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
FAQ Topic: Transportation
Sherman County Ambulance is used for emergencies only where individuals are taken to the nearest hospital. For rides to medical appointments, as well as to many other locations outside the local area, please contact Sherman Transit for scheduling details.
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS 813.215) prohibit courts from allowing any outcome that would mask a conviction for a commercial driver.
The county transportation department manages approximately 484 miles of county roads throughout the 831 square miles of Sherman County. These same roads are also patrolled by the Sherman County Sheriff’s Office.
If you are convicted of a traffic violation, the court is required to inform the Oregon DMV, and the DMV will put the conviction on your driving record. If you live outside of Oregon, the Oregon DMV will send the information to your home state. If you enroll in and successfully complete the Traffic Diversion … Continued
Read and follow the Impound Release Instructions.
The Finance Department, also known as the Financial Services Department or Finance & Tax Office, provides many services that support all Offices and Departments under Sherman County Government. Services include: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Budget/Audit, and Road Cost Accounting. The Financial Services Department also administers Property Tax Collection and the Resident Incentive Program.
A suggested donation for the Sherman Transit bus into The Dalles, for shopping or personal business, is $5 round trip. Medicaid and Veteran medical appointments are reimbursed to the county through the State of Oregon, and are therefore free of charge for eligible users. Donations are not necessary for those rides but are always welcome. … Continued
Yes, Sherman County’s Community Transit department owns several ADA-compliant vehicles for safe and comfortable rides for those using wheelchairs. Simply mention your needs when scheduling your trip.
Preferably 48 hours. Contact Sherman Transit or Gorge Transit to book your next trip.