Thermal inversions may cause signals to degrade, typically during the fall and spring.
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The Methow Communications District provides:
- Television and radio communications throughout the Methow Valley.
- Provides the power for emergency and cellphone services on McClure Mountain.
- Okanogan County Sheriff
- Twisp Police Department
- Winthrop Marshal
- Aero Methow Rescue Service
- Okanogan County Roads Departmane
- USDA Forest Service
- Cellular One
Methow Valley Communications District is a special taxing district of Okanogan County and
has been in existence for over 50 years.
In 1972 Washington State Law RCW 36.95.100
created our taxing district.
We are a non-profit service entity with a five-person volunteer Board of Directors who are appointed by the Okanogan
The billing amount for
2017 is $20.00.
Please make your check payable to:
Methow Valley Communications District
and send it to:
Okanogan County Treasurer
PO Box 111
Okanogan WA 98840