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.
YOUR OPINION MATTERS!
The SVCA Committee of the Whole has been considering what to do with buildings in need of removal, repair, or replacement in Sudden Valley. In particular, Barn 7 (the former library building) is unsafe and needs to be dealt with on an urgent basis. Other buildings (e.g., the Rotunda at Gate 1, Barn 6, and the maintenance building at Area Z) are also well past the end of their useful lifespans. We are now looking for more detailed member input.
Please provide your opinion by filling out this survey that addresses some options currently under consideration. This survey will be available until June 15. The results will be available at the next Town Hall meeting. Just CLICK HERE to participate!
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SVCA has enacted a change in fees associated with the sale and transfer of real property within the community. We all know that Sudden Valley is a 45+ year old Home Owners Association with its community structures spread between 15 different buildings. It is one of the largest, if not the largest, HOA in Washington … Continue reading New SVCA Transfer Fee→
$500.00 Reward for the Identification Leading to Arrest On Sunday, May 1st at about 6:30 PM a group of young people (10) vandalized the Sudden Valley Community Association’s AM/ PM Shelter. A group of young men went out of their way to damage the brick fireplace by forcibly removing the locked steel grate on the … Continue reading AM/PM Shelter Vandalized→
2016 Volunteer Coordinators Two members of our community, Jean Ross and Grady Henderson, have stepped forward to serve as Volunteer Coordinators for upkeep of Sudden Valley parks and common areas. Our Volunteer Coordinators will be responsible for working with community members and staff scheduling and publicizing clean-up projects. The Coordinators will facilitate projects suggested by … Continue reading 2016 Volunteer Coordinators→