There will be a public hearing on Monday August 17, 2020 at 10:30 AM in the Commissioners' Chambers at the County Courthouse concerning an ordinance to adopt the Port Ludlow Drainage District assessment system. Read on...
COVID-19 operations updates
Public Works offices are closed to the public until further notice. We will continue to serve you by phone, email, mail, and drop box in our office entryway at 623 Sheridan Street in Port Townsend.
Public Works operations changes are listed below. We will update this page as more changes occur.
Parks & Recreation
Camping is open at Oak Bay, Quilcene and Lake Leland Campgrounds as of Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 12 p.m. (noon.) The Jefferson County Board of Health approved allowing overnight camping at its June 18, 2020 meeting.
For more Parks & Recreation information please visit our Parks & Recreation website http://www.countyrec.com/info/default.aspx.
Solid Waste operations
The Transfer Station and Quilcene Dropbox are open to the public on their normal schedules. Expect longer wait times, as we must distance people further apart on the tipping floor. If possible, postpone your trips to the transfer station.
The Household Hazardous Waste Facility is open on its normal schedule: Fridays & 1st Saturday each month 10 AM – Noon and 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For large loads schedule an appointment by calling Jerry, Mon. – Thurs., at 360-379-6911 or 360-385-9160.
Visit jeffersoncountysolidwaste.com for more information or call 360-385-9160 with questions.
Road Maintenance operations
Road maintenance operations continue normally. We are taking precautions to protect personnel so we can avoid disruption to essential services like county roads. Call 360-385-0890 with questions.
Transportation & Engineering operations
We are halting in-person appointments at department offices until further notice. Submit permit applications and other materials by mail, use our entryway drop box, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 360-385-9167 with questions.
You may mail permit payments or we can invoice you for them. Permits will not be issued without payment. Permit applications and fee schedule are available at www.co.jefferson.wa.us/445/Right-of-Way-Permits-Vacations. For any permit-related questions, contact Terry Duff at 360-385-9159 or by email@example.com.
We ask you to allow Public Works staff to conduct site inspections alone to reduce the spread of COVID-19. If this is not possible, you must maintain a social distance of 6-feet or more. Under certain circumstances, we may waive pre-construction meetings.
Public Works is doing what we can to mitigate risk to the public and our staff. We hope by taking these steps we can help slow the spread of the virus in our community. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this unprecedented time.
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