Oroville City Hall will close at
noon on Wednesday, November 22, and will be closed, the 23, & 24, for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The City Shop and Police Dept. will be closed November 23 & 24, for the Holiday. Garbage pickup for Thursday will be picked up on Wednesday, and Friday garbage will be picked up on Monday. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
Park Plan Update:
Click on link below to complete the park update survey
The City of Oroville hereby announces its proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation goal of 5.11% for FAA-funded contracts/agreements. The proposed goal pertains to federal fiscal years 2024 through 2026. A teleconference will be held at 8:30 am PDT on July 14, 2023 for the purpose of consulting with stakeholders to obtain information relevant to the goal-setting process. The telephone number for this teleconference is 1-929-229-5346, and the participant code is 225809840#. The intent of the call will be to obtain input from various groups on the methodology of this goal setting and consider any suggestions or changes that may need to be made prior to submission of this goal to the FAA Office of Civil Rights.
Comments on the DBE goal will be accepted for 30 days from the date of this publication and can be sent to the following:
City of Oroville or Federal Aviation Administration
Attn: JoAnn Denney, Civil Rights Staff, ASW-9
PO Box 2200 PO Box 92007
Oroville, WA 98844 Los Angeles CA 90009
Retail Academy Workshop – Online – The Economic Alliance (economic-alliance.com)
The City of Oroville and the Oroville Planning
Commission would like your feedback on the Shoreline Master Plan.
Check out the link below and take our survey.
Oroville's Adopt-A-Park Program is a public service program to beautify our city parks and to create and promote neighborhood and community involvement. The AAP (Adopt-A-Park) program encourages volunteers, with the assistance of the City of Oroville and The Oroville Initiative (TOI), to adopt a park in Oroville for regular maintenance and cleanups.
Volunteers identify safety hazards and freely communicate other issues associated with their designated park. The city provides the necessary equipment for the cleanups and a sign at the chosen site recognizing the volunteer group. The program is suitable for community groups, businesses, churches, scouts, students, individual citizens, etc.
Adopt-A-Park Application: Adopt-A-Park_Program_Packet_.pdf
• Pay online at www.orovile-wa.com
• Mail payments to P.O Box 2200 Oroville, WA 98844
• Call 1.833.699.7831
For other questions you can call 509-476-2926. Staff will be available to conduct business over the phone or email.
This closure will include the use of the Civic Meeting Room located at the Library.
The Economic Alliance website has a page dedicated to COVID-19 Small Business Services and Resources. The following link is to a survey that we need small businesses to complete so we can gather the information to tell our stories AND identify which businesses need our assistance at this time.
Here is the link: http://www.economic-alliance.com/covid-19-resource-page/ .
There will be postings on Okanogan County Economic Alliance facebook page later this week.