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Approval authorities for scrap metal businesses: Yakima County

Approval by local authorities required

Before you apply for a scrap metal business license, your completed Scrap Metal License Addendum must be approved by local authorities. If your business will be in:

  • A city or town, it must be approved by that city or town.
  • An unincorporated area of the county, it must be approved by that county.

If no approving authority is listed for your city or county, contact your local city hall or county courthouse to ask about scrap metal business approval.

Who to contact

To find your approval authority, choose the first letter of the city or county where your business will be located:

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Robert V. Perales, Police Chief



Don Day, City Manager

Jamey Ayling, Associate Planner



Stanley R. Hall, Mayor


William Rathbone, Community Development Director

Timothy Smith, Fire Chief, Code Enforcement Officer


Union Gap

Stace McKinley, Detective/Acting Administrative Sergeant

Hector Rivera, Detective

Dave Spirlock, Code Enforcement

  • Phone: 509.249.0432



Tracy Rosenow, Police Chief



Steve Osguthorpe, Community Development Director

Jeff Peters, Supervising Planner

Yakima County

Lynn Deitrick, Planning Manager

Steven Erickson, Planning Director

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