|Important Dates for the 2023 Board of Directors Election... more
Meet the Candidates Forum Facebook LIVE recording... more
Notice of Candidates for Election of Directors 2023... more
Committee Policies & Procedures for 30-day comment Period... more
Architectural Guidelines for 30-day comment period... more
Rules & Regulations for 30-day comment Period... more
SVLA Community Newsletter
Equestrian Estates Newsletter... more
Understanding Vessel & Slip Fees
There has recently been some question, comment and concern over the fees... more
I hope everyone is enjoying the snow we are getting!! It's awesome to see Spring.... more
2022-2023 Lake Lowering info... more
Additional requirement for boat registration... more
Holding Short Term Rentals Accountable
Annual Address Notice
Form (4041)... more
View the full plan for MLP... more
Click to see the fun coming your way.. more
January Issue... more
| The community of Spring Valley Lake, located in the Victor Valley region of the high desert of San Bernardino County, is comprised of approximately 4,215 individually owned lots, of which approximately 549 of them are lakefront lots, approximately 317 are golf course lots, two condominium complexes, one townhome complex and two commercial buildings that house restaurants and convenience stores.
We currently have 233 vacant lots, 13 of which are located in our Equestrian Estates. In 2022, approximately 9 lots were fully developed. We currently have 12 lots under construction and 516 properties confirmed as rentals.
Spring Valley Lake member amenities include a 200-acre waterski lake with marina and fuel, a beach with swimming area, a community building, three parks, fourteen fishing areas, and an equestrian center. Located within the community is an award-winning Steel Canyon Golf Club Corp. 18-hole golf course and country club. The community has a 24/7 Public Safety Department that provides professional security services, medical aid response, lake patrol and general assistance. Security in the community is further enhanced through the use of security cameras placed at all entrances.
Spring Valley Lake has come to be known as "The Jewel of the High Desert."
Click the image below to be directed to the 2022-2023 Lake Lowering page
|The Architecture Guidelines effective
August 1, 2017 governs all Architecture Projects.
|The Architecture Policy and Procedures ONLY serves
as guidance in regards to the upkeep of your property...
They are in the process of being rewritten.
Association Office: Phone 760-245-9756, Fax 760-245-3076
Physical Address: 13325 Spring Valley Parkway
Mailing address:7001 SVL Box, Spring Valley Lake, CA 92395