COVID-19 - Risk Assessment Dashboard & County Variance

This dashboard provides an overview of the key metrics and data used to assess counties to enter a new phase of reopening. **Best on a desktop. If viewing on phone, view horizontally.

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Recent Updates

Most workers in Washington will have to wear a mask or face covering at work under new coronavirus workplace safety and health requirements that took effect June 8. Read More >>

Inslee issues safety plan template for businesses in Phase 3 Please note that none of the services counties in Central WA have yet to move to Phase 3, but use this template as planning and preparation. Read More >>

ACTION REQ'D: Home Resource & Buyers Guide
CWHBA is at it again with E&M Consulting, Inc. to produce the Fall 2020 edition of the Membership Directory Home Resource & Buyer Guide!

If you have updates to make on your listings and/or contact information, please contact us with those changes no later than June 30th.

Membership Directory Advertising

E&M has recently been reaching out to members about advertising opportunities to promote your business or services in the directory, simultaneously supporting CWHBA. Please give E&M a moment of your time.

If you or someone at your business is fluent in Spanish, we’d like to recognize this!  In order to better meet the needs of our community, CWHBA has created a unique identifier for member listings who are able to support their customers in both English and Spanish.

If you’d like to be listed in this new category please let us know. Email with your information. 
2020 CWHBA Scholarship Deadline June 19th, 2020!
The Central Washington Home Builders Association is proud of its commitment to workforce development and education and is an enthusiastic supporter of students preparing for the future work force in the Building Industry.
Each year, CWHBA awards scholarships to local students furthering their education in the building industry or its related fields based on academic factors, applicant performance and career goals:

  • Two (2) $500 Education Program Scholarships
  • One (1) Cliff Tanasse Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship awards are for the upcoming academic school year. Checks will be issued to the school of record benefitting the recipient. Applications must be postmarked by June 19th, 2020.  Please help us get the word out and share with students who may be eligible!
We Want to Hear from YOU!
CWHBA is collecting testimonials for our website, ads, and various publications. 

If you are willing to share a little more about your experiences as a member, please take a moment to follow the link here and answer any or all of the questions . We value your feedback.
If you have any questions, please email Lindsay at or call us at 506-454-4006.
Axes & Ales with CWHBA
July 15, 5:30 PM
Axe Bliss in Wenatchee, WA
Have an Axe to Grind?

Come and "bury the hatchet!" of Covid-19 with your fellow CWHBA members on July 15 at in Wenatchee, WA!

  • Entry fee $20: includes axe throwing, complimentary food, and beverages.
  • Space is limited - so don't delay!

Axe Bliss in Wenatchee is a new location with a unique activity and sport that is growing across North America. Everything is designed with safety in mind. We want to give our members a chance to blow off some steam by chucking axes as we reemerge from this pandemic!
Thank you to our event sponsors!
2020 CWHBA Golf Classic
July 30, 2020
Apple Tree Resort
Only a few team registrations remain!! This CWHBA member-exclusive event is one of the most anticipated opportunities for members to connect and have fun, while helping support the work and efforts of the CWHBA membership association. The 2020 CWHBA Golf Classic will be held at the Apple Tree Resort in Yakima, WA.

Thank you to our event sponsors! If you would like more information about potential sponsorship opportunities please reach out to Lindsay at or 509-454-4006.
Michael Lubliner leads the Washington State Energy Code-Residential technical assistance program and also supports the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America Program and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR Program.
2018 Energy Code Update Webinar
July 21, 8:30 AM
Online Webinar Training

The effective date of the 2018 Washington State Energy Code was recently postponed to November 1, 2020. CWHBA and Washington State University is hosting a two-hour live online new code requirement update for CWHBA members.

This training is designed for building department staff, builders, sub-contractors, architects, homeowners, and other building industry professionals. The training will include a question and answer session.
NAHB Certified Aging in Place (CAPS) and Universal Design Essentials Courses
Become a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) and take the Universal Design Essentials course, now both available for a limited time in a virtual classroom. Through the months of June and July, Gail Stocks, founder and principal of EZ Way To Stay and NAHB approved instructor, is offering these courses in a virtual classroom at a substantial discount, $200. Registration Deadline is June 12.
Get Connected to NAHB FREE Education Offerings

Partner with Real Estate Brokers: Increase New Home Sales and Sell Against Used Houses

Residential Construction & Safe Ladder Use: It Can Be Done!

Use Modern Materials to Create the Traditional Exteriors Buyers Want
Business Essentials

From Content to Conversion: Building a Killer Website

NAHB Anti-Harassment Training

The Five Drivers of Business Success

Cybersecurity Risks and Best Practices for Construction Professionals
Chelsea Snodgrass , Executive Officer

Jake Mayson , Government Affairs Director

Emily Jameson , Member Services Director, South Central

Cheryl Nelson , Member Services Director, North Central
CWHBA Yakima | 3301 W. Nob Hill Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902
CWHBA Wenatchee | 25 N. Wenatchee Ave., Suite 207-B, Wenatchee, WA 98801
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