City of Port Washington Welcomes the Tall Ship S/V Denis Sullivan
Read the press release here. For a full listing of sail opportunities out of Port Washington and to reserve a seat, individuals can book online via the Discovery World website by clicking here. Click on any of the images below to enlarge.
It's Here! Online Bill Pay
The City of Port Washington is pleased to announce online bill pay for your City of Port Washington Water Bills. Please click the "View Bill or Pay Online" button to the right to start today!
Do you or your business need an official City of Port Washington logo? Please visit our brand new Logo & Trademark Usage page for more information.
The City of Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center has a part-time Environmental Maintenance position, the W.J. Niederkorn Library has a part-time maintenance position and the City of Port Washington Street Department has openings for seasonal part-time work. For more information, please visit our Employment page.
4th Of July Parade Entry Form
Click here to download a 2015 Fourth Of July parade entry form.
Downtown Waterfront Development
Proposals are being sought to either lease or purchase a prime real estate parcel located in the east 300 block of E. Washington St., immediately adjacent to the North Slip. The site offers a unique opportunity to create an innovative and sustainable development immediately adjacent to the waterfront. Click here to view the Request For Proposal.
New! Live Streaming!
Live streaming is now available for meetings that are normally only available on Time Warner Cable Channel 25. Also, you can watch Cable Channel 25 at any time and St. Mary's Sunday Masses are available for viewing on Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. Currently, only Common Council and Plan Commission meetings are available for live streaming. Just a reminder - please check our Agenda and Minutes pages for dates and times. Also, you can access past meeting videos by visiting our Meeting Video Archive.
New Water Safety Campaign
Sea Grant programs and partners in the Great Lakes region are announcing a new water safety campaign, Be Current Smart. The campaign includes tips for parents to keep a close eye on children while they're near the water's edge or in the water. For more information, visit the Current Smart website at: www.currentsmart.org, join the discussion on Twitter at: #currentsmart or check out: Dangerous Currents Facebook page.
Brush Collection Schedule, Requirements and Information
Ever wonder what the schedule is for brush collection at your residence? What types of items you may put out for collection? What the Street Yard hours are? To find out, please visit our Public Works page and bookmark us!
2014 Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report
The new City of Port Washington 2014 Consumer Confidence Report is now available to view online. Click here to view.
Click here to download the Downtown Redevelopment Sites Plan (CDS - Community Design Solution). The download is in PDF format.
Comprehensive Plan: 2035
Click here to view the City of Port Washington Comprehensive Plan.