Do you have a complaint about Stevens Pass Ski Resort…Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson wants to hear from you. King5 reports Ferguson’s office has received over 80 complaints about the ski resort within the last two months and has invited anyone who has been impacted or has information to file one as well.
“My office has received more than 80 complaints about the Stevens Pass Ski Resort in the past two months. This is a significant number of complaints in a short period of time. If you have been impacted, or have information, I’m asking that you file a complaint with my office.”-BF
— Washington State Attorney General (@AGOWA) January 19, 2022
Stevens Pass has been under the microscope in recent months after an online petition calling for the owner of the resort to be held accountable secured 40K+ signatures. The petition claims the resort was mismanaged and employees were underpaid, contributing to staffing shortages and terrain closures over 60% of the mountain. The petition calls for a 60% refund to pass holders to make up for the closed terrain.
Stevens Passed hired Tom Fortune as an interim general manager to help support “operational changes” according to the resort. Fortune is actively addressing the evolving situation but acknowledges changes will not come overnight. In the meantime, if you want to formally file a complaint with the Attorney General you can find everything you need HERE.