The Columbia County Board of Commissioners will move its work sessions to the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, starting in October, the board decided at its Sept. 20 meeting.
Walla Walla utility customers will pay an additional $12.65 per month, or nearly $152 per year, to help pay for ambulance services within the city.
Would you like to weigh in on Walla Walla's plan for managing the 7,000-plus trees in the city's urban forest? You have until Aug. 30 to send city officials a note.
Will Columbia County officials decide to put a fireworks ban option in their toolbox for years when fire danger is especially high? A possible September hearing might provide answers.
Coronavirus recovery funds for the city of College Place will be used for various projects and purchases such as $700,000 for a new fire truck and $300,000 for general renovations and audio and visual system improvement for City Council chambers.
The city of Walla Walla expects to learn more in coming days about how its residents want city officials to spend public tax dollars on city streets, as a survey sent out in recent weeks wraps up.
Report: One in five renters in Walla Walla County spent over 50% of their income on housing in 2018. If housing expenses continue to rise faster than income levels, that number will grow. City planners in Walla Walla Valley are trying to fix the problem.
The city of Walla Walla is seeking six residents to write statements regarding the Transportation Benefit District sales tax proposition for the general election voter guide.
City officials on Monday said goodbye to departing council member Ed Chesnut, approved a new liquor license and granted permission to begin the sale of police station bonds.
Walla Walla residents and landlords who need help paying utility bills due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will have until Sept. 30 to work out a payment plan with the Blue Mountain Action Council and city.
The hope is that the 2021 summer concert series will not only provide several hours of entertainment, but also coax people who live here to come downtown and keep Walla Walla competitive for tourism dollars.
The Walla Walla County Board of Commissioners will resume in-person meetings open to the public on Monday, July 12. A livestream of meetings will remain available via WebEx, according to a Thursday, July 8 news release.