South Bay Community Association
Welcome to the South Bay Community Website. This is the Member’s comprehensive resource for Club news and announcements, information for activities and events at the Club, and archive for association business matters.
The South Bay Community Association (SBCA) is an association of 14 villages in the South Bay area of Port Ludlow, Washington.
Jefferson Health Care proudly presents legendary folk singing group The Brothers Four on Saturday October 1st at McCurdy Pavilion in Port Townsend's Fort Worden State Park.
A benefit concert for the Dove House, October 1st, 2016
McCurdy Pavilion - Fort Worden
200 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368
Tickets: General Admission -$35 , Preferred - $45, Premium - $70, VIP - $175
6PM - "VIP Soiree"
6:30 - Doors open - "No Host Bar"
7:00 - Show Time
8:00 - Intermission - "No Host Bar"
8:15 - 2nd Half
Now proudly celebrating their Golden Anniversary, the smooth, musical sounds of The Brothers Four have delighted millions for five exciting decades. Folk songs from America, Ireland, Scotland, Africa, Japan and China round out a repertoire of acoustic tunes, old and new.
All profits from the concert go to benefit the Dove House, a non-profit that provides confidential and free services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and general crime.
"Early Bird" Tickets are on sale now!!! Go to the Dove House webpage or Brown
Tickets to take advantage.
Bay Club Repair Project - Update
UPDATE: Bay Club Repair Project & March 19th Special Meeting of Members
Because of the overwhelming support and participation of SBCA Members, the Bay Club repair project will move forward. The vote to approve the special assessment that enables the repair project to be completed was 402 to 30.
The SBCA Board thanks the South Bay community for its widespread support and its assurance that the Bay Club is a valuable asset to all of us. We enjoyed 75% participation of all lot owners (not including PLA) and a 93% approval rate from those voting.
Assessment invoicing will begin April 1, 2016 with the next quarterly dues statement. All members will be assessed at the rate of $50 per lot, per quarter for five years. Members are welcome to pay the full $1000 per lot in one payment if so desired. Those, who are able and, who choose to pay the $1,000.00 now, will help reduce our overall cost by reducing the needed amount to be borrowed.
Any questions regarding special assessment invoicing should be directed to the Bay Club Manager at email@example.com
The next step for the Board and its Special Project Group is to shop lenders for the best loan terms. As progress is made concerning bank financing and the construction schedule, email updates will be sent to SBCA members on a regular basis.
The Club Repair Project - what is it all about?
The Bay Club will soon require some exterior repairs and renovation work.
If you would like to learn a little more about; what work is to be done to the Club, why the work needs to be done, when it should be done, and other project information, then click here to gain a little perspective on the project. The SBCA Board has created a summary overview of the project for SBCA Members. If you still have questions; email them to the Bay Club General Manager by using this link and he will get your questions delivered to the appropriate Board Member or Committee Chairperson.
SBCA Tennis Courts now secured
The SBCA's tennis courts are now secured with a padlock. The tennis courts are now accessed in one of two ways:
1. Check out a key from the Bay Club Front Desk each time, and return to the key to the Bay Club Front Desk when tennis play has concluded. Keys can only be checked out during the Bay Club's normal hours of operation and must be returned on the same day before the Club closes.
2. Send an email to the Bay Club GM to arrange for a time when a key to the tennis courts can be issued to you (SBCA Member) to keep, so that checking out and returning a key from the Bay Club Front Desk will become unecessary for accessing the courts. There is no cost for a key, unless lost.
Helpful Links to keep informed.
Here are few links to help stay informed when there are travel issues or emergencies.
These links can be accessed with a computer, or with most phones (iPhone style phones). Cellular phones, like your iPhone can be handy during power outages to stay informed. You will typically need to turn on cellular data feature on your phone, as internet wireless access points use electricity and will be inaccessible. There are spare power packs and car chargers that can be purchased to keep your phone powered up during a power outage.
Nixel - a service that will text you information whenever an emergency situatiion arises: click here
WSDOT: keep track of Hood Canal Bridge opening and closures, and road conditions: click here
Nextdoor: A local Port Ludlow community page; this site has been very useful during power outages and other emergency events to update the community in real-time as developments occur. click here