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  1. TRAFFIC IMPACT INFORMATION - Stinson Avenue Road Closure

    Stinson Avenue will be closed daily (7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday- Friday) from September 27 through October 31, to thru traffic north of the roundabout at Rosedale Street to Harborview Drive. Read on...
  2. Gig Harbor Civic Center Open to the Public - Face Coverings Required at all Times

    The Gig Harbor Civic Center is open to the general public. All persons entering the Civic Center are now required to wear a face covering as directed by Secretary of Health Order 20-03.4. Read on...
  3. Volunteer Needed: Lodging Tax Advisory Committee

    The City of Gig Harbor is looking for volunteers interested in serving on the Gig Harbor Lodging Tax Advisory Committee. Read on...
  4. City of Gig Harbor Public Right-of-Way ADA Self-Assessment and Transition Plan

    The City is developing an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Self-Assessment and Transition Plan for the City’s public right-of-way facilities in compliance with federal and state law. Read on...
  1. City of Gig Harbor 2022 Preliminary Budget Now Available

    The 2022 Preliminary Budget for the City of Gig Harbor is now available online. Read on...
  2. Stormwater Revenue Study

    For more information on the City's next steps in the Stormwater Revenue Study following the Virtual Stormwater Open House(s) held on Sept. 15 and 16, please click on the following link. A recording of the Open House is also available there. Read on...
  3. Campaign Signage

    With campaign season heating up for the August Primary and November General Elections, it's important to remember that the City's Sign Code needs to be observed for all temporary signs on public and private property. Read on...
  4. Statewide Plastic Bag Ban to go into effect on October 1, 2021

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