1. 2016 Assessed Values Notices in the Mail

    New assessment notices will be mailed to all property owners on June 24th. The new assessed values should reflect the market value of each property as of Jan. 1st 2016 and will be used to determine each property owner’s share of property taxes due in 2017 Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Leaders Approve Historic ST3 Package

    Snohomish County members of the Sound Transit Board of Directors unanimously approved the Sound Transit 3 package. This historic package would complete the regional network, linking Everett and Paine Field to Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, and beyond. Read on...
  3. Snohomish County Launches “Unidentified/Unclaimed Remains” Website

    Today, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner launched a new website to assist in identifying unclaimed or unidentified remains. For those who are searching for missing family members, it may provide a resource for—and ultimately a resolution Read on...
  4. Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Showcases Local Talent

    Six new artworks are now on view at the Snohomish County campus in downtown Everett as part of the 2016 Sculpture Exhibition sponsored by the Snohomish County Arts Commission. Read on...
  5. Music on the Plaza Lunchtime Concert Line-up Announced

    The highly-anticipated summer lunchtime concert series is back to make Wednesday afternoons a mid-week playcation in downtown Everett this July and August. Read on...
  6. Snohomish County Public Works has begun construction to replace bridge in Lochsloy community

    Pilchuck River Bridge 581, also known as Glover's Bridge, is closed for construction. Work on the bridge began in April and is scheduled to be completed in the fall. Area residents are being reminded the work zone is closed and there is no public access. Read on...
  7. Point in Time Count Final 2016 Report Released

    The annual Point in Time (PIT) count conducted on January 28, 2016 surveyed 1,118 persons in 878 households. Persons ranged in age from 44 days to 91 years old who were unsheltered, staying in emergency shelters, or living in temporary housing. Read on...
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