Contribute To The Margie Fire Fund
Fire destroyed her two car garage and all its contents. She lost  much of her stored furniture, a dryer, two refrigerators, a freezer and shelves with a large amounts of food and baby supplies. Margie needs cash to replenish her depleted inventory, help in developing a storage place and volunteers who can help with care for the babies occasionally... [Read more]


Woman Found Dead On Agate Beach
[UPDATE 1.4.17]
"She was identified by her family as [Sally Ann Stavig] a 76 year old Anacortes woman. She previously had family that lived on Guemes Island.  There is nothing suspicious about her death."

"Deputies found a white female approximately 65 to 75 years old.  She is approximately 5’5”, 140 to 145 lbs, with reddish brown dye over graying hair....and is requesting assistance from the public in identifying any possible missing persons fitting that description..."  [Read more]

Remembering Sally Ann Stavig
"Sally passed away on...Guemes Island, a place that was near and dear to her heart." [Read more]


Native Plant Sale
This year GIPAC volunteers would like to make native trees, shrubs, and ground covers...available to you in bulk quantities at reasonable prices...orders must be received by January 25, 2017. [Read more]


Electric Ferry Still Under Consideration
Skagit Valley Herald
reports "County officials met Friday morning with a representative of Siemens for an update on the prospects of purchasing the first all-electric car ferry in the United States." Plus, the 2017 County budget includes "design investments toward replacement of the Guemes Island Ferry, possibly by an all-electric vessel."


Guemes Ferry 2017 Haul-Out Dates Set
The haul-out dates for the M/V Guemes will be February 28 through March 28, 2017.  More information will be published soon. -Captain Rachel Rowe


Skagit County Notices of Development Application   12.23.16


Guemes Island Property Sales  LAST SALE: 12.7.16

From Our Island Organizations

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Thursday, January 26, 2017
11:30 AM
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
5:45 PM
Thursday, February 2, 2017
11:30 AM
Thursday, February 9, 2017
11:30 AM
"Come check out the improvements at the Peach Preserve. There is now a safe, all-season crossing through the wetland to the beach (Thanks Jim and Lu for your expertise and work on this). Plus there is new signage and gravel on the parking area. All brought to you by the San Juan Preservation Trust." - Dean Dougherty