1. Snohomish County and the Marine Resources Committee Launch MyCoast – An App to Monitor CoastalChange

    Many beachgoers bring along their smartphone to capture the beauty of the local sand and surf. In addition to sharing with friends and family, these photos can lend valuable information to researchers. Read on...
  2. 13th Annual Music on the Plaza Lunchtime Concert Series Announced

    The highly-anticipated summer lunchtime Music on the Plaza concert series is back on Wednesdays, starting July 5 and lasting until August 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Read on...
  3. The Art of Claire Cundiff on display in the Robert J. Drewel Building

    EVERETT, WA, May 1, 2017 – The Snohomish County Arts Commission today announced a new art exhibit by Snohomish County artist, Claire Cundiff, that is on display in the lobby of the Robert J. Drewel Building in Everett through the month of June. Read on...
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  1. Just How Hot is Your Car?

    The temperature in your car can rise almost 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. Read on...
  2. Keep Pets Safe in Warm Weather

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  1. Centennial Trail Lane Restriction

    An approximate 100 ‘ section of trail between Hilltop Road and Wade Road on the CT has been reduced to one lane only. This includes horse traffic. County staff are assessing the site to determine when the restriction will end.
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  1. Planning a Summer Wedding? Now is the Time to Apply for Your Marriage License

    June, July and August are the most popular months for weddings and Snohomish County Recording is ready to help couples get their marriage license. Read on...
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  1. SAR Responds to 5th Rescue on Mt. Pilchuck in Two Weeks

    The Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Unit and volunteers from Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue responded to another rescue on June 19 at Mt. Pilchuck Additional Info...
  2. SAR and Volunteers Rescue Lost Hiker Wednesday

    On Wednesday, the Search and Rescue Unit and volunteers from Everett Mountain Rescue rescued a 24-year old male just north of Johnson Ridge. Additional Info...
  3. SAR and Volunteers Rescue Injured Climber

    MT. BAKER-SNOQUALIMIE NATIONAL FOREST – Yesterday morning, the Search and Rescue Unit and volunteers from Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue rescued an adult male from Sloan Peak (located in eastern Snohomish County). Additional Info...
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