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  1. Governor Inslee announces “Healthy Washington–Roadmap to Recovery”

    Gov. Jay Inslee announced “Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery,” a COVID-19 phased recovery plan. Beginning on January 11, the state will follow a regional recovery approach with every region beginning in Phase 1. Read on...
  2. Civic Center Closed to the Public

    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. Read on...
  3. Extension of COVID-19 Related Special Use Regulation Suspension

    The suspension of Special Use Permit regulations and encroachment permit fees for qualifying businesses has been extended through December 31, 2021. Read on...
  4. Restoring Parks Name Public Hearing

    The City is considering restoring the name of the lands in and around Austin Estuary and Donkey Creek Parks to honor the Puyallup Tribe’s history in Gig Harbor. Read on...
  5. Volunteers Needed: Parks Commission

    The City is seeking citizens interested in serving on the Gig Harbor Parks Commission. Read on...
  1. City of Gig Harbor 2020 Employee Engagement Survey Results

    On Wednesday, December 16, council and administration were presented a summary overview of the employee engagement survey results from the company that administered it. Read on...
  2. PSRC Regional Aviation Baseline Study

    The Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) is leading a baseline study to provide a clear picture of the aviation needs in the region and set the stage for future planning efforts. Read on...
  3. Statewide Plastic Bag Ban Delayed Until January 30, 2021

    Responding to growing plastic bag pollution, the Washington State Legislature in 2020 passed a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags that was scheduled to take effect on January 1. This new law supersedes the City's "Bring Your Own Bag" Ordinance. Read on...
  4. Volunteers Needed - Salary Commission

    The Independent Salary Commission consists of five members that must be residents of the City of Gig Harbor. They cannot be city officials, city employees, or immediate family members of city officials or employees. Read on...
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