On Tuesday, October 29th, a users group meeting was held to discuss water access at Ancich Waterfront Park. You can listen to the meeting recording here.
The Civic Center will be closed until further notice due to the on-going restrictions in effect caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Once a decision to re-open the Civic Center has been made, it will be announced in advance to the community.
City staff continue to be available via phone and email. The main phone number to City Hall is (253) 851-8136.
All payments must take place over the phone (253) 530-7030, submitted via drop box, or made online. Visit: https://www.cityofgigharbor.n...
Effective Friday, June 26, a statewide order requires individuals to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces such as stores, offices and restaurants. The order also requires face coverings outdoors when you can't stay 6 feet apart from others.
There are exemptions, including people with certain disabilities or health conditions, people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and children under the age of 5 (though it’s encouraged to have children ages 3-5 wear a covering if possible). There ...
Certain Special Use regulations have been temporarily suspended. This will allow for "sidewalk sales" and other outdoor sales on private property and within the public Right-of-Way. Encroachment Permit fees for these activities have also been eliminated.
Encroachment permits are still required for use of Right-of-Way in order for the City to review safety protocols/measures and require appropriate liability insurance.
This measure will assist local businesses wishing to safely reopen and sell pro...
The City Council has temporarily suspended the Bring Your Own Bag and Single Use Food Serviceware and Litter Reduction Ordinances. This suspension will stay in effect until 30 days after the City's Emergency Proclamation is lifted.
Full text of the suspended ordinances can be found here:
This suspension was enacted by Ordinance 1442 which can be found here. The Mayor’s Emergency Proclamation can be be found h...
Flags are lowered to half-staff in memory of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In accordance with a proclamation issued by Governor Inslee, flags will be at half-staff until the day of internment.
The Gig Harbor Police Department is promoting a voluntary paddlecraft safety program called GO WITH THE FLOW. The goal is to add awareness, predictability, and safety to interactions between paddlecraft and larger vessels in Gig Harbor.
We encourage all paddle sport enthusiasts to join us and “Go With The Flow” by following these three suggestions:
The City is seeking citizens interested in serving on the Gig Harbor Parks Commission.
The Parks Commission advises the Mayor and City Council on park and recreation facilities, open space acquisition and development, maintenance and operation of parks and recreation public facilities, operation of parks and recreation programs and other ma...
The City of Gig Harbor is looking for persons interested in serving on the Gig Harbor Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.
The purpose of the committee is to advise the City Council on matters of lodging tax collection and expenditures. Applicants must be representatives of businesses required to collect the lodging tax or organizations that are eligible to receive ...
The City has two openings on the Design Review Board.
All applicants must be able to read and interpret site plans and elevation drawings. Applicants must fall into a least one of the following categories:
To begin the process of creating an eligibility roster, the City of Gig Harbor Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Lateral Police Officer.
For more information and to apply please visit our recruitment website at: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/gigharbor
The Ben B. Cheney Foundation has withdrawn its application for a development agreement for the One Harbor Point project. No additional City review or processing will occur on this application. This project page will be deactivated in 30 days.
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The City of Gig Harbor is pleased to announce the resolution of a lawsuit with project proponents (Harbor Hill) for a new mixed-use development located in the Gig Harbor North neighborhood. The settlement will see the resumption of the project, known as t...
On the 14th day of September, 2020, the City Council of the City of Gig Harbor, passed Ordinance No. 1447, the main point of which may be summarized by its title as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GIG HARBOR, WASHINGTON, RELATED TO...