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  1. Council to Again Consider Plastic Bag Ban on March 20th

    Updates to the proposed ordinance to ban single-use plastic bags are ready for the public to review and make comments. Read on...
  2. Major renovations are planned for 10th Street

    All are invited to attend an open house at the Hamilton Elementary School Library on March 29th from 5 - 7 pm Read on...
  3. Public Hearing on ordinance to ban single-use plastic bags

    On March 6th City Council held a public hearing to receive input on a proposed ordinance to ban single-use plastic bags. There will be a second opportunity for public comment on March 20. Read on...

    Now is a great time to apply compost to improve your soil! You are adding nutrients that will be available to your plants when they begin growing in the spring. Read on...
  5. City Mailing Address - PO Box Closed

    The City no longer has a PO Box. We ask that all mail be sent to 321 East 5th Street. Please note that this could affect any automatic bill pays set up through your banking establishment. Read on...
  6. City Seeking Applicant for the Planning Commission

    The City of Port Angeles is accepting applications to fill one vacancy on the Planning Commission 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. The City has also implemented a new, easy-to-use automated system that allows customers to pay by phone.

    To Pay Your Utility Bill
    Online: Click here.
    Over the phone: 844-446-6249

    To Pay for Permits

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

  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: