Important Notice: Temporary closure of the South Cove Playground
After much consideration, the South Cove Board has decided to close off the South Cove Playground until further notice. At this time the park, beach, and tennis areas will remain open but we highly urge everyone, youth and adults, to refrain from gathering in groups and to practice the social distancing recommendations.
We realize that this may cause a challenge for some residents with young children at home during this time of school and work closures, but we feel it is a necessary step in keeping with authority recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19. This is challenging time for all of us that requires temporary sacrifices in order to protect our families, the local health care system, the city's economy, and the continued spread globally.
We ask you please to take a minute to review the following articles to better understand our decision as well as guide your decisions over the next few weeks.
Thank you for contributing to our great neighborhood and for everyone who has stepped up to check-on and help neighbors who need extra assistant during this time.
Tucked away on the southwest end of Lake Sammamish our neighborhood is one of several smaller neighborhoods located between Lake Sammamish State Park and Timberlake Park.
South Cove boasts of a private 4-acre park lined with Willow, Maple and Cherry trees, walking trails, a children’s playground, 2 tennis courts, a beach front with a swim dock and roped swim area, community BBQ's, and plenty of open grass for family play and community social events.
As part of the South Lake Sammamish Association developed in the 1970s and early 1980s, most of South Cove’s 289 homes retain their original design while some have been updated or replaced by larger homes. All in all, the look and feel of this stable and sought-after neighborhood is warm, inviting and family-friendly.
For questions or inquiries about the South Cove community, please email the South Cove HOA Board.