Community Bulletin Board

May 6, 2020


Gathering Community News

Hello neighbors, we would like to get some good news out in the papers since we do not have sports, community gatherings or meeting right now because of the COVID-19 virus, but  if you have any good news, pictures to share with the community please feel free to email it to or Stay well, stay strong, stay informed. (er)

Benevolent Night for LCFM

Join us at Munchen Haus every Tuesday in May from 4-close (for carry out for now). 25% of the sales will help support the Leavenworth Community Farmers Market. (e19,20).

Leavenworth Coffee with Bob Bugert 

Please join Chelan County Commissioner Bob Bugert for his bi-monthly, informal community meeting on Thursday, May 14, 4-6 pm. Bob will present updates on County activities and will welcome questions and suggestions from attendees at the end of his presentation. Details for participating in this remote meeting can be found on the Chelan County website 19,20).


North Central Regional Library

While the libraries are closed, North Central Regional Library has added some new online features to bring the library to more people. Sign up for the eCard and find online resources at and check out videos and other information on the North Central Regional Library Facebook and Instagram sites. New content is being posted daily. Designated times when people can either live-chat online or call library staff to get answers to questions and help using  online resources. Live-chat for general questions is available at weekdays from 9-11 a.m., and phone support for online resources is available by calling 509-888-8155 weekdays from 1-3 p.m. (er18,19).

New flat fee Leavenworth brush site

 Leavenworth drop-off brush site will cost users a flat fee of $20 beginning on Friday, May 1.

 Fees are typically based on cubic yards at the site, which serves only those people living in the Apple Maggot Quarantine Area of Chelan County. However, a flat fee system was put in place in response to COVID-19 precautions. At the brush site, only cash or checks are taken and no change is available. The flat fee system will allow the site’s attendant to better practice social distancing and implement other safeguards when working with the public.

 The brush site, located at the intersection of Icicle and East Leavenworth roads, is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays. Visitors are reminded that the site is for those people who live outside the Leavenworth city limits.To determine if you live in the Apple Maggot Quarantine Area of Chelan County, visit the searchable map from the Washington State Department of Agriculture. (e19,20)

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