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  1. A special meeting of the Utility Advisory Committee is scheduled for January 30th.

    The meeting will be a training session for new members. Read on...
  2. City Council Special Meeting to be held January 22

    The Port Angeles City Council will hold a special meeting on Monday, January 22, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Read on...
  3. City Seeking Applicants for the Planning Commission

    The City of Port Angeles is accepting applications to fill vacancies on the Planning Commission (2 Members Needed) Read on...
  4. Parks, Recreation & Beautification Commission Seeks Members

    2 Members & 1 Student Member Needed Read on...
  5. City Seeking Applicants-Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC)

  6. City temporarily expands customer service hours

    Beginning on December 1st, the City will expand its customer service hours in order to allow additional time for customers to make in-person payments at City Hall. Read on...
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Community Spotlight

  1. Online Payment Options Now Available

    The City of Port Angeles is happy to announce that customers can once again make utility bill and permit payments online. Additionally, the City has implemented a new, easy-to-use automated system that allows customers to pay by phone.

    To Make Utility Bill Payments
    Online: Click here.
    Over the phone: 844-446-6249

    To Pay for Permits

    Online: Click here.
    Over the phone: 844-446-6488

    Both online and phone payment options are powered by a third party vendor that specializes in secure, electronic payment solutions and accepts:

    • Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, and Discover
    • Debit Cards: Visa and MasterCard
    • Electronic Checks (echecks)

    If you have questions about how to use any of these options, please contact the City’s Customer Service Department at 360-457-0411, or by email at utilities@cityofpa.us.

  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: