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What airports are in Sherman County?

Wasco State Airport serves Wasco and Sherman County and is owned by Oregon Department of Aviation. The paved runway extends for 3,450 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 1,459 to 1,503 feet, about one mile from Wasco. Find details on the State of Oregon’s Wasco Airport page (FAA). Meanwhile, there also are a … Continued

How do I get Rental Housing Incentive grants?

Sherman County offers four separate ways to receive housing incentives: Rental Housing Development Grant – This grants offers a $10,000-per-unit incentive to people who build new rental units for others in Sherman County to rent. Fill out the Rental Housing Development Application and return to Mid Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD), 802 Chenowith Loop rd, … Continued

How do I reserve a room or multiple rooms indoors?

There are multiple places you can reserve or rent if you’re looking to host a meeting, conference, or special event in Sherman County. The Sherman County Senior & Community  Center in Moro has indoor space available for rent. To apply, submit the Application for Facility Use to Center staff. The Wasco School Events Center, in … Continued

How do I apply for public housing assistance?

The Mid-Columbia Housing Authority gives a preference to “individuals and families who work and/or live in its five county service area” — including Sherman County. Applications are available through the Mid-Columbia Housing Authority’s website. If  you  have  a  disability  that  requires  any  special  materials, services, or assistance, please call  (541) 296-5462  to arrange accommodations.

Is property line or title information available online?

No, currently Sherman County does not have property information available online. However, you can come by the Sherman County Courthouse between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to get titling, zoning, property line, and other information from the County Clerk’s Office or the Assessor’s Office.

How do I change my mailing address?

Postal address change forms are online. If you’re not yet in town, but your mail is, sign up for https://informeddelivery.usps.com/box/pages/intro/start.action to receive scanned images of the mail being delivered to your new address.

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