Informational Meeting for the
2018 Draft Water System Plan
The City of Oroville has submitted the 2018 Draft Water System Plan (WSP) to Washington State Department of Health for review. Per the Washington State Administrative Code (WAC 246-290-100) the City is holding an informational meeting for the water system consumers to provide an opportunity for the public to comment on the WSP. A copy of the WSP may be found at City Hall for those who wish to review the WSP prior to the meeting. See below for more details:
You are invited to attend the public forum on:
Tuesday, October 16th
Oroville City Council Chambers
1308 Ironwood Street
City of Oroville
The City of Oroville is now accepting applications for a part time Billing Clerk position. Responsibilities include performing airport hangar billings, receiving and processing utility receipts and utility work orders, processing business registrations, telephone reception, website postings, serving as the Civil Service Secretary and other general office tasks as assigned. Good public relations, proficient computer, keyboard and calculating skills required. Position consists of 100 hours per month plus Civil Service Commission monthly meetings and annual testing event. Starting wage is $14.50 per hour plus benefit package.
Applications may be secured at the Oroville City Hall, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday or may be downloaded from the City's website at oroville-wa.com. Application, cover letter and resume must be returned no later than 4:00 pm, Friday, October 26, 2018. The City of Oroville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Contractors and Vendors Lists
As authorized under RCW 35.23.352(2), and RCW 35.23.352(8), the City of Oroville is updating their Small Works Roster, consisting of contractors interested in performing work for the City of Oroville which is estimated to cost less than $100,000 and their Vendor’s List, consisting of vendors interested in providing supplies, materials, equipment or services between $7,500 and $15,000 through telephone and/or written quotations.
In awarding contracts for such projects, the City of Oroville shall invite proposals from all appropriate contractors or vendors who have requested to be included on the Small Works Roster and/or Vendors List, and shall select the lowest responsible bid.
All contractors and vendors, where required by law, must be properly licensed or registered in this state.
The City of Oroville actively seeks participation by minority or women owned firms who otherwise qualify.
Individual Assurity Bonds acceptable.
Forms may be secured at the Oroville City Hall or by calling 509-476-2926.