The Town of Wilkeson is required to publish an Annual Consumer Confidence/ Water Quality Report. This report has been submitted to the required Washington State Agencies and is available to view now.
If you have questions regarding this document, or if you would like to request previous Water Quality Reports, please call Town Hall, 360-829-0790 or email Clerk@TownOfWilkeson.com
UPDATE: As you may have seen with the fliers at the post office, Council Meetings are being held via Zoom until the suspension on inperson public meetings is lifted. If you are unable to get the Zoom information at the post office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call town hall for the latest zoom meeting call in number as well as passcode if you would like to join the meeting.
We want to assure you that we will continue to do all we can to provide you with clean water and other utility services during this time.
Our employees will be working in areas around the town that are away from the public, to keep with “social distancing” requirements and to make sure the town continues to meet the CDC and State of Washington requirements.
We are doing our part to keep you all as safe as possible. The clerk will be available as usual Monday- Thursday from 7am- 5pm.
We are here to serve you. We ask that each and every one of you do your part to comply with the recommendations of the CDC as well as those set forth by the Governor Inslee.
Stay home and stay healthy. We are all in this together.
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.