Photo courtesy of the Twisp Chamber of Commerce A conceptual rendering of a new Twisp civic building/EOC that would replace the current town hall on Glover Street. Capital budget request would move project forward Twisp Mayor Soo Ing-Moody traveled to Olympia last week to lobby state legislators in support of funding for the town’s planned […]
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Construction of a new civic building in Twisp is looking unlikely this year due to a delay in processing a federal grant application for $1.25 million, Mayor Soo Ing-Moody told the Twisp Town Council last week. The town had submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for the grant, which would support […]
Forest thinning, tree planting, and a new civic building and sports complex in Twisp can finally get moving again with the adoption last week of a capital budget by the state Legislature.
Twisp’s civic building project has been awarded $750,000 through the federal Community Development Block Grant program.
Town officials are developing plans to replace town hall on Glover Street with a civic building that will …
The Town of Twisp broke ground last week on a new public works building that will house the town’s public works equipment and vehicles, and provide an office for the department.
The new facility is being built at the end of Riverside Avenue, adjacent to the town’s wastewater treatment plant.
To make room for construction of a new civic building, the Twisp Town Council approved closing a portion of Third Avenue next to the building.
The council approved vacating a portion of Third Avenue on Monday (March 27) after receiving an analysis of parking from consultants.
A public hearing on a proposal to vacate part of Third Avenue next to Twisp Town Hall is scheduled for Feb. 14 at 5:30 p.m. during a Town Council meeting. The Twisp Council set the date to hear public comment on a proposal to close the north half of the street, adjacent to Town Hall, […]
Local residents got a close-up look at plans for two major projects in Twisp — revitalizing the downtown core to attract more visitors; and replacing the cramped, worn-out town hall with a new civic building — during …
Voters can vote — without a postage stamp — now that a new ballot drop-box has been installed in front of Town Hall in Twisp. The drop-slot on the box will be unlocked on Friday (Oct. 21) and locked at exactly 8 p.m. on Election Day. During the election period, the box will be open 24 hours a day.
Preliminary plans for a new civic building in Twisp propose extending the building into a portion of Third Avenue next to the current Town Hall and closing the street to vehicles.
In addition to providing space for Twisp’s administrative offices and police department, the civic …