Note: The City of Hoquiam and Aberdeen want you to have a safe and fun 4th of July. Please check out the joint media release detailing the policies and regulations regarding the purchase and use of fireworks inside our cities. Happy Fourth of July!....[details here]

Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff

Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff
Phone: (360) 538-3971
Fax: (360) 532-4031

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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.

If you have any suggestions, questions or comments, please contact me at jdickhoff@cityofhoquiam.com. Thanks for your interest.

Mayor 's Blog

14 Dec Report Storm Damage

The City of Hoquiam is collecting possible storm damage information from citizens and businesses who suffered any loss in the recent storm event. This information will be compiled by the Grays Harbor Department of Emergency Management and communicated to the State of Washington. It is

31 Oct Hoquiam Celebrates 125 Years

Let’s join together for fun and celebration as our city its 125th Anniversary, Nov 13 and 14th. Historical slideshow, Mayor’s Ball, and Children’s Activities at the Hoquiam Library. Check it out! November 13th  Historical  Slide Show Presentation  7th Street Theatre

28 Aug Mayor Durney Announces Grant

City Receives Development Grant On August 27th, 2015 Mayor Jack Durney announced the City of Hoquiam has been selected to receive a $704,906 Community Development Grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce for renovating the Historic Hoquiam Carnegie Library and Community

21 Jul 2015 Lodging Tax Proposal

The City of Hoquiam Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) is accepting proposals for tourism related services to be provided during calendar year 2015 and paid for from Hoquiam’s tourism fund. By State law, the City’s lodging tax revenue may only be used to promote tourism (such as ma

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