COVID-19 Response

Washington Ready

city facilities reopened to public july 6

On June 30, 2021, Washington state fully reopened and all industry sectors previously covered by the Roadmap to Recovery Phased Reopening (with limited exceptions for large indoor events) returned to usual capacity and operations. This does not include masking, which will continue under current guidance.  

City of Washougal administration has returned to normal business operations by reopening city facilities to the public in line with the June 30 statewide economic reopening plan Washington Ready and new Washington State Department of Labor & Industries requirements and guidance


Facility/DepartmentDays OpenHours Open

City Hall
1701 C Street


9am-5pm; 12-1pm lunch closure

Permit Center
Community Development and Engineering
211 39th Street


9am-5pm; 12-1pm lunch closure

Police Station
1320 A Street

Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday; Wednesday reserved for CPL fingerprinting BY APPOINTMENT ONLY


Community Center
Washougal Senior Association
1681 C Street



Public Works Exec. Office
1615 C Street


9am-5pm; 12-1pm lunch closure

ReFuel Washougal

Closed to indoor dining until further notice

Curbside pickup 4-6pm



Washougal City Council will continue to meet virtually until further notice. 


The City of Washougal is following guidance outlined in the Washington Ready plan and implementing these COVID-19 protocols to ensure the health and safety of all visitors entering public facilities:

  • As of August 23, 2021, facial coverings are once again required for vaccinated individuals; facial coverings are required for non-vaccinated individuals.
  • Vaccine verification/negative testing is not required.
  • No restrictions on capacity limitations.
  • No requirements for physical distancing.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are placed at office entrances.
  • If you're sick, please stay home. Do not enter the facility.  

Online payments are still encouraged! Utility bills, cemetery fees, dog licenses and impound fees can be paid through the city’s online system at Residents can also mail payments to City Hall (1701 C Street) or utilize the payment dropbox located at the south entrance to city hall.

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