Mission Statement:   The Waterville Chamber of Commerce is an association of business persons, merchants and concerned individuals working together for the promotion of commercial interests in the community.
    Chamber of Commerce Objectives:
  • (a) Promote economic programs designed to strengthen and expand the income potential of the area.
  • (b) Represent the collective business community in any area of concern.
  • (c) Discover and correct abuses which prevent the promotion of business expansion and community growth.
  • (d) Promote excellence in education through student scholarships and awards.
  • (e) Promote programs of a civic, social, and cultural nature designed to assist in increasing the functional and aesthetic values of the community.
P.O. Box 628, Waterville, WA 98858 | 202.780.6595 | Email: info@watervillewashington.org


ABOUT WATERVILLE
  • POPULATION:  1163
  • ELEVATION:   2600 feet
  • STATISTICS

EMERGENCY SERVICES:  (Call 911 for all bonafide emergencies)

  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL:  Waterville based ambulance service is provided by Douglas County Hospital District Nr. 2, PO Box 400 Waterville, WA 98858.  509-745-8448.  The Hospital District also maintains a hospital clinic in Waterville, open on weekdays during business hours, normally staffed by a Physician’s Assistant.  The nearest 24 hour medical emergency rooms are located in Wenatchee.

  • FIRE AND RESCUE:  Waterville based fire and rescue services are provided by Douglas County Fire District Nr. 1.  Call 509-745-8270 for non-emergency business.

  • POLICE:  Town of Waterville contracts with Douglas County Sheriff’s Office for police services.  Sheriff’s Office is located in East Wenatchee. www.douglascountysheriff.org .

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UTILITIES:

  • ELECTRICITY:  Electricity services are provided by Douglas County Public Utility District, 1151 Valley Mall Parkway, East Wenatchee, WA 98802.  Electric bills can be paid at Waterville Town Hall, located at 104 East Locust Street.  Call 800-503-7990, 509-884-7191, or visit www.douglaspud.org for more information.

  • INTERNET:  Internet service providers are provided by a number of vendors listed in the yellow pages of various directories, on the internet, and elsewhere.  Most of Waterville is also served by high speed internet fiber optics broadband cables, which were installed by Douglas County PUD.   For detailed information on coverage, installation, cost, and service providers, visit the Douglas County Community Network at www.dccn.net .

  • TELEPHONE LINES:  Telephone lines are maintained by Frontier, Inc.  For more information, residential customers call 1-877-462-8188, business customers call 1-877-462-8188.

  • TELEPHONE SERVICE:  Local and long distance telephone services are provided by a number of vendors listed in the yellow pages of various directories, on the internet, and elsewhere.

  • TELEVISION:  Waterville is served by a variety of cable and satellite service providers listed in the yellow pages of various directories, on the internet, and elsewhere.

  • WATER, SEWER, AND GARBAGE:  Services provided by Town of Waterville.  Visit www.ci.waterville.us/town_services.htm for more information, or call 509-745-8871.

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SCHOOLS:

  • WATERVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT Nr. 209, PO Box 490, Waterville, WA 98858, provides K-12 public school instruction at the Waterville School, located at 200 East Birch in Waterville.    Call 509-745-8583 or visit http://www.waterville.wednet.edu/ .

  • WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE 1300 5th Avenue, Wenatchee, WA., 98801, provides college level classes leading to a two year degree in a variety of subjects, as well as Continuing Education, Adult Learning, and other special programs.  Call 509-682-6800 or visit www.wvc.edu .  

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COUNTY SERVICES:
Waterville is the County Seat of Douglas County.  Many of the county offices and services are located in the Court House and Administration building located on Rainier Avenue in Waterville.  The rest of the offices are located in East Wenatchee.  Consult the government pages of your phone directory, or visit the Douglas County website at www.douglascountywa.net for more information.

 

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NEWSPAPERS:

  • DOUGLAS COUNTY EMPIRE PRESS, A weekly newspaper providing extensive local coverage.  832 Valley Mall Parkway, East Wenatchee, WA 98802.  509-886-8668.

  • WENATCHEE WORLD, A daily newspaper covering local, national and international events.  14 S. Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801.  509-663-5161 or 800-572-4423. www.wenworld.com .

  • WENATCHEE BUSINESS JOURNAL, a monthly commercial journal serving Douglas and Chelan Counties. 304 S. Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801.  509-663-6730.  www.businessjournal.org .

  • LEGAL NEWSPAPER:  Both the Douglas County Empire Press and the Wenatchee World are qualified to publish legal notices for Douglas and Chelan Counties. 

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TRANSPORTATION:

  • AIR:  Pangborn Memorial Airport is the regional commercial and general aviation airport for North Central Washington. It is located in East Wenatchee and provides commercial air service to Seattle on Horizon Airlines. It is jointly owned by the Port of Chelan County and Port of Douglas County. For more information call the Pangborn Memorial Airport manager's office at 509-884-2494 or visit www.pangbornairport.com.

  • AIR:   Waterville Airport is a general aviation airport. It is owned and operated by the Port of Douglas County. In addition to several privately owned aircraft hangars, Waterville Airport is the location of two local businesses, Barnes Welding and Machine Shop and Johnson Air Service. Johnson Air Service also serves as the Fixed Base Operator (FBO). For more information please call the Port of Douglas County at 509-884-4700 or visit www.portofdouglas.org and link to airports & transportation.

    • INFORMATION
      • length ~ 2530 feet / width ~ 50 feet
      • Elevation ~ 2640 feet
      • The runway is open 24 hours a day
      • Navigation Aids
        • Runway Edge Lighting
        • Rotating Beacon
        • PAPI on Runway 25
        • Lighted Tetahedron and Windsock
      • Aircraft tiedown apron is located at near the intersection of Taxiways A and B
      • Courtesy bikes available at Johnson Air Service

  • BUS:  LINK Transit provides daily passenger service (except Sunday) between Waterville and many other communities in Douglas and Chelan Counties.  300 S. Columbia St., Wenatchee, WA 98801.  For information, call 509-662-1155 or visit www.linktransit.com .

  • RAIL:  AMTRAK provides daily rail passenger service between Wenatchee and Seattle or Spokane, and destinations beyond.  Call 800-872-7245 or visit www.amtrak.com

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CHURCHES:

  • St. Joseph Catholic Church: PO Box 519, Waterville, WA. 98858. 101 E. Poplar St.  
    509-745-8205.

  • United Lutheran Church:  PO Box 579, Waterville, WA 98858. corner of Chelan & Walnut. 
    509-745-8655.

  • Waterville Federated Church:  PO Box 547, Waterville, WA 98858.  224 W. Ash St. 
    509-745-8785.  www.watervillefederated.com 

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COMMUNITY AND FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Badger Mountain Masonic Lodge Nr. 57 F&AM:  PO Box 247, Waterville, WA 98858.  509-745-8407.  www.angelfire.com/wa/MasonicCenter/links15.html

  • Badger Mountain Ski Hill:  PO Box 14, Waterville, WA 98858.  509-745-8273. www.nwwintersportsman.com

  • Douglas County Museum and Historical Society, PO Box 63, 124 W. Walnut St., Waterville, WA 98858.   509-745-8435.  www.museumsusa.org/museums/info/1158127

  •  Douglas County Wheat Wives
  • Eastern Star
  • PEO Chapter Z
  • Waterville Lion’s Club, NCW District Lion’s Den, 601 N. Monroe
  • Waterville Philomathic Club
  • Waterville Rebekah Lodge #77
  • Waterville Wranglers

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