Inspection stations are scheduled to open with COVID-19 precautions in place between June 26 and July 1. As regional travel and tourism restrictions ease, the watercraft inspection team is staffing up, training personnel, and preparing inspection stations to open to boaters coming from neighboring areas and around the western U.S. Precautions being made are intended to protect inspectors, boaters, and local communities from the spread of novel coronavirus. We appreciate everyone’s patience as inspectors prepare the four off-site inspection stations to open under unprecedented circumstances.
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