- 5:30 pm
- Eastmont Community Center
230 N Georgia Avenue
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Eastmont Metropolitan Parks District (EMPD) Administrative Assistant at 509-884-8015. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the EMPD to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.
2023 Meeting Schedule
- January 17
- February 21
- March 20
- April 4
- April 17
- May 15
- June 19
- July 17
- August 21
- September 18
- October 16
- November 20
- December 18
Deb MillerVice Chair
Back Row left to right: Deb Miller, Katie Hart
Front Row left to right: Brian Burns, Emilie Fogle, Dave Allen
The mission of Eastmont Metropolitan Parks and Recreation is to provide recreational activities, facilities, and experiences, which allow individuals the opportunity to improve the quality of their lives, while enhancing and preserving the natural resources of the area.
Eastmont Metropolitan Parks and Recreation manages 44 acres of parks and seven miles of scenic Columbia River waterfront asphalt trail (The Apple Capital Loop Trail) in East Wenatchee, WA. Eastmont Community Park houses baseball, soccer, and football fields; lighted basketball, tennis and pickle ball courts, playgrounds, walking and biking trails, a splashpad, pumptrack, and an indoor swimming pool.
Organized recreation offerings include indoor and outdoor sports leagues, sports camps and specialized day camps.
A voter approved ballot issue created the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District in May of 2004 for the management, control, improvement, maintenance, and acquisition of parks, parkways, boulevards, and recreational facilities.
Board members of the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District are elected for six-year terms; there are five elected board positions that makeup the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District Board. Every two years elections are held for park board commissioners. The park board positions are staggered at two-year intervals.
Those living within the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District area fund the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District from residential property tax assessments. The current voter approved assessment is $ 0.50 per $1,000 of assessed value.
The governing authority and responsibilities for the Eastmont Metropolitan Park District are outlined in: The Revised Code of Washington State Chapter 35.61 (PDF).