By Phone:Call the Marina office at 360-466-3118 to make a payment. Your credit card information can be securely stored and ready to process when you notify the office, or you can provide your card information over the phone each time.
By Mail: Check payments may be sent to our MAILING address:
La Conner Marina
P.O. Box 1120
La Conner WA 98257
Auto-Pay: Set up an auto-pay through the Marina office, which can securely store and process your credit card information monthly.
Stop By: Visit the staff at the Marina Office and drop off your payment in person. Cash, check, credit and debit are accepted.
To Make a Payment
In Person or by Mail
Port of Skagit
15400 Airport Drive
Burlington, WA 98233
Pay Your Bill Online
Port of Skagit customers and tenants with account numbers may pay their bills online through Xpress Bill Pay. You can set up auto-pay, view your statement online, opt for paperless billing and more on the Xpress Bill Pay system.
The Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners adopts an operating budget and a capital budget on an annual basis. The budget process takes place during the fall months, and members of the public are encouraged to participate.
The Port of Skagit has four primary sources of income: Revenue from leasing buildings and property, moorage operations, property taxes, and grants. In addition, the Port can borrow money by issuing general obligation bonds and revenue bonds. The use of property tax funds is limited to four categories of projects: environmental, community, safety and infrastructure. Tax income is not used to support Port operations.
The Port of Skagit undergoes an annual audit by the Washington State Auditor’s Office. The annual audit takes several weeks to complete in addition to a few weeks of follow-up as the final report is compiled.
This annual procedure includes two sections of review: an accountability audit to review all business matters from the year to ensure the Port is safeguarding public resources and assets; and a financial statement audit to ensure that finances are prepared using appropriate general accounting principles.