I received a quick reply to my email:
The Executive Committee of the Sudden Valley Community Association's Board of Directors has authorized the "Mossy Rock" Disc Golf Course to reopen on a temporary basis. I would expect the temporary period to be about 90 days. This is to allow for the development of a formal proposal detailing how the course will be operated in the future. Ongoing operations will require formal approval, which is very likely.
Such an activity must meet certain requirements of the Association, as it has been developed on private property that is owned by the Association for the benefit of its members. The course will undoubtedly move to a "pay to play" status. It is unknown what the cost will be to play the course or what, if any, changes there will be. We will also address what criteria will be for non Association members to play the course.
We do appreciate the fact that the course does provide a unique venue that is challenging, tranquil and beautiful. There is good support to continue disc golf as a recreational option for the community, guests and others on a fee basis.
I look forward to having the course open in the very near future. I have already talked to the leaders of the Whatcom County Disc Golf Association and have advised them of the Association's willingness to allow the course to be reopened. They have the "green light" to work with me to reopen the course. It sounds like it will take a week or two for them to restore the baskets and get the course operating again. Information regarding the continuing status of the course will be posted on the Sudden Valley website in the future.
Thank you for your interest in Sudden Valley's disc golf course. Your feedback is both helpful and appreciated.
Have an enjoyable summer,
Sudden Valley Community Association
4 Clubhouse Circle
Bellingham, WA 98229