|Snohomish County offices reopened on July 6, 2021 with limited in-person services. Due to limited staff in the SWM office, we recommend the public contact us by phone (425-388-3464) or email (email@example.com) to discuss your issue or to set up an in-person meeting.|
Snohomish County provides essential services to safeguard your health and our environment through its stormwater utility, Surface Water Management (SWM). You can see us in your community as we help people fix drainage problems, clean up water pollution and improve stormwater systems. These services are funded by a utility charge paid by people in unincorporated Snohomish County.
Learn more about SWM utility charges and billing.
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Visit the SWM News page to read past newsletters and see a collection of stories about SWM's work in the community.
If you have a septic system and want to learn how to take care of it, we have resources to help you. A little bit of maintenance goes a long way to save you money, protect our water, and keep your system running for years to come. Watch this video or visit https://snohomishcountywa.gov/Septic to learn more.
The Stillaguamish Discretionary Fund rebate program helps landowners, community groups, and non-profit organizations carry out water quality improvement projects in the former Stillaguamish Clean Water District. The voluntary, non-regulatory program offers funding for small projects on private or public property that will provide shellfish protection benefits in Port Susan or South Skagit Bay.
To learn more about the program and access application materials, visit: Discretionary Funds Rebate Program.
Please note that funding for rebates is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are exhausted.
Snohomish County has completed its SWM Utility Business Plan to improve stormwater utility services we provide you while keeping costs down. Visit the SWM Business Plan webpage to learn more.