1. THE WEBSITE WAS UPDATED FEB 2016 TO BE A REPOSITORY OF ALL PERTINENT PORT DOCUMENTS. OLD FILES AND DOCUMENTS ARE BEING REVIEWED AND WILL BE ADDED THROUGH CALENDAR YEAR 2017.
2. YOUR THOUGHTS, COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS ON THE WEBSITE ARE WELCOME.
NEXT PORT MEETING. November 8, 2017
PUBLIC WELCOME. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend monthly port meetings. They are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:00 pm at 5500B Illahee Rd (lower unit of the Dietch house).
PUBLIC HEARING. At the November meeting, the 2018 proposed preliminary budget will be presented and a public hearing held, following which the commission shall, by resolution adopt the final budget.
PAST MONTH’S APPROVED MINUTES. Sep 2017 Minutes
PAST MONTH’S APPROVED WARRANTS. Sept 2017 Warrants
NEXT ALL PORTS MEETING October 16, 2017
The next Kitsap All Ports meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 16th @ 6:30 PM at the Port of Brownsville – 9790 Ogle Road NE, Bremerton 98311.
Agenda will be announced later.
Quarterly Kitsap All Ports July 17th Meeting Minutes were approved by attending Commissioner’s Magill and Aho. Jul 2017 AllPorts Minutes
TRANSPARENT GOVERNMENT. The website has been established to provide any and all available information regarding the Port of Illahee, in accordance with open and transparent government statutes.
ESTABLISHED BY TAXPAYERS. The Port of Illahee was established by a vote of Illahee residents in 1922 and is and has been supported entirely by Illahee tax payers by a property tax assessment ever since.
GOVERNED BY STATUTES. Port Commissioners are entrusted by Illahee residents to conduct the affairs of the Port in accordance with public law as outlined in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) statutes and in accordance with the wishes of residents.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MISSION. The Port’s mission is to foster and manage economic development within the Port District and to maintain the pier and floats commonly called the “Illahee Dock” at the foot of Ocean View Boulevard.
LOCATION. The Port of Illahee is located in Kitsap County, Washington, between the cities of Bremerton and Silverdale. The Port of Illahee is served by 3 commissioners, each elected to 6 year terms, with elections occurring every 2 years.