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.

 

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Calendar of Events

2019

The Area Council holds its monthly meeting at the Maple Valley Fire Station #81 (SE corner of SE 231st St & SR-169)

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GMVUAC
PO Box 111
Maple Valley WA 98038

2019 GMVUAC Survey/Election

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Announcements

December 2018 Meeting

The Area Council will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, December 3, from 7:00 to 9:30 PM at the Maple Valley Fire Station #81–SE corner of SE 231st St & SR-169. We will have as our guest speakers Tony Giurado, new Superintendent of TSD #409, and Chief Aaron Tyerman, FD #43/MVF&LS. The Area Council will discuss other local issues of importance. Future Council Meetings and planned topics and guest speakers are presented as information becomes available. We invite you to visit our various Committee and informational webpages to see all in which your Council is and has been involved. Get to know your Council by reading a short biography of each current member.

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November 16 Special Meeting

The GMVUAC will hold a Special Meeting on Friday, November 16, from 7 – 9:30 PM at its customary location in the Conference Room of MVF&LS Station #81. Department of Ecology, Reserve Silica, and Holcim representatives will present and discuss with all attendees the Draft Agreed Order (which is an agreement to conduct a remedial investigation, feasibility study, and draft cleanup action plan) for the Reserve Silica Mine Site. Read More or visit our Reserve Silica webpage in the Current Issues Box for much more detailed information. ALL ARE INVITED TO THIS IMPORTANT SPECIAL EVENT.

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November 2018 Meeting

The Area Council will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, November 5, from 7:00 to 9:30 PM at the Maple Valley Fire Station #81–SE corner of SE 231st St & SR-169. We will have guest speakers from local and State agencies present and discuss programs for planned improvements to the I-90 / Front Street Interchange and the Issaquah-Hobart Road Corridor. The Area Council will discuss other local issues of importance. Future Council Meetings and planned topics and guest speakers are presented as information becomes available. We invite you to visit our various Committee and informational webpages to see all in which your Council is and has been involved. Get to know your Council by reading a short biography of each current member. Also, read all about the recent joinder of the FD #43/MVF&LS with the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority, as well as important guidelines regarding Burn Bans.

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2019 GMVUAC Survey/Election

Calendar of Events

2019

The Area Council holds its monthly meeting at the Maple Valley Fire Station #81 (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

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: