OLYMPIA – Changes to the laws governing special parking privileges for persons with disabilities will take effect July 1 and are aimed at reducing the number of people who abuse disabled parking permits.
Tomorrow (Thursday) is an important day for boat owners in Washington state. Don’t get caught high-and-dry without a boat license. DOL just sent out a news release on this important topic statewide. We thought we’d share it here, too:
OLYMPIA—Boating is a popular activity on the Fourth of July holiday and the Department of Licensing doesn’t want an expired boat license to cost you a $257 fine this weekend. All of last year’s boat licenses will be expired on July 1.
Boat licenses can be renewed online at dol.wa.gov or at a neighborhood vehicle licensing office. Those who choose to renew in an office should make sure to note the registration number on the bow of the boat or watercraft and take that information to the office.
DOL also would like to remind boaters that haven’t yet signed up for email renewal reminders to visit the agency’s website at dol.wa.gov to sign up to receive a reminder next year.