Dayton Swimming Pool Opening June 14, 2017

The Dayton Swimming Pool is scheduled to open June 8, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.

Shorelines Substantial Development Permit - Dayton Dog Park


Applicant:                  Friends of Dayton Dog Park

Project Description: Fencing of a 0.6 acre area for use as a public dog park. 

    Location:                    Within City Park, 500 feet south of the intersection 

                                    S. 2nd St. with School Bus Lane, and 40 feet east of the Touchet River

Levee paved path, Dayton WA   


   Application Notice:  February 8, 2017

Comment Deadline: Must be received by 3:45 pm on March 13, 2014

Review & Public Comment:  See attached notice and application.  In addition,

this application is available for review at City Hall. Monday-Thursday during

the hours of 9am – 4 pm.  Contact Karen Scharer, Planning Director should you

have questions:  Phone: 509-540-6747  or Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • See notice & application here


The City Clerk-Treasurer Department serves as the chief advisory department to the legislative body, administration, and department staff on all municipal financial matters, provides leadership in the development of long- and short-term goals, including the city budget, and makes recommendations to the city council for action. 

The Department is primarily responsible for reporting the financial status of the city through the preparation of the monthly and annual financial statements and budgets. These employees play many roles and serve several varied functions, not only for the public, but for the municipality as well.  Some functions of the department also include:           

  • Billing and collections of revenues for utilities and the cemetery;
  • Preparing the bi-monthly payroll and associated reporting to state and federal agencies;
  • Annual budget preparation and continued monitoring of the financial status of the City
  • Preparation and processing of city vendor payments;
  • Billing and collection of business and occupation, gambling and utility taxes;
  • Processing and collection of animal license fees and fines;
  • Preparation of council agenda packets and meeting minutes;
  • Finalization and publication of all ordinances and resolutions;
  • Central repository of city government records;
  • Central depository for all city funds and responsible for investment of cash reserves;
  • Utility accounting to include job costing, inventory control, collections and tax reporting;
  • Receive and fulfill public records requests as prescribed by the Revised Code of Washington


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