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  1. Request for Proposals Port Angeles Wayfinding Plan Update

    The City of Port Angeles is inviting qualified agencies to participate in an exciting opportunity to submit a proposal to update its current wayfinding system. Read on...
  2. City Seeking Applicants for the Parks, Recreation & Beautification Commission

    The City of Port Angeles is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Parks, Recreation & Beautification Commission (ONE MEMBER NEEDED). Read on...
  3. Special Meeting Notice - Civil Service Commission

    Notice is hereby given that the Civil Service Commission will hold a meeting on Thursday, August 17, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. Read on...
  4. Special Meeting Canceled

    Notice is hereby given that the special meeting of the Port Angeles City Council scheduled for Tuesday, August 15, 2017, at 5:00 p.m., has been canceled. The regular City Council meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
  5. Credit Card Payment Services Now Available

    The City continues to investigate a possible data breach. As a precaution, credit and debit card payment services have been shut down during the investigation. The City is now able to accept credit cards at the customer service counter in City Hall. Read on...
  6. FAQs on Propostion No. 1, Change in City's Form of Government

    Proposition No. 1, which will come before voters on the General Election ballot, concerns a change in the City’s form of government. The City is providing a fact sheet intended to help citizens understand a change from code city to second class city. Read on...
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Community Spotlight

  1. Explore Port Angeles
    Get the ins and outs of Port Angeles and the surrounding Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park at https://visitportangeles.com/.
    Follow the "331 Things To Do" recommendations to plan your play and stay in PA.
  2. Open Budget, Books & Payroll
    The open data platforms allow ease of access into the City’s budget and spending process to promote citizen involvement and understanding. The City’s budgeted and spent funds can be accessed in an easy to understand format with current information designed to bridge the gap between government and its citizens. To start perusing the open data choose one of the links below: