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 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.


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Summary of Benefits

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Eligible employees receive the following benefits:

Employee Leave Programs

0-4 years 8 hours/month
5-9 years 10 hours/month
10-14 years 12.67 hours/month
15-19 years 14 hours/month
20-24 years 16.33hours/month
25+ years 17.33hours/month
New hires accrue vacation during the first six months of employment. However, must complete six months of employment before vacation hours are available for use.

Sick leave will be earned at a rate of 8-hours per month. 

10-paid holidays per year plus 1-paid floating holiday.

Medical Insurance Benefit Plan
The Management/Administrative, Teamsters, and AFSCME groups health insurance is through the Association of Washington Cities HealthFirst 250 Medical Plan ($250 individual deductible plan that pays 90% coinsurance after the deductible is paid).  The City pays 100% of the premium of an eligible employee and the first dependent, and 50% of the premium for additional dependents.

(HRA) VEBA Saving Account 
If an employee waives these benefits, the City will contribute $375 per month into a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) VEBA Savings Account in the name of the employee.

Dental Insurance
Delta Dental of WashingtonThe City pays 100% of the premium of an eligible employee and the first dependent, and 50% of the premium for additional dependents.

Orthodontia Insurance
Delta Dental of Washington. The City pays 100% of the premium for an eligible employee and the first dependent. It pays 50% of the premium for additional dependents.

Vision Insurance
VSP (Plan B $0 Copay and VSP® Vision Care). The City pays 100% of the premium of an eligible employee and their first dependent, and 50% of the premium for additional dependents.

Retirement Savings Program
Participation in the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems
Section 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, allowing a tax-deferred savings (No City matching contributions)

City-paid Basic Life & AD&D Insurance
Standard Insurance Company /$50,000 basic life/$50,000 AD&D insurance policy.

City-paid Long-term Disability Insurance
Standard Insurance Company /60% of the first $20,000 of your Predisability Earnings, reduced by Deductible Income.

City-paid Employee Assistance Program ("EAP")
Personal problems are a part of everyone’s life. Some of these problems become too big to be solved alone and can interfere with job performance or with home life. The City  partners with ComPsych to provide around the clock assistance. Coverage includes access to confidential counseling; financial, legal, and supervisory resources; critical incident response; and a robust website.

Call the EAP (1-800-570-9315) at any time, or access web resources by creating an account at (Web ID is: trusteap71)

Optional participation in Section 125 - Flexible Benefits Plan

Health Club Membership (self-pay benefit at a discount)

Wellness Program 


2020 Health Insurance Rate Sheet

AWC HealthFirst 250 Summary
Delta Dental of Washington Plan J Benefit Summary 
Delta Dental of Washington Orthodontia Plan-V Summary
VSP Summary 
The Standard LTD Summary
The Standard Life Summary