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The Holmes Harbor Estates Community is located in Greenbank Washington, Whidbey Island. Our Community overlooks the entrance to Holmes Harbor, Baby Island and the Saratoga Passage. A community of approximately 126 lot owners with 67 homes enjoys private beach access and trail access at the historic Greenbank Farm. If the calm waters of Holmes Harbor or quiet hikes in the woods appeal to you, Holmes Harbor Estates is the place to be.

 

Current News

AN INVITATION TO ALL HHE PROPERTY OWNERS

By Webmaster | Jun 29, 2019

Please join your neighbors for a discussion on July 20 about next steps for the Greenbank Marsh. Responses to the questionnaire indicate strong support for proceeding with the open channel and have raised many thoughtful questions and helpful comments about details. If you have not already responded to the questionnaire, you still can through July…

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Community Service Announcement

By Webmaster | May 20, 2019

ATTENTION HOLMES HARBOR ESTATES MEMBERS: On April 16th, the Holmes Harbor Water Company looked at bids to do our repiping project. Our engineering consultants reviewed each bid and qualifications of the bidders. On their recommendation, we have accepted the low bidder, C Johnson Construction, to do the repiping of HHE. Over the next month contracts…

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Covenants Update Committee Forming

By Webmaster | Feb 13, 2019

COVENANTS UPDATE Members of both community boards and residents are forming a committee to review and update the Holmes Harbor Estates covenants. We will begin discussions in the second half of 2019. If you are interested in participating, please contact Nancy Sharp at ndscasino@gmail.com.

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Shoreline Study

By Webmaster | May 15, 2017

Greenbank Beach & Boat Club, as well as entire Whidbey Island,  experienced severe, unusual winter storm damage during December, 2015 through January, 2016.  As a result, our approximate 70 year old  boat ramp broke apart & became unusable.  The Board, after several consultations with professionals, applied for an emergency permit & was able to repair…

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Whidbey Island Conservation District Tidegate Study

By Webmaster | Feb 17, 2017

At our February 11, 2017 annual meeting, Whidbey Island Conservation District present preliminary findings from their study of the tide gate outfall infrastructure. Please go to the members page to view the presentation. PLEASE FILL OUT THE QUESTIONNAIRE ON THE MEMBERS PAGE TO GIVE US YOUR INPUT ON THE NEXT STEPS FOR ADDRESSING THIS IMPORTANT…

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