Welcome to Skyline

Property Owners Association

Image of Skyline from the Sky

Pay Your Dues Online

2023 Annual Billing is now active. You can opt to pay your 2023 Annual Dues online now by clicking the button below that best matches your account.

If you do not see a button above that matches your particular needs, please email the office staff, and they will create and email you a link to match your invoice.

Sign up for Automatic Payments and Paperless Invoicing
Automatic payments will be pulled on January 13 for 2023.


Water has been turned off for the Winter, but you can continue to rent the RV spaces.

The tennis and pickleball courts now have fob access at the gate. Please complete this form, and make your $25 payment through the link at the bottom of the form. Proof of residency is required when you pick up the key fob from the office.

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Brief History of Skyline

The area referred to as "Skyline" was once the site of Fidalgo Island's largest sawmill. The Northern Pacific Railroad and Henry Havekost, a pioneer industrialist, owned the tract of land bordering Washington Park and Burrows Inlet. The railroad constructed a depot and the Burrows Bay Hotel during the 1890s, thinking this would be the Northwest's terminus to the Orient. In 1960, the property was purchased by Skyline on Burrows Bay, Inc. with the intent of developing a west side community of homes and businesses. The mill was demolished and a few homes and a restaurant built, but the capital was insufficient. Harry Davidson, an Everett developer, stepped in with a master plan for a community of hillside, waterfront, and wooded homes. His plan also included recreational areas, a marina, and a clubhouse for social get-togethers. In 1968, the project was opened to the public.