Northwest Landing has two owner associations, the residential owners association and the commercial owners association. The associations cover a 3,000-acre mixed-use planned community located midway between Olympia and Tacoma, Washington State, next to the Historic Village of DuPont. 

Click on Residential if you want to go to the Northwest Landing Residential Owners Association

Click on Commercial if you want to go to the Northwest Landing Commercial Owners Association


You’ll find all the desirable elements and attributes of a good neighborhood at Northwest Landing. Peaceful atmosphere, open spaces, tree-lined streets, and Craftsman-style homes with porches are just a few of the things that make so many want to call this place home.

As with any master planned community, The Residential Owners Association is responsible for helping to make Northwest Landing an exceptional place to live, work, and play. The Owners Association follows the Northwest Landing Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) and associated guidelines, rules, and policies to ensure that the community maintains its beauty for years to come.


The Northwest Landing Commercial Owners Association (COA) located in DuPont, Washington, is a non-profit organization formed to serve the interests of the businesses located in Northwest Landing.

The COA membership includes all commercial property owners within Northwest Landing and exists for the mutual benefit of the collective group. The volunteer Board of Directors are elected by members of the COA and serve terms of one to two years in duration.

The COA collaborates with the City of DuPont to maintain community standards, making sure building and signage guidelines are followed to retain community integrity.