An active neighborhood association can represent a community voice to the city, and neighbors building relationships with each other are the key to a safe and vibrant community. Each neighborhood has issues and priorities they care most about, and a neighborhood association is the perfect way to share ideas and work for the betterment of the community.
Here are the registered neighborhood associations by neighborhood area. If you would like assistance connecting to your neighborhood association, please contact email@example.com.
- Bridle Trails
- Cougar Mountain/Lakemont
- Chase Community Club
- Rockwood Homeowners Association
- Silver Glen
- Sonora HOA
- Mockingbird Neighborhood Association
- The Row Townhomes
- Lake Hills
- Lake Hills Neighborhood Association
- Sunset Community Association
- Sunset Ranch
- Northeast Bellevue
- Northwest Bellevue
- West Bellevue
- West Lake Sammamish
- Phantom Lake Homeowners Association
- Sammamish Heights
Neighborhood Associations, Community Clubs, Multifamily buildings and Homeowner Associations (HOAs)
Please update your contact information!
We want to make sure we are reaching you. By providing current contact information on an annual basis, you will be connected to your Neighborhood Liaison and your information will be shared with city departments to be notified about city initiatives that may impact your neighborhood. We provide resources to help new neighborhood associations organize and to revitalize existing ones.
Parks & Community Services Indoor Facilities Available
City-recognized neighborhood associations and community clubs are invited to use one of the community centers or other indoor parks facilities once per year with no room fee for the first 3 hours. Facility use can be scheduled up to 60 days in advance. Note; If use requires facility staff, that fee will still be charged.