City of Port Orchard

Well No. 13 drilling project to begin March 30

Work is to be done on a 24-hour basis.

 

And the top-rated water source is …

Port Orchard City Council conducts own H 2 O taste test

 

Is Port Orchard ‘safe’? It depends on who you ask

National Council for Home Safety and Security says city ranks low in study; police chief has doubts

 

Mayor shares 2019 goals achieved, 2020 projects ahead

Mammoth Tremont project completed, a full list ahead for Port Orchard

AWC scholarship applications are due Feb. 24

Student applications being accepted by City of Port Orchard

Wave Broadband to increase costs of some TV services

Rate increases to take effect Feb. 1

City accepting applications for AWC scholarship

Applications are due by Feb. 24

City Council, mayor to scour for holiday spirit

The public is invited to ride along Dec. 16

McCormick Woods is next to get hydrants flushed

Water system maintenance will take place Monday through Wednesday

Cheers restaurant to be razed for mixed-use building

Property owner plans to build 39 residential units and offer commercial space

Port Orchard to flush its hydrants Oct. 21-25

The periodic flushing is part of the city’s maintenance schedule

Gear down a bit: speed limits lowered on some city streets

Port Orchard City Council adopts consultant’s recommendations

Port Orchard spraying to control vegetation Sept. 30-Oct. 4

The weather may impact spray schedule

Photo by Jana Mackin
                                Shawn Danubio, general manager of Whiskey Gulch, stands under a banner that calls social media attention to their movement to stop the city’s possible eminent domain action against the business.
                                Shawn Danubio, general manager of Whiskey Gulch, stands under a banner that calls social media attention to their movement to stop the city’s possible eminent domain action against the business. (Photo by Jana Mackin)

Pedestrian pathway project is hitting a bumpy stretch at Annapolis

Columnist Jana Mackin finds dissatisfaction with city’s process

Photo by Jana Mackin
                                Shawn Danubio, general manager of Whiskey Gulch, stands under a banner that calls social media attention to their movement to stop the city’s possible eminent domain action against the business.
                                Shawn Danubio, general manager of Whiskey Gulch, stands under a banner that calls social media attention to their movement to stop the city’s possible eminent domain action against the business. (Photo by Jana Mackin)

City has violated our constitutional rights

Open letter by residents to Port Orchard’s mayor and Chevron: Our rights were unconstitutionally violated by our city in a permit process for building a… Continue reading

Part Two: Port Orchard’s new police chief

Brown says his department will embrace change, raise community’s level of trust

Portion of Melcher Street closed today for paving

Street section between Pottery and Heron Ridge is closed until 4 p.m.

Portion of Dekalb closing for paving Thursday

Section from Cline to Bay to be paved

Portion of Hull Street closes Tuesday for paving

Closure to take place between Grant and Sherman avenues