City of Bingen

  112 N. Ash, P.O. Box 607, Bingen WA 98605

  Phone: 509-493-2122 Fax: 509-493-1391

  E-mail: bingen@gorge.net

 

 

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Updated 04/24/2014

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Updated 04/124/2014

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Updated 04/24/2013

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Bingen Municipal Code

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Updated 04/24/2014

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2012 Water Quality Report
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Small Works Roster Application - 2014

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2014 - Request for Statement of Qualifications

Small Works Roster Request for Bids

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Request for Proposals

 

Locating Recreational Marijuana Facilities in Bingen

Wheeled All-Terrain Vehicles

The Bingen Skatepark remains closed at this time.
We hope to have the irrigation and landscaping
installed to open the park by April 30th.

Bingen City Hall is closed on Mondays.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
A drop box at the front of city hall is available for utility payments.

SNOW PLOW POLICY

NO BURNING ALLOWED - PERMANENT BURN BAN
This includes fire pits.
Barbecues and small cooking fires (consisting solely of charcoal,  natural gas, or propane) are allowed.

FIREWORKS ARE PROHIBITED IN THE CITY OF BINGEN

Welcome to Bingen, Washington located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. Only 60 miles east of Portland, Oregon, the town site was platted in 1892 by Theodor Suksdorf who named that town after Bingen-on-the-Rhine, Germany. It incorporated in 1924. Three of the area’s largest employers, SDS Lumber Company, Underwood Fruit and Insitu, are located in Bingen.

Bingen continues to thrive and adapt as it has moved into the 21st century. Our new fire hall was dedicated in 2003 and our downtown revitalization project was completed in the summer of 2004. A new community center/civic complex is the next planned update for the City.

Bingen is located on State Route 14 with one of only two Amtrak stops between Vancouver and Pasco. The Columbia River is accessed in Bingen through the Port of Klickitat at Bingen Point. Bingen is a gateway for windsurfing, skiing, snowmobiling, kayaking, hiking, horseback trail riding, mountain biking, and fishing and hunting in the spectacular Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area.

Stop by and visit our small community and the businesses located there.

Page last updated April 24, 2014