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In The Spotlight

Front Door LogoCity Hall is now HOME in its new location at 195 N. First Street and the staff is ready to accept payments, issue permits, and answer questions for the public.  The lobby area at the new location is huge – especially when compared to the lobby at the previous City Hall.   We are still putting in the finishing touches and trim work while getting set up and organized.

Many of the old-timers in Kalama will know that this location used to be a bank, most recently Heritage Bank, until 2014. There are old apartment units on the second floor of the building.  One City employee says his grandmother used to live in one of the apartments and would go downstairs to her job at the bank.  With that history it seems fitting that once the offices are set up, local history buffs will help to set up some historical displays and Kalama artifacts in the lobby area of the new City Hall.  

Once completed the City will hold an open house and hopes the community will come take a look as history and the future come together.  

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  • City Council Public Hearing City Council Public Hearing

    A public hearing will be held on July 6, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. at the Kalama Community Building, 216 Elm Street, Kalama, Washington, to consider and take public testimony on the proposed ordinance to authorize the City to assume the rights, powers, functions, and obligations of the City of Kalama Transportation Benefit District pursuant to Chapter 36.74 RCW, and that all persons interested may appear and be heard at the hearing.

  • GARDEN TOUR GARDEN TOUR

    $7 - TIckets and Maps at Floral Effects - 124 N 1st St

  • TIME TO FILL SWIMMING POOLS AND HOT TUBS! TIME TO FILL SWIMMING POOLS AND HOT TUBS!

    Kalama sewer customers are now on the Summer Sewer Rate. What does this mean? Customers are billed for all water used, but sewer charges stop at the average usage of the previous 8 months plus 10%. This applies to the June, July, August, and September bills. Now is the time to take care of those heavy water usage projects, like power washing, and then relax in your newly filled hot tub!

  • BOOKMOBILE WED-FRI 12-5; SAT 11-4 BOOKMOBILE WED-FRI 12-5; SAT 11-4

    Parked at the side of the Library is a Bookmobile - on loan to the City from the Fort Vancouver Library. The Bookmobile has a limited selection of children books, movies, popular books, and new books.

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