City Council

Port Angeles approves funds for housing project

City also OKs five-year police body-worn camera contract

 

Timeline set to replace Port Townsend City Council member

Applications open in June, candidate selected in August

 

Port Angeles City Council to conduct special meeting

The Port Angeles city council will conduct a workshop regarding the city’s boards and commissions code during a special meeting at 5… Continue reading

 

Jefferson County wants to increase curbside service for trash

Congestion at transfer station increasing costs, manager says

Reforms making a difference at Fort Worden, PDA director says

Organization moving toward stability; challenges remain

Port Angeles to hire personnel to operate day ambulance

The Port Angeles Fire Department will be able to hire two new positions that will allow for the addition of a day… Continue reading

Port Townsend transportation tax dollars to be put to work

Benefits district to raise $400,000 to $600,000 in first year

Port Angeles approves paving project for Marine Drive

City also moves $1.5M to cover Waste Connections payment

Port Angeles council appoints members to boards

Public questions appointee who lives outside of city

Tom Ferrell was elected to the Sequim City Council in 2019 and reelected in 2023. He resigned from the position on March 11 and council members have opened up his seat to applicants through Friday. (City of Sequim)

Applications for open Sequim City Council seat due Friday

Former Mayor Tom Ferrell resigned effective March 11

Tom Ferrell was elected to the Sequim City Council in 2019 and reelected in 2023. He resigned from the position on March 11 and council members have opened up his seat to applicants through Friday. (City of Sequim)

Port Angeles City Council to limit STRs to 200

Agreement reached after compromise proposed

Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro, left, and Mayor David Faber speak during the city’s annual State of the City address at the Port Hudson building in Port Townsend on Monday. Faber and Mauro said the city faced some challenges in 2023 but also made progress on important issues like housing and infrastructure. (Peter Segall/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Townsend City Manager John Mauro, left, and Mayor David Faber speak during the city’s annual State of the City address at the Port Hudson building in Port Townsend on Monday. Faber and Mauro said the city faced some challenges in 2023 but also made progress on important issues like housing and infrastructure. (Peter Segall/Peninsula Daily News)

Solar array, battery storage to be installed on Port Angeles Senior Center

System could provide hours of backup power in case of an outage

Tom Ferrell.

Former Sequim mayor announces resignation from council

Ferrell said work obligations overseas limit his time

Tom Ferrell.

Port Townsend moves to update utility rates

City planning upgrades to sewer, water systems

Intersection signals to be upgraded

Port Angeles approves $5.6M project

Repairs to the observation tower at Port Angeles City Pier, shown Wednesday, could begin as early as this month using lodging tax funds. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles OKs funding for tower, playground

The Port Angeles City Pier’s observation tower and Dream Playground both are expected to be rebuilt this spring. The City Council unanimously… Continue reading

Repairs to the observation tower at Port Angeles City Pier, shown Wednesday, could begin as early as this month using lodging tax funds. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)