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City of Omak | P.O. Box 72 | 2 N Ash St. | Omak, WA 98841 | 509-826-1170

















Omak is located at the foot of the Okanogan Highlands in Okanogan County.  The City of Omak was officially incorporated in February 11, 1911.  Omak has a current population of 4,835.  We have the luxury of large-scale stores, historic downtown shopping, medical facilities, outdoor activities, a strong education system and our signature event, the Omak Stampede.  All four seasons are alive and thriving in our region.  Home is where the heart is and Omak is the heart of the Okanogan.  Come and visit us!



Thank you for visiting our City website! Email any questions to clerk@omakcity.com

The Omak City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities. Hearing, visually impaired or limited english proficient persons or anyone requiring special accommodations should contact the City Clerk one week in advance of the meeting by calling (509) 826-1170 or email clerk@omakcity.com


Cindy Gagné, Mayor


2015 Water Quality Report

City of Omak

We're pleased to provide you with this year's Annual Water Quality Report.  We want to keep you informed about the monitoring, and quality of your water.  Our goal is and always has been, to provide to you a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. Eastside, Northeast, Okoma, and OWP Wells are supplying the City's drinking water.  You can also pick up a hard copy of the report at Omak City Hall, 2 N Ash Street.


The City Council of the City of Omak adopted the Final Budget for 2017
on Monday, December 19, 2016, at the regular Council meeting. 
You can view the budget by visiting the Finance Department page and clicking on the link .  A hard copy of the document can be obtain from Omak City Hall, 2 N Ash Street.  




The goal for the

City of Omak is to

reduce water use by

1% within the next

six years.  Our goal is to

educate customers

about water conservation.  Together we can accomplish this goal.  Stay tuned for ways you can conserve.


City of Omak Public Works Snow Removal Procedures



The following procedures have been established to provide information to the public and establish guidelines for Public Works staff to follow in order to ensure consistent practices for snow and ice removal during and after a winter storm event.


Action Plan:

Snow and ice situations will be handled during normal working hours after the storm has passed unless conditions warrant otherwise. The City of Omak public works supervisors and local law enforcement are responsible for evaluating road conditions and for the call-out and the utilizing of crews under the following guidelines:

 3-inch minimum snow accumulation

Extreme ice conditions

Work with law enforcement on accidents

Complete Snow Removal Procedures

Winter maintenance activities following an overnight storm occurring during the regularly scheduled work week will commence no later than 7:00 AM. Should an evening or weekend storm occur, a partial crew may be mobilized, if conditions warrant providing winter maintenance service on primary roads includes main arterials and hills. Service to all other roadways will be accomplished during normal workweek time periods.


It's time to start thinking about licensing your pet for 2017.  We have included the application on our newsletter this month.  You can also get an application online or at the Omak Police Department.  If you have any questions on licensing your pets, please contact the Police Department at 826-0383. 

Animal Fees

Animal License-Neutered/Spayed                                        $10.00

Animal License-Unneutered/Unspayed                                $150.00

Animal Licenses-Neutered/Spayed-Senior 60 years of age  $5.00

After January 31, 2017 - Late Animal License Fee  $25.00



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The City of Omak Rate Increase for 2017

Water increase of 3%
5/8 to 3/4 meter $30.82 (1,000 cubic feet)
1" meter $36.10 (1,000 cubic feet)
Water usage over minimum $.66 per 100 cubic feet of water usage.

Sewer increase 4%
Residential $77.32
Commerical $77.32 base $6.83 per 100 cubic feet if usage exceeds 1100 cubic feet.

Garbage increase 1%
1 Can Residential  $12.16
65 gallon Residential $17.05
95 gallon Residential $21.37
One Can Commerical $13.08
65 gallon 1x week $17.20
1 yard 1x $74.45
2 yard 1x $106.10

The City will no longer be making shutoff courtesy calls after December 2016. If you have any questions, please call City Hall at 826-1170.