Date Published: March 27, 2020


In accordance with Governor Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order, the Port of Hoodsport will be making changes to some of its operations.

Port offices closed to the public.  The Port of Hoodsport office will remain closed to the public until April 8, 2020, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  The Port of Hoodsport Administrative will be working remotely and is available by calling 360-877-9350.

Port Commission meetings have been suspended through the duration of the stay-at-home order. Regularly scheduled Port Commission meetings and work sessions have been suspended until the stay-at-home order has ended. Port Commissioners will only convene when business operations require a Commission decision.  Any necessary meetings will be conducted via ZOOM or Conference call Meetings to adhere to the required social distancing guidelines.   Public meetings and access to public meetings will be posted online and notices will be posted on the port office window.


Due to COVID-19, Regular Public Commission Meetings have been suspended until further notice.  Any future meetings of the Commission will be in compliance with the Governor’s proclamation.  

Please refer to link: Governor Proclamation 20-28


The Port of Hoodsport is a municipal corporation governed by three elected commissioners who set policies and objectives representing a district within Mason county and serve a 5-year term. The commissioners appoint the Port’s executive director, who is responsible for the ongoing management of the Port’s enterprises and facilities.
All regular port commission meeting minutes are available on the Ports website.  The public is invited to give public testimony and comment on items of interest to the public at monthly meetings in the winter months and bi monthly meeting during the spring/summer/fall.  The meetings are open to the public, where public comment is taken.