1000 Shoshone Dr., La Conner, WA 98257 360-466-3805, FAX 360-466-4733
Shelter Bay Community, Inc is a homeowners association (HOA) for Shelter Bay, a community on Fidalgo Island, across the Swinomish Channel from La Conner. The website discusses the administration of the community, the amenities, the clubs and activities, and everything one might want to know about living here.
Property Tax Town Meeting.Handout as prepared by Attorney Philip Buri for the Town Meeting held August 19th regarding the Federal ruling exempting Property Taxes from being collected by local governments for permanent improvements on Tribal leased lands. (Posted 8/20/14.)
See the Upcoming Events sponsored by the Social and Recreation Committee. Please note that the time for the Music on the Green event on Saturday, Aug. 23, has been changed to 4 - 7 p.m. (Revised 8/18/14.)
To contact Shelter Bay board
members, committee chairmen, executive secretary, community manager, or
maintenance, see the "Contact Us" link.
There, you will see names, phone numbers, and email links. To send an
email to the board, or a member of the board, use firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails sent to that email address are routed to the Board’s Executive Secretary and then the email is handled per the Board’s correspondence policy. For
others, simply click on the email link of the person you want to
contact, and type your message.
Also, if you click on the
Administration navigation tab you will see a link to the Committees
page, which in turn has links to pages for each of the committees Those
pages will show meeting times, the responsibilities of the
committee, the names and phone numbers of committee members, as well as
the committee guidelines or mission statement, meeting agendas and minutes, and the annual reports
for the most recent three years.
We hope you'll find this
site both easy to use, informative and improving over time. Our goal is
to try to provide the most current information about Shelter Bay and La
Conner for residents and others who are interested in the area.