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OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT:  2018-2023 Capital Facilities Plan Update

The City of Wenatchee intends to adopt revisions to the Capital Facilities Plan. The City's Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) provides a comprehensive project list and schedule guiding the investment of city resources in infrastructure.                      The amendments were sent to the Washington State Department of Commerce as required by RCW 36.70A.106 for a 60-day comment period. The comment period began on October 6, 2017 and concludes on December 5, 2017. The City of Wenatchee has issued a determination of non-significance (DNS) in compliance with RCW 43.21C.

How Can I Participate? 

It is anticipated that the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the draft amendments in November and the City Council will take final action in December.

Comments on the proposed revisions should be addressed to the Planning Division, City of Wenatchee, 1350 McKittrick Street, Suite A, Wenatchee, WA 98801. Complete information and copies of the proposed revisions will be available at the above listed address during normal business hours or by calling (509) 888-3256.

Available Documents:

The draft plan and environmental documents are available by selecting this link.

QUESTIONS? Please contact Stephen Neuenschwander at: (509) 888-3256 or by E-mail at


It is important to us to provide current information regarding projects that have a connection with or an impact on City of Wenatchee residents and visitors. 

These projects are for the community as a whole and if you would like additional information, want to provide feedback or are interested in getting involved, please contact Glen DeVries, Director of Community Development, at (509) 888-3252.

2017 60-Day Review

The City of Wenatchee completed a comprehensive update of the Wenatchee Urban Area Plan and accompanying development regulations in 2006.  RCW 36.70A.130 of the Washington State Growth Management Act requires the City of Wenatchee to take action to review and if needed, revise the city’s comprehensive plan and development regulations to comply with the provisions of the Act no later than June 30, 2017 for submittal to the Washington State Department of Commerce.

2017 Limited Code Amendments - 60 day review 

The City of Wenatchee is considering amendments to the Wenatchee Municipal Code. The proposed amendments have been sent to the Washington State Department of Commerce in accordance with RCW 36.70A.106 and published in the Wenatchee World, providing a notice of availability for the public to review the proposals. The City would like to get your input on these proposed amendments!

I imagine - South Wenatchee Sub Area Plan

In 2015, the City of Wenatchee is working with the community and community stakeholders to develop a plan that will tie neighbors together, establish resources to revitalize the neighborhoods, reinvigorate the commercial area and address the needs of low-income or at risk individuals.

I imagine chalkboard

Chelan Avenue Sidewalks:

Funding from the past 3 CDBG program years is being combined and allocated towards providing sidewalks, lighting and public art in South Wenatchee. 

How Far Can We Go Map

Development Areas, Incentives

- Waterfront

- Downtown

- South Wenatchee


Current Development Projects and Recently Completed Projects

- Town Toyota Center

- Riverwalk Condominiums

- Riverside Drive Project

- George Seller (south-end) Bridge Improvement