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Message from the Mayor

During this
pandemic, I want to assure all residents of the City of Selah that water,
sewer, and street services will continue uninterrupted.

Our water
supply is plentiful and safe. We have an automated system of wells, pumps, and
reservoirs that will continue to provide plentiful and clean water to your
homes.

Our sewage
treatment plant is running at approximately sixty percent capacity.

Street crews
will continue to provide maintenance and repairs to the streets.

Parks are open, and we encourage you to get out and use our … Read More

Civic Center Closure

Update on
Civic Center is in effect, closed for the next two weeks in order to comply
with the recommendation of the President of the United States.

The Food Bank
is operational and will be keeping the same hours as in the past, but serving
out of the south side of the Civic Center on Mondays and Fridays from 9 to
11am.

Meals On
Wheels will continue to prepare meals for takeout. Customers have been notified
about when they can pick up their food.

All scheduled
events during … Read More

Utility Payment Options

For your convenience, and staying in compliance with the CDC recommendations, the City of Selah offers the following options to pay your monthly utility bills.

You may pay your bill online or over the phone for a small fee. If you have any questions you can reach us at 509-698-7326.We do have a drop box out front on the right side of our front door, for check and money orders only. Please include the payment stub and / or the … Read More

Message from the Mayor

This morning I signed an emergency declaration in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This was done in order to allow for the City of Selah to align with concurrent State and County declarations for the same.  This declaration will allow the City to be eligible for potential State and Federal funding should it become available.  It also expands the municipality’s legal authority to respond more efficiently to emergency situations.

I want the residents of Selah to know that we at … Read More

Notice of Availability of Environmental Review Decision

CITY OF SELAH NOTICE OF AVALIABILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DECISION:

Application: State Environmental Policy Act Checklist for the construction of a 122-unit town home development, and associated 267-stall parking lot.

Project Location:    Vicinity of Crusher Canyon Rd, southwesterly terminus of Viking Drive, S. 8th St., Enterprise Dr., and Fruitspur Dr., Selah, WA.

Parcel Nos.  181435-43010

File Numbers: CL1-2019-009, ADJ-2019-009, & SEPA-2019-010.

Complete Application: February 18, 2020.

Approvals, Actions and Required Studies: Class (1) Permitted Use and Administrative Adjustment Approval, Environmental Determination, & … Read More

Notice concerning odor throughout community

The less than pleasant smell currently permeating the air around Selah is emanating from the Treetop wastewater lagoons, not the City’s treatment facilities.  The Selah Public Works Director and City Administrator met with the Treetop Chief Chemical Engineer, their lead man at the treatment facilities, on Friday to discuss the matter.  They are struggling to increase the levels of good bacteria in the lagoons in order to properly break down the solids that are the cause of the foul smell.  … Read More

Notice of Class 1 Permitted Use Application, Administrative Adjustment of Development Standards & Environmental Review

CITY OF SELAH NOTICE OF CLASS (1) PERMITTED USE APPLICATION, ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, & ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW

Application: On February 6, 2020, the City of Selah Community Development Department received applications for a Class (1) Review, Administrative Adjustment to the City’s Parking Standards, and State Environmental Policy Act Checklist for the construction of a 122-unit townhomes development, and associated 267-stall parking lot.

Project Location:    Vicinity of Crusher Canyon Rd, southwesterly terminus of Viking Drive, S. 8th St., Enterprise Dr., and Fruitspur … Read More

Notice of Development Application, Environmental Review, Opportunity to Provide Comment & Notice of Public Hearing

CITY OF SELAH NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE COMMENT & NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

TO: Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners, SEPA Agencies

FROM: Jeff Peters, Community Development Supervisor

SUBJECT:  Notice of Application and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review for an Environmental Checklist application for a 42-lot subdivision of 37.65 acres, and additional Environmental Review for the future development of a nine lot Planned Development of 3.5 acres located in the vicinity of W. Goodlander, Lander, and … Read More