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.

"The Red Books" are here!

The 2015 PLVC Port Ludlow Directories (the Red Book) are now available at the Bay Club. The directories (new page inserts only) are $10 each. If you require a new binder cover, those are also for sale for an additional $5 each.

Pool & Spa are open! This is what was more...

The pool & spa are now open after transitioning to the new automated chemical monitoring and feed system. All-In-One Configuration
The All-In-One configuration combines all components needed for pool water balancing into a single system allowing a simpler and safer pool operation

1 Controller ensures pool water is balanced
2 Sample cell holds probes used for sensing chemical level
3 Acid pump automatically feeds muriatic acid when activated by the controller
4 Chlorine pump automatically feeds chlorine when activated by the controller

Bay Club Project alert:

The roof of the Bay Club building and the shed are being cleaned this week. Work began on Tuesday, 9/22/2015 and is ongoing; expected to continue through Tuesday of next week. There will be no restrictions to access, however there may be mist and moisture around the perimeter of the buidling during cleaning. Please be alert for wet and possibly slippery areas along the edges of sidewalk, or parking lot when leaving and arriving.

Member Social is October 9th.

Please plan on attending the Member Social this coming Friday, October 8th. We have had a very busy summer of home sales, and there are many new Owners in the SBCA. Please come and meet our new Members and welcome them to the SBCA!


Rainbow Sweepers postponed work this Friday to paint a center line down Spinnaker road due to excess moisture. They try again next week. There will be some cones, however, no real restricitons to access; two way traffic will be maintained during the short period of painting and drying time.