We are your Vehicle & Vessel licensing superstore!!

Providing exceptional service and great hours.
Serving all of Puget Sound.

We do not process Driver’s Licenses in our office. Please click here for Driver’s License office locations.

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Simply step forward and press the Internet Pickup Button!
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Hours

Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm
First Saturday of the Month 9am - 4pm

We are a Quick Title Office
(Some limitations apply)

America The Beautiful - The National Parks Pass is available at our office!!!

Under "Our Services" click Recreation Passes for more information.

**Important** As of July 1st, 2019 we will no longer offer Notary Services.
We apologize for any inconvenience, please click here for a list of available local notaries.

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Renew your tabs online and pick them up from us!

Make sure to choose Canyon Park Licensing when asked to select where you would like to pick up your tabs.

Your tabs are ready the same day, excluding weekends and holidays

If you choose Pick Up please bring the following with you when you come to our office:

  • Please bring your receipt from your online transaction
  • Payment in form of Cash, Check or Credit Card (credit/debit fees apply)
  • Photo ID

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If you choose Mail Out:

  • Your tabs will be mailed out via USPS within 24 hours, excluding weekends and Holidays

Tab Renewals, Registrations & Plates

* Important: We can only accept a check drawn from the account of the registered owner.
* We can only sell tabs to the Registered or Legal Owners of a vehicle. If you are coming in to purchase tabs for a friend, or a vehicle that is not in your name or registered to your address, we will require a note from the Registered or Legal owner of the vehicle authorizing you to do so.

New to Washington State? – Vehicle Licensing General Information
  • First, you must get your Washington (WA) driver license, then register your vehicle(s). You have 30 days to do this after you’ve moved here.
  • There are separate offices for driver licensing and vehicle licensing. You won’t be able to get your license and register your vehicle at the same place.  Click here for more information including locations and hours of operation.
  • In order to register your vehicle in WA you will need to bring the following into our office:
  • Your current title and registration. If a lienholder holds the title you may need either a faxed copy (which we can request from the lienholder on your behalf), or the original title.
  • Emissions test certificate, if required
  • Current mileage on an odometer disclosure statement if vehicle is less than 10 years old. (We have disclosure statements available in our office)
  • Everyone’s situation is different. Please call or come into our office to find out what your fees will be and exactly what you need to do. Click here for more information.

 

Car, Truck & Trailer Tab Renewals:

When you come in to our office to renew your tabs you will need to have:

  • Either your reminder notice sent to you by the Department of Licensing, your most current registration or your license plate number.
  • Completed an emissions test if necessary. (Result should be in the our system immediately after your test- if your vehicle failed emissions a test waiver form is required. Click here for more information)
  • Your picture identification.
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

 

Vessel Tab Renewals:

When you come in to our office to renew your vessel you will need to have:

  • Either your reminder notice sent to you by the Department of Licensing, your most current registration or your WN number.
  • Your picture identification.
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

Click here for a link to Boater Resources

Not receiving renewal reminders?

Click below to sign up for email reminders or to check your mailing address.

New Plates:

As of January 1st, 2015 you are no longer required to replace license plates every seven years.

Instead, when a vehicle changes ownership, the new owner will need to replace the plates.

There are exceptions – Plates don’t need to be replaced if:

  • You’re removing a deceased spouse or domestic partner.
  • The vehicle is transferred:
    • Between spouse or domestic partner.
    • By gift or inheritance to the owner’s immediate family.
    • Into or out of a trust in which the registered owner or their immediate family are the beneficiary of the trust.

Lost or Stolen Plates:

If your license plates are stolen or one has fallen off, you can come into our office and we can replace them with a  new plate(s). The registered owner will need to bring the following:

  • Picture Identification
  • The License plate or VIN number to the vehicle.
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

*We will have you sign an affidavit of loss in our office.

