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  1. Virtual Washougal City Council Workshop and Meeting for Monday, October 26, 2020

    The City of Washougal has moved to a virtual format for the Monday, October 26th City Council workshop and meeting. Information on how the public can access the new format is now available on the city website. Read on...
  2. Washougal City Council Commits $100,000 in Relief Funding for Residents and Small Businesses

    The COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program assists low-income residential utility customers who have delinquent utility account balances. The Small Business Grant Program Fund provides small working capital grants to qualifying small businesses. Read on...
  3. Virtual Washougal Salary Commission Public Hearing for Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    The City of Washougal has moved to a virtual format for the Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Salary Commission Meeting. Information on how the public can access the new format is now available on the city website. Read on...
  4. Washougal Police Department Participates in Pink Patch Project for Breast Cancer Awareness

    Washougal Police Department is joining several other police agencies in Washington (including La Center, Ridgefield and Battle Ground) in the Pink Patch Project. This project is to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer charities. Read on...
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    Pumpkin Harvest Festival On the Go!

    The Pumpkin Harvest Festival is coming to YOU this year! The City of Washougal is taking it ‘On the Go’ to five neighborhood parks. Stop by for a FREE pumpkin and goodie bag of Halloween toys and treats (while supplies last). Costumes are encouraged! Event info...
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    Halloween Guidance During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Many of the traditional ways in which we celebrate Halloween involve contact with non-household members in large group settings. This year, it is important to plan early and identify safer alternatives to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Additional Info...
  3. Proposition-9

    Proposition 9: Selection of Mayor

    Proposition 9 allows voters to decide whether to directly elect the Mayor every four years, or, to continue to have the Council select one member of the Council as Mayor every two years. Election day is November 3. Learn more.
  4. Proposition-10

    Proposition 10: Replacement Levy Lid Lift

    Proposition 10 asks voters to replace the expired ten cents ($.10) per $1,000 of assessed valuation Fire/EMS Levy Lid Lift. Election day is November 3. Learn more.
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    2020 Election Information

    Learn about propositions the City of Washougal has on the 2020 November general election ballot and get voter resources.
  6. Community Survey Results Are In!

    City Moving in Right Direction According to Residents

    The key findings of the 2020 Community Survey are that Washougal citizens give the City high marks for the overall quality of City services and that residents have a positive perception of the City. Read on...
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    NEW Sign up for paperless billing with our new system!

    With the City of Washougal’s new online payment system, you can easily sign up for paperless billing and reminders! Find out how with our quick video tutorial or with these instructions. Additional Info...
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    Residents Can Now Submit Crime Reports Online

    To serve Washougal residents more efficiently, the Washougal Police Department has launched an online reporting system for non-emergency and non-violent crimes that occur within the city limits of Washougal. Read on...
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