The City of Selah has received federal CARES funding from the Washington State Department of Commerce to assist small businesses and individuals adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The City Council is committing up to $150,000 to the COVID-10 Small Business Grant Fund, an emergency fund that provides working capital grants in amounts up to $5,000 to qualifying for-profit small businesses.
There will be a special meeting of the City of Selah Civil Service Commission tomorrow, Wednesday September 9, 2020 at 10:00am in the Selah City Council Chambers located at 115 West Naches Ave; Selah, WA 98942.
The commissioners will review the recruitment process for a new Deputy Fire Chief and filling the vacancies of police officers. Any questions can be referred to Andrew Potter, the Civil Service Secretary, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This meeting is open to the public.
If you are planning to place campaign/political signs in the grassy areas along North Wenas Road, please see the mowing schedule listed below. It is the responsibility of the person placing the signs to remove and replace the sign for mowing purposes. Failure to remove signs will result in the signs being removed and not put back in place. For more information on sign code requirements please refer to the Selah Municipal Code.
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The Selah City Council is currently accepting applications from interested parties to fill a current vacancy on the Selah City Council. To qualify individuals must be a registered voter who has resided within the Selah City limits for a minimum of one year, by time of appointment. Council Members should be available to attend regularly scheduled Council Meetings, which are anticipated to be held on the second and fourth Tuesday at 5:30pm each month. More information can be found here: Read More
Mayor Raymond has written a letter addressed to the citizens of Selah regarding the recent townhall meeting held via Zoom and future in-person meetings.
NOTICE OF PETITION: On July 7, 2020, the Selah School District submitted a Right-of-Way Vacation application and petition to the City of Selah requesting vacation of a portion of the North First Street right-of-way lying north of West Bartlett Ave. for the purpose of eliminating the existing on street school bus and vehicle parking in front of the John Campbell School. The parking is to be replaced with public sidewalk and landscaping in collaboration with the reconstruction of the existing … Read More
On Tuesday July 21, 2020 at 5:30pm, Mayor Sherry Raymond will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting via zoom. This meeting will primarily be to receive and respond to public comment by the citizenry of Selah. To participate, please follow the zoom instructions below to login.