As COVID-19 cases rise, the Port of Olympia is quickly making some operational changes in alignment with Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s coronavirus restrictions.
The port’s administrative office will stay closed to the public and commission meetings will continue to happen remotely. Meeting information can be found at http://portolympia.com/89/Commission.
While Swantown Marina is operational, its offices will be closed and services will be contactless (phone/email/website). Onsite Maintenance and Harbor Operations workers will be social distancing. The marine fueling station will continue operating, while Harbor Patrol operations have been halted until further notice. For more, call 360-528-8049.
Swantown Boatworks office and work yard is open with onsite workers who will be social distancing. Services can be conducted through office service window, telephone, email, or website. For more, call 360-528-8059.
The Marine Terminal will stay open but terminal access is limited. Ship visits and public tours have been canceled, the port said.