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 Surfside Chipping Site – Check out the weekender for schedule.

Office Hours –At the May 20, 2023 regular board meeting, the board decided to maintain the winter office hours from 8:30am -4pm, year round.  Effective Monday, June 5, 2023.

Saturday Hours –At the April 16, 2023 regular board meeting, the Board decided it is no longer cost effective to keep the office open on Saturdays during the summer due to the limited member traffic. If you are coming down on the weekend, just give the office a call and we can set up your permits & passes for pick up. We have a pickup station so you can come at your convenience. If you are making a payment, we are open Monday -Friday from 9-5, so you can come by during business hours, or just drop the check in the mail.  To reach the office just call 360.665.4171 to set up your passes & permits now.

The photos above were all taken by members.

Welcome to the Surfside Homeowners Association OFFICIAL website.

No other website is managed by or represents the Surfside HOA.
The business office is open weekdays from 9am-5pm until June 5th when the hours change to 8:30am-4pm.
The Water Department is open weekdays from 7:30am-4pm.
If you have questions, concerns, or need assistance, please contact us by phone at 360-665-4171 or send an email to
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Check out the events page to see Surfside HOA and local peninsula events.

PLEASE NOTE:  We have member only pages which require you register a username and password to access. We will activate your registration request as soon as possible during our regular business hours. Thank you for your patience.


Pacific County Hyper-Reach

In case of a main break or a boil water advisory, we send out a message via Pacific County’s hyper-reach program.  You also receive a notification when the advisory has been lifted. You can sign-up with your cellphone, landline or e-mail.  Be sure to check Surfside as the municipality or you will not receive our notifications. Click here to signup for Pacific County’s hyper-reach program.

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