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Posted on: November 13, 2018

City Seeks City Engineer

The position will remain open until filled. The first review of applications will take place on November 26, 2018

Click here to view the job description. 

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Posted on: November 13, 2018

Harborview Drive Detour Ends Early

Harborview-Ancich Detour Map

The detour of Harborview Drive to facilitate the full roadway reconstruction of the Drive in front of the Ancich Park construction site is scheduled to end the end of the business day on November 14, a full day earlier than planned.

Please be advised that while Harborview Drive will be open at the end of the business day on November 14, the sidewalk on the waterward side of the street will continue to be closed to pedestrians.

To view previous information about the detour please click...

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Posted on: October 23, 2018

Gig Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant Earns Outstanding Performance Award

10-22-18

During last night’s Council Meeting, the City of Gig Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant team was presented with the 2017 Washington State Department of Ecology Outstanding Performance Award.

The Department of Ecology, (Ecology), evaluates all plants operating in the state and determines award recipients based on several factors that include state pollution limits, monitoring and reporting requirements, pretreatment, and operational demands.

In...

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Posted on: October 1, 2018

Harborview Drive Detour to Begin October 15th

Starting on October 15th the City’s contractor, Quigg Brothers Inc., will be implementing a one-way traffic detour route on Harborview Drive between Stinson Avenue and Rosedale Street.

The purpose of this detour is to facilitate the full roadway reconstruction of Harborview Drive in front of the Ancich Park construction site, and installation of a concrete crosswalk and flashing beacon system near Eddon Boat Park.

During the closure, eas...

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Posted on: October 2, 2018

Have You Checked Your Storm Drains Lately?

Fall brings wet weather and falling leaves, increasing the potential for flooding along roadways.

To lessen street flooding, the City asks residents and property managers to help clean the inlets and storm drains in front of your property. If it can be done safely, use a rake to clear leaves, limbs, and debris from the storm drain. Do not attempt to r...

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Posted on: September 27, 2018

Help us name our new park!

Thanks to the determination of our citizens and elected officials, the 2-acre forest at the corner of Soundview and Harborview has been saved from development and will remain a naturally-preserved public park.

Now it needs a name!

Please send your ideas to ...

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