A new project has been added to the Contract Ads and Calls for Bid page. Bids are due June 7, 2016 by 11:00 am at the Lewis County Commissioner's Office, (Lewis County Courthouse, 2nd Floor, Room 210, 351 NW North St, Chehalis, WA, 98532). The Bids will be opened at 11:30 or later.
A new Question & Answer document has been added to the Lacamas Creek Side Channel Reconnection Request for Proposals. The Proposals are due on April 6, 2016, no later than 1pm at the Lewis County Public Works office (2025 NE Kresky Ave, Chehalis, WA).
After the recent flooding throughout Lewis County, Assessor Dianne Dorey, would like to remind Lewis County property owners where and how to file destroyed property claim for the purposes of valuation assessments which will affect taxes.
Property owners who have experienced damage to their structures from flooding or other circumstances can obtain a Destroyed Property form from the Assessor’s Office on the second floor of the Historic Courthouse at 351 NW North St, Chehalis, WA; by accessing the Assessor’s Office homepage at www.lewiscountywa.gov and choosing the form under the “Assessor Pages”; or by calling (360)740-1392. Forms can be mailed or hand delivered to the address above or faxed to (360)740-1262.
After the form is submitted to the Assessor’s Office, a Lewis County Appraiser will inspect the property and determine the current value of the property. Dorey states, “Lewis County Appraisers are easily identifiable: they drive a marked county vehicle and wear a green or orange uniform shirt under their orange safety vest. They will be wearing an identification badge and will leave a business card at the property. If you have any questions about someone being on your property representing themselves as a Lewis County Appraiser who does not have proper identification or uniform, please call my office at 360-740-1392”. Dorey adds that inspections are done according to workloads and routes of her Appraisers.
If you need more information, please contact the Lewis County Assessor’s Office at (360) 740-1392.
Mays Bridge on Leudinghaus Rd will be opening on Thursday, Feb.11th in the afternoon. This bridge is replacing the bridge that was destroyed in the 2007 flood event. The location is near the intersection with Hatchery Rd & State Route 6.
Lewis County Ordinance renewing a moratorium upon establishment or other development of facilities or other uses involved in the production, processing and retail sale of marijuana and related products. Read the ordinance here.