Standard replacement plate cost:

  • $37.25 Cars/Motorhomes
  • $36.50 Trucks
  • $19.25 Motorcycles
  • $25.25 Trailers and $13.75 Off-road vehicles

Lost or Stolen Tabs/Registration Certificate:

If your license tabs or registration certification have been lost or stolen they can also easily be replaced. The registered owner will need to bring the following:

  • Picture Identification
  • The License plate or VIN number to the vehicle.
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

*We will have you sign an affidavit of loss in our office.

Replacement Tabs cost:

  • $13.75 Vehicles/Trailers
  • $13.00 Trucks
  • $14.50 Vessels

Replacement Registrations cost:

  •  $14.50 Vehicles and Vessels
  •  $13.75 Trucks / Trailers

(Vehicles, vessels & trailers must be currently registered and not expired)

Purchasing Personalized and Specialty Plates

Personalize your license plates and/or get plates with a special background design.

Click on the license plate links below for more information including required fees.

Click on the bottom link for the application.

*Please note – We cannot process personalized plates in our office. We can only process special background plates without personalization.

 

For personalized plates with or without a special background you have the option to:

1) Mail it in with a check to the address provided on the application

Special Plate Unit, Department of Licensing

PO Box 9909 Olympia, WA 98507-8500

or

2) Take your application and fees to King County Records and Licensing Services and they are able to process them while you wait.

They are located at :

500 Fourth Ave Ste 401
Seattle, WA 98104-2393
Phone: 206.477.4000

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Dealer and Lender Services

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Service is not an empty promise with us… it is what we always deliver!

You promise your customers fast, efficient service to keep them coming back and we partner with you to always make that happen.

  • Many agents promise fast, accurate service, but do they actually deliver on their promises? We always do and have references to stand behind our claim! We will proudly provide them upon request.
  • Our experienced Dealer Team produces exceptionally accurate work. We proofread your title work to assure that all attached documents match the deals submitted and are completed properly.
  • Many agents promise to help you out in an emergency but do they? We do! You can fax or email us the paperwork and with our morning and afternoon deliveries offered in your area, we get to you quickly to meet those needs. If necessary we will send out a separate runner just for you!!
  • How quickly do you get your licensing picked up and delivered back? We GUARANTEE ONE DAY TURN AROUND for completion of your routine licensing. Simply call us for a pick up and we will deliver your work back to you the next business day around the same time (not including weekends or Holidays). We work with each Dealer individually to set up a schedule to meet their needs.
  • Many agents promise dedicated phone lines so your calls are always answered promptly, but can you get through when you need them? You can with us! Canyon Park Licensing has three inside phone lines not available to the public and six dedicated Dealer Team members to assure that your calls are always answered promptly and your work is processed quickly.
  • We have a networked fleet of delivery drivers in the Greater Puget Sound area picking up and delivering Monday through Friday! Monitoring our fleet results in faster response times and improved customer service. Our drivers cover the north from the Everett/Lynnwood area to the entire Eastside, Seattle and as far South as Renton, Kent, and Fife.
  • Are you out of our area? No Problem! Simply give us a call at (425) 481-7113 and we can set you up with service by mail, or we can use your FedEx, Airborne, or UPS account. We process your completed work the same day we receive it. It’s Fast & Easy!
  • With over 60 years combined licensing experience, and a knowledgeable Dealer Team with excellent relationships with Department of Licensing, Dealer Investigators, Department of Revenue, Department of Ecology and The Washington State Auto Dealers Association, we are extremely quick and effective in solving in state and out of state issues for you!

For Lenders – We can help you solve your complex in-state and out-of-state title problems and also help you with:

  • Title Transfers
  • Quick Titles
  • Lease Buyouts
  • Adding, Changing, or Deleting a registered or legal owner
  • Duplicate Registrations
  • Replacement Plates
  • Replacement Tabs
  • Name Changes
  • Permits

We also provide:

  • Free on-site training for Title Clerks and F & I staff! We custom tailor training to meet your needs and save you time and money.
  • Same day delivery
  • Overnight shipping
  • 45- Day calendars- We have especially designed 45-Day Calendars for our Dealers! Exclusively designed by Canyon Park Licensing we provide you a 45-Day Calendar that also includes 20 day indications to make it easy to control both temp and lender deadlines.
  • Regular licensing issue updates
  • Complimentary copies of all your transactions

 

We extend to you a personal invitation to bring our services to your company.

