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Posted on: February 19, 2020

Midtown Planning District Task Force: Now Accepting Applications

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The City of Snohomish is now accepting applications from citizens interested in serving on a visioning task force for the Midtown District, a prime development area along Avenue D from Sixth Street north to SR9.

The Midtown Planning District is the portion of Avenue D from Sixth Street north to SR 9 that is currently zoned Commercial.  This area is being studied because it appears ready for redevelopment, and specifically, because the former Snohomish Co...

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Posted on: February 12, 2020

Toxic Algae Alert

Toxic Algae Alert

Blackmans Lake is experiencing a blue-green algae bloom with scum accumulating along the shorelines.

A sample that was collected on 2/10/2020 confirmed that the algae species has the potential to produce toxins (neurotoxin or liver toxin). 

WARNING signs were posted at Hill Park and the public boat launch which provide guidance for lake recreatio...

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Posted on: February 10, 2020

Phishing Alert

Phishing Scam

The Washington State Business Licensing Service (BLS) has notified the City that some local license customers are getting phishing attacks emailed to them.

Scam emails may tell the business that endorsements should be renewed or certified via a link in the email. These emails are not from the Department of Revenue or any of it’s partners. Renewal notices from BLS will be sent from cms.dor.wa.gov. V...

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Posted on: February 18, 2020

Stay Informed About Development Projects in the City

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See what has been submitted recently and look at development applications currently in review.

Development projects on vacant land and larger redevelopment projects typically require a land use decision with a public comment period before the applicant can break ground to start construction activities.  To find out which land use applicati...

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Posted on: January 16, 2020

City Transitions to Automated Phone/Text Notifications

Phone Notifications

Effective March 1, 2020 the City will transition to an automated phone/text messaging system that will notify customers regarding delinquent bills.

The City will no longer place tags on the doors of single-family residences notifying of service shut-off. Because of this, it is important for customers to update their contact information with the City. To sign up for e-bills, phone, or text notificatio...

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Posted on: February 19, 2020

City Council Meeting Audio

Council Audio 2020

Citizens who are unable to attend a Snohomish City Council regular meeting have the option of accessing audio recordings of the meetings.

Audio sessions are synchronized to specific agenda items in order to provide listeners with quick access to the desired item. The audio is published online the morning following the regular meetings. Audio recordings can be heard by going to the City&...

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Posted on: January 18, 2020

New Development Application Received

Notice of New Development Application

Emil’s Walk Site Development Plan Application Received

A Notice of Application was issued today for the Emil’s Walk Site Development Plan for construction of a mixed use development on Lincoln Avenue consisting of five residential units and one commercial space within two separate, three-story build...

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Posted on: February 14, 2020

City News

City News

Catch up on City News!

Some highlights of recent City news:

  • City Hall Closed on Monday, February 17 for Presidents’ Day
  • Toxic Algae Alert for Blackmans Lake
  • Phishing Alert for Local Businesses
  • and more!
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