The Port Ludlow Drainage District (PLDD) is a Jefferson County Special Purpose District that is tasked with resolving storm water drainage problems on common property within the North Bay area of Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. The PLDD mission is to alleviate storm water conveyance problems on community property, such as the Ludlow Maintenance Commission greenbelts. There have been 18 Capital Improvement Projects undertaken and completed by PLDD that have contributed to the improvement of storm water flow within North Bay of Port Ludlow. These improvements have addressed community safety, preservation of property and water quality for the benefit of residents.
Maintenance of these project infrastructures is the ongoing responsibility and has become the main focus of PLDD. The District contracts with a professional maintenance crew which works year-round to ensure that the conveyance facilities are functioning as designed even in the rainiest of conditions.
The district is governed by a three-member board of commissioners which is elected by owner(s) of land located in the District who are qualified voters of the District.
Announcements / News
Regular Board of Commissioners meetings are held at 10 AM the 2nd Thursday of each month. Amended Meeting Agenda #0313
All District meetings are open to the public. Any member of the public interested in receiving a copy of the monthly and special meeting agendas is asked to email email@example.com.
2024 Election Position No. 2
The week of December 11-15, 2023, is the Candidate Filing Period for the February 2024 Special District General Election. One position is open: Position No. 2 for a six-year term ending Feb-2030.
Anyone interested in serving on the three-member board of commissioners is encouraged to contact: Elections, Quinn Grewell : 360.385.9117 firstname.lastname@example.org
INSPECTION OF BEACH OUTFALLS
There are five drainage pipes that terminate in outfalls on the beach between the sewage treatment plant and the North end of Montgomery Court. These outfalls are inspected about every four years. Here are the reports from those inspections: