Del Mar Community Service Inc - Public Info

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Del Mar Community Service is a non-profit corporation providing water and recreational resources to the Del Mar Community. The Del Mar Community area stretches south, outside the Anacortes city line on the west side of Fidalgo Island along Marine Drive and Rosario Road to Seaview. It includes the areas known as Biz Point, Alexander Beach, Sunset Lane, Edith Point, Seaview and a portion of The Pointe. Within the Del Mar service area, there are a number of subdivisions, some of which have created their own Homeowners Associations.

Del Mar Community Service has two functions - providing water service to all the members (just above 300 homes), and providing recreational facilities.

The dues cover maintenance and operation of the water system infrastructure, as well as maintenance of our three recreational sites - Alexander Beach (including Lake Chiquita), the Langley Bay small boat harbor, and Telegraph Bight (a secluded beach on the south side of Biz Point). In addtion to the dues, the membership may vote to approve assessments to pay for the improvements of our water system and recreational facilities.

The current dues, assessments and water rates are found in the Forms/Docs section of this website.

Note that the Del Mar recreational facilities are available for member use only and are not open to the general public.

Swimming is not allowed at Lake Chiquita due to unsafe water conditions.

Del Mar does not own or maintain the boat moorages at Langley Bay. The boat moorages are owned and maintained by individual Del Mar members. Members who wish to install or use a moorage should contact the Harbormaster. The harbor is near full capacity - there may not be room available for new moorages. Members must register their moorage with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), file all required permits, and pay any fees required by the DNR.