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Pay By Space:
Note your space number before leaving your vehicle
At the closest pay station enter space number and follow the prompts on the screen
Please note that the exact coin is required (no bills accepted) or you may pay with credit card, keep your receipt.
There are a couple of ways. 1) Search your smartphone’s app store for Passport Parking. Download the free app and follow the directions. 2) Using the internet, go to ppprk.com and follow the directions. Both Revillagigedo and Gravina parking lots are identified by Zone 557.
No. When parking in either the Revillagigedo or Gravina Parking Lot, you will prepay at the pay stations located near the ferry loading entrance, the pay stations located on the first floor of the terminal, or through Passport Parking.
There are four pay stations located in the pay station shelter near the ferry entrance on Revillagigedo, two pay stations on the first floor of the airport terminal on Gravina, and one pay station on the second floor of the terminal in the sterile area.
If the animal belongs to you:
If the dog, cat or ferret belongs to someone else:
It is important to report bites as soon as possible. Instructions for reporting emergencies (including all bites) after hours are available on the shelter's voice mail.
"Restraint" means under the immediate and constant physical control of a responsible person by leash or under the immediate and constant verbal control of a responsible person and obedient to that person's commands, or on the premises of the owner or responsible person.
This definition; along with other information on animal regulations in the Borough, can be found in Title 6 of the Borough Code. This code is linked on the left hand side of the screen on the Animal Protection Department section of the Ketchikan Gateway Borough web page.
The areas in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough that require residents and visitors to leash their dog(s) can be found on the Animal Protection Department section of the Borough website. The information is listed in Title 6 of the Borough Code. This link can be found on the front page of the Animal Protection section on the left hand side of the page.
Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older and Disabled Veterans with a 50% or more disability may qualify for a property tax exemption up to $150,000 of assessed value. Non-profit exemptions on property used exclusively for religious, charitable, cemetery, hospital, educational, or community purpose as defined by State Statute and Borough Code.
The seats up for election on the October 3, 2023 Borough ballot are:
Borough Assembly - 3 seats for 3-year terms
Borough School Board - 2 seats for 3-year terms
Filing for Borough offices is available from August 1 through noon on August 25 in the Borough Clerk’s office. Filing forms will be available at the Borough Clerk’s Office and on the Election page of the Borough website beginning July 1.
The State of Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) has established rules for campaign disclosure. Those forms must be filed directly to APOC by the candidate. Campaign forms are available at http://doa.alaska.gov/apoc/
Alaska law prohibits the placement of outdoor advertising along state highways unless certain exceptions are met. See Alaska Statutes 19.25.105 at: http://www.legis.state.ak.us/basis/folio.asp
In addition, there are rules regarding placement of political and campaign signs on buildings within the Borough. See KGB Code 18.20.050 at: http://www.codepublishing.com/AK/ketchikangatewayborough
Be willing to make the time and effort commitment to keep informed of the issues facing the Borough. Learn more of what is expected by looking through the Candidate Information Handbook on the Elections Page of the Borough website.
1. Register to vote no later than 30 days prior to the Regular election 2. Decide how you want to vote: in person, by fax, or by mail 3. Get educated! Pick up sample ballots as early as 15 days prior to the election from the Clerk’s Office.
Yes. Voters may apply for absentee ballots at the Clerk's office as early as January 1, as follows: A by-mail ballot as early as January 1 of the calendar year in which the election was held; A by-fax ballot no sooner than 30 days prior to the election; An in-person absentee ballot no sooner than 15 days prior to the election.
There are seven Borough election precincts. Your designated polling place is based on your residential address. On election day, your name will be listed on the precinct register in the precinct where you reside. You may vote in another polling place, but you will be asked to fill out a questioned voter envelope. Questioned voter ballots will be reviewed and counted separately by the canvass board.
In order to vote for a write-in candidate the voter must, in the space provided, write in the candidate’s name as the candidate’s name appears on the declaration of write-in candidacy filed with the Borough Clerk and fill in the oval opposite the candidate’s name. The use of stickers on the ballots is prohibited. Voters may request assistance from the poll workers.
According to KGBC 5.30.040 (a), Write-in votes are only tallied if:
(1) If the person running as a write-in candidate has, at least before 5:00 p.m. of the day before the election, filed a declaration of write-in candidacy on a form provided by the clerk stating that they are willing to assume the office if elected and have also filed a completed public officials financial disclosure statement with the borough clerk; or
(2) If the total number of write-in votes for an office exceeds the smallest number of votes cast for a candidate for that office whose name is printed on the ballot.
You will begin receiving your bills electronically with the next billing cycle.
Senior Citizen Exemption - March 31
Disabled Veteran Exemption - July 1
Low Income Housing Tax Credit - May 15
Economic Development - January 31
You will need to speak with someone in the Assessment department for more information on these types of exemptions.
The Gateway Aquatic Center is open:Monday - Friday 5am-8:15pmSaturday 7am-5pmSunday 11am-5pm
Parks & Recreation is always closed on the following holidays:New Years Day (January 1)Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)Independence Day (July 4)Labor Day (First Monday in September)Thanksgiving (Fourth Thursday in November)Christmas Day (December 25)
There are two ways to register for a class, online or in person. To register in person you can come to the Gateway Recreation Center, 601 Schoenbar Rd, Ketchikan, AK 99901.
Patrons not meeting these requirements MUST be accompanied at all times and in the direct supervision (within arms length) of another person 14 years of age or older.
Pregnant women and any person with a heart condition or back trouble should not ride the slides. Rider assumes all risk of injury due to misuse of this slide or failure to follow these rules.
Only one rider allowed on the slide at a time. Absolutely no trains or chains of riders permitted. Children may not ride in the laps of adults.
There is no masks, goggles, clothing with metal elements, floatation devices, water wings, water socks or shoes allowed on the slides.
Foreign object are not allowed in pockets and no jewelry may be worn while riding the slides.
Click here for a complete list of pool and slide rules.
a. Prior to the commencement of new construction, the erection, assemblage, or placement of a structure and/or appurtenances on a property except as specified in subsection (b)(4) of this section.
b. Prior to the commencement of an enlargement of enclosed space or the alteration, movement, or conversion of any existing structure and/or appurtenance, except as specified in subsection (b)(4) of this section.
c. Prior to the initiation of a new use or addition of a new activity that may be subject to different development requirements or lot development standards.
d. In order to utilize a variance in accordance with KGBC 18.150.020(f)(5) and 18.150.030(f)(6) and/or a conditional use permit in accordance with KGBC 18.155.110, that have been granted by the planning commission.
a. Structures 120 square feet or less
b. Decks under 30 inches in height
1. An application for a sign permit.2. A drawing or illustration of the sign with dimensions provided as well as the sign material.3. A simple site plan showing the location of the sign on the property.4. If the sign is freestanding, an elevation of the sign must be provided showing the height of the sign from the adjacent grade.