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Washington State on Stay-At-Home Order

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 locally and statewide.

 

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.

 

Learn more about local preparation, prevention, quick tips & additional resources, latest news on Coronavirus, canceled or postponed event information, and more. 

The Office of the City Attorney seeks to deliver outstanding legal services to
the City and its citizens by:

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•Providing sound legal advice to City officials to help them achieve their goals,
•Representing the City in litigation, and
•Protecting public health, safety, and welfare by effectively prosecuting violations of City criminal and civil ordinances.

This website is intended to help make the Office of City Attorney more open and accessible to the people it serves and to increase the public's understanding of its work.

 

The City Attorney provides services for the City in three main areas: civil, criminal, and administration.

In civil matters, the City Attorney represents the City in lawsuits and advises City officials as they develop programs, projects, policies, and legislation. Areas of law include torts (claims), governmental affairs, land use, environmental protection, labor and employment, and contracts.

In criminal matters, the City Attorney represents the City in prosecuting traffic infractions, misdemeanors, and gross misdemeanors in East Wenatchee Municipal Court. The types of cases prosecuted include driving under the influence, domestic violence, assault, theft, and driving without a valid license.

In administrative matters, the City Attorney provides human resource services and information technology services.