Partners

“Partners” are organizations and groups we are a part of, believe in, promote, and or partner with on community and state efforts , programs or promotions. Partnering focuses range from preservation, restoration, education, economic sustainability, and the over all appreciation, enjoyment and care of our community.

Note to new residents or long time residents looking to volunteer their time with a central Whidbey Non-Profit: Most of the organizations or groups listed on this page have wonderful volunteer opportunities. Contact them directly.

To volunteer with the us – Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association – visit our volunteer page and fill out the form. Volunteer opportunities are varied. Some hard, some easy, most fun!


Washington State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation website | facebook

Washington Main Street Programwebsite

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation website | facebook


Town of Coupeville360-678-4461 – 4 NE Seventh St. – Mailing Address: PO Box 725, Coupeville, WA. 98239 – website


Central Whidbey Hearts and Hammers Mailing address: 7 South Main Street Suite B, Coupeville WA 98239 – Neighbors helping neighbors with an annual “Work Day” to assist neighbors within Coupeville School District who are unable to perform the tasks of home repair due to age, disability, illness and/or financial difficulties. Contact via emailfacebook


Island County Historical Society Archives and Museum – 360-678-3310 – 908 Alexander St. – Open 10am to 4pm daily – Sunday’s 11am to 4pm.  Executive Director: Rick Castellano. – Janet Enzmann Archives and Educational Resource Center available to students, scholars, writers, and those interested in researching local and regional history. By appointment. 360-678-3310 website | facebook 


Penn Cove Water Festival – The Mission of the Penn Cove Water Festival Association is to continue an annual revival of the historic Coupeville Water Festival by bringing families together to enjoy Native American canoe racing, entertainment, crafts and culture, and by giving them a chance to learn about, appreciate, and protect the environment in which we all live. Contact via emailwebsite | facebook


Coupeville Chamber of Commerce905 Alexander St. – 360-678-5434 -905 Alexander St. – Open daily Mailing Address: PO Box 152, Coupeville, WA. 98239 websitefacebook Mission: To actively promote business in our unique community. Full service visitors center with maps, local business resources, passport stamping, and more.


Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation – Flagship SUVAPO Box 532, Coupeville, WA. 98239 – All volunteer organization intended to preserve and educate on Coupeville’s extensive maritime history. Flagship schooner SUVA, built for Coupeville resident Frank Pratt in 1925 was returned to Coupeville in 2015 through the creation and efforts of the Coupeville Maritime Heritage foundation.  Educational, vocational, recreational and ambassadorial activities and experiences. SUVA is available for charters and celebration/event rental. websitefacebook


Coupeville Festival Association – To promote quality handcrafts and the arts, ensure cultural enrichment, beautify and preserve the unique historical qualities of the Coupeville Community. website | facebook | instagram


Lions Clubs – Coupeville Lions  – Central Whidbey Lions


Port of Coupeville – 360-222-3151 – Mailing Address: P.O. Box 128, Greenbank, WA 98253-0130 – Executive Director: Chris Michalopoulos. websitefacebook

Coupeville Wharf: Harbor Master 360-678-6379 – Channel 68. Docking, Gas and Moorage


Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve – Ebey’s Reserve Trust Board 360-678-6084 websitefacebook

  • Historic downtown Coupeville is part of the Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve. Created in 1978 by the United States National Park Service, Ebey’s is the first ever national historical reserve of its kind in America. Spanning 17,572 acres (413 federal fee; 2,023 federal scenic easement) around Penn Cove and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca on Central Whidbey the reserve’s purpose is to preserve, protect, and interpret the reserve’s nationally significant historic, natural, cultural, scenic, and recreational resources. The landing and reserve contain walking paths, a long beach front, penn cove, and much more. YOU can be bolster up and support the reserve through donation to and volunteering with the Friends of Ebey’s (see below).
Ebey’s Landing PRESERVATION PRINCIPLES and history 
United States Library of Congress Historic American Buildings Survey Images

Friends of Ebey’s360-678-6633 – 162 Cemetary Rd. Mailing address: PO Box 958, Coupeville, WA. 98239 Mission: The Friends of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, in partnership with the Trust Board and the National Park Service, enriches Reserve programs through private support – safeguarding the unbroken historical record, and building a tradition of community stewardship. websitefacebook