First Chelan County Courthouse
When the City of Wenatchee was organized in 1893, it was part of Kittitas County. The Washington State Legislature of 1899 established the present boundaries of Chelan County.
The cities of Wenatchee and Chelan sparred with each other regarding the location of the county seat. Judge Thomas Burke of Seattle, who had platted the town site of Wenatchee, sold the Clark Hotel for one dollar to Chelan County in 1900 with the understanding that Wenatchee would be the county seat and use the hotel as a courthouse. The Clark Hotel had been constructed at 238 S. Wenatchee Avenue in 1893. People from Chelan were given top county jobs as part of the deal.
About the same time, a jail was built behind the courthouse. It is a two story brick building still standing. The courthouse and jail were joined by a bridge. These buildings were vacated in 1924 after the courthouse on the corner of Orondo and Washington Streets was completed. The old courthouse and jail were sold to John Doneen for $54,000. Doneen converted the courthouse into a hotel again and remodeled the jail into an annex. The Pybus Company removed toe cells which were installed in the Okanogan County jail.
In the late thirties the upper floor of the hotel was removed. The building has since been used as a service station and garage.
Chelan County Clerk
The Chelan County Clerk is located in Chelan, Washington. You are able to submit your US passport application at this Chelan County Clerk for processing. There are a total of 2 acceptance agents in in Chelan that process passport applications.
Wenatchee Processing Time
Routine Passport Services: The usual waiting time in Wenatchee to get your passport is four (4) to eight (8) weeks for routine applications, and two (2) to four (4) weeks for expedited application from the Chelan County Clerk.
Expedited Passport Service: Chelan County Clerk provides expedited passport service with a two (2) to four (4) week turnaround time in Wenatchee. This is due to the fact that the Chelan County Clerk sends out the application for Wenatchee citizens to be processed by the National Passport Center in Philadelphia for expedited services and to New Hampshire for routine service. Wenatchee residents can obtain an expedited passport quicker than the Chelan County Clerk by visiting any of the passport agencies below for expedited services.
Address & Phone Number
350 Orondo AveWenatchee, Washington 98801-2876(509) 667-6380
Handicap Accessible: Yes, the Chelan County Clerk is handicap accessible.
Location & Timezone: This Chelan County Clerk is located in Wenatchee, and are in the PST Time Zone.
Passport Services Available:
Expedited Services Available: Yes 3 to 6 Weeks Processing Time.
Same Day Passport Services: No the Chelan County Clerk do not process same day passport applications.
Is Photo Services Available? Yes, The Chelan County Clerk You are able to obtain your passport photo at this location.
Disclaimer: We do our best to keep the Chelan County Clerk hours, phone numbers and address updated but sometimes information change frequently. We suggest confirming with the Chelan County Clerk by calling at (509) 667-6380 for updated information.Update Chelan County Clerk Acceptance Agent Here.
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Chelan District Court in Wenatchee, Washington
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Chelan District Court Contact Information
Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Chelan District Court, a Court, at Orondo Avenue, Wenatchee WA.
- Chelan District Court
- 350 Orondo Avenue
Wenatchee, Washington, 98801
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About the Chelan District Court
The Chelan District Court, located in Wenatchee, Washington is a government institution where legal disputes are resolved in accordance with the law. In Wenatchee Criminal Courts, the government brings a case against a defendant who is accused of breaking the law. In Wenatchee Civil Courts, the Court settles disputes between citizens that they are unable to resolve on their own.You may contact the Court for questions about:
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Application GuidelinesThe filing window for this position begins the Monday two weeks prior to Memorial Day and ends on the Friday of that week (5 days). Candidacy filing papers can be acquired at and are submitted to either the county elections office or the Secretary of State Office in Olympia. For non-partisan offices, if there is only two candidates filed for a position they will run against each other in the November election. If more than two candidates file for a non-partisan office, than the non-partisan office will go through the August primary and the top two vote getters will advance to the November election for the seat. For a partisan office, the candidates will run in the August primary even if only two people are participating. This may create scenarios where the same candidates participate for the same seat in the August primary and November election. For any further questions, the Chelan County Elections Office can be reached at (509) 667-6808 Or [email protected], and the Secretary of State Office can be reached at (360) 902-4151 or [email protected]***Washington is one of the only states with online filing for candidacy. It is preferred that candidates file online through the elections department of Chelan County, the link for online filing will be available the day the filing window opens. For more information regarding filing online, please see here: http://www.co.chelan.wa.us/elections
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Chelan County Auditor, 350 Orondo Ave, Wenatchee, WA, 98801, US
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Chelan County District Court
350 Orondo Ave, Fl 4, Wenatchee, WA 98801-2885
Mailing Address: PO Box 2686, Wenatchee, WA 98807-2686
Staff: Roy S. Fore, Judge, 509-667-6600; Nancy A. Harmon, Judge, 509-667-6600; Diane E. Moran, Administrator , 509-667-6392, [email protected]
- *Not location specific. Call, or visit the court's website if listed above.
- How was I chosen? - Jurors are picked at random from lists of registered voters, people with driver's licenses, or those with state issued ID cards.
- What are the exemptions? Depending on local laws and specific court policies, exemptions MAY include persons over age 70, and those having recently served on a jury (usually within 1-3 years depending on county policy). In the state of Washington, there are no automatic professional or government employee exemptions. If any of these apply to you, contact the court to verify they observe the exemption.
- Go to our Jury Duty FAQ page for more on exceptions, requirements, pay, dress code, and other questions you might have.
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Chelan County is one of 39 counties in the State of Washington.
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington has jurisdiction in Chelan County. Appeals from the Eastern District go to the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Chelan Superior Court, Washington
Chelan County District Court, Washington
- See also: Washington judicial elections
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Primaries are held only if more than two candidates file for a position. These contests are nonpartisan in nature. The two candidates who receive the greatest number of votes in the primary advance to the general election. Until 2013, a candidate who won over 50 percent of the vote in the primary was then unopposed in the general election. But the law was amended in 2013. Since that amendment, the top two finishers in a judicial primary must advance to compete with each other in the general election.
In counties with a population greater than 100,000, if only one superior court candidate files for election for a judgeship, that candidate is automatically elected and the county does not hold a general election for the seat. According to the 2010 census, the following counties had populations greater than 100,000:
- ↑Washington State Legislature, "RCW 29A.52.220," accessed April 30, 2014
- ↑Washington State Legislature, "RCW 29A.36.170," accessed April 30, 2014
- ↑Washington Courts, "Judicial Election Information," July 13, 2012
- ↑Washington Courts, "2013 Legislative Summary," accessed July 26, 2016
- ↑Washington Secretary of State, "Judicial Elections in Washington State," accessed April 30, 2014
- ↑U.S. Census Bureau, "Washington: Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013," accessed July 24, 2014
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Chelan County Court Jury Duty Information
|Convicted Felons Disqualified||Yes|
|Residency Requirement||County Resident: 30 Days|
|Time Since Prior Jury Service||1 year|