Chelan County Public Works will re-open a drop-off brush yard on East Leavenworth Road in Leavenworth to service homeowners and businesses in the apple maggot quarantine area of western Chelan County.
The site, which opens on Friday, April 6, 2018, is located at the Chelan County day pit on East Leavenworth Road, near the intersection of Icicle Road. It will be open once a week; hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays. The site will be closed in November.
Cost is $10 a cubic yard, with a minimum fee of $10. Brush, tree and bush trimmings, garden waste, needles and leaves will be accepted at the new drop-off site. No rocks, dirt, sod, lumber or garbage is allowed.
Chelan County Public Works’ Solid Waste Department opened the site last year after several residents and businesses expressed an interest in having a brush drop-off service available in the apple maggot quarantine area. Brush and yard waste generated in the quarantine area should not be taken to a pest-free zone.
Residents and businesses are reminded that the Dryden Transfer Station, which is in a pest-free zone, does not accept brush and yard waste from the apple maggot quarantine area of western Chelan County, which includes Leavenworth, Plain and Lake Wenatchee. Residents living in the quarantine area also should keep tree limbs and cuttings, brush, grass and homegrown tree fruit out of their household garbage.
Businesses and residents are responsible for knowing where the quarantine boundaries are so they do not transport plant waste from a quarantine area to a pest-free area. The Washington State Department of Agriculture’s website has a searchable map to determine if a specific address is inside or outside the apple maggot quarantine area.
For more information visit the Chelan County Public Works Website.
Leavenworth Community Pool Assistant Managers
The City of Leavenworth, is seeking applications for full-time Assistant Managers for the City of Leavenworth Community Pool for the 2018 summer pool season.
Applicant must be 18 years old with current lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Certification; two (2) summers of pool experience are required and must be available to work April 16, 2018 through September 6, 2018.
The position of Assistant Manager reports to and works with the Pool Manager, will act as a shift lead, supervises staff and clean-up, instructs swim lessons, provides lifeguard duties, checks pool chemistry, responds to emergency situations, enforces pool rules, handles cash, and always maintains a professional attitude and appearance.
The salary range for Assistant Pool Manager is $12.00 – $15.00 per hour depending on qualifications.
To request an application packet, contact the City of Leavenworth at (509) 548-5275 or 700 US Highway 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826 or visit the City’s website at www.cityofleavenworth.com to download this job description and application. The City of Leavenworth is an equal opportunity employer.
Applications will begin the review process on April 2, 2018
Now Hiring: Leavenworth Community Pool Lifeguards
The City of Leavenworth, an equal opportunity employer, is now accepting applications for Certified Lifeguards or those willing to become certified. In addition to applicable certifications, job seekers must possess strong public relations and communication skills, along with the ability to understand and implement all rules related to the facility. Job applications are available at City Hall, 700 US Hwy. 2, from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, via our website at www.cityofleavenworth.com, or by contacting us at 509-548-5275.
Applications will begin the review process on May 1, 2018
The City of Leavenworth, Washington is requesting quotes from qualified contractors for fence removal and replacement installation services at the Washington State Department of Transportation lot located on the NW corner of SR 2 and Mill Street.
View the complete Request for Quotes package.