Douglas County will not be hosting a live auction for the 2016 tax foreclosure sale.  The sale will be held online only with Bid4Assets.  The sale is tentatively scheduled for early December.  Please check back periodically for updates to this information. Last Updated on September 21, 2016
  • Loop Trail Repair Notice

    October 3rd through the 13th Douglas County will be repairing the Apple Capital Loop Trail located between the 19th Street Trail Head and the North River Drive Trail Head. Rough pavement, cracks and bumps caused by tree roots have been a concern for users of this section of the trail.  Work includes removal of tree roots, damaged asphalt surfacing of the trail, some curve straightening and repaving.

    A trail detour route is required for this work, temporary detour route includes 19th Street to NW Cascade to Bellevue Street NW to the North River Drive Trail Head. Speed reduction of 20 MPH will be placed on NW Cascade including signage and a reader board for the shared use of the roadway for bicyclist and pedestrians.

    The map shows the up-coming trail detour October 3rd through October 13 that will route bicyclists and pedestrians onto a portion of 19th Street to North River Drive for a two week period.

    Last Updated on September 20, 2016
  • Proposed Rules for Marijuana Growing and Processing

    The Douglas County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on proposed rules for commercial-scale marijuana production and processing on Tuesday, September 27, 2016.  The hearing will begin at 5:30 PM in the Hearing Room of the Douglas County Public Services Building at 140 19th Street NW, East Wenatchee.  

    The Board of Commissioners plans to take formal action to set this hearing during their September 6 public meeting.  The Board will not be accepting testimony on September 6.  If you are interested in this matter, you are encouraged to attend the September 27 hearing.

    More Information . . . Last Updated on September 02, 2016
MyAlerts Mobile Application

MyAlerts, powered by AlertSense, is the county’s new emergency alerting service.   Our residents and visitors can now receive life-saving emergency alerts and advanced warning of severe weather directly on their Android or Apple iOS phone or tablet.  You can download the free MyAlerts app today from Google Play or the App Store.

You can also sign up to receive alerts and notifications.

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