“Civic Design” volunteers primarily work on improving the physical appearance of the City, especially it’s traditional downtown, by enhancing and capitalizing on its best assets and creating an inviting atmosphere. Some of the important tasks these volunteers help with include: Enhancing … Read more…
This document addresses common Frequently Asked Questions regarding annexation within the City of White Salmon. It is not intended to address individual land use issues or rights upon annexation. If you have specific questions or concerns, you should consult a legal advisor. Rates and charges are subject to change.
This 1973 tourism development plan, written by Judith M. Brown for United Telephone Co. of the NW, is quite a good read of a vision that then seemed so clear. The report identifies many tourism-related issues that are still relevant and many others that seem totally unrealistic in 2010.
A DRAFT Comprehensive Plan for the future development of White Salmon.
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The City of White Salmon is comfortably situated on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River at an elevation of 550 feet. The city takes it name from the nearby White Salmon River, which was named by the Lewis and Clark Expedition when they observed the river teeming with salmon whose color had turned white after spaw