Welcome to the official Boston Harbor Association (BHA) home page!
BHA is a non-profit entity with a board of nine volunteers elected annually that organizes our July 3rd Fireworks Show, the September potluck, the neighborhood garage sale, the annual meeting and neighborhood projects as needed. During 2015 the Boston Harbor sign at shipwreck corner was replaced and several “historic signs” were erected. BHA is also our advocate voice to protect our peaceful rural lifestyle rich in local history, natural history and wildlife that we value. The Boston Harbor Association actively contributes to making our neighborhood a vibrant place to call home. BHA membership is the biggest “bang for your buck” available anywhere!
BHA is a WA non-profit organization and we strive for community connectivity, engaging activities and neighborhood maintenance for our public access areas. This is all possible due to our active memberships and donations from the community. Your money goes a long way and we appreciate every dollar that comes through. Please consider donating or becoming a member of the BHA to help us continue the wonderful work that we’ve been able to accomplish.
While we encourage everyone in the Boston Harbor community to become members ($15/year for the entire household) anyone can join! If you are interested, please select the link below, or if you have any questions Contact Us anytime for a prompt response.
The Documents Page will have everything listed for you to review and will provide you with answers to most of your questions. This page will also give you a view of what the BHA Board hopes to accomplish for the year and what our goals are for the long-term future.
We are excited to share with everyone our Event Calendar. This is a public Google Calendar that can be accessed either here, or through the link below:
The 2022 BHA Annual Meeting was held in person for the first time in two years at 6:30pm on February 23rd at the Gull Harbor Lutheran Church, 4610 Boston Harbor Rd NE, Olympia, WA 98506. It was very well attended.
Two current members stepped down (Richard Thompson and Susan Lund) and three new Boston Harbor residents volunteered to join the board: Jackie Ashley, Nina Goodrich, and Bjorn Hartman.
Richard and Susan deserve a big round of applause for the many years they dedicated to the BHA Board. And we all look forward to the enthusiasm and energy that the new members promise to bring to the Board.