not yet had your lot
mowed, please do so as soon as possible. According to the
Board's policy on mowing of lots, the last week of July is the target
date for all lots to be mowed. Please take this issue seriously.
No one wants the liability for damages caused by a fire which spread
across uncut vegetation.
We hope you have a good summer. Look for news about an HOA picnic to be
held in September.
Ribbon Farms Board of Directors
Last update August 2,