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Request for Qualifications: Park Plaza Area/Front Street »

The City of Leavenworth is requesting statements of qualifications from landscape design firms as to their expertise in design, plans, specifications, and cost estimating.

Print full Request for Qualifications here.

Snowmobile Safety Course »

Snowmobile Safety Course

Notice of City Council Meeting Time Change »


Notice is hereby given that the Leavenworth City Council will begin the Regular City Council meeting at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at the Leavenworth City Hall, 700 US Highway 2.  The public is invited to attend said meeting and make comment.

Chantell R. Steiner
Finance Director/City Clerk

Oktoberfest 2015 Wrap-up Discussion with the Public »


Notice is hereby given that the Leavenworth City Council will conduct a public meeting on the “2015 Oktoberfest Wrap-up Discussion with the Public”, on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 6:45 p.m. at the Leavenworth City Hall, 700 US Highway 2.  The public is invited to attend said meeting and make comment.

Chantell R. Steiner
Finance Director/City Clerk

Request for 2016 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Proposals »

City of Leavenworth
Request for 2016 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Proposals

The City of Leavenworth is entering into the annual Comprehensive Plan Amendment cycle and is now receiving requests for proposals to amend the City’s Comprehensive Plan, including the Land Use Zoning Map. For a proposed amendment to be considered for sponsorship by the City Council, submittal is due by December 31, 2015.  Privately sponsored proposals are due by January 31, 2016.  Applications for amendments to the Comprehensive Plan are available at City Hall.  For further information, please contact the Development Services Manager, Nathan Pate, at 509-548-5275, or by e-mail at dsmanager@cityofleavenworth.com, or mail City of Leavenworth, P.O. Box 287, Leavenworth, WA 98826.

Pine Street Open House »

October 27, 2015

Hello City Resident and/or Property Owner,

In February of 2015 the City Council held an open house to begin the design process and to hear public comments on the Reconstruction of Pine Street. This began the conceptual design for the reconstruction of Pine Street. Over the course of the summer the City Council reviewed and discussed various street options, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and road Right of Way (ROW) issues. At the upcoming November 10th, 2015 City Council meeting, the City Council will again be discussing this conceptual design and are asking the public to share any comments they may have on this design. The meeting will begin promptly at 6:30 PM in the Leavenworth City Council Chambers located at the Leavenworth City Hall, 700 Hwy. 2, Leavenworth, WA.

Based on the comments provided at the previous open house and the work of the City Council, the conceptual design includes a 5-foot sidewalk on the south side of the street, a 10-foot multi-use trail on the north side, two 11 foot traffic lanes and an 8-foot parking section on the south side of Pine Street. The concept design also includes a 5-foot area of snow storage/drainage area on each side of the street to allow for passable sidewalk and trail use throughout the year. The 60 feet of ROW required for this design is available in most locations; where it is not, the City will need to work through those issues as the design continues to develop. The conceptual design will be used as the base for moving forward with the project engineering, identifying and addressing ROW issues, and developing the funding program for the project. A drawing of the concept design is on the back of this letter.

While there is much more work to do on the planning and engineering, this is an important step, please join us at the November 10th, 2015 Council Meeting. Besides the engineering, the City is also exploring a number of funding options to make this project a reality. Please contact me with any comments or questions regarding this project.  My number is (509) 548-5275 EXT 124.


Joel Walinski, City Administrator

Pine Street

Open Budget Leavenworth – New Budget Transparency Tool »

Welcome to Open Budget Leavenworth

Open Budget Leavenworth is a user-friendly interactive tool that helps you navigate the City’s current adopted operating budget, as well as explore how local services are provided through the allocation of taxes, fees and utility rates. We hope you enjoy your Open Budget Leavenworth experience and encourage your participation in shaping the City’s priorities.

Open Budget is part of our commitment to improving transparency by providing a guided view through complex financial information.

This site provides a guided view through our budget and provides a transparent look at how we allocate public funds. The charts, graphs, and tables included are all highly interactive and we invite you to explore.

Click here to access Open Budget Leavenworth (information available through September, 2015).

Once you have reviewed Open Budget Leavenworth, please send your thoughts, comments and/or feedback to the City of Leavenworth Finance Department. We look forward to hearing from you.

All of this information is available on the Budget Development page on this website.

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