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Updated Parking Policy for Shilshole Bay Marina
View the updated Parking Policy (PDF) for Shilshole Bay Marina. Notable update: all vehicles using Shilshole Bay Marina parking lots must be used at least once every 15 days.
2015 Parking Passes
Best Management Practices are now Required
In order to avoid some of the confusion associated with Best Management Practices, we are changing the title of this policy to Required Management Practices. The previous title, Best Management Practices, inadvertently implies there is a choice as to whether or not one needs to adhere to the rules stated in the policy. We hope this will end any misconceptions about adhering to the parameters set forth in this document. You will be able to find this document under Required Management Practices or RMPs (PDF).
No Longer Able to Accept Flares for Disposal
We are no longer able to accept Marine Flares for disposal from our customers. The nearest location for disposal is the North Seattle Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility. Click here to view the flier (PDF) for disposal information.
Re-Keying Bike Corral
Shilshole Bay Marina will be re-keying the bike corral to improve security and facilitate new assignments. We'll post signs at the corral prior to the re-keying so boaters know to stop in the marina office for a new key. Any bikes left in the corral that have not been registered by a customer will be removed. Please contact the marina office at 206-787-3006 or firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions. Thank you.
Safe Fueling Practices
We would like to remind everyone of the importance of using safe fuel practices. Serious accidents can occur when fueling. Never fuel at night unless it is an emergency. If you must refuel after dark, use only electric lights. To protect the water environment, try to refuel away from the water or on a commercial fueling ramp. Follow these procedures in order to fuel safely and responsibly.
Shilshole offers food waste recycling for marina customers. View the flyer
Hoist Safety and Environmental Best Practices
Hoist safety and environment best management practices have been updated to improve the education and protection of boaters operating hoists in the marina. Download them here
We have a promise called C.A.R.E.—Courtesy, Accessibility, Responsiveness and Excellence and want to reiterate what it means and how you can hold us accountable to it. Read the Promise here
Want to reduce paper, save time, avoid identify theft and save postage? Then paying bills electronically
is the way to go. Think of it as “paying it green”. Since April 2010, the Marina Office does not accept payments by check. Checks may be mailed to the Port of Seattle. Cash payments are still accepted in the marina office. Get complete information and FAQ’s here