Republic, Washington is a city with an early 1900s look and a heritage based in the mining and logging industries. Founded by gold prospectors, and originally named Eureka Gulch, Republic had a population of 1,073 in 2010. Noted for its fossils, natural beauty and recreational possibilities, it is nestled in a valley between Wauconda and Sherman Passes at the intersection of Washington State Routes 20 and 21 in the north central part of the state.
“We have air you can’t see and water you can’t taste.” Fred W. Bremner, Former Republic City Council Member
The Television Association of Republic webcam at the police station on Clark Avenue is now viewable. The picture refreshes every ten minutes. Use the link in the menu to the left, or click here to view Republic on camera.
The City's annual water quality report is now available to the
Click here to view a PDF copy of the report.