Getting started is easy, simply give us a call or fax us and we will supply you with our inside Dealer line when we start service!

Title Transfers & Reports of Sale

Car, Truck & Trailer Title Transfers:

When you come in to our office to transfer a title for a vehicle you will be required to have:

  • Your picture identification (All owners who wish to be registered on the new title MUST be present and have picture ID)
  • The vehicle’s original title appropriately signed off by the registered and legal owners.
  • Also accepted if the title is lost is an “Affidavit of Loss of Title and Release of Interest” (which requires notarized signatures) or an “Affidavit in Lieu of Title” in which we print and certify right in our office for the seller to give to the buyer. Applicable for current titled Washington vehicles only. Affidavit in Lieu of Titles cost $15.00
  • An Odometer disclosure statement completed by both buyer and seller, if the vehicle is 10 years or newer
  • The sale price either shown on title or on an accompanying Bill of Sale or Bill of Gift
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

Important Notes:

There is a PENALTY if the new owner does not change the title into their name within 15 calendar days from the date of purchase.
The penalty is $50 on the 16th day plus $2 for each day thereafter up to a maximum fine of $125. So come in and do it soon!

Vessel Title Transfers:

When you come in to our office to transfer a title for a vessel you will be required to have:

  • Your picture identification (All owners who wish to be registered on the new title MUST be present and have picture ID)
  • The vessel’s original title appropriately signed off by the registered and legal owners.
  • Also accepted if the title is lost is an “Affidavit of Loss of Title and Release of Interest” (which requires notarized signatures) or an “Affidavit in Lieu of Title” in which we print and notarize right in our office for the seller to give to the buyer. Applicable for current titled Washington vehicles only.
  • The sale price either shown on title or on an accompanying Bill of Sale or Bill of Gift
  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees apply).

Click here for a printable Vehicle / Vessel title transfer checklist.

Reports of Sale

You need to file a report of sale when you sell, donate or give up ownership of a vehicle (cars, trucks, motorcycles, motorhomes, registered off-road vehicles, travel trailers, boat trailers, etc.)

Filing will protect you from being held liable for towing charges or civil and criminal liabilities incurred by the new owner. The new owner must transfer the ownership into their name.

Vehicle & Trailers Reports of sale are $13.25 and can be filed either online or in our office.

Vessel Reports of Sale are free and can either be filed online or mailed in.

Click here for more information on what to do after selling your vehicle.

Click here for more information on what to do after selling your vessel.

Replacing a title

Lost your title? Need a replacement? We are here to help.

  • You can replace your title if it gets lost or damaged, fees vary.
  • If you’re still making payments, the lienholder must apply for the title.

How to replace a title

  • Complete an Affidavit of Loss form. (Click here to open a blank form)
  • Have all of the registered owners sign the form and have it notarized. Alternatively you can sign in person in our office and we can certify it
  • Mail or bring the completed form and fee to Canyon Park Licensing.
  • Your replacement title will be mailed to you within 6-8 weeks.

**If you need it sooner, apply for a Quick Title. See below for details.**

Vehicle and trailer replacement titles cost $35.50.
Vessel replacement titles cost $25.50

Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees may apply).

Quick Titles

Canyon Park Licensing is a Quick Title office, one of the first in the State of Washington!

Quick Titles are certificates of ownership for vehicles or boats that you receive immediately (vs. 6-8 weeks for a standard mailed title).

Available at our office everyday during open hours

Quick Titles are not available for:

  • Vehicles and Vessels with out of state titles.
  • Snowmobiles (Snowmobiles do not have titles).
  • Vehicles and Vessels reported as stolen.
  • Insurance or wrecker destroyed Vehicles and Vessels.
  • Vehicles with a ”WA rebuilt“ brand on the title.

Vehicle and trailer Quick titles cost $85.50.

Vessels cost $71.75 plus a $15 service fee.

Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees may apply).

Fishing and Hunting Licenses

Please come in to our office for all of your Hunting and Fishing Licensing needs. Duck stamps are also available at our office. Bring your picture ID + Social Security Number and we’ll get you all set up.

  • Cash, Personal Check, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees do not apply).

 

For detailed information on licenses and fees please follow the link below:
Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife Website

 

Latest news and rule changes from the WDFW :

OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet in Olympia April 18-20 for committee meetings and to discuss cougar rule making, potentially adopt a policy regarding best available science, and hear the annual wolf report describing the 2023 population estimate and summarizing wolf-livestock interactions. The meeting will be held at the Natural Resources Building in Olympia and will also be live streamed online

The meeting begins Thurs., April 18 with committee meetings. The Fish Committee will discuss a non-native game fish policy, give updates on North of Falcon salmon-season setting process, and discuss Fish Program’s budget. The Habitat Committee is scheduled to hear an update on the Springwood Ranch in Kittitas County. The Big Tent Committee will discuss the draft Conservation Policy, managing public comments, and the final draft of the best available science policy.

Friday’s agenda begins with an open public input opportunity followed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) director’s report. After a briefing from WDFW staff and public comment, the Commission will decide on a proposed land acquisition for Springwood Ranch in Kittitas County as part of the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan. A large portion of the proposed acquisition could be managed as an off-channel reservoir to capture and hold water early in the year and release it in spring to coincide with juvenile salmon and steelhead migration to improve their survival.

The Commission will hear a briefing and decide on a proposed timber sale as part of a forest restoration project at the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area in Thurston County. In the afternoon, the Commission will hear a briefing on managing public comments and make a decision on proposed rule making changes related to hydraulic project approval for dock flotation. 

The Commission will also hear a public petition on the use of decoys and calls for hunting waterfowl, turkey, snow geese, Ross’s geese, and deer. The Commission will conclude Friday with a discussion about which elements to include in a draft rule and submit for public comment on cougar hunting seasons.

The Commission reconvenes Sat., April 20 with another open public input opportunity. Then, the Commission will decide on the Best Available Science Policy. The Commission will receive a briefing on the annual gray wolf report which relays the latest population estimate and summarizes wolf-livestock interactions in 2023. The Commission will have a meeting debrief and discuss future meeting planning before moving to executive session at the end of the day’s agenda. 

Those interested in providing verbal public comment during the meeting, either in-person in Olympia or remotely via webinar or phone, need to register in advance. All members of the public are invited to share their perspectives and participate in WDFW public feedback opportunities regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, language proficiency, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, or basis of disability. 

The full meeting agenda, including information about submitting public comment and accessing the hybrid meeting online or by phone, is available on the WDFW website. The meeting will be recorded and published on the Commission webpage so the public can watch afterward at their convenience. 

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is a panel appointed by the governor that sets policy for the WDFW. WDFW works to preserve, protect, and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities. 

SEATTLE – Anglers in Washington can expect similar salmon fishing opportunities in 2024-2025 compared to last season, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fishery managers announced today. 

The 2024-25 salmon fishing seasons, cooperatively developed by WDFW and treaty tribes, were tentatively set Thursday at the week-long Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) meeting held in Seattle.

“These salmon fishing seasons were crafted carefully to ensure conservation goals are achieved for salmon populations, especially those listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA),” said WDFW Director Kelly Susewind. “We’ve worked carefully with treaty tribes to ensure there will be sustainable salmon fisheries and developed a fair number of fishing opportunities in Washington while protecting weaker salmon stocks.”

Continued low returns of some key Puget Sound Chinook salmon stocks are expected to limit some salmon fisheries in the upcoming season. They include the Nooksack, Skagit, Snohomish, and Stillaguamish rivers.

Negotiations between WDFW and tribes this year were guided in part by the Puget Sound Harvest Management Plan, which is expected to provide long-term fishery guidance for Puget Sound. In February of 2023, the National Marine Fisheries Service found that the plan was sufficient to proceed with a formal review.

