CVHA Common Area Map

Crystal Village has some nice common area for homeowners and guests to enjoy. See a map of the common area as well as trails and access points below.


Click the map to see a bigger version. Sorry for the low quality of this map. It is accurate but doesn’t look great. If anybody has better skills and could make a more clear map, I’d happily replace this one.


Community meeting with PSE

Community Meeting With Puget Sound Energy (PSE)

July 20, 2016 Wednesday 6 to 8 pm at the Hwy 410 Community Center

PSE representatives will present the transmission grid work completed, what is currently in progress, and what PSE is looking at for the coming years.

They will also discuss the formidable future project of relocating PSE’s transmission line between the old Weyerhaeuser bridge (removed years ago) and the Greenwater substation.  Numerous challenges and issues for this transmission line relocation project include the riparian zone management, the actual topographic parameters, and coordination with WSDOT, USFS, State Parks and Muckleshoot Federal Corporation.

Another topic is the voltage surges that have impacted some of the residents.  After the short presentation, most time will be reserved for Q and A.

CVHA Water System & Common Area Maintenance

Thanks to  Jeff Barth, Diane Gebenini, and Mark Pedersen for their work removing a lot of the scotch broom. Thanks Jeff for organizing the event.

Over the last month many CVHA board members and their families worked to have trees removed that were endangering the water system and cleaned up scotch broom that was creating fire hazard. The water system tree removal project is about 60% complete. Thanks for the hard work folks!

Thanks to Paul McNabb and company who hauled 80% of the brush away for disposal in Scott’s yard. Scott, Gary and their wives hauled the limbs from CV3, Limbs from Rainbow Lane, and scotch broom. All the limbs and scotch broom were burned at Gary, Scotts’ and Gerry’s place. No chipper rental will be needed this year. These volunteers saved every homeowner money with their effort and it is much appreciated. Without this volunteer work we would need to hire contractors. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

There is still more scotch broom clean up to do this year and any help from the community members would be greatly appreciated. Scheduled work parties don’t seem to work for most people’s schedules. If you can help at any time, please contact us and we can work around your schedule.