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Animal Control

The City of Grandview is currently contracting with the Yakima County Humane Society for animal control services. We welcome phone calls for animal complaints of any kind, but please note that anything short of an emergency will be placed on a list to be dealt with when the Animal Control Officer is working. Currently the City of Grandview receives 16 hours of animal control services per week which are spread out throughout the week. The Animal Control Officers days vary every week.

Phone Number: 509-882-2000

Links to Information About: Dangerous Dogs – see Title 6 Grandview Municipal Code

Licensing Your Dog

All dogs over the age of six (6) months of age must be licensed if you live in the city limits of Grandview.  Licenses are obtained at City Hall, 207 West Second Street.  Dogs must be inoculated for rabies within the last three (3) years.  Reminder letters for renewal of licenses are sent out each year on December 1.  The following fee schedule applies:
Spayed or Neutered (signature required)
$15.00 per year $20.00 for renewal after March 31st
Not Spayed or Neutered
$25.00 per year $30.00 for renewal after March 31st
Please contact the Grandview Police Department 509-882-2000 for animal control issues and if you plan to license dogs listed in the dangerous dogs category.
Other Animals:
No other animals require licenses within the City of Grandview, but there are restrictions for livestock (i.e. goats, chickens, etc).  Please see Grandview Municipal Code Title 6 for more information or contact City Hall, 207 West Second Street, 509-882-9200 for a printed copy of the regulation.