Vision Statement:
Our community’s Rural Character will be supported by facilitating strong local ties and communication between the public, organizations, and government; promoting locally owned businesses and supporting quality education; protecting the environment, and maintaining landowners’ rights and responsibilities; promoting controlled and well-planned growth with appropriate infrastructure; ensuring proper representation for rural interests and needs; and supporting the health and safety and the privacy of our vibrant community.

Calendar of Events

2018

The Area Council holds its monthly meeting at the Maple Valley Fire Station (SE corner of SE 231st St & SR-169)

 

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GMVUAC
PO Box 111
Maple Valley WA 98038

2017 GMVUAC Survey

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Announcements

Franchise Compensation Rule Update

IMPORTANT NOTE: PUBLIC MEETING/HEARING ON FRANCHISE COMPENSATION REVISED FINAL RULE ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018. Written comments are due no later than January 22, 2018. Specific information, including links to agency reports and applications, is available on this website in the Current Issues box. The GMVUAC encourages members of the public who have a particular concern regarding either of these projects to review the available information and submit comments to the proper agency.

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KCSW and RS Public Comments Due

IMPORTANT NOTE: PUBLIC MEETING/HEARING ON FRANCHISE COMPENSATION REVISED FINAL RULE ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018 — READ MORE OR SEE CURRENT ISSUES – FRANCHISE COMPENSATION RULEMAKING WEBPAGE FOR DETAILS. Public comments on several major projects that affect our rural area must be submitted soon. Topics the GMVUAC are tracking include Reserve Silica, Asphalt Facility, Franchise Compensation Rulemaking, and Solid Waste Plan Update. Specific information, including links to agency reports and applications, is available on this website in the Current Issues box. The GMVUAC encourages members of the public who have a particular concern regarding either of these projects to review the available information and submit comments to the proper agency.

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February 2018 Meeting

ALERT — The date of GMVUAC’s February regular meeting HAS BEEN CHANGED TO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2018. The News Article recapping the GMVUAC’s January 8, 2018, meeting is now posted under the Correspondence pull-down menu. The Area Council will hold its next regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 12, from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at the KCFD #43 Maple Valley Fire & Life Safety Station public conference room (22225 SE 231st Street, Maple Valley, WA 98038 — SE corner of intersection of SE 231st St & SR-169 (Renton-Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road SE)). Five new Members of the Council will be sworn in, and the GMVUAC will hear from citizens in attendance and conduct business regarding and relating to current and future issues of concern to area residents. Keep watch on this space for any special guest speakers and/or new issues to be presented and discussed at this meeting.

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News

Marijuana Processing and Growing

There have been three proposed Marijuana operations in the greater Maple Valley unincorporated area: 200th Ave SE east of the City of Maple Valley, SE 186st St near Lake Francis (since withdrawn due to Home Owners’ Association rules) and 269th Ave SE in Hobart....

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2016 King County Comprehensive Plan Update

King County continues its responsibility to update the King County Comprehensive Plan (KCCP) -- the planning document required under the State's Growth Management Act that guides residential, commercial, and industrial development and growth and zoning in our rural...

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2017 GMVUAC Survey

Calendar of Events

 

2018

The Area Council holds its monthly meeting at the Maple Valley fire station (SE corner of SE 231st St & SR-169)

Drop us a line

GMVUAC
PO Box 111
Maple Valley WA 98038

Quick Vote

Do you support an asphalt plant on SR 169, on the former sunset materials site?

View Results

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Maple Valley

We serve those that live in the Tahoma School District, but not in the city limits of Maple Valley

Service Area Stats

Established: 1977
Population: 16,100 (2010 Census)
Area: 116 sq mi