Target and recreational shooting in Snohomish County is regulated by a variety of local, county, state and federal laws. Most incorporated cities and municipalities have their own laws regarding the discharge of firearms within city limits. Please check with the city code and/or appropriate law enforcement agency before discharging firearms in city limits. A map of "no shooting areas" in the county is available for download.
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At this time, Concealed pistol license (CPL) applications can only be completed on-line. Get more information about
Requests for reports can be made in person at the 4th Floor of the County Courthouse (3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett), online, by email, by mail, or fax.
The online crime report allows you to submit a report if the following requirements are met: -The incident is not an emergency -There are no known suspects -The incident occurred in unincorporated Snohomish County -You have a valid email address -The item(s) were lost, stolen, or damaged -Dollar amount is under $5,000 To report a more serious crime, to report found property or if you need to have a deputy contact you for a loss of $5,000 or more, please call 911 and ask to be contacted by a deputy. Go to the
You can search the jail register for current inmates.
Snohomish County Animal Control Services, under the leadership of the County Auditor, handles all animal-related complaints. Contact
To report a chronic parking or traffic complaint, including illegal handicapped parking, speeding, red light and/or stop sign running, please submit an on-line Parking and Traffic Complaint. If this incident is occurring NOW, call 911!
To qualify as a “junk” vehicle a vehicle must meet at least three of the following conditions: -Must be at least three years old; -Must be extensively damaged; -Must be apparently inoperable; -Must have a “fair market value” equal only to the approximate value of the scrap in it; If the vehicle meets the above requirements, complete a Junk Vehicle Affidavit Inspection Request Form. More information:
Noise complaints associated with Commercial and Industrial activities are handled by Code Enforcement
Each year, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Fire District 1, and the Fire Marshal's Office receive more than 650 firework-related calls in July. Check the County's Firework Discharge Maps and get more information about
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office provides fingerprinting services for those residing within unincorporated Snohomish County at the 4th Floor of the County Courthouse (3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett) on a first come, first served basis. Appointments for fingerprinting can be made at the Sheriff's Office precincts and services are also available for residents of Granite Falls, Snohomish and Stanwood at the city's police department. Learn more about
We accept applications for new and lateral law enforcement and corrections deputies at anytime. Learn more about
If you believe you have information about a crime or case being investigated by the Sheriff’s Office – and it is not an emergency – please call our tip line at 425-388-3845. Callers may remain anonymous but are encouraged to leave a contact number for follow up and verification purposes only. All tips are kept confidential.
Contact the Office of Neighborhoods sergeant.
For more information on misdemeanor warrants, call the District Court at 425-388-3331. For more information on felony warrants, call the Snohomish County Clerk's Office at 425-388-3466.
If you think you have been the victim of identity theft please call 911 to file a report as soon as possible.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Civil Unit processes and serves a wide range of court documents filed in Washington and other states. In order to serve documents, staff will need to collect as much information as possible, including addresses, phone numbers, employment information and deadline for service. Papers cannot be served to post office boxes. We do not guarantee service and do not transfer custody of children except under court order (Writ of Habeas Corpus).
Read "Eviction: Are You Prepared?" and submit a Restitution Intake Form.
For safekeeping or found property, call the Evidence Unit for an appointment at 425-388-7050. The evidence room holds found property for 60 days, after which time items may be disposed of per state law. In most cases, deputies and/or prosecutors must approve release of evidence.
In the event of a non-emergency, such as illegal fireworks or noise complaint, in Snohomish County, please call 425-407-3999.