Town of Twisp COVID-19 Information:
The Town of Twisp remains open for business but offices are closed to the public.
Wagner Memorial Pool:
The pool will be closed for the 2020 season due to Covid19.
Town Council Meetings are still happening each 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 5:30 pm via a conference call. The agenda will be posted on the Town Notices & Agenda's page the weekend prior to the meeting and will have a call-in number to join the call.
If you would like to submit public comment, please do so in writing 24 hours prior to the meeting and send to the Clerk/Treasurer at email@example.com
Committees, Commissions and Board Meetings:
Currently, all meetings are suspended at this time and will resume once the governors order is lifted.
The Clerks Office is currently staffed Monday-Thursday from 9am-5pm. The staff is available by calling 509-997-4081 or emailing each staff member.
Mayor Ing-Moody - firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Kilmer - email@example.com
Amy Grennell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lillian Foster - email@example.com
Water Sample Test kits are available for pick up only. Please call ahead and we will leave them outside for you. Please take your completed samples directly to Okanogan County Public Health.
Utility Payments are due by the 25th of each month. You may pay online using xpressbillpay.com. We also have a dropbox to the right of the front door at Town Hall. This dropbox is checked multiple times a day during business hours. You may continue to mail payments and use your bank's bill pay to send payments.
If you need financial assistance paying your utility bill due to COVID19, please contact
Room One at 509-997-2050 or the Cove at 509-997-0227.
Building and Planning:
Currently, there should not be any building going on within the town limits unless it has been deemed essential by the Governor. There will be no inspections. We are still accepting Building Permit Applications, please call to arrange a time to drop it off. Please note that there could be a delay in processing your building permit due to limited staffing.
The Planner will not be keeping office hours during this closure but is available by email to answer any questions you might have for him. Please email Kurt Danison at firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works Department:
The Public Works office remains open for business but is closed to the public. Their hours are M-F 7am-3pm. If you need assistance, please contact them at 509-997-1311 or by emailing the staff.
Andrew Denham, Director - email@example.com
Lori Rodio, Administrative Assistant - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Twisp Police Department remains open for business but the office is closed to the public. The entrance on 3rd is available for questions during business hours. There will not be any fingerprinting scheduled during this time. You may reach the police department by calling 509-997-6112. Please be mindful that if you call the Twisp PD Office you may have to leave a message and wait for a return call. If you are needing an officer dispatched to you or have an emergency you may dial 911 or contact Okanogan County Sheriff's Dispatch non-emergency line at 1-800-572-6604. To make a payment on a Ticket you may mail us a check or money order in the mail or use the payment dropbox at Town Hall. Please make checks payable to Twisp Municipal Court.
Local Contacts related to COVID-19 Information:
The Town of Twisp and local agencies are working together to bring you the most current information available on COVID-19.
Local Businesses can connect with the Okanogan County Economic Alliance:
Please stay up to date with Okanogan County Public Health:
new Covid Specific page: : https://okanogancountycovid19.org/
Sign up for County Alert Notifications from Okanogan County Emergency Management:
State of Washington Coronavirus Information Page:
COVID-19 Federal Resource Matrix for Rural Communities:
Small Business Grant from U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Emergency Cash Assistance is available - DCAP
Beginning Friday, April 17, some Washington residents can apply through the Department of Social and Health Services for emergency cash assistance to help meet their immediate needs. As a result of Governor Inslee’s emergency declaration in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has approved implementing the Disaster Cash Assistance Program, or DCAP, in Washington state.
This cash assistance is available to Washington residents regardless of citizenship status, and does not require applicants to provide a Social Security number. Eligible households will receive their DCAP benefits for one month in a 12-month period during an emergency. The benefit amount depends on household size, income and need, ranging from a maximum of $363 for a single person to a maximum of $1,121 for a household of eight or more people. Once approved, people will receive their DCAP benefits on an existing Electronic Benefit Transfer, or EBT, card or a new EBT card will be sent via U.S. Mail.
People can apply for DCAP online at WashingtonConnection.org and then call the Customer Service Contact Center at 877-501-2233 to complete the required interview. People can also call 877-501-2233 to complete the entire application process over the phone. Due to much higher than normal call volumes, people are asked to call before 11 a.m. and to keep in mind that the busiest call times are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If you have an interest in strengthening our town and serving our people, the Town of Twisp needs volunteers for the following positions: Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment, and Civil Service Commission. Applicants must be a resident of the Town of Twisp. Please submit a letter of interest or an application (available at Town Hall or online at www.townoftwisp.com) to the Clerk/Treasurer at 118 S. Glover, PO Box 278, Twisp, WA 98856 or email email@example.com
Building Inspector Position Open
The Town of Twisp is seeking to hire a part-time Building Inspector, 8 hours per week at $25.00 per hour. The Building Inspector will administer the adopted building and structural codes for the Town of Twisp, including permit processing, plan review, and building inspections. The Building Inspector is also responsible for interpreting and enforcing adopted codes relating to the construction and renovation of buildings. Candidates must have graduated from high school or have obtained a GED. The position requires certification as a Certified Building Official, Certified Plans Examiner, and Certified Commercial Building Inspector. Applications packets and instructions can be found below or at Twisp Town Hall 118 S. Glover St, Twisp WA 98856. If you have questions please contact Clerk/Treasurer Randy Kilmer – 509-997-4081 or at firstname.lastname@example.org The Town of Twisp is an Equal Opportunity Employer