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COVID-19 Update: Port Offices Open with Safety Protocols in Place

Effective June 1, 2020, the Port of Skagit Administrative and Marina offices will re-open to the public, but will continue to limit in-person interaction to the extent possible. It remains our goal to serve our customers and guests, while focusing on the safety, health and well-being of our entire Port community.   Visitors can expect to see some new safety protocols in place.

Masks, gloves and hand sanitizer will be available for visitors to use upon entering the offices.  All Port staff will be following similar protocols to observe disease prevention safety policies adopted by the Port Commission in May 2020.   Visitors are encouraged to review the complete list of safety measures prior to stopping by the office to understand what to expect during your visit.  A full list of safety protocols can be found on our website HERE

The Port will continue to stagger staff work schedules until further notice, so we encourage you to call ahead if possible.

Administrative Office:  360-757-0011

Marina Office:  360-466-3118

We appreciate your patience as we continue to provide the best service possible for our tenants, customers and community.



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The Port of Skagit leads efforts to build a strong economy in Skagit County while valuing the area's natural assets and quality of life. -- Vision Statement adopted by the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners, July 18, 2011


Governed by an elected board of three commissioners, The Port of Skagit serves as an economic development engine for Skagit County by concentrating on our mission, Good Jobs for Our Community. At the same time, we take care to provide transparent governance and excellent public service at minimal cost to the taxpayers in our district.

Conveniently located in Northwest Washington’s fertile Skagit (pronounced Skaa-Jit) Valley, found midway between the metropolitan areas of Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia, the Port of Skagit owns and operates four key facilities: the Skagit Regional Airport, the Bayview Business Park, the La Conner Marina and the SWIFT Center in Sedro-Woolley. Combined, the Port’s four facilities are home to more than 100 businesses that employ some 1,800 workers in sustainable household wage jobs, and we still have plenty of room to grow.

Local voters approved the creation of the Port of Skagit in 1964, realizing the need for an entity that would serve the economic needs of Skagit County by helping to create jobs in the natural resource fields of agriculture, wood products, fisheries and mineral extraction. Our focus has broadened over the years, and today the port’s essential purpose is to contribute to the economic vitality of Skagit County through the development of facilities and infrastructure that support local commerce, trade and tourism. We are guided by our promise:

  We promise excellence in public service and leadership within a business landscape that inspires success and enhances the quality of life in Skagit County.

Your Port of Skagit also seeks to be a responsible steward of the properties we control, because we recognize that protecting the environment contributes greatly to the fine quality of life we enjoy in the Skagit Valley.

The Skagit Valley has it all -- great location, natural beauty, friendly people and a port district that is working hard to build and maintain a strong economy. Please take a look around our web site and see all the things your Port of Skagit is doing to create Good Jobs for Our Community. 

The Port of Skagit accomplishes its mission and purpose in a variety of ways:

  • Through industrial property acquisition, development and management
  • By providing transportation links for local products to reach global markets
  • By developing and operating trade and tourism facilities
  • By promoting the Skagit Valley’s unique trade, tourism and travel resources
  • By developing physical and technological infrastructure for business, commerce and trade
  • By providing economic development programs for start-up and relocating businesses

The long-range aspirations of the Port of Skagit derive from a broader vision of a thriving Skagit Valley. We are helping to build a community with a strong, diversified economy, where high technology, manufacturing and professional jobs, agriculture, timber and service industries combine to create a high standard of living, a healthy environment and distinct sense of place.

For more information about ports in Washington, CLICK HERE to see the website of the Washington Public Ports Association.


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Holiday Closures

Port offices, including the administrative office at Skagit Regional Airport and the marina office at the La Conner Marina, will be closed for the following holidays:

New Year’s Day –Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Martin Luther King Jr. Day –Monday, January 20, 2020

Presidents Day –Monday, February 17, 2020

Memorial Day -Monday, May 25, 2020*

Independence Day –Friday, July 3, 2020*

Labor Day –Monday, September 7, 2020*

Veterans Day –Wednesday, November 11, 2020

ThanksgivingThursday, November 26, and Friday, November 27, 2020

Christmas –Friday, December 25, 2020

 *Administrative office only


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15400 Airport Drive
Burlington, WA 98233
P: 360-757-0011   
F: 360-757-0014

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