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About Summerfield Civic Association

Summerfield Civic Association

The Summerfield Civic Association is a nonprofit corporation established by Articles of Incorporation filed with the State of Oregon in 1973. The stated purpose is to “hold, administer, operate, improve and beautify, without profit to itself, such parks, walkways, recreational facilities and other property as have been or may be established for the common use of owners or occupants of residential units in the development in Washington County, Oregon, known as ‘Summerfield’, and to make rules and regulations limiting, defining, and regulating the uses of said common property and all other property in Summerfield.”

There are five kinds of housing available in Summerfield: single family houses, townhouses, condominiums, apartments and the Summerfield Retirement Estates (providing meals and housekeeping services).
499 single family houses
218 townhouses (divided into 5 sub-associations)
186 condominiums (divided into 3 sub-associations)
175 apartments
153 Summerfield Retirement Estates (providing meals and housekeeping services).

If you are interested in purchasing a home, townhouse or condominium, please contact any local realtor. If you are interested in renting an apartment or in the Estates, please contact their office directly.

Our History

Summerfield was developed as a joint venture of the Tualatin Development Co., Inc. and Franklin Service Corporation. In 1973, the first model homes were built on Century Oak Drive. There was a grand opening and a great interest in this new adult community (at that time it was an age 40+, with no children under age 18 at home).

The area we now know as Summerfield in Tigard Oregon has a rich history, see the Summerfield History Highlights.

Construction on the 24,000 square foot Clubhouse began in 1974. The beautifully landscaped golf course can be seen from many of the Clubhouse rooms and surrounding decks. From a banquet hall to a library to the arts/crafts room to the billiards room, the Clubhouse offered a wide range of facilities to support the numerous new committees, clubs and activities of the active association.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

Summerfield is governed by a Board of Directors. Each Board Member is a resident of the community, serves a 3-year term and volunteers their services. Board Members are nominated by a Nominating Committee and new Board Members are introduced at the Annual Meeting each July. The officers of the Board include a President, Vice President and Treasurer.

Summerfield Civic Association employs an Administrator, Bookkeeper/Secretary, Maintenance person, Golf Course Superintendant and crew and a contract with a Golf Pro.

Like many associations, Summerfield is reliant upon countless volunteers. Each of the committees and clubs are run by volunteer efforts and they are crucial in the continued success of Summerfield.

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There was a 65% voter turnout for the CC&R ballot in September 2016. That means that the 35% that didn’t vote counted as a NO vote. There were just two of the five sections that passed, the Late Fee change and the General Housekeeping changes. The other three items were very close to the required 60% YES vote, but didn’t pass. What’s next? The approved changes were recorded with Washington County In December 2016 and a copy of the revised document was mailed to each residence. It is also posted on this website, under About Us, Governing Documents.  Or click here:  Summerfield CC&Rs

Questions? Email SCA Administrator, Cari Lindsey at sca55@comcast.net or call 503.620.0131.

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