How To Contact Us

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Town of Coupeville 
4 NE Seventh Street (Town Hall)
Coupeville, WA 98239
(360) 678-4461

Monday – Thursday

Hours: 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Town Staff Directory & Contact Information

Shawn Warwick, Town Marshal Molly Hughes, Mayor
Ext 101 • paulone@townofcoupeville.org Ext 102 • mayor@townofcoupeville.org
Questions about law enforcement issues General questions, community issues
   
TBD, Utility Clerk Donna Keeler, Planning Director
Ext 106 • utilityclerk@townofcoupeville.org Ext 103 • planner@townofcoupeville.org
Questions about utility bills & community garden Questions about land use design review
   
Kelly Riepma, Public Works Superintendent Scott Austin, Building Official
Ext 110 • publicworks@townofcoupeville.org Ext 108 • buildofficial@townofcoupeville.org
Questions about parks, streets, water lines, storm water issues. Questions about building permits, building codes, inspections, plan review
* for Rec Hall or Town Park Pavilion info: contact Fiscal Clerk Ext 105  
Joe Grogan, Utility Superintendent Allison Gubata, Fiscal Clerk
Ext 113 • utilities1@townofcoupeville.org  Ext 105 • fiscalclerk@townofcoupeville.org
Questions about water quality, sewer issues, water and sewer plant operations Questions about accounts payable/accounts receivable. Rec Hall and Pavilion/Kitchen reservations.
   
Kelly Beech, Clerk Treasurer Joshua Engelbrecht, Assistant Planner

Ext 107 • clerktreasurer@townofcoupeville.org

Questions about meetings, budget and finance, public records

Ext 104• assistantplanner@townofcoupeville.org

Questions about Design Review, COA applications, Town Code.

 
 
WATER AND SEWER EMERGENCIES

 

If you have a utility emergency after hours, a staff member is called from home. The Town does not have someone on staff 24/7. The Public Works and Utility staff are happy to help in an emergency. Examples of emergencies are:  sewer backups in your home, broken water pipes inside your home and you don’t have a water shut-off in the house, or water surfacing outside and causing property damage.

Examples that are NOT emergencies are: a drippy outdoor faucet, a drippy indoor faucet, or your plumber or landscaper wants the water turned off for repairs. For these situations, contact the Town during normal business hours.

If you do have an emergency, call 911 or non-emergency dispatch (ICOM) at (360) 679-9567. A dispatcher will put you in touch with a staff member who will ascertain the problem and come in to fix it if necessary. Please, NEVER turn the water on or off yourself from inside the meter box; it is illegal to do so as meters are public property. Meters can be easily broken and are expensive to repair.

 

Images on this page graciously provided by Toni Payne.