Community Services

Community Services Tracy Wood

Tracy Wood

Community Services
Phone: (360) 538-3970
Electronic: twood@cityofhoquiam.com

Hoquiam’s Community Services Department is responsible for the development and implementation of recreational programming our various park facilities.

The goal of the department is to meet the diverse needs of the community while coordinating activities that promote community activity and involvement.

News and Links of Interest
  • Loggers Playday Vendors Wanted – Interested in being a vendor at this years festival? The City of Hoquiam is now accepting applications for the 2015 Loggers Playday Festival. Simply download the vendor packet and follow the instructions…..[download packet]
  • Hoquiam Elks Grand Parade Application – Interested in participating in this years parade. Download application at http://cityofhoquiam.com/events/loggers-playday/
  • Comprehensive Park & Recreation Plan | 2011-2017 – The Comprehensive Park and Recreation Plan thru 2017 has been released…..[View Plan Here].
  • Fun Run Website Launched – We have launched a new website for all of city sponsored fun runs. Feel free to check it out ….[visit site].
  • Fun Run Sponsorship – The City of Hoquiam is inviting you to help market your business or organization at all of our popular event fun runs…..[view more].

Related links

  • Sunset Memorial was purchased by the City of Hoquiam in 1933 under the direction of then Mayor Truman Kellogg. He envisioned Sunset Memorial to be one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the Pacific Northwest. Under his direction, a new entrance was built into the cemetery off of what is now known as Sunset Drive....learn more
  • Seldom does a celebration, holiday, or event happen in our healthy community that there is not cause to put on your running shorts, lace up the old Nikes and head on down to city center for another fun run. Families, friends, people of all ages love to get in on these city sponsored events. It is truly fun for everybody....View Fun Run Website
  • The Olympic Stadium was built and opened in 1938. The City of Hoquiam first got the idea for an all-wood stadium in the early 1930s when it applied for a Civil Works Administration grant. In 1932, the grant was approved. Construction began in early 1938 with the stadium officially opening to the public on Nov. 24, 1938.

    The physical structure of Olympic Stadium is an old growth fir heavy-timber frame with cedar shingle siding. Built in a truncated U-shape with angled corners, the open portion ....learn more

Recent Updates

21 Feb CrimeWatch Volunteers Wanted

WE WANT YOU TO VOLUNTEER The Hoquiam Police Department is looking for additional Senior Citizen Volunteers, over the age of 50, to join our successful Crime Watch program! Supporting your Community Volunteers are provided with a uniform, training, and a Crime Watch patrol vehicle to:

21 Feb Opening on Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation Commission The primary duty of the Hoquiam historic preservation commission is to initiate and maintain a register of historic properties and review proposed changes to register properties. The commission shall also promote awareness and preservation of Hoquiam’s

20 Feb Openings on Urban Forestry

The purpose of the urban forestry advisory board shall be promoting the responsible planting of trees on public and private property, public education about trees, promotion of proper maintenance of trees, advocating trees within the city, developing innovative and joint funding for p

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