Citizen SurveysThe Greater Maple Valley Unincorporated Area Council (GMVUAC) conducts biennial surveys and elections online. All persons living in unincorporated King County within the Tahoma School District boundaries (i.e., outside of any City limits) are invited to participate. The survey will address issues that affect you, your family, and your neighborhood, including planning, zoning, development, traffic, economics, water, and sewage. As part of the survey, you may also express your interest in becoming either a member of the GMVUAC or a non-member participant on its various Committees. Your individual input is needed and valuable, and will be kept confidential (although overall responses will be collectively summarized for review and analysis). The GMVUAC thanks you for your interest and welcomes your participation in helping us better serve you and our community.
2021 GMVUAC Survey
2017 GMVUAC Survey and Election — Final Form and Summary of Results
The GMVUAC wishes to thank each of the 282 respondents who completed our 2017 Survey and Election
2019 GMVUAC Survey and Election — Final Form and Summary of Results
The GMVUAC wishes to thank each of the 77 respondents who completed our 2019 Survey and Election
The GMVUAC serves the residents of unincorporated King County living in the Tahoma School District No. 409 (outside the city limits of Maple Valley). Our Washington nonprofit corporation was established in 1977; we serve a population of 16,100 (2010 Census); and our service area is 116 sq mi. Below is a map of our Service Area and the four Community Areas:
2018/2019 GMVUAC Newspaper Articles