Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff
Phone: (360) 538-3971
Fax: (360) 532-4031
We hope our citizens and visitors alike will find the information contained herein to be useful.
Serving Residents, Industry and Visitors
For those of you who live in our friendly city, we hope this information will help you when you need access to our services and information. For those of you who are visitors from other locations, we hope that we have provided useful information for you.
We are excited about this opportunity to visit with you through the internet. The City of Hoquiam is a progressive and energetic city and our goal is to provide our citizens with the best service a city can provide and our visitors with the best vacation or business trip that a city can provide.
This award is presented in appreciation for your work as the department Accreditation Manager. Your organization and leadership was instrumental in the department achieving State Accreditation by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs on November 20th. When you agree
The Grays Harbor County Notification System is a software application that can automatically call or email people who have registered with the Division of Emergency Management. The system will send you an email or call home, cell and work numbers. It will also leave a message on your
The City has a strong commitment to its Urban Forestry Program. It has been recognized on a annual basis as a Tree City USA for its efforts to preserve and enhance the urban forest. The purpose of Hoquiam’s Urban Forestry Program is to maximize the aesthetic, environmental and e
WHEREAS, “Enno” commenced his many years of service to the City of Hoquiam when he was selected as a Police Services Dog for the Hoquiam Police Department in November 2005; and WHEREAS, “Enno” was first partnered with then Officer Jeff Salstrom at the Landheim Canine Training Center i
In order to identify and plan for future natural disasters, we need your assistance. The questionnaire at the link below is designed to help us gather information from local citizens about disaster issues, and to find out from you about areas vulnerable to various types of natural disasters