The Community of Peshastin, WA

 
 
Welcome to the
Peshastin Community Web Site!

Peshastin from Elk Mountain
Peshastin from Elk Mountain (the "Number Hill")

Through this site, we'd like to introduce you to our community, it's people and history, the businesses, services and amenities we have to offer, and tell you about some of the terrific things happening as we grow. If you'd like to provide feedback or just see and hear what some of the long-time Peshastin residents have to say, check out the Peshastin FaceBook Forum here (you must have a FaceBook account to view).


Peshastin Annual
Pancake Breakfast with Santa


Peshastin Community Council

Meetings are scheduled for the second Thursday of every month.
7:00pm at the Peshastin Memorial Hall
10121 Main Street, Peshastin

Peshastin Water District

The Peshastin Water District Board of Commissioners meet
on the second Tuesday of every month
9:00am at the Peshastin Memorial Hall.


Click here to view the WSDOT Traffic Camera for the
US 2/97 Peshastin East Interchange at the "Big Y" Junction.


On October 7, 2008,
The Chelan Board of County Commissioners approved
The Peshastin UGA Comprehensive Plan
as presented by the community!

The Peshastin Community worked hard for over three years to develop this comprehensive plan. Click on the pictures below to see larger images of the maps of the UGA. Copies of the original documents may be viewed by clicking the following links:
For amendments and updates, please check with the
Chelan County Cimmunity Development Department

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Peshastin UGA Zoning Chart
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Click to see larger image of Hwy 97/2 Interchange in relation to the entire new UGA
 

Peshastin Boundary Map
Cllick to enlarge

 The Peshastin Community Council represents
the people of the area outlined in blue.

 
The Peshastin Urban Growth Area (UGA)
is the area in the center of the map outlined in red.

 
 

 
   This site presented by the Peshastin Community Council
 

 
   Web site designed and maintained by
   Steve KeeneClearView Computing