• Burn Banhas been lifted

    As of October 24, 2022, the burn ban in Wasco County has been lifted. A burn permit from ODF or Mid-Columbia Fire Rescue is required for burning yard debris or using a burn barrel. Changing fall conditions such as dry periods and variable winds can still create circumstances where fire danger is increased, and we want to remind you to use caution in activities such as debris burning and mowing of dried grass.

  • Wasco CountyNew Property Survey

    Wasco County is considering possible uses for the newly acquired 154 acre property near Chenowith Creek. Participate in this survey to let us know how you would like the property to be used.

  • Wasco Countyis hiring

    Join a dynamic team of people dedicated to serving others! Click on the Learn More button to see a listing of open positions.

  • Tax statementshave mailed

    The 2022-2023 property tax statements have been mailed. Property taxes are due on or before November 15, 2022. Visit the Assessment and Taxation page to get a better understanding of taxes, including videos from the Property Tax Fairy! Also, the Board of Property Tax Appeals (BOPTA) filing period is now open. Visit the Clerk's Office BOPTA web page for more information.

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October

Burn Ban Lifted

As of October 24, 2022, the burn ban in Wasco County has been lifted. A burn permit from ODF or Mid-Columbia Fire Rescue is required for burning yard debris or using a burn barrel.

National Holiday Observance

Wasco County Offices will be closed on Monday, December 26, 2022 in observance of Christmas.

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