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One of Washington 's best kept secrets, North Bonneville is ideally located between the recreational attractions of the Columbia Gorge and the metropolitan Portland area, just 45 miles away.

From the Mayor's Desk - March 2014

I should have known better than to mention how relatively mild the winter had been in last month’s newsletter. We barely had time to print them up before we got hit with freezing cold and snow. Lesson learned, I promise not to talk about how nice the weather is again. Well, I promise to try anyway.

City Administrator’s Notes - March 2014

We are currently working very diligently to find a way to improve our sewer infrastructure. Three of our lift stations are over 30 years old and need to be replaced or refurbished. Our estimated cost to accomplish this is $600,000.

We are seeking a grant through the Community Development Block Grant for $450,000 and a low interest loan spread over a 15 year period for $150,000. This would allow us to replace Lift Stations #2 and #3 in their entirety and refurbish Lift Station #4.

Human Resources

Current Job Opportunities

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY / DEPUTY CLERK

Gorge Days

Planning has commenced for the 2014 Gorge Days Celebration. If you're interested in vending or volunteering to help plan or coordinate events please contact Casey Roeder at the Skamania County Chamber of Commerce.

Local Artist Exhibits at Stevenson Library

Local Artist Debbie Paganucci will have her photographs on exhibit  at the Stevenson Community Library through the end of February.

North Bonneville Snow Plowing Policy

The North Bonneville City Council has approved the following snow plowing policy:

The City staff will clear the City roads of snow accumulations exceeding four [4] inches and/or as safety need dictates this removal action.

From the Mayor's Desk - February 2014

It’s been an unusual winter thus far with less precipitation than normal, temperatures alternating between warmer than expected down into the teens and 20s and, of course, our fair share of wind. A big benefit of this crazy weather has been the lack of snow in town. This has resulted in safer driving around our community and precluded the need for our Pubic Works crew to plow snow, thus far at least. Of course, we all know weather conditions can change pretty quickly around here and there’s still plenty of winter left so we may not have seen the worst yet.

Firefighters Wanted

The City of North Bonneville is in severe need of volunteer firefighters. Volunteer numbers are desperately low at this time, if you have interest in helping out please contact City Hall or Fire Chief JB Tennison.
Thank you for your consideration!

St. Helens Snowshoe & Ski Adventures

The Mount St. Helens Institute offers Guided Snowshoe Adventures to explore the amazing St. Helens’ outdoor area and to learn what makes this volcano so special!  The Guided Programs are a wonderful way to explore new places with experienced guides and staff.  You will need to provide your own lunch and transportation to the trailhead.

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