A message to our neighbors in Tulalip:
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
The Hat Island Community Association sends our condolences on the tragic loss of your Tribal Officer, Charlie Cortez, in the line of duty. The loss of a member of any community is heartbreaking but especially so for someone that has dedicated his young life to serving and protecting your citizens. The Tulalip Tribe has always responded to help when needed from our small community here on Hat Island and our relationship with the Tulalip Tribes runs deep. Please note that we have had you all in our hearts and minds and will continue to do so as you grieve the loss of your son. In honor of Officer Cortez, we have received permission from the Governor’s Office of International Relations and Protocol to lower our flag to half mast through the end of November.
Kimberli Gleason, Island Manager
The Hat Island Board of Trustees
And the entire community of the Hat Island Community Association
Hat Island Online Exhibit and Timeline
Make sure to check out the work of our Summer Intern, Laynie Moran: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Icou_b_u1USeb3TFeVKnY4EYaAzmo-iZ/view?usp=sharing
Masks on the Ferry
Masks continue to be required on the ferry. Please note that this means the entire trip. Ferry crew will remind you if they see you remove your mask. If they have to ask you repeatedly to keep your mask on you may be fined or perhaps suspended from riding the ferry. Hat Island has many residents that fall into the high-risk category for Covid-19. We are not willing to put them at risk, the crew at risk and for that matter any of our owners at risk. We know that we are all weary of COVID-19. However, as long as these restrictions are in place, we will be enforcing them
Just a few reminders where the island stands regarding restrictions due to COVID-19.
- Only owners and their families can currently ride the ferry.
- No guest boats in the marina.
- The public restrooms are closed.
- The playground is currently closed.
2020 Hat Express Proposed Rates
Single Passage Rates
Adult Passenger $9.00
Youth Passenger (7-18) $5.00
Child (0-6) $2.00
Pet (in a carrier) $3.00
Pet (not in a carrier) $6.00
Adult Commuter Fare Books $180
Youth 7-18 Commuter Fare Books $100
Child (to 6 years) Commuter Fare Books $40
Cage Pet Commuter Fare Books $60
Un-Caged Pet Commuter Fare Books $120
Hat Island, WE CAN DO THIS!
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!
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