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Kalama City Council meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. (This may change to Thursdays in the near future.)   The agenda is posted on the Friday prior to the meeting date and attached to the calendar here on the website.  All highlighted items on the Agenda have all supporting documents attached, so Click on the item for all the details.  Meetings are currently recorded by public access station KLTV in Longview and broadcast a few days after the meeting.  Hopefully, the City will soon be going to Live broadcast of the meetings on KLTV.


You can sign up online for automatic bill bay and ebills for water, sewer, and garbage.  Bills can be paid on-line with e-checks, debit or credit cards.  There are no fees to the user for utility bill payments.  The City does not accept debit or credit cards at the offices only cash or check.    We just past processing $1 million dollars in on-line payments.  If you need help we can assist you in setting up your account.


Ever need a Notary Public?  There are four notaries at City Hall and as a resident with a Kalama address, the service is free to you.


After business hours, if you have a water issue, no water or a sewer alarm, CALL 911 and they will contact Public Works regarding the problem and get assistance to you as soon as possible.  


If you notice a streetlight that is not working properly, please report it to the Public Works Department.  You may fill out the form online (Find under “I want to”)  or call Public Works at (360) 673-3706.


The Cap Bus stops in Kalama going both south to Vancouver with stops in Woodland and Vancouver and north to Longview and runs about every two hours beginning at 6:50 am southbound and 8:15 am northbound.  Cost is $2 each way.


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  • Do your Children Walk or Bike to School?    Take the Survey Do your Children Walk or Bike to School? Take the Survey

    The Kalama Police Department and the City of Kalama want to learn your thoughts about children walking and biking to school. This survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete. The data will be used to apply for competitive grant funding to improve infrastructure in hopes of increasing the number of children walking or biking to/from school. We will also use the data to develop police sponsored community outreach programs. Click on title for the link to the survey.

  • PUBLIC HEARING - Substantial Shoreline Permit - Port Amphitheater Project

    The Kalama City Council will hold a Public Hearing on the Substantial Shoreline Permit for the Port of Kalama’s Amphitheater Project at 7pm on April 4, 2018 at the Kalama City Council Chambers, 320 N. First. The Port of Kalama proposes this amphitheater project to enhance enjoyment of and access to the Columbia River, a Shoreline of the State. The project seeks to construct an open-air, covered amphitheater, pathway lighting, and irrigation system improvements in the Port of Kalama’s Marine Park. The amphitheater will be available for public and private recreation use in the port. The meeting is open to the public and they are encouraged to attend. Questions can be directed to (360) 673-4561.

  • YOGA CLASSES WILL CONTINUE! Tuesdays - Thurdays Mornings - Wednesday Evening

    Kalama Parks & Rec/Community Education is presenting YOGA classes. Snow make up classes are next week. Drop in and see what it is all about.


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