1. For information regarding COVID-19, please visit the Kitsap Public Health District website at https://kitsappublichealth.org/CommunityHealth/CoronaVirus.php
  2.  City of Port Orchard Public Facilities Closing until further notice

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If you call Public Works, the City will put poison in the manholes. It will not put rat poison outside of the sanitary sewer system. The property owner or resident should put all debris and potential habitat material in a solid container with a secured lid. Bird feeders are often a large part of the...

As your Mayor I’m here to provide leadership to you and the employees of our City who provide necessary services to our Community.  Unfortunately, in our recent past we’ve experienced a tornado and a snowstorm that shuttered our community, but we’ve also witnessed unparalleled compassion and consideration for our neighbors in need when these events...

The City's goal is, and always has been, to provide a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We encourage public interest and participation in our utility decisions affecting drinking water. Citizen input is welcomed at our regularly scheduled Council Meetings. System Overview The City is the municipal water supplier to most Port Orchard residences and...

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