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03/31/2020 10:30 AM
Kalama City Council through the CARES Committee made up of Councilmembers, Chamber representative and citizens awarded over $65,000 to local business owners and residents to help aid in their financial recovery from the closures and loss of jobs under the COVID 19 quarantine.
07/10/2020 1:22 PM
Committees of 3 are needed to write statements FOR and AGAINST the ballot measure the City Council is placing on the November election to enact a .2 percent sales tax to be used to fund street maintenance and improvements. Please contact the Clerk/Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-673-4561.
07/10/2020 9:40 AM
Water Will Be OFF on Monday June 15 - Geranium between N. 4th & Taylor, N. 5th between Geranium and the School, and Fir Street from N. 4th to the end beginning at 8am until 4pm.
On Monday June 15th a water main will be shut down to allow the school’s contractor to perform work to the main line. The effected areas that could be out of water are Geranium Street between N.4th and Taylor Road, N.5th Street between Geranium Street and the school and Fir Street from N.4 to end.
06/12/2020 3:27 PM
Kalama Business Owners and Residents are invited to apply for funds from the federal CARES ACT funding the City was awarded. Funds are available to provide aid for rent/mortgage and/or utility costs during the layoff or closure period and for business costs related to COVID protection costs. MORE..
06/05/2020 8:41 AM
The City of Kalama 2019 Annual Report has been filed with the Washington State Auditor's office. Click to see Report.
The Annual Water Quality Report for 2019 is now available.
05/28/2020 9:07 AM
After responding to several questions based on a article in TDN about Kalama's Council meeting and Council actions I would like to clarify that the City Council voted to continue to adhere to the Governor's order. That meant the City would continue to honor and maintain Phase I status. See Attache
05/23/2020 4:42 PM
I want to provide an update on the local progress of opening the community and the local authority given to the City under Washington State Laws.
05/21/2020 9:18 AM
Kalama City Council will hold a workshop on Thursday May, 21, 2020 at 6pm to discuss the recovery process under the COVID-19 restrictions and economic aid to the Business Community. Questions can be sent to email@example.com or call 360-673-4561. Meeting will be held via Zoom see calendar post.
05/15/2020 4:35 PM
The Community Foundation of Southwest WA COVID-19 Response Committee has partnered with Pathways 2020 and Cowlitz Economic Development Council (CEDC) to provide up to $50,000 for Pathways 2020/CEDC Commercial Rent Relief Grants.
05/15/2020 10:45 AM
Construction work began May 11th on the improvements to Elm Street from W. Frontage Road to Fourth Street (up High School Hill) and improvements to W. Frontage Road from the old Kingwood Crossing to Oak St. The Contractor - AES, LLC, plans to work from 7am to 3:30pm during the week on the project.
05/12/2020 11:47 AM
City Crew is working to replace an old waterline on Date Street, which closes Date Street from 8am to 5pm through Thursday May 14th from China Garden Road to Tenth Street. The street will be opened in the evening hours.
05/12/2020 11:21 AM
Mayor Reuter and the City Council have proclaimed May 10-16, 2020 as National Police Week honoring Kalama's Police officers, officers throughout Washington State and the entire country. See the newsletter to "meet" your current police officers.
05/01/2020 3:14 PM
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04/29/2020 3:58 PM
“The Response City Attorney, is to questions from the City Administrator about the legality and potential liability of defying Governor Inslee’s Stay Home Stay Safe Order.”
04/24/2020 11:43 AM
I want to address the concerns of members of the City Council and the residents on reopening businesses, as well as citizens of Kalama that are being effected by the Corona Virus.
04/24/2020 11:37 AM
The Boil Water Advisory issued on the afternoon of April 15, 2020, is lifted as of 8:30 am on April 17, 2020. All tests have come back satisfactory. The water is now safe to drink, brushing of teeth, and food preparation. The City thanks the residents for their cooperation.
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