NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
Valley View News
The Regular Board Meeting normally held on the 3rd Tuesday October 20, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. will be moved to the 4th Tuesday October 27, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. Please mark your calendars with the new date.
Public Meeting Notice – Valley View Sewer District
Open House/Public Meeting The Loop and Surrounding Area Project An Open House/Public Meeting was held on September 10, 2015 to inform property owners about a proposed sewer construction project in the Loop and surrounding area. The meeting exhibits can be viewed here. Please contact Valley View if you have questions about the meeting exhibits. 1. […]
Open House/Public Meeting West of Military Road S / Hilltop Area Project An Open House/Public Meeting was held on September 9, 2015 to inform property owners about a proposed sewer construction project West of Military RD S and the Hilltop area. The meeting exhibits can be viewed here. Please contact Valley View if you have questions […]
Please take time to view a short video “The Ugly Truth”. Clever artistry and specific points provide a clear outline of Washington’s infrastructure needs and the disappearing funding.
The King County Council recently approved an increase in the treatment rates collected for all agencies (like Valley View) which use the King County treatment plants for sewage treatment. The current King County rate for a single family residence is 39.80/month. Valley View adds an additional $12.00/month to pay for the operation and maintenance of […]
After 17 years with no change in either the General Facility Charge (GFC) or the System Facility Charge (SFC) Valley View will be increasing both the GFC and SFC in 2015. The GFC which has been set at $850.00 since 1997 will go up to $1427.00. The SFC which has been set at $1900.00 since […]
A 32.4 kW, 150 panel, solar energy system was installed in the fall of 2013 on the Valley View Sewer District/Water District # 125 joint administration building located at 3460 S 148th St. Installer: Sunergy Systems Installation Cost 90% recovered by 2020 Provides 15% of yearly electricity consumption for the site (Three buildings) A 9.6 […]