Some residents are concerned that Walla Walla’s newest proposed plan to manage trees focuses too much on cutting back existing trees and not enough on planting new ones.
Walla Walla Valley Transit announced Wednesday, July 7, that due to the road closures, bus routes five and six have deviated services for the duration of the project.
A move that began in 2020 to name part of the city of Walla Walla as a historic preservation district was victorious on the state level this week and looks to be headed toward national designation.
“With the current extreme heat and drought conditions, fireworks could easily start fires that endanger people, pets and property, and spread area firefighting resources dangerously thin,” reads a release from the city.
The Cities of Walla Walla and College Place have committed to creating a walkable and bike-able community by partnering with Blue Zones Project to conduct a walkability assessment of various neighborhoods.
City of Walla Walla's official fireworks are postponed due to fire risk. Dry, hot conditions and high winds predicted in the region this weekend lead to increased fire risk, officials said Tuesday, June 29.
City of Walla Walla officials will have a special meeting at 4 p.m. today to discuss whether public fireworks displays will be held this Sunday amid hot, dry conditions this week. Community members can join via Zoom.
The city of Walla Walla will receive $9,974,964 in the form of two payments. Of this grand total amount, the city has already received half and will receive the second half in 2022.
The Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is set to review the City of Walla Walla's nomination for a National Register Historic District for downtown Walla Walla on Tuesday, June 29.
The City of Walla Walla, the City of College Place and the Blue Zones Project Walla Walla Valley invite residents to participate in a walkability assessment of neighborhoods with city and county leaders this week.
With spring gone and summer underway, keep an eye out for puncturevine while enjoying the outdoors. The plant’s spiky little fruit can pop bike tires.
In the Spring of 2020, the City of Walla Walla began the process of potentially changing the city flag by asking residents to submit original design ideas. Walla Walla residents can vote on the city's new flag design until June 28.
Walla Walla City Council has approved a proclamation officially recognizing June 19 as the Juneteenth holiday. The decision passed 5-2 on Wednesday.