Port Angeles, a full-service city, is the activity center of the North Olympic Peninsula and the seat of government for Clallam County. To view full maps, please click on map images.
Olympic Peninsula Map
This map features the entire Olympic Peninsula area.
This shows all of the building zones within the city limits. For more information about building codes and zones, visit the Permit Department.
Interactive GIS Maps
Access interactive mapping of the City of Port Angeles and environs. Maps include layers for property (parcels, short plats, subdivisions, etc), city parks, planimetrics (building footprints, rivers and creeks, contours), planning (zoning, land use, neighborhoods), solid waste collection routes, stormwater, wastewater and water utilities, and area web cams. The map also includes convenient links to area websites including Clallam County, Olympic National Park, and Clallam Transit.
Along the top of the map are the tools needed to interact with the map. These are bookmarks, search, address finder, draw and measure, map contents, export map, information, coordinate finder, street view, swipe or spotlight a layer, weather underground, print, zoom to scale, links, contact us, and help.
City Full Color Map
This map features a close up look at the City of Port Angeles in full color. Street names and the city limit lines are included.
The City of Port Angeles is divided up into different sections or neighborhoods as indicated on this map.
Special Points of Interest
View this map for details on street name and locations of special points of interests.
Landfill & Transfer Station Driving Routes
The landfill / transfer station handles 175 tons of municipal waste per day from both the City of Port Angeles and Clallam County.
This trail follows the waterfront of the Port Angeles harbor and is maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department. This 6.5 section of trail extends from the Coast Guard Station entrance gate on Ediz Hook to east of the old Rayonier mill site before connecting with the Olympic Discovery Trail at Morse Creek.
Built in 1989, City Hall houses of most of the City Departments including the Vern Burton Memorial Community Center and the Police Department.