The Sunriver Owners Association (SROA) is a 501(c)(4) not-for-profit organization directed by a nine member board of directors.
SROA's staff provides functions and duties found in any small-town government, including administrative services, recreational programming, the maintenance of roads and pathways as well as the operations of other community amenities for property owners, their guests and visitors.
The Sunriver Fire and Police departments are part of the tax-based Sunriver Service District, a special service district within Deschutes County’s government.
Sunriver Owners Association Mission Statement
"Maintaining Sunriver as a premier residential
and resort community, protecting and enhancing its quality of life,
natural environment and property values."
4 Types of Development in Sunriver
There are 4,177 homesites consisting of privately-owned, single-family homes and condominium units.
Privately operated resort properties include the lodge complex, The Cove Pool, Woodlands and Meadows golf courses, Sage Springs Club & Spa, airport, marina, stables and other resort-affiliated facilities.
Located on common areas owned/administered by the Sunriver Owners Association, these facilities include the Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic & Recreation Center (SHARC), North Pool, numerous tennis and pickleball courts, SROA boat launch, Fort Rock Park, Paulina Park, Mary McCallum Park and paved pathways for pedestrians and bicycle riders.
In addition to Sunriver’s commercial core, including The Village at Sunriver, there are churches, Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory, Sunriver Fitness and Aquatics and the Marketplace grocery store/gas station off Cottonwood Road.