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Reminder: This Saturday at 10am is the next Osborn Community Meeting »

Join us for the next step in the Osborn School Property Visioning Process!

We want to hear from all of our community members, and this is the perfect time to give input. We’ll be reviewing where we are in the process, what’s next, and will be joining in small zoom groups to dive into discussions about the process and the wishlist so far.

If you want to get caught up on what’s happened thus far, head over to www.osborne98826.com.

We’ll see you (hopefully) on Saturday! Here’s the info you need to join in:

Join us on Zoom
Saturday, April 24th, 2021
10:00 am – 11:30 am

Zoom Meeting Link & Info:


Meeting ID: 857 0560 1440
Passcode: 959496

Or follow the QR code below for easy access via your phone:

Downloadable flyer for sharing: Community Meeting 4_24 Flyer

Summer 2021 Special Use Permits DUE April 15, 2021 »

Warm weather is on the way! Winter 2020 COVID Special Use Permits (SUP) end on Thursday, April 15, 2021. To continue using the public right of way for extended seating, apply for the Summer 2021 SUP by April 15, 2021. 

To process your new permit, we need the following items:

  • Special Use Permit Application
  • Site Plan (you provide this)
    • Previous Summer or Winter site plans are acceptable if no changes have been made to layout or measurements
    • Measurements must be accurate
  • 2-million-dollar Insurance Certificate (example here)

The Summer 2021 Special Use Permits will be valid from April 16, 2021 – November 15, 2021.

Submit your application to our Assistant Planner, Nichole Perry via email. She is also available to answer any questions or comments via the contact info below:

Email: asstplanner@cityofleavenworth.com
Phone: (509) 548-5275 (x134) M-F from 9 AM-1 PM

UPDATE: WSDOT Hazard Tree Removal work on US-2 on April 12 »

US 2 Hazard Tree Removal (Leavenworth)

County: Chelan
Highway: US 2
Region: North Central
Location: MP 100-103
Description: A maintenance crew is removing identified hazard trees adjacent to the highway east of Leavenworth.
Work schedule: Monday only, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., expect automated flagger assistant device (AFAD) traffic control with alternating one-way traffic and some delays.
Contact: NCR Communications 509-860-0000

For the full WSDOT North Central Region Travel Advisory details, head over here: https://wsdot.wa.gov/travel/construction-updates/north-central

City of Leavenworth Spring Clean-Up April 12 – 30, 2021 »

It’s time to dust the cobwebs off the garden tools – the Annual Spring Clean-Up is starting next week!

April 12-30 the City Crew will pick up extra yard debris in recyclable paper bags at no charge.

For more details, including what to put in the bags, check out the flyer here: 2021 Spring Clean Up Flyer

We’re also working with Chelan County Fire District 3 to time the Leavenworth Community Chipping Program with the Spring Clean-Up so that you can get your woody limbs and branches chipped, and then get them into bags for yard debris pick up. Three cheers for collaboration!

Check out the info here: Chipping Program Flyer

NOW HIRING: Community Pool Lifeguards »

Community Pool Lifeguards

The City of Leavenworth 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.

Applications are available here for download.

Submit via email to: klemons@cityofleavenworth.com or send by mail to the City of Leavenworth, ATTN: Kelley Lemons, PO Box 287, Leavenworth, WA 98826.

Applications will begin the review process on April 26, 2021.

Download the Recruitment Flyer here.

Upper Valley PRSA Announces RFP for Recreational Needs Assessment »

The Upper Valley PRSA Announces a Request for Proposal (RFP) process for a Recreational Needs Assessment

The Upper Valley Park & Recreation Service Area (PRSA) in conjunction with the City of Leavenworth today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking firms to conduct a recreation needs assessment of the Upper Valley community.

The assessment is expected to take place throughout the summer, will help gather community input, and will help prioritize recreational needs for the PRSA Community. The information will be used to inform the process of taking an updated levy to the voters in spring 2022.

“The Upper Valley is growing, and it’s vital that we understand the community’s recreational priorities so that we can shape the PRSA to help meet those needs as we begin work on a resolution for a new funding levy,” said Kiah Patzkowsky, PRSA Coordinator. “This RFP process is a major step in having that conversation with the community.”

The deadline for RFP responses is Friday, May 7, 2021.

Please see the downloads below for more details.

RFP Downloads:

Reference Document Downloads:

For more information or questions, please contact Kiah Ptzkowsky at prsa@cityofleavenworth.com.

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