Water Advisory Committee
Mayor Yates will appoint citizens from each of the three main areas of the City to serve on the new Water Advisory Committee. The committee's purpose is to support the water system by sharing information and collecting input in the community. The committee will also include two council members, the mayor, and key city staff members. This will be a standby committee to meet whenever the City studies choices or decisions of a nature that would benefit from this process.
If you are willing to serve, please contact City Hall with your name, address, phone and when you are available to meet: days, evenings or both.
FRIDAY FUN NIGHTS
Third Friday of each month, 6-10pm, Community Center
Youth ages 10 and up
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE
In accordance with the Growth Management Act, RCW 36.70A, the City of Roy will review and update elements of its Comprehensive Plan and its Development Regulations in 2014 and 2015. The city council has adopted this Preliminary Schedule of GMA Update Events and Actions and strongly invites and encourages the public to participate in this process. The public is welcome at all meetings and may also submit written comments.
CABLE FRANCHISE COMMISSION
The Roy City Council is seeking volunteers to serve on the Cable Franchise Commission. The commission reviews the current environment of cable franchising within the state and reports recommendations to the mayor as to proposed rate structures, community involvement and related issues. The commission will dissolve upon completion of the project. Commission members are residents of the City of Roy. Please submit letters of interest to Mayor Yates at Roy City Hall.
Residents within the city limits of the City of Roy:Come in to get your FREE recreational burn permit (Roy City Code 5-1-3.B.2.c.1).
City Hall Office Hours
Closed Thursdays and Holidays
City Clerk office: 8:30 - 4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
Court office: 8:30 - 3:00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and 8:30 - 2:00 Friday