• Road Use Restrictions
    Please be advised that emergency weight restrictions on all Douglas County Roads in the Waterville and Mansfield Plateau are in effect beginning today. This restriction is done in accordance with Douglas County Code Title 28 “Road Use Restrictions" Last Updated on March 11, 2019
  • Call for Bids

    Douglas County is seeking bids for a Rabbit & Poultry Building and a Freestanding Livestock Show Cover at NCW Fair Grounds.

    Resolutions and Bid Packets - Due Monday, March 26th at 10:00 am Last Updated on March 05, 2019
  • Road Closures

    Sprauer Road is open for all travel. Browns Canyon Road will remain closed from O.5 NW to 2 miles east of Brays Landing Road.

    8th Street SW will be closed from South Nile Avenue to South Par Lane for up to 8 weeks starting on March 5th.  This closure has been proposed and will be implemented by Hurst Construction to accommodate utility and transportation infrastructure improvements within the 8th Street SW right-of-way associated with the Mountain Springs Subdivision. For questions pertaining to the road closure, please contact Curt Maxey at Hurst Construction LLC at (509 ) 664-0173.

    Last Updated on March 04, 2019
  • New Law and Justice Facility

    Douglas County is moving forward with the construction of a new Law and Justice Facility to house the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, District Court, Juvenile Probation, IT infrastructure, and future Coroner.  This 17,898 square foot facility will be located north of the evidence storage building, directly adjacent to the Public Services Building on 19th Street in East Wenatchee.  Construction is estimated to be completed by late spring of 2019. Establishing a campus environment for County services will be convenient for citizens while establishing a more coordinated effort between departments.  To ensure public interfacing services are reliable and to enhance stability, Douglas County Information Services infrastructure will be housed in the new Law and Justice Facility. 

    More Info . . . Last Updated on June 19, 2018
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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