1. Snohomish County Pursues Establishment of Smart County

    Snohomish County today announced that it will pursue establishment of a Smart County, potentially making it the first in the state of Washington and second in the nation. The concept centers on deploying technology within all areas of Snohomish County... Read on...
  2. Open House for “Inspiring Community Connections” to the Skykomish River

    “As the second fastest growing county in the nation, it is important to plan for sustainable use and improved stewardship of the Skykomish River, one of our country’s most beautiful waterways,” said Dave Somers, Snohomish County Executive. Read on...
  3. Snohomish County Tomorrow Program on Traffic Congestion Management

    Join us on Wednesday, May 24, to learn the City of Bothell’s approach to addressing congestion and how the coordination between proposed developments and transportation planning efforts will help to ease the impacts of traffic growth. Read on...
View More
  1. National Trails Day on the Whitehorse Trail

    Are you looking for a great way to spend a Saturday in June? Join us for a work party on the Whitehorse Regional Trail in the Darrington area for National Trails Day.
  2. Flowing Lake Campsite Construction

    Construction of 10 new campsites at Flowing Lake park begins April 17th. While the campground will remain open during construction, work stoppages will occur after hours and on weekends to accommodate our campers. Estimated completion is mid June.
  3. Campground Host Needed at Wenberg Park

    Wenberg Park is currently in need of a campground Host for the summer 2017 season (May 1st through September 30). 25 hours per week. A full hook up site is provided. For more information, contact Ranger Blackburn at 360-652-7417. Campground Host Program
View More
  1. Mukilteo Teen Still Missing After One Year

    MUKILTEO, Wash. – Sheriff’s Office detectives are still looking for tips from the public in regards to the disappearance of 16 year-old Tyler Christensen from Mukilteo last year. Additional Info...
  2. Sheriff’s Office Receives National Award for Officer Safety

    WASHINGTON, DC - The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office was selected as the 2017 recipient of the Officer Traffic Safety Award by Destination Zero, an officer safety initiative sponsored by the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund. Additional Info...
  3. Sheriff’s Office Seeks Assistance from Border Towns in Homicide Investigation

    Detectives are asking for help from communities along the US/Mexico border in eastern California and western Arizona, asking if anyone has found a semi-automatic pistol and/or revolver along highway routes that lead to border crossings into Mexico. Additional Info...
View More