“This year we had to make difficult decisions because of the limiting numbers of Quillayute coho, Nooksack spring Chinook, Stillaguamish Chinook, Snohomish Chinook, and Skagit summer/fall Chinook,” said Ed Johnstone, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission chairman. “Warming temperatures in oceans and natal streams are also an increasing threat to salmon populations. We know harvest management alone won’t recover salmon—we also have to restore habitat and continue to focus on hatchery production. We need more active partners, including our Canadian counterparts, to work together to ensure Washington’s salmon are here for the next seven generations.”

Season recommendations now move forward for approval by the National Marine Fisheries Service and final rule making, including additional opportunity for public comment and consideration of those comments.

Puget Sound

“Low abundance of several Puget Sound Chinook stocks continues to limit fisheries this year,” said Kyle Adicks, intergovernmental salmon manager with WDFW. “We work with the public every year to plan fisheries that meet all of our conservation objectives while providing fishing opportunity for marine and freshwater anglers.”

WDFW fishery managers aligned several Puget Sound marine area summer Chinook fisheries to begin on the same date to spread out fishing pressure. In Marine Area 7 (San Juan Islands), Marine Area 9 (Admiralty Inlet), Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton Area), and Marine Area 11 (Tacoma-Vashon Island), the hatchery Chinook fishery is open Thursdays to Saturdays only beginning July 18 with area-specific catch guidelines. Marine Area 11 is open Wednesdays to Saturdays only from June 5-30 with area-specific catch guidelines.

In Marine Area 5 (Sekiu and Pillar Point) and Marine Area 6 (East Strait of Juan de Fuca) opens daily beginning July 1 for hatchery summer Chinook with specific catch quotas. In all marine area summer fisheries, WDFW will analyze the weekly fishery data collected via test fishing and creel sampling throughout the season.

For coho, the Puget Sound hatchery and wild forecasts have generally seen improvements in recent years to provide additional opportunities. In Marine Area 5 (Sekiu and Pillar Point) and Marine Area 6 (East Juan de Fuca Strait), coho fishing remains open during August and September with non-selective opportunities beginning Sept. 27 to Oct. 15 with an increased daily limit of two coho. In Marine Area 7 (San Juan Islands), hatchery coho is open during the July Chinook fishery and starting seven days a week in August. Non-selective coho opportunity runs from Sept. 1-29 with a daily limit increase of two coho.

The overall Puget Sound chum salmon population has seen an improvement compared to the past couple of years. WDFW has Puget Sound chum salmon recreational fishing opportunities in Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton Areas) and Marine Area 11 (Tacoma-Vashon Island) from Oct. 1 through Nov. 15. Any proposed chum fishing in Marine Area 13 (South Puget Sound) will be based on in-season management.

The 2024 sockeye forecast for the Baker River is 56,750 – more than 65,000 returned in 2023 – and the harvest split on sockeye for Baker Lake and the Skagit River is 75/25 percent respectively. The Skagit River from Mount Vernon Memorial Highway Bridge to the Dalles Bridge at Concrete opens for sockeye June 16 through July 15 with a four sockeye only daily limit. Baker Lake is open July 6 through Aug. 31 with a four-sockeye daily limit. Fishing opens July 6 regardless of the number of sockeye present in the lake.

Coastal fisheries

The ocean salmon fisheries reflect forecasts for Columbia River Chinook that are similar to 2023. The number of hatchery coho expected to return to the Columbia River is lower than 2023 but should provide good opportunities. WDFW fishery managers agreed during this week’s PFMC meeting to recreational ocean quotas of 41,000 Chinook and 79,800 marked coho.

Marine Area 4 (Neah Bay)Marine Area 3 (La Push), and Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) will open for salmon retention beginning June 22. Marine Area 2 (Westport-Ocean Shores) opens June 30-July 11 on Sundays through Thursdays only, and then open daily beginning July 14. Marine Areas 2, 3, and 4 are scheduled to remain open until Sept. 15 or until quotas are met. Marine Area 1 is scheduled to remain open until Sept. 30 or until quotas are met. Species and size restrictions are dependent on the area.

