In March, Chelan County commissioners and a variety of department directors will hold a series of community-led discussions in each of the three districts commissioners represent. Watch for the county to be in Leavenworth on March 6, in Chelan on March 13 and in Wenatchee on March 20. Details are in the story.
Posted: February 28, 2024Read More arrow_forward
Results of the recent Homeless Point in Time Count indicate a 16.5 percent increase over last year in the number of people living unsheltered – out of doors or in a place not meant for habitation – and a nearly 8 percent decrease in the number of people living in shelters or temporary housing. Read more to get the details on the information collected.
Posted: February 06, 2024Read More arrow_forward
Grants applications for capital improvement projects related to tourism are due by March 15 to the Chelan County Lodging Tax Advisory Committee. Read for more details and to download the application. A total of $420,000 is available this year.
Posted: February 01, 2024Read More arrow_forward
At its Jan. 2 board meeting, Chelan County commissioners gave a burst of additional diversion dollars to the Wenatchee Rescue Mission after the nonprofit depleted its one-time financial assistance funds it provides to people teetering on a housing crisis.
Posted: January 04, 2024Read More arrow_forward
Board of County Commissioners is responsible for the overall administration of Chelan County government. The Board is comprised of three officials elected from designated County districts. The Board’s duties include adopting and enacting ordinances and resolutions, levying taxes, establishing County policies, and conducting general administration of the County. As the County’s legislative authority, the Board is responsible for adoption of the annual budget, provision and maintenance of public facilities, construction and maintenance of County roads, development and implementation of planning and zoning policies, appointments to advisory committees and boards, and holds the authority to develop and implementvarious laws and ordinances.
It is important for you to know that life in the country is different from life in the city. County governments are not able to provide the same level of service that city governments provide. To that end, we are providing you with the following information to help you make an educated and informed decision when choosing to purchase rural land outside the boundaries of incorporated cities. Click on Code of the West to read more.
Posted: 12/12/2014 12:56 PM
Last Updated: 01/29/2019 04:21 PM