Do you live in Cle Elum, Roslyn, Thorp, or Selah?
UPDATED 1/17/19: If you said, ‘yes!’ there is a special election in your near future. Two school districts: Thorp and Cle Elum/Roslyn, are requesting capital levies. The Selah School District is requesting a replacement Educational Programs and Operating levy. Cle Elum/Roslyn is also proposing a change of School Board representation.
Ballots will be mailed by Kittitas County Auditor on January 22 for this February election, voting starts January 25th. Completed ballots are due by 8pm on February 12, 2019. You can still register in person in the Kittitas County Auditor’s office up to and on February 4th, to vote in this election.
NOTE: These ballots will NOT be postage free! You will need to put your own stamp on the return envelope or drop your ballot in one of many county ballot drop boxes!
Cle Elum/Roslyn School District 404
Cle Elum/Roslyn School District is requesting a tax levy for 2020-2022 to support construction, modernization, and remodeling of school facilities. Read more here.
Cle Elum/Roslyn School District is also proposing a change in School Board representation by creating two ‘at large’ board positions. Read more here.
Thorp School District 400
The Thorp School District is proposing a tax levy for years 2020-2023 to support construction, modernization, and remodeling of school facilities. Read more here.
Selah School District 119
The Selah School District is proposing a tax levy for years 2020-2021 to finance educational programs and operating expenses.