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Autumn Leaf Parade Street Closure & Detour »

The Autumn Leaf Festival is taking place this weekend in Leavenworth. There will be some street closures throughout town on Saturday, September 26th so plan your travels accordingly:

Westbound Highway 2 will be closed at Chumstick Highway from 11:30 – 2:00 PM. You may detour through town via East Leavenworth Road to Icicle Road during that time. If you do not detour, you will be forced to turn on Chumstick Highway north. There will be no access onto Fir Street.

Eastbound Highway 2 will be closed at Icicle Road from 11:30 – 2:00 PM. You must detour through town via Icicle Road to East Leavenworth Road during that time. If you are a local resident with a picture ID, you will be let through provided you reside within that vicinity of town.

Front Street will be closed during the Parade from 14th Street to Highway 2. Once the Parade is over at 2:00, Front Street will open from 14th Street to 9th Street. 8th Street downtown will also be closed from Front Street to the Alley. The Alley access will remain open.

Check the attached map to review the parade route. All side streets throughout town will be barricaded during the parade, 11:30 – 2:00.

Great Parade folks! Stop and Watch!!


Recycle Center Closed Saturday, September 26th »

The City recycling center located at 216 14th Street will be closed on Saturday, September 26, 2015. There will be multiple street closures set up around the downtown area which will make it difficult to get to the recycling center during the Autumn Leaf Festival and Parade on Saturday. Please call the City at 548-5275 if you have any questions.

 

 


Are you a veteran in need of assistance due to the recent fires? »

The WA Department of Veterans Affairs is working with the Veterans Assistance Funds WA Dept of Vet Afffrom the counties that have been affected by the fires to identify affected veterans and assist in any way that they can. Veterans Affairs is working directly with the County to ensure they get the assistance they need. If you know a veteran or veteran household that has not yet self-identified, this is what you can do to help:

  1. Have the veteran call the phone number below and provide their information.
  2. Get the veterans name, address, and phone number and call the number below to report that veterans information.

Just as a point of reference, if a home is destroyed, unfortunately, the owner is still responsible for the payments to the bank until insurance kicks in and they are able to rebuild. The banks can give a reprieve of up to 6 months of deferred payments, but they do not do loan forgiveness.

For more information, to report a veteran, or to see if you qualify for assistance, please call:

Lourdes E. Alvarado Ramos (Alfie), Director

WA Department of Veterans Affairs

Office:  360 725-2155

Mobile:  360 791-4339

click here for a printable flyer


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