Alerts and Notices

LOW SEASON FERRY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT – PLEASE NOTE THERE HAS BEEN A SLIGHT CHANGE IN THE THURSDAY MORNING SCHEDULE
Click here for the Ferry Page with details…

We are on a CASHLESS SYSTEM. Please let your guests know that we will take credit cards or checks on board. Square does not charge CC fees to owners/guests.

THE 2019 ASSESSMENT COUPON BOOKS AND USER FEE INFORMATION WERE MAILED 1/12/2019. IF YOU DON’T GET YOURS IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE.

Always be sure to check these Alerts, the Hat Island Info Facebook Page and Twitter for any updates.

Welcome

Welcome to the Hat Island Community Web Site! This is where you’ll find lots of information about living and vacationing on Hat Island. If you’re just visiting, check out the menu across the top for details on renting and buying Hat Island property, job openings, and how to contact the island manager for more details. If you’re already a resident or property owner, drop down the Member Area menu for topics of interest specifically for you. Hat Island is a hidden gem in the Pacific Northwest – come check us out!

Recent Tweets from the Island Manager

We are no longer doing business with eCondo Services. Please send all payments to HICA, 3616 Colby Ave PMB 335, Everett WA 98201. Please notify your bank if you have automatic Bill Pay or set up ACH.

Notice of Regularly Scheduled Meeting of the Board of Trustees

On January 19th, at the Hat Island Yacht Club, there will be held a regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Hat Island Community Association. The meeting commences... https://t.co/92x9cT9umo

Coupon Books are in the Mail

Next week you should receive a community mailing containing the coupon books together with a letter explaining alternatives for payment and the cost of Island User Fees (such as golf, moorage and ferry tickets). We are... https://t.co/92x9cT9umo

Tomorrow, Monday January 7th the office will be closed due to illness.

Power is out on the island. PUD says they currently have 20,000 without power. They said the outage was on their side and they could not estimate the time to repair.

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