At Stage Pass, when we say lots are ready to build, we mean ready to build. We’ve taken care of all the behind-the-scenes details so you don’t have to. Here’s a list of the features already in place:
The management of the Vineyards at Stage Pass is committed to providing and maintaining a state-of-the-art water system. The homeowner’s association (HOA) will monitor well pump, storage and distribution system performance. The HOA will also coordinate all infrastructure maintenance, initiate necessary repairs, and notify lot owners of any interruption issues. Specific features include:
climate-controlled potable water supply building that provides optimal water quality conditions
computerized monitoring of well performance and water storage parameters
four 3,000 gallon holding tanks (one for each well) with filtration as necessary
supply lines that distribute water from the potable water supply building throughout the subdivision, terminating at a water meter located on each lot—two tanks provide water for four lots
sufficient water flow rate to supply average urban water requirements for each lot (flow rate varies)
From gas and electric to everything you need for phone and internet, the underlying utilities have all been brought to the Stage Pass lots —completely in-ground with no overhead wires or bulky poles to obstruct the spectacular views.
Pacific Power & Light: electricity
Avista: natural gas
CenturyLink: phone and high-speed fiber optic internet
Charter Spectrum: cable TV, internet and phone service
Each lot has already received DEQ septic system approval.
Brush management has been ongoing for two years and will continue annually under the direction of the HOA. Weeds, brush, bushes and non-native or invasive plant species — including poison oak — are all being eradicated.
Landscaped Entrance, Gate and Video Security
The gated entry — and sole public access point to the Vineyards at Stage Pass — is under 24-hour video surveillance with enhanced security features. The beautifully landscaped entrance will be maintained by the HOA.
Roads and Stormwater Management