Cimarron Summer Shindig 2022

TBD, 2022 noon-4pm

This event needs a volunteer to ensure the summer tradition can continue!

The board is preparing to host a great event – hoping everyone can make it and reconnect with their neighbors

The Cimarron Summer Shindig is a fun event for the entire family. We’ll have entertainment for the kids, games for all ages, and food for everyone who might be hungry. The HOA board will be serving hamburgers, hot dogs, and beverages. We are asking residents with with odd-number addresses to bring a dessert to share and residents with even-number addresses to bring side dish.

It is recommended that everyone bring chairs as well.

If you’re interested to help with setup, games or to be grill master please contact Leanne Brodzinski at

Cimarron Summer Shindig


The Cimarron Summer Shindig is a neighborhood annual party. We typically have the event July-Aug. We are closely monitoring the COVID guidelines to determine if we can hold the even this year

The association will provide hamburgers, hotdogs, condiments and water.  We ask that odd numbered houses bring either a Side Dish or Salad and the even numbered houses bring a Snack or Desert to share.  Please also bring either a picnic blanket or lawn chairs as seating is limited.  There will be fun and games for all including a combo inflatable bouncy house with slide.  If you’re interested to help with setup, games or to be grill master please contact Leanne Brodzinski at

National Night Out 2021

Event Date:   canceled for 2021

NNO has been canceled for this year – but we are happy to host the summer shindig on August 21st

National Night Out is a unique crime prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch.  Cimarron has been participating for a number of years and has become a great tradition to get to know our neighbors.  We’ll typically have an ice cream social with an outdoor movie to follow.  We typically register both nationally and locally with the city of Sammamish.  The city of Sammamish no longer does visits from local law enforcement or the fire departments.