Columbia River

Summer Chinook salmon fisheries on the Columbia River are expected to have fewer retention opportunities than 2023, with fishing planned to be open June 16-19 from the Astoria-Megler Bridge to Bonneville Dam. Bonneville Dam to Priest Rapids Dam will open June 16-30, and closed to retention thereafter. Sockeye retention is expected to be allowed in the daily salmonid bag limit from June 16-July 31 for waters downstream of Highway 395 Bridge in Pasco.

Fall fisheries from Buoy 10 to the Highway 395 Bridge in Pasco are planned for an Aug. 1 opener, with different dates by area for Chinook and coho. This includes steelhead restrictions throughout the river. The coho run size is expected to be lower than in recent years but should provide similar fishing opportunities. The Chinook run size is less than last year's return but is still expected to provide good fishing opportunities.

The 2024 Columbia River sockeye forecast of 401,700 is up 16% over the recent 10-year average. The Okanogan River sockeye forecast of 288,700 is up from 187,400 and an actual return of 179,655 in 2023.

The Lake Wenatchee sockeye salmon forecast is 97,000 up from a 44,300 forecast in 2023 and the actual return was 146,875. The management objective is 23,000 sockeye at Tumwater Dam. The lake could provide a late-summer sport fishery if the objective is met.

Additional information

While in-river fisheries are also tentatively set, WDFW fishery managers are concerned over the current low mountain snowpack, which brings the potential for drought conditions, high water temperatures and low water level issues in rivers. These conditions could impact freshwater sport fisheries and salmon migration in late summer and early fall timeframe. Winter flooding also has the potential for impacts on future salmon runs.

As climate change impacts Washington’s watersheds and ecosystems WDFW will monitor impacts and may need to adopt in-season management changes to address these conditions.

For salmon season setting process materials and video presentations from all the meetings, refer to the NOF public meeting webpage. Visit our WDFW North of Falcon FAQs and Glossary Information for helpful key terms and suggested resources. For information about the science behind salmon season-setting in Washington, watch “Sound Management: Conserving Pacific Northwest salmon through cooperation” on the WDFW’s YouTube channel.

Additional details about this year's sport salmon fisheries and the North of Falcon process can be found on WDFW's website. Visit the WDFW webpage to see statewide fishing regulations and download the latest fishing rules pamphlet, and for emergency rule changes that may impact fisheries, go to the WDFW webpage. For information on tribal fisheries, visit the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission website.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife works to preserve, protect, and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities.

OLYMPIA – Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fishery managers announced today to extend winter Chinook salmon fishing in Marine Area 11 (Tacoma-Vashon Island) for two additional days (April 14 and 15). 

“We know our winter fisheries have been dynamic in recent years, so being able to add even a couple days of winter fishing is exciting,” said Dr. Kirsten Simonsen, WDFW’s Puget Sound recreational salmon manager.  

WDFW fishery managers worked with the recreational angling community during the season setting process to determine the preferred dates for the winter fisheries and acknowledged the priority for preserving fishing opportunity as long as possible during the winter fishing season. Marine Area 11 was originally scheduled to be open Wednesdays through Saturdays only from March 1 through April 13, except at year-round piers.  

In Marine Area 11, catch estimates for the winter Chinook fishery through April 7, have reached 69% of the total encounters (818 of 1,191), 67% of the unmarked encounters (174 of 269), and 43% of the sublegal encounters (347 of 816). Based on daily catch rates thus far, this allows space for additional days of fishing to be added to the 2024 winter Chinook season. 

The Marine Area 11 daily limit is two salmon including no more than one Chinook. Anglers must release chum and wild Chinook, and the Chinook minimum size is 22 inches. All other salmon species have no minimum size limit. Commencement Bay (east of a line from Cliff House Restaurant to Sperry Ocean Dock) in Marine Area 11 is closed to salmon fishing. 

