COVID-19 RESPONSE

 

Overview of Port updates:

  • Effective March 28th, the following services/facilities will be closed until further notice: public launch; fuel dock; all forklift operations; Travelift and the boatyard.
  • All Port facilities will continue to be monitored 24 hours a day.
  • Public Restrooms are closed.
  • All Port offices are closed to walk-in visitors.
  • The Port will continue to monitor VHF Channel 69 – 24 hours a day.
  • Please use the contact form or any questions: https://www.portofedmonds.org/about/contact-form/. Simply choose a category and submit your inquiry.
  • STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY – We hope to be back to full operations soon!

 

FAQs Regarding Closure:

Will my fuel card still work? Only until the fuel dock closes at 4:30pm on March 27th.
Can I get a fuel card? Not at this time.
Will pump out be available? Yes.
Will my boat be accessible? If you are a water moorage tenant, or Dry storage tenant who has opted to move to A or B dock, Yes, your boat will still be accessible to you.
Will there still be security? Yes, staff will be on-site to provide 24 hour security.
Is guest moorage open? Yes, the Port will continue to monitor VHF Channel 69 – 24 hours a day.

 

Update from Port of Edmonds- March 25, 2020

Due to the current Covid-19 Health Emergency the Port of Edmonds is moving into an Emergency Operations status effective March 28, 2020.  This essentially means that the following operations will be closed until further notice:

  • All Port Offices
  • Forklift Operations
  • Travelift and Boatyard
  • Public Launch
  • Fuel Dock

The Port will continue to monitor VHF Channel 69 – 24 hours a day.  Or if you want to contact us for non-urgent requests you can use the contact form on our website:  https://www.portofedmonds.org/about/contact-form/.  Simply choose a category, and submit your inquiry.

We want to assure you that Safety and Security is our priority!  The facilities at the Port of Edmonds will not be left unattended.

 

Update from Port of Edmonds- March 25, 2020

We have learned that beginning at midnight on March 25th, and for at least two weeks, WDFW is closing recreational fishing and shell fishing statewide.

 

Update from Port of Edmonds- March 21, 2020

Due to the closure of Marina Beach Park, our Dry Storage parking lot is no longer accessible.  Please park in Port of Edmonds parking lot 9 and access Dry Storage via the promenade pedestrian gate.

 

Update from Port of Edmonds- March 20, 2020

To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus, the public restrooms are now CLOSED. Thank you for your understanding. Port facilities remain OPEN, however we ask that all visitors respect physical distancing guidelines when visiting the Port.

 

Update from Port of Edmonds- March 16, 2020
At this time, Port of Edmonds operations and facilities remain OPEN, however we have established some new practices under guidance and mandates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Washington State’s Office of the Governor, and Snohomish Health District. Our Port Administration, Marina Operations, Dry Storage and Harbor Square Property Management offices will not be receiving walk-in visits. We will happily address all tenant and customer questions and concerns over the phone or through email. Payments can be made online or deposited in the drop box at the Port Administration office. Please see the contact information below.

 

For questions or concerns:

Port of Edmonds Administration: (425) 774-0549 or info@portofedmonds.org

Marina Operations: (425) 774-4588 or info@portofedmonds.org

Dry Storage: (425) 774-4588 or info@portofedmonds.org

Harbor Square Business Complex: (425) 774-0511 or bwilliams@portofedmonds.org

 

Payments:

Online: https://www.portofedmonds.org/business/tenant/

By mail: Port of Edmonds, Marina Payments, PO Box 34108, Seattle, WA 98124-1108

Drop box: Port Administration, 336 Admiral Way Edmonds, WA 98020

The exterior door with deposit slip is located on the second floor on the western side of the building.

 

As news regarding COVID-19 evolves, we recognize future adjustments may occur, and we will update our practices and communications at that time. We will post updated information on our website (www.portofedmonds.org) and Facebook page. The safety, health and well-being of Port of Edmonds employees, tenants, customers, and visitors, as well as the greater community of Edmonds remains our top priority.

 

Please utilize the following resources for more information on COVID-19: