CITY HALL HOURS:
City Hall is closed to the public due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Please contact City Staff by phone or email.
Tuesday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
No Holiday closures in March
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Information and applications for a new community development block grant that offers rental, utility, and mortgage relief.
Current information on local cases, spread, and response
Map of streets to be plowed and information on what to expect with winter weather.
Klickitat County Emergency Management utilizes a mass notification system designed to keep you informed in the event of an emergency. Register for emergency notifications and connect with the Klickitat County Department of Emergency Management.
Exceptions are made for charcoal and gas barbecues. Agricultural burns must have a permit from the WA Department of Ecology. Absolutely NO fireworks are allowed within Bingen City Limits.
Add your voice to the quiet zone Committee's application for a railroad quiet zone in Bingen!
Declaration of Diversity
Bingen City Council signed a Resolution declaring Diversity and Inclusiveness in an effort to promote tolerance and respect.
Click here to read in english
Haga clic aquí para leer la declaración en español.
Updated 12/27/2020 at 8:30 AM
Information on the natural gas outage in Bingen caused by a vehicle accident
Information regarding the emergency response and steps taken to resolve the issue.
Located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge, Bingen is only 60 miles east of Portland, Oregon. The town site was platted in 1892 by Theodore Suksdorf who named the town after Bingen-on-the-Rhine, Germany. It incorporated in 1924.
Bingen continues to thrive and adapt as it has moved into the 21st century. Three of the area’s largest employers, SDS Lumber Company, Underwood Fruit and Insitu, are located in Bingen. 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 can be accessed 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 businesses.