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  1. Virtual Washougal City Council Workshop and Meeting for Monday, July 13, 2020

    The City of Washougal has moved to a virtual format for the Monday, July 13th 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. Fingerprinting Services for CPLs Resume by Appointment Only

    Fingerprinting for concealed pistol license (CPL) processing will resume Wednesday, July 8 by appointment only at Washougal Police Department. Read on...
  3. Deadline to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans Extended to August 8

    Last week, Congress approved legislation, signed into law on July 4, that extends the deadline to apply for forgivable Paycheck Protection Loans to August 8th. Read on...
  4. Use of Cloth Face Coverings Now Mandated in Most Public Areas

    Washington state Secretary of Health John Wiesman's mandatory face covering order goes into effect today, Friday, June 26. The order mandates the use of cloth face coverings in most public areas. Read on...
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    City of Washougal Community Message #7 on COVID-19 Response & Phase 2 Re-Opening – June 5, 2020

    Clark County’s request for a variance to move from Phase 1 to Phase 2 under the state’s “Safe Start” plan for COVID-19 recovery has been approved. Clark County is now in Phase 2. Read on...
  2. Community Survey Results Are In!

    City Moving in Right Direction According to Residents

    The key findings of the 2020 Community Survey completed by the City of Washougal 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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    Camas Washougal Municipal Court Update

    Due to the rapidly changing circumstances around COVID-19, Clark County District Court has substantially curtailed court operations. All out-of-custody criminal dockets are cancelled. All trials are continued until after July 6, 2020. Read on...
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    City of Washougal Community Message #5 on COVID-19 Response - May 7, 2020

    The City of Washougal responds to the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order extension and the "Safe Start Washington" Plan recently issued by Governor Jay Inslee. 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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