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City of Port Orchard Public Facilities Closing Until Further Notice

Posted on March 25, 2020




March 25, 2020

City of Port Orchard Public Facilities Closing Until Further Notice


PORT ORCHARD, WA – Effective Thursday, March 26, 2020, City of Port Orchard facilities will be closing for a minimum of 2 weeks per Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order.

Essential City employees and functions critical to public health and safety will continue to operate such as law enforcement, public works, and water/sewer operations.

City parks and public restrooms will continue to be closed until further notice.

Staff will not be available to answer telephone calls, voicemails or emails while the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is in effect; however, utility payments, reporting a crime and Municipal Court payments can still be submitted as shown below. 

For emergencies or to contact a Police Officer, call 911.


Alternative ways to pay your Utility Bill:

Drop Box: You may drop off your payment in the drop box located at 216 Prospect Street, Port Orchard, WA, located to the right of the main doors.

Online: Pay on-line at https://www.cityofportorchard.us/. We accept credit and debit. There is no fee to pay online.

Mail: You may mail your payment to: City of Port Orchard, 216 Prospect Street, Port Orchard, WA 98366.

Automatic Withdrawal: Have your payment automatically deducted from your bank account bi-monthly.


Alternative ways to report a crime:

Phone:  Call 9-1-1

Online: Visit our website at http://www.kitsap911.org/online-incident-report/ to complete an Online Incident Report.

To speak with an officer: Call 9-1-1.


Alternative ways to submit payment to Municipal Court:

Phone:  Call Paymentus at 1-855-288-2345

Online: Visit our website at https://www.cityofportorchard.us/citations-and-warrants/


We value the safety and health of our citizens and employees and urge everyone to “Stay Home, Stay Healthy”.



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