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Governor Inslee issued Proclamation 20-23, pertaining to Utility Ratepayer Assistance and Preservation of Essential Services. The City of Quincy is committed to keeping our customers connected to essential services during the pandemic emergency.
Third Avenue SE, from A Street to C Street will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, July 7th for paving. The avenue will reopen Wednesday morning.
Paving is complete and 3rd Avenue SE is now open. Thanks for your patience!
Due to a waterline repair, water is temporarily off on A Street NE from Central to 3rd Avenue. We estimate having the water back on by noon. Thank you for your patience.
Governor Inslee announces "Safe Start - Stay Healthy" order.
Due to the reconstruction of A Street NW, Central Avenue from Division Street to B Street NE will be closed to traffic beginning Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The avenue is estimated to reopen the first week of August 2020. We appreciate your patience during...
Water is currently off on J and K Street SE due to an emergency water repair. Public works is onsite working diligently to get the water back on.
Due to pipe work, we have the following street closures scheduled for Thursday, April 30th and Friday, May 1st:- 3rd Avenue SE, from A Street SE to C Street SE- B Street SE, from 3rd Avenue SE to 4th Avenue SE (closed to thru traffic)
Due to emergency repairs, water is currently off on B Street SE between 3rd and 4th Avenue SE. We are working diligently to get the water back on. Crews are also working on repairing a break on Q Street NW. We appreciate your patience.
CITY OF QUINCYPUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTPosted: March 31, 2020City of Quincy announces changes to operations due to COVID-19 prevention. All City offices will remain closed until further notice.We are looking tentatively at reopening to the public...
*** ATTENTION QUINCY RESIDENTS ***Grant County residents who are at higher risk for severe illness with COVID-19 are being advised by our Health Officer to “shelter-in-place” at this time. This includes those 60 years old or older, and those with...