News & Announcements

Special Council Meeting - Proposed Revenue Sources Hearing - November 23rd, 2021

Special Council Meeting - Final Budget Hearing Dec 1, 2021 @ 6:00 PM

Utility Relief Program Expanded

THE CITY OF DAYTON HAS EXPANDED THE ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UTILITY DISCOUNT PROGRAM FOR LOW INCOME SENIORS & LOW INCOME DISABLED COMMUNITY MEMBERS.

To qualify, applicants must:

  • Reside in a residential dwelling unit serviced by the City of Dayton for water and/or sewer utilities; and,
  • Be a person whose name appears on the utility bill; and,
  • Be 62 years of age or older OR is permanently disabled and can provide proof of such disability; and,
  • For 50% off utility rates - have an annual household income at or below 125% of the 2021 federal poverty level indicated; or,
  • For 20% off utility rates - have an annual household income between 125.01% - 150% of the federal poverty level guidelines.

The City of Dayton has partnered with Blue Mountain Action Council to assist in the facilitation of this program. For additional information, please contact Dayton City Hall at 509-382-2361 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Street Closure - 2021 All Wheels Weekend

The City Council has authorized the following street closure:

Applicant:  Chamber of Commerce
Event: 2021 All Wheels Weekend
Dates: June 18 - 20, 2021
Details: Click here to see the impacted streets and detour routes.

2021 Capital Improvement Projects Announced

View Capital Projects for more information. This page will be updated with dates as soon as they are determined.

These projects were approved by the Dayton City Council and have been budgeted for in the 2021 Budget

We Want You!

2021 Commission Vacancies

Flood Preparedness

As we approach February, with the Flood of 2020 still fresh in our minds, the City finds it necessary to notify area residents of the resources available on the City's website.

For information, and for guidance on what to do pre-, during, and post-flood event, consider reviewing the City's publication titled Flood Preparedness

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