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Port Angeles Station

Address:
Port Angeles Border Patrol Station
110 South Penn Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 565-7300
Fax: (360) 565-7325

History and Area of Responsibility

The Port Angeles Border Patrol Station is located on Washington States' Olympic Peninsula, approximately seventy (70) air miles west-northwest of Seattle, and eighteen (18) miles south of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

As the primary federal law enforcement agency between the ports-of-entry, the Border Patrol's mission is to prevent the entry of terrorists and their weapons of terrorism: to enforce the laws that protect America's homeland by the detection, interdiction, and apprehension of those who attempt to illegally enter or smuggle any person or contraband across our Nation's sovereign borders.

Last Modified: June 5, 2020