The Business Center has a desktop PC with internet access and (black & white) printing capability for Member use. There is a copier that has capability to support one or two sided (black & white) printing, stapling and collating. The copier is also a high speed scanner with OCR capability and can scan documents to the Business Center computer or a removable USB storage device. The copier can also print from removable USB storage devices that are brought to the Club.
The Woodshop is for personal and community projects, hobbies, etc., but not for commercial projects. This does not limit a member from helping a neighbor with his or her project. The Bay Club has use of the Woodshop for Bay Club maintenance, projects., etc.
The Bay Club maintains three tennis courts near the Golf Course on Highland Drive. The courts are kept locked and the key may be obtained at the Bay Club Front Desk.
The Bay Club Tennis Courts will re-open Tuesday, July 20.
Access to the Bay Club courts is limited to SBCA members only and requires a NEW key to get in (locks have been changed and require a new key; old keys will not work).
A key for the court must be checked out at the Front Desk of the Bay Club (and returned) during the Bay Club's business hours (8a-4pm, Monday-Friday).
Use periods are limited to 90 minutes for each session.
Beginning on Friday, July 23rd SBCA members will be able to check out a key to the tennis courts to keep. Each member will need to sign a terms (agreement) form in order to receive a key to the courts to keep. Members interested in checking out a tennis key (to keep) should send an email to the Bay Club General Manager, to request an appointment to fill out the forms. Tennis Court key checkout will start on Friday, July 23rd and occur between 12p-1pm only, and then resume, at the same time each day, Monday through Friday the following week.