All residents must stay at home, unless pursuing an essential activity. The City of East Wenatchee is currently closed to the public, but staff is still available. Visit our LATEST NEWS to learn more about what is going on with the City and visit the Chelan Douglas Emergency Operations Center website for a source of centralized information regarding COVID-19.
The City is working with local partners to provide accurate information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to the public. If you are sick and feel your symptoms might be connected to COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider. If you have any questions about what is happening locally, visit the Chelan-Douglas Health District.
STAY-AT-HOME ORDER IS CURRENTLY IN PLACE UNTIL MAY 4
East Wenatchee City Hall - Updated 3/19/2020
Closed to the public, until further notice.
The City of East Wenatchee has made the decision to close City Hall to the public, so we can do our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Staff will still be working Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 5:00pm, please don't hesitate to call, email or utilize our online services.
City Hall: (509) 884-9515 Building & Planning: (509) 884-5396 City Clerk: (509) 886-6103 Events: (509) 886-6108 | firstname.lastname@example.org Municipal Court: 8:00-4:30pm | (509) 884-0680 | email@example.com Police Department: 8:30-5:00pm | (509) 884-9511 Police After Hours Non-Emergency: (509) 663-9911 Emergency: 911
Washington State - Updated 3/23/2020
Governor Jay Inslee issued a Proclamation on March 23, extended Proclamation on April 2:
tay Home. Stay Healthy. Save Lives.
All people in Washington State shall immediately cease leaving their home or place of residence except: (1) to conduct or participate in essential activities, and/or (2) for employment in essential business services. This prohibition shall remain in effect until midnight on April 6, 2020, unless extended beyond that date. To learn who is considered an Essential Business, please click HERE. If you want to clarify the status on a business or line of work or to petition to be added to the essential list, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The state created a website for all COVID-19 related information, including: Resources available to families, workers and businesses; Health recommendations; Statistics; Emergency actions; And more! coronavirus.wa.gov
Court Hearings and Jury Trials are CANCELED, until further notice.
HOW DO I KNOW IF MY COURT DATE HAS BEEN CANCELED? All hearings through April 27, 2020 have been canceled. Be sure to stay in contact with your attorney. Also, make sure that the court and your attorney has your current mailing address and phone number.
HOW DO I MAKE A PAYMENT? You can make a payment through NCOURT at, www.ewtix.com or 1-877-793-8935--you will need your case number.
HOW DO I FILE A PROTECTION ORDER IF THE COURT IS CLOSED? The court will still be processing Petition for Protection Orders. If you need to file a Petition for Protection Order please call the court and we will work with you to provide you with the forms and/or accept the paperwork.
HOW DO I REQUEST A HEARING FOR MY INFRACTION? You may submit a request for hearing via fax (509-886-6105) or mailing. You also have the option to submit a full written statement describing the circumstances for the Judge to review. The Judge will review your statement and supporting documents and you will receive a written response from the court.
WHAT DATE WILL MY HEARING BE CONTINUED TO? Currently the East Wenatchee Municipal Court is following the Supreme Court order 25700-B-606 and not setting any hearings until after April 24th, or upon further notice. The court cannot give you a new hearing date at this time, only an estimation.
Classy Chassis Parade & Car Show (May 1-2) - Event Canceled, more information to come soon.
What is COVID-19?
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus introduced to humans for the first time.
It is spread from person to person, mainly through the droplets produced when an infected person speaks, coughs or sneezes. These droplets are too heavy to travel far in the air - approximately one meter - and quickly settles on surfaces. The exact time that the virus can survive on surfaces is not yet known.
WASH YOUR HANDS Hands touch many surfaces, which may be contaminated with the virus. You should avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, since contaminated hands can transfer the virus from surfaces to yourself. The most effective way to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus is to wash your hands frequently with an alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
PROTECT OTHERS FROM GETTING SICK When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with the bend of your elbow or use a disposable tissue.
If feasible, avoid bringing large groups of people together, consider postponing events and gatherings.
Stay at least 6 feet apart, if you have to go out in public.
Here is a list of local experts on COVID-19:
Chelan-Douglas Health District | (509) 886-6400 200 Valley Mall Parkway, East Wenatchee, WA