City of Port Orchard

Port Orchard in midst of recruiting new police chief

Application period ends at the close of the month.

 

Search for new police chief begins

Marti to retire this year; salary boost expected to increase recruitment pool

 

Feb. 5 is hearing date for zoning code, map update

Planning Commission is seeking public input on city’s draft update.

 

Roundabout 101:

Here are some pointers for Tremont’s new multi-lane roundabouts

Putaansuu says he’s running again for mayor

Mayor cites achievements during term on transportation, zoning and parks

Putaansuu’s message on December tornado:

Mayor thankful no lives were lost, takes pride in Port Orchard’s response

McCormick Village Park not open — yet

PORT ORCHARD — While a ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 21 at the new McCormick Village Park on Old Clifton Road signaled that the second and final… Continue reading

Those impacted by tornado invited to Sunday town hall meeting

Event to be hosted by Kitsap County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido and Mayor Rob Putaansuu.

Bob Smith

Editor’s notebook | Port Orchard shines in a moment of anguish

An outpouring of support from the community triumphs over disaster.

Bob Smith

Stetson Heights stormwater ponds nearly overflowing

Kitsap County issues notice to nearby homeowners of possible overflow

Rockwell Pocket Park hearing is Nov. 29

City Council has scheduled a public hearing on waterfront park plans.

Third segment of pedestrian pathway nearing finish line

Entire project to be completed in 2023

Second Tremont roundabout is taking shape

Curbing has given the intersection some curves

Port Orchard gives boy dying of cancer a day to remember

The city celebrates this little warrior with his own special day

St. Andrews Drive water main will be shut off Monday

Public works department says the McCormick Woods work should be completed by 4 p.m.

Port Orchard’s fire hydrants to get flushed

Semi-annual inspections set for Oct. 1-5.

Sept. 24-28 is Port Orchard’s fall clean up week

Port Orchard city residents can get selected items picked up for free.

SKSD seeks City Council’s endorsement for school facilities measures

Port Orchard officials invited community members to comment at the Sept. 11 public hearing.

City survey asks residents about banning plastic bags

A ban would eliminate the use of single-use plastic bags in area stores.