1. Seattle Hill Rd to Close between 132nd St SE to North of 136th St SE from April 20-23

    Snohomish County Public Works is entering the home stretch of re-building Seattle Hill Rd. A full closure of a section of the road will be necessary for upcoming construction activities. Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Awarded $1 Million Grant for North Creek Regional Trail Project

    A $1 million construction grant recently awarded to Snohomish County Public Works from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office marks the start of acquiring the funding needed to make that connectivity a reality. Read on...
  3. Snohomish County Executive Approves Contract for Solid Waste Services

    A new contract with Republic Services could achieve over $36 million dollars in savings over 20 years for Snohomish County residents. Thursday, March 26, 2018 Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers signed & authorized the final version of the contract ... Read on...
  4. Snohomish County Solid Waste Transfer Station Reopened After Hazardous Waste Incident Today

    Snohomish County Solid Waste Transfer Station located near Paine Field has reopened this afternoon after a hazardous material spill occurred on the “tipping floor” where the garbage is dropped off... Read on...
  5. Family Members of SR 530 Slide Victims Announce Permanent Memorial Effort

    On behalf of the family members of the 43 victims of the 2014 SR530 Slide, the Snohomish County Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism today announced plans to construct a permanent memorial for the victims, community, response efforts, & slide event. Read on...
  6. Free Upcoming Film Series to Focus on Local and Global Marine Shorelines

    Snohomish County residents interested in learning more about the Puget Sound and global marine environment are invited to attend a free community film series. Read on...
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