COVID-19 Response

The City of Washougal continues to follow the guidance of county, state and federal health officials to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 in our community. We are in close contact with health officials and government partners to coordinate our response and operations.

To limit the potential for additional COVID-19 exposure to our city personnel, customers and community, all City facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. This measure to increase social distancing practices is being taken in response to ongoing guidance from health officials regarding the necessary actions to stop the spread of COVID-19. The City is still open for business during this closure. Click here to learn about how you can still access city services.

As a reminder from CRESA, please 311 to report non-compliant individuals. 

Healthy Washington

Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery Regional ApproachEffective January 11, 2021, the State of Washington is launching Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery which will use a regional approach for its upcoming phased recovery plan. These regions are largely based on the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) regions used for evaluating healthcare services given the concern for COVID-19’s potential impact on the healthcare system.

There will be eight regions in Washington that fall along county lines. Washougal is in the Southwest Region and in Phase 1 of the plan. Most regions in Washington have four or more counties. These regions are designed based on the available health care services in the area which has a strong connection to the metrics we will be using for COVID-19 hospitalizations, case data, and general mobility of individuals. 

Continue reading to learn more about metrics and restrictions in the Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery plan.

  1. COVID-19 Vaccination Site Changes in Clark County

    Washington State Department of Health has opened a vaccination site at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Vaccine will be administered by appointment only. Additional Info...
  2. Clark County Accepting COVID-19 Vaccine Requests for Phase 1b Tier 1

    Clark County Public Health is now accepting requests for COVID-19 vaccination for those who are eligible in Phase 1b Tier 1 of the state’s vaccination plan. All requests for vaccine must be made through a webform on the Clark County Public Health website. DETAILS
  3. Inslee Announces State Plan for Widespread Vaccine Distribution and Administration

    Gov. Jay Inslee announced an updated statewide vaccine distribution and administration plan to increase the number of Washingtonians vaccinated and establish infrastructure capable of mass vaccinations in the coming months. Additional Info...
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ACCESSING CITY OF WASHOUGAL SERVICES DURING THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY

All city facilities are open, but closed to the public.

CITY HALL
1701 C STREET
MONDAY-THURSDAY, 8AM-5PM
360.835.8501

Cemetery Fees 

Dog Licenses

Dog Impound Fees

Utility Bill Payments

Special Event Applications/Fees

Community development
211 39th Street
Washougal, WA 98671

Building Inspections 

  • Meeting Governor Inslee’s Phase I Plan and Memorandum, ONLY inspections that are related to essential facilities for emergency repairs and projects that ensure structural integrity for residential structures will take place. Inspections will be restricted to unoccupied structures. Buildings and structures must be completely vacant prior to inspections taking place. Skype, or other similar electronic media inspections may be utilized based on need and type of inspection. For questions regarding inspections please contact joseph.layman@cityofwashougal.us.  

Building Applications, Permits and Plan Submittals

  • Applications and plan submittals that relate to essential facilities or for emergency repairs and projects that ensure structural integrity for residential structures in compliance with the Governor’s proclamation will be accepted by appointment only.
  • All other building permits may be sent via mail or electronically when allowed. Permits will be reviewed within established timeframes.
  • ONLY permits that are related to essential facilities or for emergency repairs and projects that ensure structural integrity for residential structures will be issued and when they are it will be by appointment only and meeting Governor Inslee’s Phase I Plan and Memorandum. Please contact appropriate CD staff for questions regarding these state wide requirements.
  • For general Building questions or appointments please contact: teresa.guise@cityofwashougal.us or by calling 360.835.8501 x611.

Planning/Engineering

Planning Reviews

  • By appointment only; contact jessica.herceg@cityofwashougal.us or call 360.835.8501 x603.
  • All other planning reviews may be sent via mail or electronically when allowed. Plans will be reviewed within established timeframes.

POLICE DEPARTMENT
1320 A STREET
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8AM-5PM
360.835.8701


The Washougal Police Department lobby is closed until further notice. Administrative staff will be working in the office during normal business hours. You can contact staff through email at WASPD@cityofwashougal.us or by phone at (360) 835-8701.

Click here to learn about services that are available by appointment.

If you have an emergency please call 911. If you have a non-emergency situation and need officer assistance please call 311.

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
2247 MAIN STREET
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8AM-5PM
360.835.2662


Cemetery Services

PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING AND EXECUTIVE BUILDING 
1615 C STREET
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8AM-5PM
360.835.2662 X234

 
Engineering

  • For general questions or to schedule an appointment, contact rob.charles@cityofwashougal.us or call 360.835.8501 x230 – or – kaci.spurlock@cityofwashougal.us or call 360.835.8501 x234.

Right-of-Way Permits

Water/Sewer Service Applications

Clark-Co-Microsite
State of Washington COVID Response Graphic

Clark County COVID-19 Hotline

800-525-0127

Report business violations

Submit with State of WA