Community News and Events

Hidden Valley Lake celebrated the unofficial end of summer with an all-day family event on Sunday, September 5.  Spearheaded by Steve and Denice Siereveld, he a board member and she the president of our Civic Club, the day had a plethora of events.    There was food, vendors, raffles, a pet parade as well as activities for children and the day was capped off by an evening concert.  “Touch a Truck” drew large crowds and the men and women who were staffing the trucks shared details about how the trucks were constructed and how they worked.  A true highlight was the landing of helicopters from the UC Medical Center and the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department.  Again, the people who flew and staffed them were eager to share their experiences.

Kudos and thank you to Steve and Denice and all the volunteers and sponsors who made this special day possible.

 

 

 

 

  Walking Trails at the 77 acre Park (Ballfields)  

“We are very fortunate to have walking trails here in Hidden Valley Lake and give tanks to all involved in making our walking trails a great excuse to get out and burn calories, see nature, interact with the world, plus connect with fellow, walkers, bikers or runners”

 
 
 
 
 
 

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In 2016, we added a Business Directory to our website.
This directory’s purpose is to provide names of companies and individuals
who are capable of providing services to all our residents.
So.. check it out and next time you need some help, we can do our part in supporting local businesses.
Hidden Valley Lake Business Directory


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Timely Reminders

Dead/Dying trees, Yard Waste Disposal and Traffic Safety

Trees — Dead or dying trees must come down sooner or later, and sooner is better. The cost to remove totally dead trees may be higher as tree removal services consider it dangerous to climb a dead, brittle tree. Please have potentially dangerous trees removed before they fall into the street, on your house or deck or on your neighbors’ property. Several tree services are listed in our Business Directory.

Yard Waste Disposal —The yard waste dumpster near front entrance is for residents’ convenience. Do not dump on vacant lots or in greenspace! Use the dumpster or bundle it for Rumpke (no longer than 4 feet, no heavier than 50 pounds). Please call the POA Office for special pickup.

Traffic Safety — With school now in session and days getting shorter, please remind children walking to the school bus to walk against traffic. Conversely, when on a bike, ride with traffic. Reflective clothing for your children is a great idea. You can purchase reflective belts for under $10.  Drivers, please be extra vigilant when leaving the Valley in the morning!


Screen Shot of Drone Video of Hidden Valley LakeTake the New Video Tour of HVL!

Now on the home page of our website

Visit our home page and scroll down to the new video tour of Hidden Valley Lake. Produced and narrated by Philip Krinsky Productions, the dynamic drone footage offers a spectacular birds’ eye view of our community. The tour highlights HVL’s amenities and unique features, perfectly illustrating why we say, “Life Is Good Where We Live.”

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Glorious glowing sky over Hidden Valley Lake

Glorious Skies Gallery

9 great photos of glorious skies over Hidden Valley Lake

See why HVL is famous for its spectacular sunsets and sunrises. All of these photos were taken by residents. Life is good where we live!

View the latest HVL Gallery!

 

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