All misdemeanor and felony crimes in Port Angeles are prosecuted by:
Clallam County Prosecutor's Office
Clallam County Prosecutor's Office website
For complete information about the laws governing the City of Port Angeles, please view the city's Municipal Code, the Revised Code of Washington, and the United States Federal Laws.
Sex Offender Information
The Washington State Sex Offender Information Center provides information to the public concerning the locations of sex offenders within Washington. This information is intended for community safety purposes only. Please visit the Clallam County Sheriff's website to learn more.
The City of Port Angeles does not have an animal control officer. Limited animal control services are available from the:
Olympic Peninsula Humane Society
1743 Old Olympic Hwy
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Patrol officers will continue to respond to late night barking dog complaints and complaints that involve a direct threat to the safety of citizens.
All cats and dogs over the age of six months and within city limits must be licensed. Licenses can be purchased at the front counter of City Hall during regular business hours, or at the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. Proof of rabies vaccination is required for licensing. Cost of licensing:
- Spayed or Neutered Dog Yearly License: $10
- Spayed or Neutered Dog Lifetime License: $75
- Intact Dog Yearly License: $35.00
- Spayed or Neutered Cat Yearly License: $8
- Spayed or Neutered Cat Lifetime License: $60
- Intact Cat Yearly License: $35
All business and residential emergency alarms and alarm systems must be on record with the Port Angeles Police Department. This record provides first-responders (Police, Fire, and Medical) with the information that is necessary for a safe and proper response subsequent to alarm activation.
Please refer to Chapter 9.50 of the Port Angeles Municipal Code for details and for information regarding fees, corrective actions, disconnections and other necessary requirements.
Alarm System Forms