Featured News & Announcements
The Board of County Commissioners is currently accepting applications for use
of hotel/motel lodging tax funds for the 2015 budget year from organizations
whose programs or activities promote tourism in the unincorporated Lewis County area.
Read Details and Download the Application →
Looking for the agenda items to a past or upcoming Lewis County meeting? The BOCC has launched a new webpage allowing easy browsing of current publicly listed meetings and their agenda items. Visit the agenda meetings page now →
The Watershed Planning Unit was established to ensure adequate water for the future needs of our communities, homes, businesses, industry and agricultural while protecting flows for salmon and steelhead. Comments are being requested through email or during the public meetings by April 30th. Download the The March 2014 Public Review Draft - Factsheet to learn more →
As part of the Lewis County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), we want to hear
what you think! Now through April 6, please take five minutes to weigh in on some of
Lewis County’s most pressing issues by taking the community health survey.
Results will be used to help identify and address the most important health issues
in Lewis County. Your opinion is important!
Access the Survey Here →
Lewis County is requesting bids to provide a new Road Maintenance
Shop at 8911 US Hwy 12, Randle. Bid documents, plans and specification
may be found here.
Download the Preliminary Bid Results (Added 3/11/2014)
The Group B Water System Committee reviewed WAC 246-291 (Rule) that becomes effective January 1, 2014. What follows is a Summary of the major changes in the Rule and the Committee’s proposed revisions that are recommended for adoption into a local county code. Read More / Download Documents →
The Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority has recently completed final installations of an advanced flood awareness Early-Warning System (EWS) for basin residents. The system provides real-time access to flooding data, information and maps, as well as rain, stream, reservoir, wind, temperature, and other weather information. The site can be accessed at www.chehalisriverflood.com.