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11/17/2014 - Local News - Centralia Chronicle
Please click here to view the local newspaper, The Chronicle. . . Read More

4/14/2017 - Notice: Civil Service Commission Cancellation
Please be advised that there will be no Civil Service Commis. . . Read More

4/3/2017 - Fire Hydrant Flushing
Centralia Public Works Water Department employees will begin. . . Read More

3/10/2017 - PRESS RELEASE - CENTRALIA STATION
From:  Rob Hill, City Manager In response to the rec. . . Read More

 

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5/4/2017 - Historic Preservation Commission Meeting
Historic Preservation Commission meets at 5:30 p.m. on the f. . . Read More

5/8/2017 - Parks Board Meeting
The Parks Board meets on the 2nd Monday at 5 PM in Kitc. . . Read More

5/9/2017 - City Council Meeting
The Centralia City Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday . . . Read More

5/11/2017 - Planning Commission Meeting
Planning Commission meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday o. . . Read More

 
Welcome to Centralia – a city mixing an edgy arts and cultural side with a burgeoning amateur sports scene and a charming downtown district. 

Centralia offers hospitality, warmth and many smaller-city advantages.  Spend time browsing the boutiques and enjoying the historic ambience downtown.  Shop the afternoon away at the Centralia Factory Outlets.  Take in a captivating performance at Centralia College’s Corbet Theater.   

Access to Centralia couldn’t be easier, located along the I-5 corridor within a two hour’s drive of the metropolitan areas of Seattle and Portland. 

Plan your visit to Centralia here
 
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Cities 101

Do you know our city works?  Learn more about the value of our city systems through the following videos created by Association of Washington Cities.


SEWERS 101 - Learn how our modern sewer systems work, how they are paid for, and why cities and you should be making a big stink about it.

POPULATION GROWTH 101 - Washington’s population is booming, and much of that growth is happening in cities. Watch this video to learn how many people are expected to move to Washington, and what it means for cities as they budget, plan, and prepare for the growth.

BUDGET AND REVENUES 101 - Watch the video to learn about where city revenues come from, the important city services they support, and that vibrant cities need reliable and stable revenue to fund the many things we love about our cities.

STREETS AND THE CITY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM 101 - Nearly every trip in Washington begins or ends on a city street. Watch the video to learn about city streets and the many important features of the transportation system. As cities grapple to fund priorities, it's critical these important assets are well designed, constructed and maintained for today, and into the future.

PROPERTY TAX 101 - Property tax is the largest revenue source for cities in Washington State. More specifically, it comprises nearly 25% of all city revenue, but on average, cities only receive 13 cents of each property tax dollar paid. This revenue supports critical city services, including police officers, firefighters, streets, sidewalks, and parks.
 

Shoreline Management Plan Update

The City has joined together with Lewis County and other cities to share data, perform the analysis, and developed consistent as possible policies and regulations across the region.  The SMP updates are being funded by a Department of Ecology grant that will be administered through Lewis County on behalf of the cities.  For additional information, please visit the Centralia SHORELINE MASTER PLAN website
 

 


Save the Borst Park Blockhouse

The Blockhouse is a symbol of Centralia's rich history and is a landmark to the community.  Learn more about the rich history of the Blockhouse and preserving it for future generations. 

 


Transportation Benefit District - Sale and Use Tax Levy Information

The Governing Board of the Transportation Benefit District (TBD) of the City of Centralia adopted a Resolution No. 2015-01 concerning a sale and use tax to finance transportation improvements.  This proposition would authorize a sales and use tax of two-tenths of one percent (0.2%) to be collected for a term of 10 years.  This money would pay or finance a portion of the costs of transportation improvement projects identified in the six-year improvement and/or comprehensive plans of the City of Centralia.  Please contact Kahle Jennings, Public Works Director at (360) 330-7512 for additional information.

Enabling Resolution TBD 2015-01
Sales and Use Tax Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Sales and Use Tax Levy Presentation


Expect Your Flood Insurance Rates To Increase

The U.S. Congress passed the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 in July 2012, which calls on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other agencies, to make a number of changes to the way the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is run. The legislation will require the NFIP to raise rates to reflect true flood risk, make the program more financially stable, and change how Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) updates impact policyholders. The changes will mean premium rate increases for some—but not all—policyholders over time.

Changes Coming to the National Flood Insurance Program-What to Expect (Presentation) --> Click here.
FEMA Flood Insurance Consumer Handout --> Click here.
FEMA Handout Changing Risks: Changing Rates --> Click here.
Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (FEMA Website) -->Click here.
Impact of NFIP Changes Handout --> Click here.

BE FLOOD READY
Are you getting ready for the upcoming 2016/17 flood season? 
Here are a few tips to prepare ahead: Be Informed, Plan Ahead, Have an Emergency Kit (checklist for kids, checklist for parents), and Get Involved.  Visit the Centralia's Flood Information webpages for additional information.


 



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