For information and submissions regarding
this website please contact
Webmaster, Helaine, 541 520 1649 or
timbervalleyskp@yahoo.com
OFFICE HOURS
Monday -Friday 9-5
Saturday  10-1pm
Sunday- closed
OFFICE
(541) 459-4465  
FAX (541) 459-4465
skptimbr@rosenet.net

Propane Hours
9-11am Mon-Fri
Password Rules Change

Yahoo has decreed new rules
covering passwords for our
Members Only page.
First: Don't Panic.
Old pass words will work until they
have been changed.

New passwords must contain at
least:

  • one capital letter
  • one lower case letter
  • one symbol (%@#*&)
  • one number
  • be at least six characters

New passwords will follow this
formula;

  • Capital letters=TV
  • lower case=skp
  • The number symbol= #
  • Then lot number   ex = 789
It will look like this sample.
TVskp#789
You are free to chose a different
password if you wish, Just email
the website with instructions.
timbervalleyskp@yahoo.com

This has no effect on user names.
Your last name is your user name.
NO CAPITALS
To contact Timber Valley SKP Park of Oregon
Address: 800 S. State Street, Sutherlin OR 97479
Phone:541 459 4465
Email SKPtimbr@rosenet.net
Office Manager: Barbara Davis
The Sunday ice cream socials are back

3 pm in the clubhouse
50 cents a scoop
Bring your bowl and spoon
Please, Do not use the ice cream bar money for laundry  change. The Quarters are
there for the ice cream bar buyers. When there are no quarters left people cannot
get the change due them when they buy a .75 cone with a $1 bill.
No Change!   No Sale!    




WELCOME TO TIMBER VALLEY!
800 S. State Street,Sutherlin, Oregon 97479
For up to the minute weather conditions & forcast for Timber
Valley click on this link to Dale Prohaska's  weather station.
This accurate report will be available when Dale  is in the
park.  The link will be inactive when Dale & Gwen head south.

http://www.wundergroundcom/weather-forecast/97
479   CLICK HERE               
Important Notices
Randy Says.... (and he means it!)
  • NO VEHICLES BEYOND THE BURN PILE! This is necessary
    because of the extreme fire danger. Ban may be lifted when there
    has been sufficient rain.

  • SCOOP THE POOP IN ALL AREAS OF TIMBER VALLEY. This
    includes the storage area and beyond. It includes all 93 acres.
The extreme weather has driven black bear down to
Timber Valley Land. Particularly just beyond the storage
area. There has been scat spotted along the edge of
the golf course as well. So far all they have found to eat
are big birds and fish. Please be aware and keep a
close watch on your pets. Be especially cautious along
the edge of the creek.
Latest issue of the
Timber Valley Log
Weekly Edition
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Lot 58 is up for trade until
8/29/14 at 9:30 am
Why we chose Timber Valley

Why you should consider a membership in Timber Valley, an Escapee-Co-op Park

There were several things to consider when it came time to choose the location that would be our home for our retirement years.
When we decided on Timber Valley it was because of many factors.

First, it is in the beautiful north west with its four definite seasons and mild weather.
Just a mile off of the I-5 freeway in a small town but still close to major shopping.
We would be in a community of like minded people.

The most critical determination was financial. The membership was to cost us about ten thousand dollars and the yearly
maintenance fees would be somewhere around one thousand. There would be assessments from time to time, usually for repaving
of a street or the addition of a major improvement. & while those figures seemed quite reasonable what convinced us was the
money paid for the membership plus the assessments would be paid back to us when we gave up our membership & that money
could be our start up money in a different living arrangement or maybe money for our heirs.

We have had our lease in Timber Valley for 14 years now. Monthly we marvel at all our home here offers us. In our previous life and
a more conventional home north of Seattle, our yearly water, garbage, and sewer bill was more than our present maintenance fee.
And we still had the property tax, cable, electric, and natural gas to pay. In Timber Valley water, garbage,and sewer are paid by our
maintenance fee.  Even our share of the property taxes are covered.  We still have to pay electric and propane but together they are
less than half our old electric bill.
Living in Timber Valley is very affordable and makes our limited income go further. And it is a comfort to know that if the time comes
that we must leave Timber Valley there is a nice protected nest egg waiting for us.
What a good choice we made.
By Helaine Hepworth
Why we chose Timber Valley

Why you should consider a membership in Timber Valley, an
Escapee-Co-op Park

There were several things to consider when it came time to choose the location that would
be our home for our retirement years. When we decided on Timber Valley it was because of
many factors.

First, it is in the beautiful north west with its four definite seasons and mild weather.
Just a mile off of the I-5 freeway in a small town but still close to major shopping.
We would be in a community of like minded people.

The most critical determination was financial. The membership was to cost us about ten
thousand dollars and the yearly maintenance fees would be somewhere around one
thousand. There would be assessments from time to time, usually for repaving of a street or
the addition of a major improvement. & while those figures seemed quite reasonable what
convinced us was the money paid for the membership plus the assessments would be paid
back to us when we gave up our membership & that money could be our start up money in a
different living arrangement or maybe money for our heirs.

We have had our lease in Timber Valley for 14 years now. Monthly we marvel at all our home
here offers us. In our previous life and a more conventional home north of Seattle, our yearly
water, garbage, and sewer bill was more than our present maintenance fee. And we still had
the property tax, cable, electric, and natural gas to pay. In Timber Valley water, garbage,and
sewer are paid by our maintenance fee.  Even our share of the property taxes are covered.  
We still have to pay electric and propane but together they are less than half our old electric
bill.
Living in Timber Valley is very affordable and makes our limited income go further. And it is a
comfort to know that if the time comes that we must leave Timber Valley there is a nice
protected nest egg waiting for us.
What a good choice we made.
By Helaine Hepworth
Why we chose Timber Valley

Why you should consider a membership in Timber Valley, an Escapee-Co-op Park

There were several things to consider when it came time to choose the location that would be our home for our retirement years.
When we decided on Timber Valley it was because of many factors.

First, it is in the beautiful north west with its four definite seasons and mild weather.
Just a mile off of the I-5 freeway in a small town but still close to major shopping.
We would be in a community of like minded people.

The most critical determination was financial. The membership was to cost us about ten thousand dollars and the yearly
maintenance fees would be somewhere around one thousand. There would be assessments from time to time, usually for repaving
of a street or the addition of a major improvement. & while those figures seemed quite reasonable what convinced us was the
money paid for the membership plus the assessments would be paid back to us when we gave up our membership & that money
could be our start up money in a different living arrangement or maybe money for our heirs.

We have had our lease in Timber Valley for 14 years now. Monthly we marvel at all our home here offers us. In our previous life and
a more conventional home north of Seattle, our yearly water, garbage, and sewer bill was more than our present maintenance fee.
And we still had the property tax, cable, electric, and natural gas to pay. In Timber Valley water, garbage,and sewer are paid by our
maintenance fee.  Even our share of the property taxes are covered.  We still have to pay electric and propane but together they are
less than half our old electric bill.
Living in Timber Valley is very affordable and makes our limited income go further. And it is a comfort to know that if the time comes
that we must leave Timber Valley there is a nice protected nest egg waiting for us.
What a good choice we made.
By Helaine Hepworth