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The Candidate Q&A from the May 21st board meeting is here.

Our offices are CLOSED on Monday, July 4th!



Welcome to the Surfside Homeowners Association website!  This is YOUR official Surfside Homeowners Association website.  No other website is an official site.  Views expressed on any other website do not necessarily reflect the facts or views of the Surfside HOA Board of Trustees.

Attention Members: The business office has a ballot box in the entry.  The locked ballot box is managed by Trustees John Curran and Mariann Schweitzer.  You can drop your ballot anytime during business hours.  Monday – Friday, 9-5.

The office will not be open Saturday, July 2nd.  Please call ahead if you need your compactor pass, RV permits or to make a payment. 360-665-4171

Please contact us by phone (360.665.4171) or send an email to if you have questions.  

The business office is open weekdays from 9AM-5PM; the Water Department is open 7:30AM to 4PM weekdays.  Both offices will be closed on Monday, July 4th.

Check out the events page to see all local events.

PLEASE NOTE:  We have implemented Member Only pages that require you to register a username and password to logon.   We will activate your registration as soon as possible during the business day. Thank you for your patience.

Click here to view our new Surfside HOA video!


Election information can be accessed from the “Other” menu and then select Election 2022.  Updated information has just been added!


2022 Board Candidates ( 3 open positions) 

  1. Sarah (Sally) Brown
  2. Ron Brumbaugh
  3. Rick Dunbar
  4. Kurt Olds
  5. Tom Shannon
  6. Elizabeth (Libby) Southerland
  7. Steven (Steve) Wallace
  8. Richard (Dick) Sperry
Candidate information, including the candidate interviews are on the “Other” page under Elections 2022.

On behalf of the retirees of Pacific County, we want to announce the inauguration of a new monthly lecture series called INSIGHT FOR ELDERS. This lecture series is organized by Tony Pfannenstiel and Kim Patten, WSU Professor Emeritus.

The Mission Statement of INSIGHT FOR ELDERS is to provide opportunity for continued learning for seniors through lectures and discussions on critical topics relevant to their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Subjects will include local ecology and geology, legal and financial advice for seniors, habits for living well, recreational opportunities, death and dying, living with pain, and much more. We are hoping these lectures will provide for rousing discussion and opportunities to form a better community.

Scheduling announcements will be made on the Surfside HOA Weekender, the Peninsula Senior Center, and on KMUN, along with other news outlets. We would greatly appreciate it if you would contact us for topics you believe would be important for the local elderly population to explore (Tony 503 720-6786, or Kim 360-355-7864) . Lastly, if you know of someone who has a certain expertise or knowledge base in a particular subject that might be of interest to Peninsula elders, please let us know.


Pacific County Hyper-Reach

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

Also implemented are member forums.

More changes are coming!

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