Note:The Public Works Department has established a preventative maintenance program to annually clean waterlines and check the operation of fire hydrants throughout the city. Flushing is scheduled to begin the week of May 1, 2019 and will continue through the end of June....[details here]

Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff

Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff
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22 Jan Beacon Hill Road Open

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The City is pleased to report that Beacon Hill will be re-opened to normal traffic today, Wednesday January 21st at 4:00 pm. Flaggers will be used for traffic control to complete additional repairs so motorists are urged to use caution over the next few days and

07 Jan Landslide Flood Disaster

The geologist from the state Department of Natural Resources spent Tuesday with police and public works officials assessing visible slide areas both at the top and bottom of Beacon Hill. This included the area along Queets Avenue directly along the base of the hillside. City crews, as

21 Dec Storage Area Network RFP

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that proposals will be received by the City of Hoquiam, Washington, for: Storage Area Network Replacement File with Finance Department, 609 8th Street, Hoquiam, WA as follows: Proposals received later than 4:00 p.m. January 5, 2015 will not

07 Dec Al Gregory Retirement

Decemeber 5th, 2014 was the last day of work for our awesome, amazing Al Gregory who retires after 40 years with the City operating the wastewater treatment plant. During his tenure, the City has treated approximately 22 billion gallons of wastewater (the size of Wynoochee Lake). We h

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