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

Lake Whatcom Blvd to Remain Closed. (4:00pm 3/23/17)

Lake Whatcom Boulevard to remain CLOSED to traffic due to loose and unstable rock above roadway. The roadway is closed in the 2500 block just south of Strawberry Point. Lake Louise Road is signed as a detour. http://wa-whatcomcounty.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/27366


NOTICE: Admin Phones are Operational

The Administrative Office phones are operational at this time, however, there may be static as technicians continuing working on the issue.  Thank you


NOTICE: Admin Phones Down Due to Comcast Outage

The Administrative Office phones are currently down due to a Comcast outage in the area. A technician has been dispatched to address the current problem which will, hopefully, be resolved today during business.  Staff will be notified by a technician when the issue has been resolved and we will post it to the website. Please … Continue reading NOTICE: Admin Phones Down Due to Comcast Outage


NOTICE: Admin Phones Down

Please be advised that the Administrative Office phones are down. Technicians have been contacted and we are working on the issue as fast as we can.  Thank you for your patience. 


Whatcom County Emergency Press Release

Lake Whatcom Boulevard is closed indefinitely to all traffic in the 2500 block due to a rock slide. Lake Louise Road is signed as a detour. Questions should be directed to Whatcom County Public Works, Maintenance and Operations Division at (360) 778-6400.