Chelan-Douglas Trends e-Newsletter


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The Chelan-Douglas Trends website has been completely redesigned into a new, even more user friendly format.

While the web design is new, many of the functions you have become familiar with have not changed. For example, the ability to switch views from the combined counties, to Chelan or Douglas County individually, or to either Wenatchee or East Wenatchee will work as they did before. Also, the More Information and Download Data sections work exactly as the previous version.

Search is one of the newest functions available on the Chelan-Douglas Trends website. Sitting directly above the new Hamburger Menu in the upper-right corner of the website, the Search function allows a user to type in a key word or phrase to quickly refine a search for relevant indicators.

Inside the hamburger Menu, you will also find both familiar and new features. They include:

  • Indicators At A Glance - a complete list of each indicator in the website with a convenient direct hyperlink to each indicator in the title.
  • Resources - a list of helpful community resources separated by category.
  • In The Press - indicators that make the news are featured here.
  • Other Sites - a list of community indicators websites facilitated by Eastern Washington University.
  • Newsletter - subscribe, manage your account, and view archived newsletters.
  • Blog - a list of the most recently updated indicators on the Chelan-Douglas Trends website.
  • Compare - choose any two indicators from any community indicators website for a side-by-side comparison.

Community Indicator websites available in the Compare feature include: Benton-Franklin Trends, Grant County Trends, Kootenai County Indicators, NE Washington Trends [Ferry, Pend Oreille, and Stevens Counties], Skagit County Trends, Spokane County Trends, Walla Walla County Trends, and Yakima Valley Trends.

How can I stay involved?

  • Follow us on social media - find links at the bottom of the open hamburger Menu.
  • Subscribe to our Newsletter and Blog - send an email to with "CDT Subscribe" in the subject line.
  • Send us your photos! Do you have a high quality digital photo you would like to see on the website? Send it to with "CDT Photo" in the subject line. We will be more than happy to add a photo credit with your name on it.