City of Port Orchard Continues Services Aligned with Governor’s Phased Plan
Posted on May 12, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Mayor’s Office
May 12, 2020
PORT ORCHARD, WA – Port Orchard city officials today confirmed that while our lobby remains closed due to Governor’s “Stay at Home” order, services continue through virtual channels.
City buildings will remain closed until Phase III of Governor Inslee’s four-phase plan for reopening businesses.
“The reduction in new Covid-19 cases is a positive trend.” said Mayor Rob Putaansuu. “While our lobby will remain closed, we’re doing all we can to keep the City operating.
Until then, utilities may be paid through the City Hall drop box at 216 Prospect Street, or online at CityofPortOrchard.us.
To report a crime to the Port Orchard Police Department, call 9-1-1 or via the department website at http://www.kitsap911.org/online-incident-report/.
Payments to Municipal Court may be made online at www.cityofportorchard.us/citations-and-warrants or over the phone by calling 855-288-2345.
Community Development/Planning/Building: By phone at 360-874-5533 or email [email protected]
Public Works/Engineering: By phone at 360-876-4991 or email [email protected]
City parks are open for residents and guests to enjoy time outdoors with limited restrictions on restrooms and picnic areas.
“I’m proud of how our community has pulled together over the past several weeks,” Putaansuu said. “It demonstrates we can get through anything when we work together. I’m confident we’ll be even stronger as we continue to collaborate well beyond the time when the pandemic passes.”