Marine Area 5 (Sekiu and Pillar Point) is open daily through April 30 or until the guideline is met. In Marine Area 5, the estimated winter Chinook fishery guideline is at 75% of the sublegal encounters through April 7. WDFW will continuously analyze the fishery data collected via test fishing and creel sampling throughout the season. For weekly updates on the status of fisheries, anglers can view the WDFW’s seasonal Puget Sound salmon fishery guidelines and quotas webpage

Check the Washington Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet and WDFW’s emergency rules webpage and download the Fish Washington mobile app for up-to-date regulations. 

Salmon fisheries are a result of an annual collaborative state and tribal salmon season-setting process known as North of Falcon. The tentative 2024-2025 salmon seasons will be finalized April 11 in Seattle. For the public meeting schedule with opportunities to participate and provide public feedback, visit WDFW’s North of Falcon webpage. Visit the WDFW North of Falcon FAQs and Glossary for key terms and suggested resources. 

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife works to preserve, protect, and perpetuate fish, wildlife and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities. 

Follow the links below to Fishing and Hunting Regulations:

Recreation Passes

Canyon Park Licensing sells all of the popular recreation passes. From the Discover Pass to the America The Beautiful National Parks pass we have you covered.

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The Discover Pass offers you access to millions of acres of state recreation lands in Washington, including:

 

  • More than 100 developed state parks
  • More than 350 primitive recreation sites, including campgrounds and picnic areas
  • Nearly 700 water-access points
  • Nearly 2,000 miles of designated water and land recreation trails
  • More than 80 natural areas
  • More than 30 wildlife areas

 

Annual and one-day passes:

  • Good for one year through the end of month of purchase.
  • Day-use pass  $10 –  Good for the date marked on the pass.

There are two options for purchasing a pass:

  • $30 w/ tab renewal (mailed to your address in 7-10 days)
  • $35 (available immediately, no credit/debit fees charged on cards)

Click here for additional Discover Pass info

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The Annual Northwest Forest Pass

  • Covers most day use fees (except some concessionaire-run sites) on National Forests in Oregon and Washington.
  • If you visit these Forest Service sites often, you would benefit by obtaining the Annual Northwest Forest Pass.
  • $30 / year

National Forest Recreation Day Pass

  • Best for occasional visitors (less than six days / year) at Forest Service operated day use recreations sites in Oregon and Washington.
  • $5 / day

 

For more information please see the USDA Forest Service website

  • Cash, Personal Check, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees do not apply).

We are an authorized reseller of the:

2024 America the Beautiful Annual Parks Pass

The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series

  • Valid for one full year from month of purchase.
  • Your ticket to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites.
  • Each pass covers Entrance Fees or Standard Amenity Fees at sites managed by USDA FS, NPS, USFWS, BLM, USACE and Reclamation.
  • Provides entrance or access to Pass owner and passengers in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle at Federally operated recreation sites across the country.
  • Covers the Pass owner and three (3) adults age 16 and older at sites where per person entrance fees are charged. No entry fee for children 15 and under.
  • Fees vary widely across the thousands of Federal Recreation sites. Please contact specific sites directly for information on what is or is not covered.
  • Photo Identification may be required to verify ownership.
  • Passes are non-refundable, non-transferable, and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.
  • Each pass has one line for a single passholder to print and sign their name.

Annual Pass

  • $80 annual pass – Available at our office.

Also available (not at our location):

  • Free Annual Pass for U.S. Military (Available to current U.S. military members and dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard and also, Reserve and National Guard members)
  • Annual 4th Grade Pass (Free – Available to U.S. 4th graders (including home-schooled and free-choice learners 10 years of age) with a valid Every Kid in a Park paper pass.)
  • Senior Pass – $80 Lifetime Senior Pass or $20 Annual Senior Pass (For U.S. citizens or permanent residents age 62 or over.) There is an additional cost of $10 for passes purchased online or by mail
  • Access Pass (Free – For U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.)
  • Volunteer Pass (Free – For volunteers with 250 service hours with federal agencies that participate in the Interagency Pass Program.)

For more information please see the NPS.gov website.

