We have been experiencing some wild weather this year, from sub zero sunny days to multiple inches of snow, lasting over a week. We want everyone to be safe in these unpredictable conditions, including our staff. Town Hall hours may vary slightly depending on weather conditions, and our shop staff workload differs in inclement weather. Please take note of the following numbers, feel free to text or call any of the phones listed below if you need immediate assistance. Please include service address so we can better assist you. As always, feel free to email with non urgent questions, email@example.com
Town Hall: Clerk- Marie 360-601-0412 Mayor Sellers 360-601-0748
Water and Sewer Department: Superintendent- Luke 360-601-2347 Assistant- Mike 360-903-3820
Court will be cancelled today, Feb. 5, 2019, due to the weather conditions. Please call the court office on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 for more details and rescheduled court date. Thank you.
It will extend the trail from the Fire Station to the other side of the Bridge at Davis Street, turning into sidewalk to Ash Street which is the street that leads to the Catholic Church. The parking lot area from the Bridge all the way to the Town Hall Parking lot will be all new. All this work will cause some frustration as parking will be limited. Please understand that this will all be done by mid December and we will have a nice new look in our Downtown Community.
We need your help!
We want people to become involved and register to vote! Now through October, the Pierce County Auditor’s Office is mounting a “500,000 Voters” campaign. They are determined to break the half-million mark for active registered voters.
Voting has never been easier with their new election system. The link below goes to the main election page where you can find a link to register to vote or update your address if you have moved. They also provide the most current election information, including the full text of resolutions, ballot statistics, voters’ pamphlets, election results, and more.
Be a Pierce County Voter!
The Town is now able to sell headstones and cemetery memorials. Call or visit Town Hall for more information (360) 829-0790.
Thanks partly to a grant from the State Recreation and Conservation Office and with a lot of hard work from the local community, Wilkeson is on track to make some major renovations to Roosevelt Park.