The City of Oroville
is taking bids for
City of Oroville
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT
Determination of Non-Significance
Date: October 20, 2022
Lead agency: City of Oroville
Agency Contact: Cindy Boyer, email@example.com, City of Oroville, PO Box 2200, Oroville, WA 98844, 509 476 2926
Agency File Number: CP22-01
The City intends to amend the following parts of the City of Oroville Comprehensive Plan: the Growth Management Element; The updates to the plan reflect an effort to revise based on changing conditions, updated data and review of current best available science. The City further intends to amend the Official Controls, Title 18 OMC, specifically refinement of the definitions, update of Chapter 18.02 which contains Critical Areas regulations.
The City of Oroville has determined that this proposal will not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). We have reviewed the Environmental Checklist, project application and appurtenant information. This information is available at Oroville City Hall.
This determination is based on the following findings and conclusions:
- The adoption of the proposed amendments is a non-project action with no development proposed.
- The modification of comp plan text and maps to update Critical Areas text and maps to better reflect current land use patterns, trends and best available science.
This DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2) and the comment/appeal period will end on November 21, 2022. Comments and/or appeals must be made in writing to JoAnn Denney, City Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org, City of Oroville, PO Box 2200, Oroville, WA 98844, 509 476 2926
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.
It's "time" to come together..
Hi everyone! Oroville Streetscape and Oroville Chamber here asking for your help with a project in our downtown! We are excited to announce that an Oroville Town Clock Project has officially been given the go ahead, and therefore it is time for fundraising. Naturally, a town clock would be a useful reference for town citizens, but more importantly it would enhance the central hub of activity providing the town with another “meeting place” landmark…This will be placed in front of Centennial Park, replacing a large tree. Post Clocks are timeless (no pun intended). They first appeared in the US about 1870. Today, the street clock stands as an American tradition. It's a symbol of pride in workmanship, stability, and sense of community. The street clock is both a reminder of our past and will be a legacy for the future. Now, that the clock project is full steam ahead...Oroville Streetscape/ TOI and the Oroville Chamber of Commerce would appreciate any contribution you'd be willing to make. Whether you donate $5 or $500... Every little bit makes an impact and helps offset the costs for this community project, which is to include: - Post Clock - Freight Delivery - Installation - Electrical - Raised Foundation - Landscaping If you prefer to mail a check, please make it out to Oroville Streetscape and mail it to: Oroville Streetscape, PO Box 299, Oroville, WA 98844 (Please write "Town Clock" in the memo) Any funds raised above the clock project expenses will be applied to the projects Streetscape does that beautify downtown. Thank you for your support! Disclaimer: (Photo rendering provided by is only for visual reference and does not accurately show Inscription, final location, landscaping or raised foundation.
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.