Current office hours are from 10-4 on Monday thru Friday and 12-4 on Saturday.
We can also be reached through the Contact Us section at the bottom of this page.
Dues payments can be made online below or dropped in our secure drop box.
Midtown Estates is located in beautiful Wasilla, Alaska within the majestic Matanuska-Susitna Borough.
Welcome to Midtown Estates' Web Site!
We've put our association online to provide you with more convenience and online services.
Our Members Only area is reserved for property owners. This area is your place to share ideas and information; get news and announcements; access important association documents and forms; and more.
We're excited about offering online association services and consider the service a valuable amenity for the association.
We hope you'll take advantage of this service. Your input and suggestions will be appreciated.
Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs)
CC&Rs variously regulate the usages and aesthetics of a neighborhood. In other words, they are created, and equitably enforced, to help communities remain well-maintained so that the investment you have in your home and property is protected. Understandably, CC&Rs require universal compliance among all home owners and residents.
When you purchase your home, you should receive a set of CC&Rs. They indicate what you can and cannot do with the property you own.
Your Board of Directors is elected to ensure compliance with the CC&Rs, regardless of whether or not a homeowner chooses to be an active member of the Homeowners Association. The Midtown Estates Property Owners' Association ensures compliance with the CC&Rs (including legal action, but only after all other avenues have been exhausted) for the following reasons:
To continually increase your property value
To ensure that the community does not decline in its appeal among both current homeowners as well as prospective future residents
To foster an environment of unity, harmony and cooperation among all residents
To deter crime by exhibiting a conscientious and involved community
To view the CC&Rs for Midtown Estates Subdivision, just click on the link below:
CC&Rs with Amendments (Last Recorded Document 05/09/1994)
Per Alaska Statute, a Resale Certificate is required for properties for sale in our HOA. Click Here for More Information!
We are excited to offer the option of utilizing your checking account, credit card, or debit card to pay dues, fines or other charges through a partnership with Zego (Powered by PayLease). Payments may be scheduled as a one-time event or as a recurring payment for the term of your ownership. You are responsible for the processing fee, currently 3.23% of the amount for credit card, $7.47 for debit card, or $4.25 for e-check.
Payment is still due on time to avoid late fees!
Balances are not available online.
Contact the office at (907) 357-1770 to verify your balance.
Please contact Zego Support at (866) 729-5327 if you need assistance with the registration process.
As always, you are welcome to come in and pay in person - we love seeing you!
The first time you choose to use this option you will be required to register.
Under New User Registration, please fill in all items marked with an asterisk.
Under Property, scroll down and select Midtown Estates Property Owners Association (MEPOA).
To reset your password, contact Zego Support.
Consumer Confidence Report
The Consumer Confidence Report is an annual water quality report designed to inform you about the water quality and services delivered to the Midtown Estates Water Utility members. As a courtesy, we are including the information here.
Most Recent Consumer Confidence Report for Midtown Estates Water Utility - PWSID # AK227204
Midtown Estates Water Utility, LLC
P.O. Box 233368 Phone: (907) 222-4084
Anchorage, AK 99523 Online Water Payments: NUSalaska.com
EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline - (800) 426-4791 - www.epa.gov/safewater
Anchorage Well and Pump Service (AWPS) - (907) 745-0740 - email@example.com
What TO DO if a mailbox lock or mailbox/parcel locker door is frozen.
1. Make sure the mailbox key is WARM and DRY before you put it into the mailbox lock.
• Warm your key over a vehicle heater vent.
• Warm your key in your dry pocket next to your body.
• Warm your key with a low intensity flame (match or cigarette lighter).
2. Warm the lock and then insert the key into the lock and gently try to turn the key:
• Cup your warm, dry hands around the frozen lock.
• Place a commercial hand warmer packet over the lock until it is unfrozen.
3. Spray an aerosol lock De-icer (at least 70% alcohol) into the lock. USPS recommends the product,“Lock Saver”. Other options include:
• Coat your key with a hand sanitizer (at least 70% Alcohol).
• Windshield De-icer can also be used instead of an aerosol lock De-icer spray.
4. If the mailbox door is frozen, gently bump around the edges of the door with your hand to crack the ice...then open the door.