Pine Street Reconstruction Phase I Project
Please come out and join us for a Ribbon Cutting on
Thursday, September 26, 2019
at 5:00 PM
at the intersection of Pine Street & Titus Road
The Pine Street Phase I: Ski Hill Drive to Titus Road Reconstruction Project was identified as a City Priority Project in 2008. The project included demolition, grading/prepping of the unimproved section of the roadway/ROW, and new installation of curbing, drainage, sidewalks (south side), 10’ wide pedestrian trail (extension north side), utility improvements/ extensions, bulb-outs, crosswalks, and new asphalt.
Thank you to our funding and project partners!
Cascade School District
$200,000 has been provided by Cascade School District for frontage improvements through a Development Agreement with the City.
Chelan Douglas Transportation Council
$705,000 has been provided by a Federal Highway Program Block Grant Award via the Chelan Douglas Transportation Council (CDTC) and administered by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).
Transportation Improvement Board
$250,000 has been provided by a Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) Complete Streets Grant Award and a $550,000 Small City Arterial Street Program Grant.
Transportation Benefit District
$537,144 was provided by the City from the Transportation Benefit District (TBD). Funding for the utility improvements through the City’s Water and Sewer funds.
Prusik Investments, LLC
Prusik Investments, LLC provided the construction of a portion of the roadway and walking path as a condition by the City for the annexation of the Pine Grass Development.
Engineering, design, and project management was provided by TD&H Engineering of Spokane, WA.
Chelan County, WA
The initial project scoping and design was a joint venture between Chelan County and the City of Leavenworth. At the beginning of this project, the north side of Pine Street was owned and maintained by Chelan County.
Construction services provided for the reconstruction of Pine Street; Ski Hill Drive to Titus Road.
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Request for Proposal
Solid Waste, Recycling, and Organics
Waste Assessment Study for the Commercial Sector
Notice is hereby given that the City of Leavenworth, WA is seeking proposals from firms to provide a comprehensive study and assessment of the solid waste, recycling, and organics waste material generated within the City’s Commercial Districts. The selected firm will be responsible for developing and providing services in accordance with the scope of services outlined in the proposal.
The detailed Request for Proposal and Addendum No. 1 may be obtained by accessing it on the City’s webpage at: www.cityofleavenworth.com or by contacting City Hall at (509) 548-5275. The City will begin a review and selection process of proposals received on September 13, 2019 and continue until the selection is made. Proposals will be accepted until the position is filled.
Proposal submission deadline is Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 3:00 PM
Questions regarding these services should be directed to:
Joel Walinski, City Administrator
City of Leavenworth
(509) 548-5275, Ext. 124
CALL FOR BIDS
City of Leavenworth
Wastewater Treatment Plant Grit Removal System – Removal / Replacement
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City of Leavenworth City Clerk until 2:00 PM on August 16, 2019, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud.
The detailed Bidder’s Packet and Addenda Numbers 1 – 4 may be obtained by accessing it on the City’s webpage at: www.cityofleavenworth.com, downloading it from this notice, or by contacting City Hall at (509) 548-5275.
Bid proposals may be sent by mail, or hand delivered, to the City Clerk at City of Leavenworth, City Hall, PO Box 287 / 700 Hwy 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826, prior to the opening. The envelope shall be plainly marked with “SEALED BID for the City of Leavenworth – Wastewater Treatment Plant Grit Removal System” and shall clearly indicate the name and address of the bidder. The bid opening will take place at the City of Leavenworth, City Hall, 700 Hwy 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Proposals received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered.
The improvements for which bid will be received are generally described below:
The work performed under this contract consists of all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to remove and dispose of the existing PISTA grit system and replace in kind (or approved alternate) as per drawings and specifications provided.
Bids must be completed on a lump sum and unit price basis as indicated on the BID PROPOSAL, and the total price shall be used for comparison of bids. The owner reserves the right to waive any informalities, minor defects, or to reject any or all bids.
If a bidder has questions regarding this Call for Bids, please contact City of Leavenworth, Herb Amick, Public Works Director at (509) 548-5275. No bidder may withdraw their bid after the hour set for the opening thereof or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period of exceeding thirty (30) days.
Published in the Daily Journal of Commerce on Monday July 29, 2019
Free shredded wood chips available
Chips from Leavenworth site must be applied in Apple Maggot Quarantine Zone
LEAVENWORTH – Free shredded wood chips are available at the county’s Leavenworth brush drop-off site for application within the Apple Maggot Quarantine Area of Chelan County.
The chipped product was made from brush dropped off at the Leavenworth site by people living in the quarantine area, which covers much of western Chelan County, including Leavenworth, Plain and Lake Wenatchee. The wood chips cannot be transferred out of the quarantine area or used in a pest-free zone.
To determine if you live in the Apple Maggot Quarantine Area, visit the Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Interactive Apple Maggot Quarantine Map.
The material is available 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays at the Leavenworth pit, which is at the intersection of East Leavenworth and Icicle roads. It should be available for about a month.
The shredded wood varies from 3 to 7 inches in size. It is a good source of moisture retention and ground cover for yard plants and garden beds. It can be used to protect plants in the fall when temperatures get cooler. The material also can be used in compost.
People interested in the shredded wood chips will need to load the product themselves. So bring a shovel, gloves and any other necessities. Trailers are also welcome. The county will provide a loader to help with loading large trailers or trucks on July 26 and August 2 at the Leavenworth site.
The shredded wood chip material is available in the condition AS IS. Chelan County is not liable for the shredded wood chip material and is not responsible for the material once it is removed from the Leavenworth pit. The shredded wood chip material may contain hawthorn tree remnants and is not certified weed free.
For those people wanting mulch for application outside of the quarantine area (in the pest-free zone), free shredded wood chips are available at the Dryden Transfer Station, 9073 Highway 2 in Dryden. The transfer station is open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
Public Information Officer
Chelan County Public Works Department
July 9, 2019
Meeting Agenda’s and Packets from previous meetings may be found at the following: