• Wenatchee Transfer Station

    Due to a small fire, the Wenatchee Transfer Station is closed to the public at least through Saturday, August 10, and possibly into next week.  While repairs are underway, Waste Management is offering these alternative disposal sites:

    WM Greater Wenatchee Regional Landfill, 191 S. Webb Place, East Wenatchee. Special Saturday Hours - 9:00am to 3:00pm

    Dryden Transfer Station (residential only), 9073 US-2, Leavenworth.

    Yard debris may be taken to Stemilt Recycle Center, 1465 S. Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee. 

    All loads must be securely covered during transport. 

    As more information becomes available, Waste Management will post it on the company website. For updates, go to wmnorthwest.com/transferstation/wenatchee

    Last Updated on August 08, 2019
  • Currently Advertised Projects
    Grant Road Resurfacing Last Updated on August 08, 2019
  • Road Closures

    County Wide Road Closures Map

    Dezellem Hill Road - Emergency Closure
    Dezellem Hill Road is closed at Milepost 1.53 until further notice due to ongoing and increasing geologic hazards.  Douglas County is currently working on developing mitigating the hazards with a goal of completing the work before the end of the construction season.  The use of alternate routes will be required until the repairs are complete.   Closure Map

    S Nevada Avenue – Grant Road to S Mystical Loop
    South Nevada Avenue between Grant Road and South Mystical Loop is currently under construction and closed to the public. The date on which this portion of South Nevada Avenue will be open to the public is unknown at this time.

    Last Updated on August 08, 2019
  • New Law and Justice Facility

    The new Facility on 19th Street remains on track to be completed by late Summer / early Fall 2019. It is approximately 42% complete. The interior walls, framing, plumbing and electrical are currently in progress. We have worked closely with the architect, department heads, and employees to ensure we meet the needs of both the public and employees. 

    More Info . . . Last Updated on April 01, 2019
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