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Welcome

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 71 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

Marine Wildlife Viewing

By Webmaster | May 11, 2021

Let’s talk about the elephant (seal) in the room! Ellison the Elephant Seal, attracts quite a bit of attention during the summer when he hauls out on baby island. It is super cool to see a seal like him in the wild and many of us have watched him grow over the past 4 or…

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ANNUAL MEETING PACKETS

By Webmaster | Feb 5, 2021

You should have received your Annual Meeting packet in the mail by now. Please review the Presidents letters along with information regarding the annual meeting. All information is also available in the “Members Access” area along with regular meeting ZOOM links.

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Regular Board Meetings

By Webmaster | Jan 15, 2021

Due to statewide COVID19 restrictions, all board meetings are being held via Zoom. The Joint meeting begins at 9 am, GBBC meets at 10 am. The HHWC has a separate link to their 10 am meeting. The Meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month. All ZOOM links to join meetings are under…

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Island County Mapping Tools

By Webmaster | Jul 23, 2020

Island County has two tools that can be useful to our membership. The Sheriffs Department has a mapping tool to show all reported incidents. These can be marine rescues, traffic accidents, theft and many more. You are able to view these reported incidents on a satellite maps and zoom into the Greenbank area. The second…

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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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