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Whidbey Island Fairgrounds & Events Center

(360) 221-7950

Island County Fairgrounds

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Round 3: Working Washington Small Business Grants

Applications for up to $20,000 in emergency funding opened this week!

For information, go to
http://startup.choosewashingtonstate.com/working-washington-round-3/

Unincorporated Island County (District 1) Small Business Reimbursement Grant Program – NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

The Port of South Whidbey received 29 applications from businesses in Unincorporated Island County District 1 for funds totaling $209,000.  Applicants will be notified of their grant awards on/or about July 24.  Stay healthy everyone!

The Port of South Whidbey Commissioners discuss the Payroll Protection Program with a local lender – April 28

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COVID-19 Response Measures – November 16 

We are now in Phase 3 of the Governor’s “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” executive order.  On November 15, the Governor instituted a roll-back to increased restrictions.  How does this affect Port facilities?

Possession Beach Waterfront Park and Boat Ramp:  open to the public; restrooms are open.  Visitors are asked to maintain social distancing and to wear masks when not able to remain at least six feet apart from others.  Visitors are also encouraged to bring their own sanitizer and toilet paper as supplies are limited.

Bush Point Boat Ramp:  open to the public; restrooms are open.  Visitors are encouraged to bring their own sanitizer and toilet paper as supplies are limited.

South Whidbey Harbor:  open to the public.  Visitors are asked to maintain social distancing.  Disposable masks are available for patrons if they arrive without their own.  The restroom and shower facilities are open to marina customers and day visitors.  Visitors are asked to bring their own sanitizers as supplies are limited.  Phil Simon Park and the boat ramp remain open for public use.

Whidbey Island Fairgrounds and Events Center:  The Governor’s guidance specifically prohibits all retail activities and business meetings at “miscellaneous venues”.  The guidance further defines miscellaneous venues to include designated meeting space in events centers, fairgrounds, and non-profit establishments.   All indoor small events and/or gatherings are cancelled; the horse arena can continue to be used on an individual basis with no shows, events, or meetings in the HOPE Building.

We will continue to remain flexible over the next several weeks as the situation could change. Stay healthy!

Clinton Dock

The dock is closed until further notice.

Flying out of Paine Field or Seatac Airport?
Park at our Humphrey Road lot for just $5 per day!
Call us at (360) 331-5494 for more information.

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