- Douglas Street Closuer - Tuesday February 19, 2019
The City of Kalama Public Works Crew will be replacing a damaged cross culvert on Douglas Street Tuesday the 19th. The closure will start at 8am. The project is scheduled to take one day. In the event that we cannot finish the project in one day we will place steel plates for access in the evening hours for access and will begin at 8am the next day. If you need to leave on the day of construction please park a vehicle on the West side of the project area as we will have the road impassable to vehicle traffic during construction. If you have any questions please contact Kelly Rasmussen at 360-673-3706 M-F 8-4:30
02/15/2019 10:13 AMdetail
- City Offices including the Library will Be Closed on Monday February 18, 2019 for Presidents Day
02/14/2019 3:34 PMdetail
- ZUMBA IS BACK beginning Monday March 4th 9-10am
Come dance, move, and stretch to the music with Instructor Laura Preheim on Monday's & Fridays from 9 to 10 am. $15 for the full six week session. Classes will be held at the Community Building 216 Elm Street. Sign up Now.
02/12/2019 11:11 AMdetail
- Kalama Employment Opportunity - Part-Time Library Director
City of Kalama is hiring for a Part-time Library Director. The position is for 79 hours per month. Salary Range $17 - $22 per hour depending on qualifications. Full Job Description & applications available - (Click Title) or at Kalama City Hall, 195 N. First Street, Kalama, (360) 673-4561 Applications accepted until 5pm on February 19, 2019.
01/31/2019 12:02 PMdetail
- Kalama Public Library Hosting Free Medicare Advice Counseling
On Wednesday February 13, 2019 from 1pm - 3pm the Library will host one-on-one Counseling sessions to help explain Medicare Benefits. Sign up at the Library for a time. Event is sponsored by SHIBA
01/23/2019 8:58 AMdetail
- Winter Newsletter - December-January
See the most recent Newsletter here
01/10/2019 9:25 AMdetail
- Skimmers - Security Tips
Criminals can easily capture your credit and debit card information with small devices called skimmers. Although skimming can happen almost anywhere you use your card, you can prevent losing your data to a skimmer.
12/18/2018 1:29 PMdetail