If I am not a juror and I need to park longer than 2 hours, where do I park?
There is an all day free parking lot located off of Sidney Avenue and Sweany Street. The lot is marked as ‘Courthouse Public Parking’.
I have an exempt plate. Am I exempt from the posted time restrictions?
No. The exemption is only for vehicle license fees as stated in RCW 46.16A.170
Can I park longer than the posted time restrictions if I am in Court?
Vehicles can only park longer than the time restriction if they are a juror and have a jurors pass or other special pass issued by the City of Port Orchard.
If I am called to be a juror at the Kitsap County courthouse, where do I park?
Jurors can park anywhere in the 2-hour parking zones within 2 blocks of the County courthouse, 614 Division Street, with the assigned juror pass on the dash. Come early, spaces fill quickly.
If I am called to be a juror at the City of Port Orchard Municipal Court, where do I park?
Jurors can park anywhere in the 2 or 4 hour parking zones within 2 blocks of the Municipal Court, 216 Prospect Street, with the assigned juror pass on the dash. Come early, spaces fill quickly.
How do I pay my parking ticket?
I tried purchasing a pass but the app is not working. Who do I contact?
Please call the Port of Bremerton at 360-674-2381 or City of Port Orchard parking enforcement at 360-801-6341.
What if my windows are tinted. Where do I put my residential parking permit?
Affix permit to the inside of windshield, driver’s side, bottom corner.
If I bought a new vehicle and only have temporary plates, how do I get a residential parking permit?
You are able to purchase a residential parking permit with the following documents:
When your permanent license plates are received, contact the finance department at 360-876-5139 to update the records. Parking with expired temporary plates is a violation of POMC 10.12.150.
Please contact the finance department at 360-876-5139 to replace the permit. The cost is $5.00 and it will have the same expiration date as the original permit.
No. Your vehicle will be subject to all time restrictions per POMC 10.12.080. If you move, please contact the finance department for a new parking permit registered to your new address.
I have multiple vehicles. How many parking permits can I get?
The maximum number of permits is limited to no more than four per residential address
8:00am until 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding state holidays. After hours, the Port Orchard Police Department handles parking as needed.
Contact the Port of Bremerton at (360) 674- 2381.
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