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BIG BEND LANDOWNERS ASSOCIATION
 
Big Bend is a peaceful riverfront retreat on scenic State Highway 2 on the way to Stevens Pass.
Our development is a residential and recreational community that fronts on the picturesque Skykomish River. 
The community is nestled in the heart of magnificent mountain peaks of the Cascade Range surrounded by luxurious evergreen forests and rock-studded streams.  Convenient shopping, post office and other community services are available nearby in Gold Bar.
  • Founded in the late 1960’s by Paul Peterson and John Gale.
  • Subdivision approved in early 1970’s.  Formally named Greenwater Meadows Division 2 and 3.
  • Initially planned as a recreational second-home community for Everett and urban Puget Sound.
  • Currently home to 222 house and lot owners with a mix of full-timers and weekenders.
Noted below are important documents and Board Member contact information to assist you and enhance your enjoyment of the Big Bend community.

 


BIG BEND LANDOWNERS ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
The Board of Directors is responsible for directing and managing all the policy, regulatory and financial matters of the Big Bend Landowners Association.  There are 5 Directors on the Board. Director terms are 3 years.  Board members are elected by the homeowners at the Annual Meeting of the Association in July.  Terms are staggered so no more than two Board member terms expire in any given year.  Terms and positions of the current Board members are noted below
 
Residents must own property in Big Bend to be eligible for a Director position. In accordance with the Association By-Laws, the Board must include a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Regular Board meetings are held the last Thursday of every other month. An Annual Meeting of the Board is scheduled each year in July. The Board can also call special meetings. Notices of Board meetings are posted at the kiosk at the entrance of Big Bend. 
 
Dave Clark, President, Term ends 2020
206.524.4809
 
Larissa Harvey, Vice President, Term ends 2019
425.422.6750
 
Richard King, Treasurer, Term ends 2019
360.793.2786

Marcia Foreman, Secretary, Term ends 2020
425.770.4550
 
Scott Hoskin, Director, Term ends 2021
253.297.0084


ADMINISTRATION
 
Administrative Secretary
Arden King
bigbendtalk@gmail.com
360.793.7852

Bookkeeper
Debra Simpson
bblabilling@gmail.com

Water Manager
Kim Peterson 
360.793.7767
bheron@seanet.com
 
Big Bend Message Line
360.793.7852
bigbendtalk@gmail.com

Web Site
Jim Popper
grafikfeats@gmail.com
 
Fire Warden 
Position Open. Please Apply!
 
Garage Sale Chairperson
Kathy Green 425.207.6548 (Text Only)
 

 
WELLHEAD PROTECTION COMMITTEE (WPC) 

The WPC was established as a condition of Cadman’s 2005 rezone approval by Snohomish County for the gravel mining site across Highway 2 from Big Bend. The WPC committee is responsible for reviewing and evaluating groundwater monitoring dated collected from the mining site. The WPC can recommend specific actions to protect the water quality and quantity of the Big Bend well system from any adverse affects from the gravel mining operations. The WPC includes representatives from Cadman and BBLA as noted below:

BBLA Members
• Kim Peterson
• Dick King
• Dave Clark
• Jim/Larisa Harvey 

Cadman Members
• Bill Sayer
• Robin Hansen
• Robby Johnson
• Dave Warner
 
 
WATER SUPPLY CONTINGENCY PLAN
 
This plan outlines options for securing an alternative source of water for Big Bend in the event their water supply becomes adversely impacted by Cadman’s mining operations. The plan was developed cooperatively between Cadman and BBLA. It provides assurances Cadman will remedy any adverse impact to the Big Bend water supply caused by their gravel mining operations. The plan must be reviewed and updated every 5 years as water supply and monitoring conditions warrant.