Port Ludlow Drainage District

Port Ludlow Drainage District


The PLDD...


photo courtesy Katie Smith

This phase of the Oak Bay Road Conveyance System Repair Project was completed in 2004, and was functioning well on December 15, 2015, 11.5 years later, during what has been described as 'torrential' rain.

The Port Ludlow Drainage District (PLDD) is a Jefferson County Public Utility District that is tasked with resolving storm water drainage problems on common property within the North Bay area of Port Ludlow (see map).  Commissioners are elected by the members of the district.

Announcements, Notices, Current News

Current Project Status...

We are now underway on our final scheduled construction project, "Cascade Lane". This one took a lot of planning, redesigning and community interaction.

Commissioner Meetings

View Agenda for upcoming meeting.

Meetings start at 10 AM and are held at the Beach Club (121 Marina View Dr., Port Ludlow WA 98365) unless otherwise noted. All district meetings are open to the public. View Minutes.

2016 Schedule

  • July 14
  • July 28
  • August 11
  • September 8
  • September 22
    2017 Budget
  • October 13
  • Tuesday
    October 25 - 7 PM

    Budget Meeting for 2017
  • November 10
  • December 8

All regular meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month and meet in the Bay View Room at 10 AM.

Workshops meet in the Gallery Room at 10 AM unless otherwise noted..

district activity and for project-specific documents & photos.

Looking for something else?

Looking for the Minutes or Resolutions? Look under "About PLDD" or click here.

Documents such as the drainage plan approval requirements and small works roster application are also on the page for Minutes & Docs.

Founding documents are under History.

See Projects for information on district activity and for project-specific documents & photos.



Port Ludlow Drainage District