City Government in the City of East Wenatchee operates under the laws of the State of Washington applicable to a non-Charter code city with a mayor-council form of government.
The Council is the legislative branch and policy making body of The City of East Wenatchee. By adopting ordinances and resolutions and establishing laws, the Council sets policy, oversees and adopt the budget, provides opinions to the Mayor on the execution of the law, and approves long-term contracts and commitments of City resources.
East Wenatchee City Hall 271 9th Street NE City Council Chambers East Wenatchee, WA 98802
City Council meetings are conducted in a hybrid manner, with both in-person and virtual options. If you are attending in person, you can register to speak when you arrive (between 5 and 6 p.m. the night of the meeting) or provide general comments by emailing the City Clerk by 3 pm on the day of the meeting.
To attend a meeting online, you can do either of the following:
Call 253-215-8782 and enter meeting ID 815 4771 5231.
The Council welcomes citizens at all Council meetings and encourages them to express their opinions on any matter within the Council's authority. Visit our Citizen Participation page for more information.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are usually published at least 72 hours before the next scheduled City Council meeting. Approved minutes are usually published approximately 21 days after a City Council Meeting.
Through proactive leadership and governance, the City Council provides high-quality services and facilities to meet the needs of a growing, dynamic community. They support the city's mission and vision, guiding the city according to the council vision.
Seven councilmembers, elected at-large, serve staggered four-year terms. One Councilmember is appointed annually to serve as Mayor Pro Tempore and will act as mayor in the absence or disability of the mayor. As your representatives, the councilmembers are available by telephone, mail or email.