Who we are...
The Lake Sawyer Community Club (LSCC) was founded in 1961 and has been in continuous operation for almost 60 years. The LSCC is a not for profit organization and membership is 100% voluntary, we are NOT an HOA. The Board of Trustees conducts the business and social affairs of the LSCC. Full membership with voting privileges is open to those owning lots abutting Lake Sawyer or its outlet.
Where are we located....
We are located in Black Diamond, Washington near the Northwest corner of Lake Sawyer next to the Lake Sawyer Store, Europa and the Children's Therapy Center.
Physical address: 29006 216th Avenue SE Black Diamond, WA 98010
Mailing address: PO Box 191 Black Diamond, WA 98010
Interested in renting our Clubhouse?
Renting the clubhouse is open to the public. We commonly rent for private events, weddings, wedding receptions, public events and more. Visit our Clubhouse Rental page for contact info, calendar availability and further details.
Current residents of Lake Sawyer can become an LSCC member by visiting our Membership page and paying online or by filling out a Membership Application and mailing it to PO Box 191, Black Diamond, WA 98010 along with a check for $50. If you are a neighbor to Lake Sawyer and want to become an Associate Member, email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
LSCC Members are highly encouraged to subscribe to our email list to get updates about upcoming events and lake news.
Follow the LSCC on Facebook.
Invasive Weeds Near Lake Sawyer
Primarily the south end of the lake, especially the Regional Park, is battling a Class A noxious weed called Garlic Mustard. It is highly invasive and grows in a wide variety of landscapes. You are required under state law to remove this plant from your property if it is found. Tom Erler of King County can help with the plants removal and is assigned to our region to manage this weed and other invasive species in our area. Winter and early spring is the time to pull and bag this plant! Tom's contact info is email@example.com / (206) 482-9521.