Please note: The Annual Pass offered at our office is just one of several Pass options available. If you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident age 62 or older, or have a permanent disability, you may qualify for other passes. If you have questions, contact your local Federal recreation site, or visit the webpage Recreaction.gov for more information.

Click here to find the latest National Park Service alerts

Click here for the National Parks Traveler website

  • Cash, Personal Check, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees do not apply).

3 Day Trip Permits & 1 Day Transit Permits

Which one is right for you? You decide!
3-Day Trip Permit

These can be used to drive your vehicle/motorhome or pull your trailer anywhere within the State of Washington for 3 consecutive days. 3-Day Trip Permits are great if you are:

  • Selling a vehicle that has expired tabs and you want potential buyers to drive it.
  • Taking a vehicle with expired tabs to a mechanic.
  • Taking your RV/Motorhome out for a weekender.
  • Pulling your trailer to the dump for your annual garbage run.

There are many more fun uses for 3-Day Trip Permits, the above are of course just a few. The only thing required to bring in order to purchase a 3-Day Trip Permit is your Name, address and payment.

The cost is $33/per permit.

  • Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees may apply).

Please note:

  • Each trip permit is valid for 3 consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use
  • You can get a trip permit for:
    Any 1 vehicle up to 3 times in any 30-day period.
    Any 1 recreational vehicle (RV) up to 2 times in a 1-year period. Recreational vehicles include motor homes, travel trailers, camp trailers, and campers.

* You can’t get a trip permit for non-highway and off-road vehicles, including snowmobiles and ORV use class vehicles. The permits are only for vehicles being used on public highways.

Transit Permit

These cannot be used as liberally as the 3-Day Trip Permit. The Transit Permit is good for two days but is not valid  for general driving, such as going to work or the grocery store. It is only valid for the purpose listed on it at the time it is issued.

  • Take your vehicle to an Emissions Testing Location.
  • Take your vehicle to a State Patrol Inspection Station.

In order to purchase a Transit Permit, you’ll need to know the specific days that you are going to the above locations and bring in either your Title or Registration, Identification and payment.

Cost is $8.00

Cash, Personal Check (in name of registered owner) payable to Department of Licensing or DOL, Debit and Credit cards accepted (Debit and Credit fees may apply).

Disabled Parking

Effective July 1, 2015, a prescription or statement from your health care provider will be required with every new and renewal application.

For more information see law changes for disabled parking privilege

We can renew your Temporary and Permanent permits here! A licensed physician, physician assistant, or registered nurse practitioner must determine if you qualify for disabled parking privileges.

Click here for a list of conditions that qualify. We have also provided links where you can find more information below.

Other Services

You’ve gotta be kidding me? MORE SERVICES???

YES! Canyon Park Licensing also offers the following services to provide “One-Stop Shopping” when you visit us!

  • Fax Services
  • Copy Services

As well as:

  • Hunting/Fishing License Wallets

Cash, Check, Debit and Credit cards accepted (no fees apply)

Our Mission

Canyon Park Licensing
“Where service is more than a promise”

 

Canyon Park Licensing LLC is a sub-agent for the State of Washington Department of Licensing.
By choosing Canyon Park Licensing you are supporting private business in the State of Washington
and we thank you for your business! Our goal is to provide all our customers with the very best
in customer service and assistance in handling all of your licensing needs quickly, accurately and efficiently!

Contact Us

The quickest way to contact us is by phone. Please leave a message if necessary and we will call you back asap.
Canyon Park Licensing
20631 Bothell-Everett Hwy. Suite H
Bothell, WA 98012
Phone: (425)481-7113
Fax: (425) 485-6093

Find Us

Hours
Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm
First Saturday of the Month 9am-4pm

Directions to Canyon Park Licensing:

From I-405 North or South

  • Take exit #26 –  (Rt. 527/ Bothell-Everett Hwy.)
  • Go north on 527/Bothell-Everett Hwy
  • We are located in the Thrashers Corner shopping center – near Safeway

 

Click on the map to the right for detailed directions from your location.

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