This office accepts all legal service for the City and the Mayor. City Hall answers questions or make referrals to the correct department/person. It processes all the city licensing (dog, business, landlord), park and community center reservations and payments, utility billing and discounts, receipts (accounts receivables), invoices (accounts payable), and payroll. Personnel take minutes and process action items of meetings; and organizes and processes contracts, resolutions, and ordinances.
Animal Licensing | Business Licensing | Cemetery | City Council Documents | Employment
Interlocal Agreements and Contracts | Municipal Code | Property Assessment | Property Tax |
Public Records Requests | Utility Services | Yard Sales
Information on water, sewer, garbage and utility taxes as well as landlor licenses - Utility Services
For after hours emergency calls regarding Sewer or Water problems, please call (509) 877-3161.
Yard sales are a good way to help your community and yourself by recycling your unwanted items. (WMC Chapter 15.12)
There is no form that needs to be completed. You just need to give the City Clerk's office the address of the yard sale and the dates of duration when you pay the $2.00 fee.
The City hopes you have a very successful yard sale!
You can now Pay for your Yard Sale Permit Online
The City of Wapato welcomes new entrepreneurs. Visit the Business Licenses page for informatoin on the process of applying for a Business License.
Reservation Community Memorial Park is located within the City of Wapato. Visit the Reservation Community Memorial Park page for information on the location, Funeral Information, Visiting the Cemetery and Researching Family members who may be buried there.
See the Agendas and Minutes page to view records of City Council Meetings and Work Sessions.
Visit the Employment page for information on any current openings at the City of Wapato for staff positions or volunteers.
A dog license is required for all dogs residing within the City of Wapato. Applications for a Dog License can be made at Wapato City Hall. Licenses are not required for cats.
View all interlocal agreements and contracts currently in force in the City on the Agreements and Contracts page.
Visit the City of Wapato Municipal Code page.
Property taxes are billed and paid through the Yakima County Assessor's office.
Property taxes are billed and paid through the Yakima County Treasurer's office.
The City strives to provide the fullest assistance possible for all Public Records Act requests, see the Public Records Requests page for more information and forms.
The public is invited and encouraged to all open public meetings of the City Council Regular and Work Session meetings. Both meetings are held at City Hall Council Chambers, 205 E Third Street, Wapato, WA. City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm.Council Work Sessions are informal and informational. They are just before City Council meetings starting as early as 6:00 pm.