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The City of Kalama is accepting applications for City Council position #1 which was vacated by the resignation of Mike Truesdell.  To qualify a person must be a resident of the City for at least one year and a registered voter of the City. Applications will be accepted until July 2, 2019. After review of all applications, the Mayor and City Council will hold interviews and appoint a qualified applicant to the position to serve out the remainder of the term until December 31, 2021.  Applicants will be notified of the time and place of the interviews.   An application may be picked up at City Hall at 320 N. First, Kalama, or completed or printed from the City of Kalama website http://www.cityofkalama.com/i-want-to-/apply-for-an-open-position-on-a-city-commission-board-or-committee  For information please call 360-673-4561.  

    

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  • City of Kalama Employment Opportunity - Finance

    City of Kalama is hiring for a Full-time Accounting/Building/Planning position to support the current staff in all departments. Experience in accounting and construction desired. The position is union, 40 hours per week with medical and PERS retirement benefits. Salary Range $3752 - $4266 depending on qualifications. Full Job Description & applications available at Kalama City Hall, 320 N First Street, Kalama, (360) 673-4561 or City website at www.cityofkalama.com Applications accepted until 5pm on July 15, 2019.

  • Kalama Heritage Festival 2019 - June 28 - 30, 2019 Kalama Heritage Festival 2019 - June 28 - 30, 2019

    Held at Marine and Louis Rasmussen Parks - Come Share the spirit of Hawaii and the Pacific Northwest

  • June Programs at the Kalama Public Library

    Adult and Kid programs offered at the Kalama Library during the month of June . Click for Info

  • 2019 Summer Reading Challenge - A Universe of Stories 2019 Summer Reading Challenge - A Universe of Stories

    Join Library Staff every Wednesday this Summer when they blast off into the universe of stories, crafts, movies and special guests. Wednesday Storytime at 10am Summer Reading Program Wednesdays at 2pm

  • Read the 2018 Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report Here

  • Cloverdale Pump Station Construction Begins

    Beginning the week of April 22nd construction activities will begin in the 1500 block of Cloverdale Road which will create some temporary lane closures in the area over the next 6 weeks. Construction hours will be Monday – Thursday 7am to 5pm. The project is to construct a new domestic water pump station to replace the outdated pump serving residents in the Cloverdale/Green Mountain area. The project is expected to be completed in August 2019.

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