Snohomish County Sheriff's Office - a message from Sheriff Ty Trenary
Sheriff Ty Trenary

Announcing Full Service Precincts

I am pleased to let our north and south county residents know that soon they will no longer have to travel to the courthouse in Everett for fingerprinting, records requests, weapons permits and more.  Those services will be available at our North and South Precincts starting May 18. 

This initiative is part of the mission that we set for this agency a year-and-a-half ago: to become more community-minded in our services.

To celebrate this milestone, each of our precincts will host an Open House next week (see below for dates and times).  These events will feature specialty unit demonstrations, including K9, Marine, Patrol, Search & Rescue and SWAT. Bring the whole family to meet the deputies who patrol your neighborhood and keep our communities safe.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions and I hope to see you at one of our upcoming events.

Sheriff Ty Trenary

Precinct Open Houses

Join us for an afternoon of demonstrations, behind-the-scenes tours, and displays for the entire family. 

East Precinct
Thurs., May 14
4:00 to 7:00 PM
515 Main Street
Sultan WA 98294

North Precinct
Friday, May 15
4:00 to 7:00 PM
15100 40th Ave NE
Marysville WA 98271

South Precinct
Saturday, May 16
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
15928 Mill Creek Blvd.
 Mill Creek WA 98012

Sheriff's Office patrol deputy

Safety Tip of the Season

As the weather turns warmer and the days grow longer, we all are drawn to our beautiful Snohomish County rivers, lakes and shorelines.  Before you go, be prepared.
  • Never swim alone
  • Stay in designated swimming areas
  • Be cautious of sudden drop-offs and swift underwater currents
  • Stay warm – most of our rivers and lakes remain cold (between 55 and 60 degrees) all summer
  • Know your limits and your abilities
  • Check weather forecasts 
Find more safety tips and resources on our website.
Swimming Safety

News & Events


AquaSox Local Heroes Appreciation Night

7:05 PM, July 24

National Night Out

August 4
Watch your InBox for details about this annual event, brought to a neighborhood near you.

Spray gives police a tool to stop overdoses from turning fatal

(5/5/2015 - Everett Herald)
In recent weeks, Snohomish County deputies and other law enforcement officers have been getting training in the use of naloxone, better known as Narcan. The prescription medication is used on people who have overdosed on heroin or painkiller opiates, such as morphine, oxycodone or Vicodin.  The training comes at a time when overdose deaths from heroin and opiates have been on the rise in Snohomish County and elsewhere in Washington.

Sheriff's Office will launch full service precincts

(5/4/2015 - Sky Valley Chronicle)
Starting May 18 all three Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office precincts will be full service facilities.

Sheriff's deputy is a friendly source of support for Lakewood, Tulalip kids

(5/3/2015 - Everett Herald)
School Services Unit Deputy Bud McCurry works in the Lakewood School District and four schools on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. He's also the face of law enforcement in the county's juvenile drug court.

After being arrested, what happens with heroin abusers?

(4/29/2015 - Snohomish Tribune)
When a heroin abuser is caught, it’s not always the presence of heroin that factors into why they are arrested. Instead, police take a close look at what else the person they've caught has done, and what threat he or she poses to society. In other words, the drugs may be just a small part of the charges, depending on the person, law enforcement officials said. 

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