Poulsbo City Hall to suspend some services through April

Poulsbo City Hall to suspend some services through April

POULSBO — City hall announced Friday that it is suspending certain services through the end of April due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington state.

The following services will be halted until April 30: passport services, notary services, fingerprinting services and City Hall conference room rentals.

City hall will otherwise remain open to the public. But if citizens feel uncomfortable visiting city hall, many services, such as utility bill payment, can be done over the phone or online. Check cityofpoulsbo.com for more information.

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