The Town Council is the legislative authority of the Town and has the power to enact laws and policies, consistent with state law, needed or desired to regulate affairs within the jurisdiction of the Town or its service areas.
The Council, comprised of five elected at-large council members, has the specific authority to: enact a town budget; define the duties of Town officers and employees and set compensation; impose taxes and fees; enter into contracts; and regulate the sale and ownership of property.
Regular meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month, at 6:00 pm, in the DeBriae Meeting Room of the Fire Hall located at 255 2nd Street in Cathlamet, WA. If the meeting falls on a state holiday, the meeting shall take place the following day at the same time and place. *Please note: there is no time limit for regular meetings. The calendar on the right requires an end time, therefore, 11pm has been entered.
(Pictured: 2020 Town Council)
ZOOM Meeting ID: 789 428 4989
Liaison positions are individually selected by the Town Council, to which they serve as they eyes and ears and assist the Town by reporting information between meetings and recommending actions that may need to be addressed by the Town or Council. For inquiries, questions or comments, we recommend that citizens contact the Councilmember with the liaison role they are inquiring about, as that will be the Councilmember with the most information on that subject or department. Comments made by the liaison do not represent the opinion of the entire Town Council, Mayor or staff.