We're masking up to reopen Moses Lake and Grant County

 Please join our efforts and wear a mask 

Thank you for your help and support!

Museum Curator Ann Schempp

Ann Schempp wearing a mask to prevent COVID-19 spread

Moses Lake Police Department staff with Frontier Title employees

PD, Frontier Title


Erin Edmonds wearing a mask to prevent COVID-19

Communications & Marketing Specialist Lynne Lynch

Communications Specialist masking up

City Manager Allison Williams, City Clerk Debbie Burke

Admin employees masking up

Human Resources Manager Kerri Fenner

Finance employees masking up

Museum Curator Ann Schempp, Museum Manager Dollie Boyd

Museum employees masking up

Admin Assistant Heidi Merritt, Finance Director Cindy Jensen

Finance employees masking up
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  1. From Crime to the Classroom

    VIDEO: From Crime to the Classroom

    Omari Amili shares his personal story and the difference education made in his life. Read on...
  2. 2019 aerial view of Moses Lake

    Do you have a tourism project or festival to promote?

    Hotel/motel tax funds are available to help boost tourism in Moses Lake. Read on...
  3. Water Shutoff-Marina Drive

    The water is shutoff today, Thursday, September 3, 2020 for an emergency repair. The water is expected to be turned back on later today but the exact time is unknown. If you have questions, please contact Public Works at 509.764.3951.
  4. It is a toilet not a trash can

    Think before you flush

    The Wastewater Division has seen an increase in non-flushable items that cause blockages and pump failures in the City’s wastewater system. Read on...
  5. Census letters to arrive in mailboxes March 12

    Complete the Census to help schools, roads and other public services

    As many of you know, the Census deadline was moved to Oct. 31 in May. News reports now say the cutoff date is Sept. 30. At any rate, you can complete your questionnaire online, by phone, or by mail. Please visit my2020census.gov to begin. Read on...
  6. Take the 2020 Census
  7. Take Census online

    Español/Spanish: Guía en Video para Completar el Censo del 2020 por Internet

    Español/Spanish: Guía en Video para Completar el Censo del 2020 por Internet (Spanish video guide on completing the US Census). Read on...
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