Mailing Address/Email

City of Tenino
PO Box 4019
149 Hodgden Street South
Tenino, WA 98589
clerktreasurer@ci.tenino.wa.us

City Planner
Fred Evander, Associate Planner
Thurston Regional Planning Council
2424 Heritage Court SW, Suite A
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-7575
Fax: (360) 956-7815
evanderf@trpc.org

Chief of Police
John Hutchings

Clerk-Treasurer
Sandra L. Cole
clerktreasurer@ci.tenino.wa.us

Court Clerk
Veronica Barnes

Public Works Director
Dave Dafoe

Utility Clerk
Denise Nelson

Contact Information

Mayor and City Hall: (360) 264-2368
Utility Bill Questions
Building Department
Public Works
Animal Services

Police:
For Emergency Dial 911
For Non-Emergency to Request an Officer: (360) 704-2740
Tenino Police Business: (360) 264-2626
FAX: (360) 264-4578

Fire: (360) 264-4116

Library: (360) 264-2369

Museum: (360) 264-7273

Food Bank: (360) 264-5505

City Planner
Fred Evander, Associate Planner

Chief of Police
John Hutchings

Clerk-Treasurer
Sandra L. Cole

Court Clerk
Veronica Barnes

Public Works Director
Dave Dafoe

Utility Clerk
Denise Nelson

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