The East Wenatchee Police Department is currently accepting applications for reserve police officer. If you are interested in this voluntary position, please contact the East Wenatchee Police Department (509) 884-9511. Reserve officers at the East Wenatchee Police Department work alongside officers in enforcing laws and providing assistance to the citizens of East Wenatchee. Applications must be received no later than February 20, 2017. Please visit: www.east-wenatchee.com for more information
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.
Waste Management is committed to providing reliable collection service. We are also committed to the safety of our drivers and customers.
Winter weather conditions may cause collection times to vary. Please leave containers at the street until 5:00 PM.
If weather requires that service be postponed, we will post updates here, and may call customers as needed.