John Wayne Marina Phase IV RFI Process
Questionnaire on RFI Responses
Thank you for your interest in John Wayne Marina! The purpose of this questionnaire is to give you an opportunity to provide input on the next phase of our process, as the Port Commission determines the best way to care for the Marina.
The questionnaire will only take you about 10-15 minutes to complete, but before you fill it out, please take a moment to review this background information, and look at the three responses to our RFI:
Request for Information (RFI) Responses:
Thank you again for your interest! Please complete the questionnaire by March 31, 2020.
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Thank you again for your interest!
The Port of Port Angeles began construction of the John Wayne Marina nearly 38 years ago. The marina has developed into a community asset used and appreciated by many. As a smaller marina without significant property surrounding it with supporting businesses generating additional revenue, the financial result has been that the Port has yet to recover the total original construction cost from the net cash flow over the past 38 years.
While the marina infrastructure (docks, pilings, breakwater, parking lots, buildings, etc.) has been well maintained and is in good shape today most of that infrastructure will need to be replaced in the next 15-20 years. Current replacement costs are estimated to be approximately $25 million as verified by an independent engineering study conducted by the City of Sequim.
The Port is concerned about its ability to fund those future expenditures. and began exploring alternative options tto ensure that the marina would continueto be a well-maintained community asset, well into the future.
After gathering public input in 2018, the Port published a Request for Information (RFI) in March of 2019, to explore options for long term government or non-profit ownership, or professional management for the Marina. On December 10, 2019 three groups presented their ideas for consideration: the City of Sequim, Marsh Anderson LLC, and Safe Harbor.
The Port Commission is actively seeking community and stakeholder input, and anyone with an interest in the marina is encouraged to complete this questionnaire.