Please report Items of interest by calling the Miller Bay Estates phone ( 360-297-2100 ) or emailing to mbe98370@gmail.com


Here are some solutions for issues often brought to the attention of your
Miller Bay Estates Board.

Where do our dues go?
Answer: Please click here to find out



Does Miller Bay Estates have a web site and email address?
Answer: Yes, Miller Bay Estates has a web site and email address. Please add your email address at 'Sign up for our Email Newsletter' on our web site.
Email Address:  MBE98370@gmail.com
Web Site:          http://www.millerbayestates.com/

What to do about loose cats and dogs?
It is a violation of the MBE Covenants and County Ordinances to allow cats and dogs to roam freely. It also violates County Ordinances for a dog to bark constantly, or to bark at pedestrians on the public right of way.
Answer: Contact the Kitsap Humane Society at (360) 692-6977.

Cars parked along roads?
It is legal to park along the roads for short periods of time. Cars cannot be parked in an intersection, within 30 feet of a stop sign, within 5 feet of a driveway, or blocking a mail box.
Answer: Call the Kitsap County Sheriff (911),  the Kitsap County Public Works Department (360) 337- 5777or (800) 825-4940 with your concerns.

Litter along our roads and properties?
Answer: Call the Kitsap County Public Works Department at (360) 337-5777 or (800-825-4940).  Call the Kitsap County Health Department (360) 337-5235 for excess trash posing a health hazard. And, if you see someone littering, report their license number  to the Kitsap County Sheriff (911).

Parked cars on lots?
A parked car does not violate our covenants unless you can prove it to be a nuisance. However, a car parked on a drain field, or a large number of cars parked on a lot may violate a county ordinance.
Answer: Contact the Kitsap County Health Department (360) 337-5235).

Excess garbage on lots, rats, leaky and smelly drain fields?
Answer: Call the Kitsap County Health Department (360) 337-5235.

People trespassing on your property?
Answer: Call the Kitsap County Sheriff (911).



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