Maintenance District Information
PLAIN -- A contractor for Chelan County Public Works will be removing hazardous trees Nov. 20-22 along a portion of Chiwawa Loop Road.
The contractor will work from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. over the three days, from milepost 4.6 to milepost 7.25 (Sumac Lane to Chiwawa River Road). Motorists should expect periodic traffic delays of about 10 minutes. Flaggers will be controlling traffic, and traffic will be stopped while trees are felled. Hazardous trees are dead or dying trees that post a potential hazard to motorists.
Chelan County offices will be closed Nov. 23-24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. The Dryden Transfer Station also will be closed Thursday and Friday. It will re-open for regular hours on Saturday.
Information regarding maintenance work occurring in the County maintenance districts for the week of Nov. 20, 2017:
|District 1 (Wenatchee)||
Crews will be doing snow and ice control as well as brushing and mowing throughout the district.
|District 2 (Cashmere)||
Crews will be working to clear ditches near culverts in preparation for winter runoff. They will be removing graffiti on ecology blocks on East Nahahum Road. And they will be doing snow, ice and rain control as needed.
|District 3 (Leavenworth)||
Crews will be digging out behind barriers on River Road and will be brushing throughout the district. They also will be helping with hazardous tree removal Monday through Wednesday on a portion of Chiwawa Loop Road. See above for traffic impacts.
|District 4 (Entiat)||
Crews will be cleaning ditches on Entiat River Road, from milepost 17 to 18. They also will be cleaning shoulders in Mills Canyon.
|District 5 (Chelan)||Crews will be doing snow and ice control as needed as well as brushing throughout the district. They also will be cleaning behind barriers on South Lakeshore Road. Motorists should expect one-lane, flagger-controlled traffic in the work area.|
Need to find out which Chelan County Maintenance District you live in? Click the link below for the districts map:
Maintenance Districts Map
Snow Plow Priority Routes
Chelan County's snow- and ice-control efforts are prioritized to assure vital access is maintained throughout the County. That means school bus routes and major arterials are top priorities during and after a snow event. Local access roads are plowed only after these roads.
The County has many primitive roads. These include dead end roads that don't have a place for plows to turn around or are inaccessible to snowplows. Some primitive roads are not plowed. Others may need to be left unattended until weather and road conditions allow equipment to get to them safely.
Be aware of what type of County road you live on. If you need clarification, check out the Chelan County Snow & Ice Removal Priorities map below.
Red is a Priority 1 Route
Yellow is a Priority 2 Route
Orange is a Priority 3 Route