The Port Ludlow Drainage District (PLDD) is a Jefferson County Public Utility District that is tasked with resolving storm water drainage problems on common property within the North Bay area of Port Ludlow (see map). Commissioners are elected by the members of the district.
Good News for North Bay homeowners. Port Ludlow Drainage District (PLDD) announced that a 2014 budget has been approved that contains a reduction of $16,400.00 in taxes along with a goal of future reductions as the PLDD begins its transformation from a construction position to manager of PLDD assets and purposes.
There remain only two projects to be completed, Cascade Lane and Trader Lane. Both of these projects have been approved by the North Bay homeowners, construction contracts will be advertised and awarded in the early spring of 2014. All future projects will be presented to the homeowners prior to undertaking. At present the floodwater collection system is in good condition.
Looking for the Minutes or Resolutions? Look under "About PLDD" or click here. Documents such as the drainage plan approval requirements and small works roster application are also on the page for Minutes & Docs. Founding documents are under History.
See Projects for information on district activity.