The City of East Wenatchee has (2) full-time job openings in our Street Department.
For information, please visit: www.east-wenatchee.com under job openings.
2017- Maintenance Worker
2018 Maintenance Worker/Mechanic
Deadline to submit application is December 18, 2017 @ 5:00pm
CITY OF EAST WENATCHEE
Office of the Mayor
271 9th Street NE * East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Phone (509) 884-9515 * Fax (509) 886-6233
East Wenatchee Gateway Project
You are Invited!
You have probably noticed a big change at the corner of Valley Mall Parkway and 9th Street NE. The City seized an opportunity to accelerate the Gateway project schedule by completing the demolition of the existing buildings this year. Having a blank slate really helps to visualize what our new public space can look like.
SCJ Alliance will be presenting the final design layout of the park/trail head to the East Wenatchee City Council at their meeting on December 12, 2017. This will be an opportunity for the Council and community to preview the major components and design features for this exciting local project.
• Meeting Date, Time & Location:
December 12, 2017 starting at 6:30 PM
East Wenatchee City Hall
271 9th St. NE
East Wenatchee, WA
The City of East Wenatchee is led by an elected Mayor and City Council. The Mayor’s Office includes the Mayor and an Executive Secretary.
Serving as the highest elected official in the municipal government, the Mayor holds administrative authority, including veto power. As such, the Mayor provides the necessary leadership and direction to implement the goals and strategies of the City. East Wenatchee’s Mayor takes a proactive approach to representing our area to other local governments, regional organizations and federal and state representatives.
How to Prepare your vehicle for a Winter Storm
Checklist for winter travel.
Post Date:12/01/2017 9:57 a.m.
Minimize travel, but if travel is necessary, keep the following in your vehicle:
Cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries.
Windshield scraper and small broom
Battery-powered radio with extra batteries.
Flashlight with extra batteries.
An Emergency supply kit
Extra hats, coats, mittens, and blankets .
Small sack of sand for generating traction under wheels and a set of tire chains or traction mats
There are steps you can take in advance for greater wintertime safety in your car.
Have maintenance service on your vehicle as often as the manufacturer recommends. In addition, every fall, do the following:
Have the radiator system serviced or check the antifreeze level yourself with an antifreeze tester. Add antifreeze as needed.
Replace windshield-wiper fluid with a wintertime mixture.
Replace any worn tires, make sure the tires have adequate tread, and check the air pressure in the tires.
Keep your car fueled and in good working order. Be sure to check the following: