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Speak Up!

August 16, 2017

Is your life too busy to fit in ONE MORE MEETING? When you get home after work, is going out again the last thing you want to do? If attending a Council meeting to let your views be known is out of your comfort zone for whatever reason, you now have an option. You can leave a comment on any item on
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Request An Absentee Ballot!

August 16, 2017

Voters of the City of Ketchikan may request an absentee ballot for the regular election of October 3, 2017 by downloading the form of your preference from the City Clerk's Elections/Voting page and submitting it to the City Clerk's Office. Voters may vote by mail, in person or by electronic
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Information Technology

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The Information Technology Department provides efficient and timely data processing services to all departments of General City Government and Ketchikan Public Utilities. The Department is committed to matching advances in technology with the needs of other City departments and analyzing benefits and costs to ensure that the new technology is cost effective. These services include collecting, processing and distributing data via the City's central computer; supporting personal computers and wide area networks; programming, evaluating and designing systems; and maintaining the integrity of the Department's hardware and the data flowing through its information systems.