The Stilly North Owners Association (SNOA) was created in 1978 when Harry Davidson subdivided 80 acres of land, created access easements, and transferred 4.95 acres of entrance road property to SNOA ownership. The original and amended articles of incorporation are recorded with the State of Washington.
These Articles were amended in 1991 to allow for security provisions, and to better define the Board of Directors, their indemnification and liability.
These Bylaws provide more detail about the organization and its purpose.
The Stilly North Owners Association properties are located in Snohomish County, on the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River and 5 miles north of Whitehorse Mountain.