Town Hall

Wilbur’s Town Hall is open to the public Monday-Friday, 9-4 p.m. Closed for holidays. The Town of Wilbur’s utility payment options include: pay in person at Town Hall, the envelope drop box outside the main doors, online bill-pay with a credit card or mail a check through the Post Office. Remember to include account number with payments. For water or sewer emergencies, the Public Works crew can be reached outside regular business hours by phone at 509-647-5821

Council Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.  Meetings are held at Wilbur Town Hall, located at 14 NW Division St. Attendance is available in-person, online or by telephone. Check our website for log-in information.

In compliance with the State of Washington’s new laws for business licensing, the Town of Wilbur is now requiring all businesses to have a license to operate through the Town as well as through the state. Click this link to apply for a license: Washington Department of Revenue | Working together to fund Washington’s future

View the Town of Wilbur State Audit Report

Ordinance 602 – 2022 Budget – Approved

Check this map to see when your street will be plowed.

Snow Plowing Policy

Mayor Statement Regarding Mask Requirement:

On July 7, 2020, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee extended and clarified his Safe Start proclamation until August 6, 2020. Under these stricter guidelines, “individuals are prohibited from entering a place of business without wearing a face covering,” and businesses may not conduct in-person business with a customer unless he/she is wearing a face covering. There are, of course, health exceptions, but the standard set forth by Governor Inslee’s proclamation is essentially, No Mask, No Service.

As a fellow resident and patron of our many wonderful small businesses in and around Wilbur, Mayor Erica Hearrean is aware of the burden this rule places on merchants. It is not easy to enforce a rule that you, as an owner, had no hand in making. It can also be difficult to confront customers who are also your friends and neighbors and demand that they conform to the Governor’s mask requirement.

It is for those very reasons that Mayor Hearrean asks Wilbur residents for their patience and understanding when patronizing local businesses. She encourages everyone who is able, to wear a mask without a fuss and to be supportive of local merchants’ efforts. These new guidelines are not their choice, but they do run the risk of being fined for non-compliance.

We all love our small community and want to keep it thriving and strong both through these challenging times and well beyond. Help our businesses stay open, stay busy and stay healthy – please wear a mask when you go inside. With a supportive attitude we can all get back to “normal” sooner!

Wilbur Mayor Erica Hearrean, July 13, 2020

Mayor Hearrean encourages anyone needing assistance due to the COVID pandemic to please reach out to a friend, a neighbor, a church, or to her directly. It is very important for us to do what Wilbur does best- take care of each other! This is a very difficult and unprecedented time, but we are a strong and supportive community. Let’s adapt and overcome!

“One of Wilbur’s greatest strengths is that we are a small compassionate community and that we care deeply about our neighbors! We will come together in these trying times and we will thrive once this crisis is over!” Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and Stay Home!

 

Easily access Wilbur’s Municipal Code, all Town Ordinances and Resolutions by clicking here.

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