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National Night Out

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Wenatchee’s Memorial Park
6:00 P.M. until 8:30 P.M.

Why a National Night Out in Wenatchee?

The purpose of National Night Out, which is organized in conjunction with various Law Enforcement organizations nationwide, is to inform the public about various Law Enforcement and community programs. Drug prevention initiatives, town watch organizations, or even tips on how to burglar proof your home, are only a few of the educational highlights of a typical National Night Out gathering.

Today, National Night Out draws in over 37 million people from over ten thousand different communities across North America, and the event has changed in other ways, too.

Now, the focus of National Night Out is on bringing neighbors and communities together, with festivals, block parties, cookouts, parades, and various other similar events as common ways for communities to come together on National Night Out. To join in the fun, call the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Jason Reinfeld at 667-6851 or surf around the Net for more information.

Meet the agencies and businesses in the community that help keep you safe at the 2014 National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 5, from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at Memorial Park in Wenatchee.  Learn what you can do to keep yourself, your family, and your friends and neighbors safe.  Free food and beverages, music and prizes!


Complex Fires

Complex Fires

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RED CROSS Shelter   
First Baptist Church, Evans Street, Leavenworth

Fire Information
Phone:  509-888-5160


Flood Control

On October 29, 2013, the Chelan County Commissioners declared their intent to establish a county wide (including cities) flood control zone district (FCZD) by signing Resolution 2013-083.  A Chelan County Flood Control Zone District (FCZD) would be a special-purpose government fund authorized under Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 86.15 to fund flood-reduction projects and programs in Chelan County.  Click here for more information.

Flood Control



ORV/ATV's on County Roads

On October 15, 2013 the Board of County Commissioners passed the resolution (2013-82) allowing ATVs/ORVs on all county roads posted 35mph or less (unless a road has been exempted by the Board of County Commissioners – presently Downey Rd. falls into that category).



About this video

"March 25th, 2013 Wenatchee, WA Diversity Day seeks to educate and promote jobs related to justice to teens and young adults, especially the minority groups within them. People such as police officers and lawyers present to students and have Q&A sessions. Music: Heliograph by Chris Zabriskie"

Diversity Day from Bobby Liu on Vimeo.


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2009 Washington State Energy Code

The 2009 Washington State Energy Code went into effect on January 1, 2011. To obtain a copy of the new energy code, applications, and other helpful information, please go to the following web address.

If you have other questions regarding the newly adopted Energy Code, please contact Doug Lewin or Charlie Lafferty at (509) 667-6225.



Damage Reporting

We currently have the following active incidents. If you have sustained damage to your house, or business, from one of these storms, please visit our Damage Reporting Page.



Chelan Douglas Trends!

A wealth of information about this community exists and it is our pleasure to now bring it to you in this form. We invite you to explore the Chelan Douglas Trends site. Enjoy your visit!



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Chelan County
2000 Statistics:
62,600 Population
34,775 Incorp. Pop.
27,825 Uninc. Pop.
2920 Sq. Miles
663 County Rd. Miles




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