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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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!

 

OMAK VISITOR CENTER WEBSITE

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

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Mayor
Cindy Gagné

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MOSQUITOES

Below is a link to the Okanogan County Public Health website.  This site offers information on Mosquito habitat reduction, personal protection and West Nile Virus.  We hope to educate our community and encourage everyone to take steps to reduce the reproduction of mosquitoes.  

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2013 Water Quality Report

City of Omak

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  To solve the mosquito problems, there is a volunteer committee that has been working for the past year on the formation of a mosquito control program for all of the towns from Okanogan to Oroville.  These volunteers are identifying the areas that need to be included in the proposed district, and will be working with the County Commissioners to place the issue of formation of a Mosquito Control District on the ballot.

 

  Anyone interested in helping with the Mosquito Control District is encouraged to call Omak City Hall, and ask to be included on the list for notification of meetings.

 In the meantime, there are many things each homeowner can do to prevent the hatching of mosquitoes, and improve their own comfort and that of their neighbors.

 

 

 

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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.

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We are excited for the 2nd annual Dog-Only-Swim.  It will be held at the City Pool after the pool season is over.  The event will be on Saturday, August 23rd from 12 pm until 4 pm.  Dogs, bring your owners and come enjoy a refreshing swim, a hot dog barbecue, local vendors, pet photos and give-away prizes.  It promises to be a doggone good time.  A suggested $5 donation will help support the Omak Dog Park. 

  

If you have any questions or wish to volunteer

contact Lew Goebel at (509) 846-1234.            

A Benefit for the Omak Dog Park

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FARMER'S MARKET

The Omak Farmer's Market is held in our Civic League Park every Tuesday evening.  They ring the opening bell at 3:30 p.m. and operate until 7:00 p.m.

The Farmer's Market features locally grown fruit and vegetables along with handmade items from right here in the Okanogan Valley.  The Farmer's Market will run through the middle of October.  

  

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ECONOMIC ALLIANCE

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

 

The Carlton Complex fires started on July 14, 2014 by lightning and made significant runs in many of our communities consuming 256,108 acres and approximately 300 homes in its path and destroying critical infrastructure.  Governor Jay Inslee has directed the state Department of Commerce to release $150,000 from the Governor's Strategic Reserve Fund to support local economies affected by the Carlton Comlplex fire and the subsequent ongoing business related impacts of that event.  The Economic Alliance of Okanogan County has been contracted to administer these funds. 

 

An agency will be contracted to immediately create and launch a County-wide media and communications plan and possibly other services to inform the public that area businesses and attractions are open for business, easily accessible and safe to travel to.  The link to the RFQ is available at www.economic-alliance.com

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