Sudden Valley is one of the most beautiful places in the Northwest, conceived in the late 60’s and now home to over 7,000 residents, plus an abundance of wildlife.

Sudden Valley is proud of its community and offers activities for all ages and abilities, including marina, parks, playgrounds, miles of hiking trails, and an 18-hole golf course designed by the renowned course architect, Ted Robinson.

The Community Center recreation area, run by the YMCA, includes a state of the art fitness center and outdoor Olympic size swimming pool. An adult-only pool is located in the Adult Center along with the temporary library location.

Didn’t get a chance to attend the 8/13/2016 Facilities Revitalization Town Hall?  CLICK HERE to watch the video recording!


Here’s another chance to make your opinion heard.  The Sudden Valley Home Owners Association (SVCA) is reaching out to the community and is, once again, asking for SVCA Membership input.  In order to best serve the membership, we need to know how you feel about the services and amenities provided by SVCA and how often you use them. This survey is completely anonymous.

This information will be collected between August 13th and September 16th.  It will be analyzed by the Long Range Planning Committee and Communications Committee and will be taken into consideration when formulating plans for future growth and development.  So, your input is vital.  Help make Sudden Valley the community you want it to be.  Let us know what’s important to you.

To take the latest SVCA Community survey online, CLICK HERE

If you have any technical problems with this survey, please contact Cheryl Taylor at Fawndancer54@T3sos.com for assistance.  Paper copies are also available in the Admin office.  We REALLY appreciate your taking the time to complete this new survey.  Thank you in advance for your input.



Emergency Preparedness

CLICK HERE to read about the $17,000
from PSE for a CERT Trailer

CLICK HERE for the After-Action Report on
Cascadia Rising








Sudden Valley Pool Revitalization Project

CLICK HERE to see before and after photos of the extensive YMCA pool revitalization!



Candidate Solicitation Poster

2016 AGM Candidate Application Packet


Update - Polo Park Drive Open

The cement truck has been removed from Polo Park Drive, and the obstruction has been cleared.

Temporary Road Blockage on Polo Park Drive

An unauthorized blockage of Polo Park Drive by a pouring concrete truck is in currently in proress. We have been assured that the obstruction will be cleared by 5:30pm, and SVCA is working with the School District and Fire Department to manage this issue. We thank you for your patience and for conscientious members of … Continue reading Temporary Road Blockage on Polo Park Drive

Update – Arrest in Theft of Sudden Valley Art

A non-Sudden Valley Bellingham resident was contacted by the Whatcom County Sherriff’s Department on Thursday and confessed to stealing the Clubhouse art work on August 5th.  Several individuals provided tips on the possible identity of the person pictured removing the art off the wall.  That information was turned over to the Sherriff’s Department which led … Continue reading Update – Arrest in Theft of Sudden Valley Art

SVCA Student Fund Raising for Bellingham Football Equipment

Three Sudden Valley resident students who attend Bellingham High School have been given permission to conduct door-to-door fund raising in the community. Our 3 resident students are freshman football players at Bellingham High School and are selling $20 coupons to raise  money for their football equipment. The trio presented themselves to the Admin Office where … Continue reading SVCA Student Fund Raising for Bellingham Football Equipment


By order of the Whatcom County Fire Marshall, the following additional restrictions are in place: Dry conditions and increased fire danger will call for further burn restrictions. Whatcom County – Due to increasingly dry weather conditions, and the issuance of both a Fire Weather Watch and Red Flag Warning for Whatcom County for Thursday and … Continue reading STATEWIDE BURN BAN IN EFFECT!