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About the PRSA

The Upper Valley Park and Recreation Service Area (PRSA) was formed in 1997 with the primary purpose of funding the reconstruction and maintenance of the community pool. PRSA residents continue to support the majority of the pool’s maintenance and operational costs through a levy on property tax assessments. 

The Upper Valley PRSA is a voter-approved Special Purpose District (a legal entity separate from the City of Leavenworth) formed by an Interlocal Agreement and is governed by a volunteer board with representatives from Chelan County, the City of Leavenworth, Peshastin Community Council, the Chumstick community, and Cascade School District #228. The current PRSA boundaries include the City of Leavenworth and extend out a portion of the Chumstick Highway, Icicle Road and East Leavenworth Road, and a portion of Peshastin, with most properties located just west of Highway 97.

The PRSA budget is separate from the City’s budget; however, the PRSA budget only includes collected property tax revenues from the Chelan County Treasurer’s Office that are transferred to the City. The City of Leavenworth in turn utilizes these funds  for pool operations and maintenance. 

For questions regarding the Upper Valley Park and Recreation Service Area please contact Chantell Steiner, Finance Director.

PRSA Boundaries

If you are looking for a specific document, application, or form, try searching here:

Document Portal

Upper Valley Park & Recreation Service Area Meetings

Leavenworth City Hall
Council Chambers & on Zoom

Bi-monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month (beginning in January)

3:00 PM

City Meeting & Event Calendar

Committee Membership

Travis McMaster
Eron Drew
Chair, Chumstick Community Rep
Shane Thayer
Vacant Position
Cascade School District #228 Rep
Shon Smith
Chelan County Commissioner District 2 Rep
Vacant Position
Peshastin Community Council Rep

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