The City of Oroville is Prohibiting the Discharge of Fireworks effective July 2, 2021. See attachment for more details. Fireworks_Ban.pdf
The City of Oroville has free face masks for anyone who needs them, stop by city hall
or the police station and pick some up.
In accordance with BOCC Resolution 73-2021 a County Wide Burn Ban is in effect as of June 21, 2021
Oroville's Adopt-A-Park Program is a public service program to beautify our city parks and to create and promote neighborhood and community involvement. The AAP (Adopt-A-Park) program encourages volunteers, with the assistance of the City of Oroville and The Oroville Initiative (TOI), to adopt a park in Oroville for regular maintenance and cleanups.
Volunteers identify safety hazards and freely communicate other issues associated with their designated park. The city provides the necessary equipment for the cleanups and a sign at the chosen site recognizing the volunteer group. The program is suitable for community groups, businesses, churches, scouts, students, individual citizens, etc.
Adopt-A-Park Application: Adopt-A-Park_Program_Packet_.pdf
For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact The Oroville Initiative at orovilleTOI@yahoo.com or visit their website https://www.theorovilleinitiative.com
SIMILKAMEEN SPUR TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED BEGINNING APRIL 19 The Similkameen Spur Trail will be closed beginning April 19 for the majority of 2021, with limited closures in 2022. The closure is due to Okanogan PUD constructing required dam safety repairs and maintenance work on Enloe Dam. There will be heavy equipment use and daily vehicular traffic on the Spur Trail, which is too dangerous to allow public access to occur at that time. The closure will be just before the bridge crossing the Similkameen River. The trail will be restored to its current condition after construction.
Okanogan County Outdoor Recreation Plan and Survey is now available below:
To get to the survey please click on the link:
City of Oroville now has a COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program that customers affected by COVID-19 may apply for and mail to: City of Oroville, PO Box 2200, Oroville, WA. 98844. The Form is below:
Points Consulting is assisting Okanogan County with a Housing Need Study. Below is a letter from the County about what we are doing and why. As part of the project, we are conducting a community survey to better understand Okanogan County residents' housing issues. To take part in the survey, select the link below:
Survey Link: https://cutt.ly/OkanoganCountyHousingNeedsSurvey
Letter Link: Points_Consulting_Housing_Needs_Study_Introduction_Letter.pdf
Due to recent state declarations to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) the City of Oroville office will be closed to the public UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
We ask that customers use alternative methods of payment:
• Use our mail drop in the office door- Please do not leave cash.
• Pay online at www.orovile-wa.com
• Mail payments to P.O Box 2200 Oroville, WA 98844
• Call 1.833.699.7831
For other questions you can call 509-476-2926. Staff will be available to conduct business over the phone or email.
This closure will include the use of the Civic Meeting Room located at the Library.
The Economic Alliance website has a page dedicated to COVID-19 Small Business Services and Resources. The following link is to a survey that we need small businesses to complete so we can gather the information to tell our stories AND identify which businesses need our assistance at this time.
Here is the link: http://www.economic-alliance.com/covid-19-resource-page/ .
There will be postings on Okanogan County Economic Alliance facebook page later this week.