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Snoqualmie Ridge is a master-planned community of over 3700 homes, situated at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in Western Washington.  With over 20 miles of trails,  numerous parks, and lots of green space and protected wetland areas, Snoqualmie Ridge is truly a beautiful place to live.

Vision:

To meet or exceed homeowner expectations of the Snoqualmie Ridge master-planned environment, while balancing the needs of individual residents with the community as a whole.

Mission Statement:

The Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association facilitates a community environment by:
  • Creating opportunities for social interaction;
  • Offering timely and relevant community information;
  • Encouraging compliance with the governing documents;
  • Active stewardship of the external environment;
  • Prudent management of association funds; and
  • Providing forums for owner participation and leadership.
Core Values:
  • Service – as reflected in our commitment to positive and prompt responsiveness to our residents, business partners, and evolving community.
  • Respect – as a core foundation of our interactions with residents and stakeholders, as well as toward our stewardship of resources, finances, and the environment.
  • Community – creating an inclusive community where residents feel welcome, connected, engaged, and respected.
  • Transparency – in our business practices and communications while providing the most professional financial management, business oversight, and customer service for Association members.

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