Will There Be A Second 11:15 Sailing?
"That’s a question that is asked a lot...the Ferry Committee...informed Public Works that ferry riders have no way of knowing if there will be a second 11:15  run because the only notification is posted at the ferry docks. The Ferry Committee suggested a method for notifying folks who may not be at the terminals to read the signs and the ferry crew had recommended that we put a 'no double sign' in view of the webcam...A green triangle-shaped sign that reads, “2 SAILINGS 11:15 AM RUN” means there will be a double run. A red triangle-shaped sign that reads “1 SAILING 11:15 AM RUN” means there will not be a double run." - Ferry Manager

Homegrown Community Talent Show
Saturday, October 20, 7 pm, Community Center. Local Talent, Refreshments, Great Raffle Prizes. [Read more]

Cowboy Poet and Singer Dick Warwick Performs
Saturday, November 3, 7 pm, Community Center. Round up your posse, put on your boots and mosey on over. Benefits Community Center. [Read more]

A Citizen's Petition To Deny The BUILD Grant
Glen Veal, a proponent of refitting the current ferry rather than building a new one, encourages those who agree to petition the grant award committee.
[Read more]

Non-Peak Schedule and Fares In Effect
"After September 30, the Ferry Division will no longer accept checks at the ferry terminal... we are moving to an electronic ticketing system that does not incorporate payment by check. Punch cards can be purchased by mail and paid for by check using the online order form. We will continue to accept cash and debit/credit cards at the ferry terminal."

Non-Peak Schedule and FaresNon-Peak Schedule and Fares Brochure

Valley-Centric Commission System Needs Change
The water problems on Guemes demonstrate that the valley-centric, three-commissioner system does not adequately represent western areas of the county with their marine environments and resources. These western areas need local representation, which can be attained under a new charter with five or seven council persons. [Read more]

Remembering Shirley Gladish

Remembering Mary Mittelstaedt

Shellfish Harvest Closure Due To Red Tide
Elevated levels of Paralytic Shellfish Toxin (Red Tide) have now been found in several recreational harvest locations throughout Skagit County. Due to these levels, the Washington State Department of Health has now closed the following locations to recreational shellfish harvesting: Samish Bay, Padilla Bay, Fidalgo Bay, Guemes Channel south to Rosario Head, including all of Guemes, Burrows and Allan islands.

Deer Hunting Season Opens
Archery - September 1-28, Muzzleloader - September 29-October 7, Modern Firearm - October 13-31 with second openings and Special Permit days. [Read more]

Wayback: We reserved the domain name LineTime.org in December 2002 and started LineTime early 2003. This was the home page in July 2003. [Read more]

Guemes Island Property Sales  LAST SALE: 10.14.18

From Our Island Organizations

Guemes Island Ferry Committee

Saturday, November 17, 2018
2:00 PM


Sunday, October 21, 2018
12:15 PM
Sunday, October 28, 2018
12:15 PM
Saturday, November 3, 2018
9:00 AM