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City business licenses are now being processed through the State of Washington Department of Revenue's Business Licensing Services. To apply and/or renew please go to https://dor.wa.gov/.
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The City Park schedule is as followed:
Bring final settlement statement showing the purchase of the property, driver’s license, and $50 deposit (cash or check) to the Finance Department at 104 B St SW. All utilities remain in the property owner’s name.
Complete a public records request form identifying the request for the police report and include the case number. If you don’t have the case number, please include the involved individual’s full name, date of birth, and as much detail as possible to assist in locating the responsive records.
Utility payments are accepted at 104 B St SW during normal business hours in the form of cash, check, or credit card. If the office is closed, you may place your check payment in the dropbox or make a payment online with the Online Payment link on the homepage.
Submit a complete employment application, which can be found under the Forms tab of the homepage, along with cover letter and resume to the Finance Department at 104 B St SW.
Bring proof of rabies vaccination to the Quincy Animal Shelter located at 213 6th Avenue NE and pay the applicable license fee.
Email addresses for all Councilmembers are located on the City Council page under the Government tab on the homepage.
Please call Consolidated Disposal at (509) 754-2468, to change the size of your garbage container.
Please call Consolidated Disposal (509) 754-2468, to request a yard waste container.
Yard waste is collected every Monday.