Public Works Department
Lee Webster Public Works Director
Please call for email address.
The Public Works Director oversees the department, whose responsibilities include:
facility maintenance, water, streets, wastewater services, equipment services,
Locust Grove Cemetery, Columbia Cove Community Center, the swimming pool, and Anderson Field Airport.
Small Public Works Roster
As of 2008, the City of Brewster transitioned our Small Public Works Roster to the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) Rosters shared online database. To be eligible to work on small public works projects with the City of Brewster, please register your company with MRSC Rosters.
The City of Brewster will no longer maintain Small Works and Consultant rosters separate from those provided by MRSC.
City of Brewster
P.O. Box 340
105 South 3rd Street
Brewster, WA 98812
ATTENTION: You must be at least 48" tall to play on the large water slide (picture above). If you are under that height we also have a slide that is just your size!!
HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM Swim Team
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Swim Lessons
1:00 PM – 4:45 PM Open Swim
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM Open Adult Swim and Adult/Tot (4 yrs. and under)
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Open Swim
Saturdays and Sundays – Swim Team/Private Parties/Programs
Schedules/Times subject to change, please call us to verify.
2021 POOL FEES
|Daily General Admission|
|Admission for ALL Ages||$3.00|
|Season Pass – Individual – Inside City Limits||$60.00|
|Season Pass – Individual – Outside City Limits||$70.00|
|Swim Lessons - Weekly Rate|
|Lessons – Inside City Limits – W/ Season Pass||$28.00|
|Lessons – Inside City Limits – No Season Pass||$33.00|
|Lessons – Outside City Limits – W/ Season Pass||$40.00|
|Lessons – Outside City Limits – No Season Pass||$48.00|
|Private Pool Rental|
|Private Rental – Per One Hour||$145.00|
The City of Brewster is very proud of its parks system.
Brewster boasts waterfront parks with docks and a boat launch, RV park, gazebos,
several sports fields, a community center, and public pool.
Park Usage Fees
Effective January 1, 2021
|Park Usage – League – Adult||$652.00|
|Park Usage – League – Youth (can do in-kind for fees)||$431.00|
|Park Usage – Tournament||$215.00|
|Dance – Commercial||$1,205.00|
|Dance – Private||$547.00|
|Brewster's park gazebos can be reserved for special occasions at a nominal fee (see below). Reservations ensure that you get the gazebo on the day(s) you want, otherwise, it is available to anyone who arrives first. Phone or email us for availability and reservations.|
Locust Grove Cemetery
Locust Grove Cemetery Rates and Fees
Effective January 1, 2021
|Cemetery Lots (6 ft. x 10 ft. – Centered)||$448.00|
|Opening and Closing – Standard Lot||$458.00|
|Opening and Closing – Cremation Lot||$173.00|
|Opening and Closing – Full Burial – Weekend Service||$1,152.00|
|Opening and Closing – Cremation – Weekend Service||$438.00|
|Perpetual Care – Standard Lot||$690.00|
|Perpetual Care – Cremation Lot||$201.00|
|Exhumation for Standard Lot||$1,152.00|
|Exhumation for Cremation||$328.00|
|Headstone Setting Fee||$232.00|
|Veteran Headstones – No setting fees because of their service to our country.|
|Flower Vase Setting Fee (Includes Vase)||$87.00|
|Overtime charges (per hour) for services concluding after 12 noon.||$141.00|
Locust Grove Cemetery Rules and Regulations
"A Community United"
Committed to promoting community fellowship by providing a safe, positive, and supervised environment to gather regardless of race, creed, or color.
In 1990, Jerald Aldridge came to work for the City of Brewster as Park Manager. In 1991, Jerald presented an idea to the City Council to open a Recreation Center for the City's youth. The first Recreation Center was a one-room building approximately 3,000 square feet previously used for storage. Jerald and a handful of volunteers turned that building into a safe and comfortable place for the kids of Brewster to come to play, study, and sometimes just have a place to be. After a few years and several hundred members, the Recreation Center became too small. Jerald had bigger dreams, which included a larger facility to house all the kids in Brewster that wished to be a member. Thanks to a Community Development Block Grant and a lot of hard work on the part of Jerald and several other City staff members and volunteers, construction began on a new Community Center. The Community Center boasts a whopping 12,000 square feet which includes a gym, game room, computer lab, full kitchen facilities, and houses Okanogan County Headstart. We now have a center that provides services to all citizens of Brewster. Where the kids can still come and play games, use the gym, use computers, or study. A place to hold a meeting, large or small. A place to hold a wedding reception, a dance, a baptism, a bazaar, or a quinceañera.
Rental and Usage Fees Effective January 1, 2021
Security Deposit for Event Rental, Gym – Security Deposit
(Security Deposit Is Refunded After Inspection and Return of Key)
|Security Deposit – Event||$691.00|
|Public Dance + $500 Insurance Policy||$1,889.00|
|Security (1 Officer + 2 Security)||$526.00|
|Churches (Special Request)|
|Social Services Youth – Nonprofits During Working Hours|
|Kitchen Rental Add to Deposit and Rental Fees||$138.00|
|Extra Day to Setup/Decorate||$125.00|
|Extra Day to Cleanup||$125.00|
|Hourly Rental Fees|
|City Resident – Per Hour||$32.00|
|Non-City Resident – Per Hour||$56.00|
|Staff Set-up/Clean-up Fee – Per Hour||$41.00|
Anderson Field Airport
Anderson Field Airport is generally oriented east/west. It has a single, 4,000' by 60' runway with magnetic headings of 7 and 25. A single, 35' wide taxiway positioned perpendicular to the runway provides access to the 150' by 325' aircraft parking apron which contains 12 aircraft parking spaces. A fixed base operator's facility is located at the south edge of the parking apron. Seven private aircraft hangars and an agricultural aircraft spraying facility are located east of the parking apron. Anderson Field Airport is unusually long and wide compared to most general aviation airports in Washington Also it has a very clear approach and departure paths and side-to-side clearances.
These physical features, combined with growth in the Brewster area,
suggest that continued capital investment in the airport will be well justified.
|FAA Location ID||S97|
|Runway Length||4,000' – paved|
|Taxiway||Perpendicular connector from runway to aircraft apron|
|Surface||Bituminous Surface Treatment (BST)|
|Visual Aids||Two windsocks, rotating beacon|
|Lights||Runway edge and runway threshold – medium intensity|
|Runway Orientation||7/25 magnetic|
|Latitude||48 degrees 06' 29" N|
|Longitude||119 degrees 43' 24" W|
|Structures||Hangars south and east of aircraft parking ramp|
City Projects, Photo & Video Gallery
Time-Lapse Videos of the 3.7 Million Dollar Project
This is a “fog seal” of Indian and First Street. The fog seal will add life to the chip seal we had done last year. This was done with Transportation Improvement Board dollars, at a cost of $0 to the City.