Welcome

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.



Announcements

Long-Range Planning Committee Meeting 1/23/2017

The Long-Range Planning Committee will hold standing meetings the fourth Monday of each month, the first meeting will be held Monday, January 23, 2017 at 6:45 p.m. in the Sunshine Room. Please note that future meetings are subject to time and location changes. Permanent changes will be announced accordingly. Thank you.


Form Letter sent to Members regarding “NOTICE OF LIEN RIGHTS AND IMPACT ON HOMESTEAD PROTECTIONS”

As you may already be aware, all members in the Association were sent a form letter advising them of the Association’s right to file a lien as it pertains to the homestead protection under Washington law (RCW 6.13.080(6)).  We, the Association, realized last year this notification should have been given annually and obtained a form … Continue reading Form Letter sent to Members regarding “NOTICE OF LIEN RIGHTS AND IMPACT ON HOMESTEAD PROTECTIONS”


ATTEMPTED BREAK IN

The following person was caught trying to break into 8 Rocky Ridge and is still at large in the area. If this person is sighted, you are asked to contact Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office at 911 or contact Security at 360-319-8200, below is a photo taken by home security camera.


GREEN HILL ROAD CLOSED - 1/11/17

The LWWD has shut down Green Hill Road effective immediately in order to repair a water main leak under the road. No estimate on length of time for the closure, but updates will be provided here as they become known.


Lighting at Gate 2 Entrance

Power to our light at the Gate 2 entrance was disrupted several months back, and is being replaced this month.  Contractor work is tentatively scheduled for January 16 and 17th.  Effort includes removing and replacing the old pole which will have some traffic flow impacts.  Traffic control measures will be in place to maintain safety.