Ferry passengers, passengers and terminal neighbors are invited to attend one of Washington State Ferries’ next two virtual public meetings to hear updates and ask questions about the ferry system.
“We learned a lot from our community engagement efforts,” said Patty Rubstello, head of Washington State Ferries. “I am excited that we can offer our spring community meetings virtually this year and hope that even more people will be able to participate in the conversation.”
The meetings will take place at 11 am on Tuesday, May 25 and at 6 pm on Wednesday, May 26.
The WSF team will make a brief presentation on service updates, proposed tariff changes and the agency’s ongoing response to COVID-19. Participants will be able to ask questions and provide comments during the meeting. Both meetings will cover the same material and are designed to give participants the option of joining the meeting that best fits their schedule.
Members of the public can attend the meeting from a laptop, desktop or mobile device, but prior registration is required to attend.
Registration for virtual meetings:
• Register online for the 11 am meeting on Tuesday, May 25, at: bit.ly/WSFSpringMeeting1
• Apply online for 18:00. meeting on Wednesday, May 26, at: bit.ly/WSFSpringMeeting2
The day after the meeting, a recording will be available online on the WSF page for those unable to participate.
These public meetings are held in coordination with the Ferry Advisory Committees. The WSF will also hold a special meeting for members of all 13 FACs at 4pm. on Thursday, May 27, to discuss his role in advising the WSF on attendance and schedules. Members of the public are invited to participate and can register by visiting: bit.ly/SpringFACMeeting2021.