Port Susan Camping Club and the Tulalip Tribes of Washington entered into the “Compromise
and Settlement Agreement” on June 14, 1996. This document governs the usage of Tribal
Land by Port Susan Camping Club. Through this document, Port Susan operates using
our current By-Laws and Rules and Regulations, along with sub-policies, such as
the Greenbelt Policy and our current Building Codes, to help keep Port Susan in
compliance with the Compromise and Settlement Agreement.
Below are links to PDF files for the above mentioned documents. If you cannot open
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The Port Susan By-Laws are a signed document which has been agreed to by the Tulalip
Tribes of Washington. This document explains how Port Susan is governed, what powers
the Board of Directors have and the covenants agreed to by Port Susan. Below is
a link to the PDF file for the current Port Susan By-Laws
Rules and Regulations
The Rules and Regulations are composed by Members of Port Susan, voted on by the
Membership and finally approved by the Board of Directors. Whereas, the Rules cannot
go against the By-Laws, they are the voice of the Membership where the By-Laws are
silent. Below is a link to the PDF file for the current Port Susan Rules.
Once you become a member, you may want to add a deck or shed to your site. In order
to build within Port Susan, a building permit is required, which is available in
Administration. The permits range in fees from $0 to $35, and cover all construction,
whether now or repairs. Below is a link to the PDF file for the Building Codes.
The greenbelt within Port Susan is governed by Tulalip Tribes of Washington and
enforced by Port Susan pursuant to this Policy. This policy is written in joint
effort of the Greenbelt Committee, Board of Directors and Tulalip Tribes of Washington.
Please visit the link below for a PDF file for the Greenbelt Policy