Port of Olympia Operational Impacts Due to COVID-19

Submitted by Port of Olympia

The Port of Olympia, like everyone else, believes it is our duty to prioritize our staff and community members’ health and safety.
Effective immediately, all Port of Olympia offices will be closed to the public until March 31, 2020, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Harbor Patrol operations have also been suspended. The Port will reevaluate its status at the end of March. The Port will continue to provide the following limited services:
Swantown Marina & Boatworks will be operational. However, offices will be closed and business will be conducted via telephone, email, or website. Maintenance and Harbor Operations personnel will be onsite, but will be practicing social distancing. Swantown Boatworks will continue Marine Travelift operations and the marine fueling station will remain operational. Harbor Patrol operations have been suspended.
Swantown Marina: (360) 528-8049, Swantown Boatworks: (360) 528-8059.
The Marine Terminal will remain operational unless otherwise instructed by the U.S. Coast Guard. Access to the marine terminal will be limited. All ship visits and community tours have been cancelled.
Olympia Regional Airport is still operational. However, the administration office will be closed and business will be conducted via telephone, email, or website. Service will also be provided through its service window for essential or emergency items. (360) 528-8079.
All real estate property showings have been suspended. Inquiries or any tenant questions can be directed to (360) 528-8012.
The Port is joining our regional partners to address the economic impacts of COVID-19. A list of resources for small businesses hit by the loss of revenue because of the coronavirus outbreak can be found on the Thurston Economic Development Center website https://thurstonedc.com/resources-for-small-businesses-impacted-by-coronavirus-covid-19/.

The Port of Olympia continues to take our lead from Thurston County Public Health. We encourage Thurston County residents to visit their website to stay up-to-date with the latest public health information and answers to specific questions about COVID-19. https://www.thurstoncountywa.gov/phss/Pages/coronavirus.aspx.

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