As a resident of East Wenatchee I have a suggestion seeing as we have no choice but to have that roundabout by Safeway. I think you should put those lights around the yield sign because people don’t seem to know how to yield or understand what that sign means so maybe if you draw attention to it people might research it and follow the rules of the road.
thank you for keeping the wings and wheels going for 13 years- it is good to see such a family event and to see so many youth helping out in booths. The community support really shows with the many booths and prizes handed out. It is also nice to have a large park to host all the cars as well. Great Job. Looking forward to next years
HIGHLINE DRIVE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS
SEPT 1, 2017-SEPT 24, 2017
The Contractor is completing road work between 1st ST SE and 3rd ST SE as well as installing deep stormwater utilities across 3rd ST SE
Expect delays throughout the weeks of September 11th through September 24th due to temporary detours. The section of road between 1st ST SE and 3rd ST SE will be periodically shut down for completing road work.
There will be a new detour set up from Sept. 18 through Sept 20th for stormwater work in 3rd St. Traffic will detour to Grant Road and Kentucky Ave. Paving on Highline Drive between 1st ST SE and 3rd ST SE is scheduled for the week of September 25th.
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.