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Staff will calculate the building permit fee for you, but if you want a general idea of the cost, see the Building Permit Fee Guide.
For utility locates prior to a digging project, call the One-Call Utility Notification Center at 1-800-424-5555, or enter your service request online. One call utility location (Call Before You Dig)
Moses Lake Intersection SafetyEnhancement Program Payment CenterPO Box 76886Cleveland, OH 44101-6500
If the vehicle was not in your Care, Custody, or Control, please follow the instructions on the back of the infraction and mail in your response.
If you would like to contest the infraction, please send in the coupon as instructed and you will be sent a Notice of Hearing for your scheduled hearing date.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Teri Oliver, Moses Lake Police Dept. at (509) 764-3888.
Please refer to the websites of the following organizations. While they do not provide appraisals, they do maintain directories of members and their appraisal specialties:
Appraisers Association of America
American Society of Appraisers
International Society of Appraisers
Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America
Runoff carries pollutants like oil, grease and heavy metals from vehicles, chemicals and animal waste from lawns, and physical debris like soils and trash into our waterways and wetlands, compromising the health of our watershed. Urban runoff is the leading source of water pollution in Washington State.
In areas of smaller annual rainfall like the Columbia Basin, pollutant load can be even greater because pollutants have a greater time to collect and concentrate on surfaces between storm events.
Contact us at (509) 764-3951, Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For issues after hours or on weekends/holidays, please contact MACC Dispatch at (509) 762-1160.
To minimize or prevent flood events, follow these easy three steps:• Know where the storm drains on your street are• Keep leaves and snow clear of drain grates• Call us when you observe a problem
A stormwater utility is a special assessment set up to generate funding specifically for stormwater management. Businesses and residents within the City of Moses Lake pay a stormwater fee, and the revenue collected directly supports maintenance of the existing storm drain systems, development of drainage plans, water quality programs, and funds major capital expenses. The funds pay for the ongoing and routine maintenance of the drainage system, major capital expenses for new storm sewer construction, and EPA Phase II stormwater permit requirements.
If you are a property owner or property manager you need to complete and submit a Property Owner Utility Services Request. Valid government issued photo ID is required. If you are requesting services remotely the form will need to notarized. The original notarized form is required, no photo copies.
If you are a tenant, you will need to complete and submit a Tenant Utility Services Request (completed by tenant) and a Utility Services Waiver (completed by property owner or manager).Valid government issued photo ID is required. If you are requesting services remotely the form will need to notarized. The original notarized form is required, no photo copies. The account will not be put into your name until both forms are received by out Utility Department.