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Posted on: September 21, 2022

Council Votes “No” to Proposed Tax Exemption 4-3

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The Snohomish City Council voted “no” (4-3) last night regarding the adoption of Ordinance 2442 which would have amended Chapter 3.50 of the Snohomish Municipal Code (SMC) to extend the multi-family housing tax exemption (MFTE) to the Midtown District.

Council Votes “No” to Proposed Tax Exemption 4-3

 

CONTACT:       Shari Ireton, Director of Community Engagement & Strategic Initiatives

ireton@snohomishwa.gov, 425-512-1839

 

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Posted on: September 14, 2022

New Development Application Received

New Development App

Site Development Plan Application Received for 501 Rainier Street

The applicant is proposing demolition of the existing residence and warehouse structures and construction of a three-story multifamily building with six townhouse condo units on a 15,364 SF lot located at 501 Rainier Street. For more information on this n...

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Posted on: July 29, 2022

The summer 2022 issue of the Snohomish Quarterly is arriving in mailboxes soon

Snohomish Quarterly Summer22 Cover

This issue features the Art Walk and a message from Mayor Redmon about the City's spirit of community.

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Posted on: July 25, 2022

Toxic Algae at Blackmans Lake

Toxic Algae Alert

Blackmans Lake is experiencing a potentially toxic bloom of blue-green algae. The bloom looks like bright green paint floating on the surface of the water.

WARNING signs will be posted at Hill and Ferguson Parks and provide guidance for lake recreation (see below sign). It is especially important to avoid areas of algae scum because this is where the toxin levels are the highest. 

The WARNING signs a...

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Posted on: August 22, 2022

Do You Have a Better Idea?

Comprehensive Plan

Make your vision for Snohomish the community vision, too, by submitting a “docket” application now.

The docket process is how community members – be they residents, property owners, or business owners – can present their ideas of what the future Snohomish should look like.

The Growth Management Act requires an annual opportunity for t...

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Posted on: June 8, 2022

Expect Traffic Delays and Road/Lane Closures

Road Construction Ahead

Below is a map of the City of Snohomish 2022 Construction Projects. Please contact the project manager identified if you have any questions about a project.

2022 Construction Projects Flyer

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Posted on: May 16, 2022

2022 Summer Yard Watering Calendar

Sprinkler

In a continued effort to conserve water, the City offers a summer yard watering calendar for residents.

2022 Watering Calendar

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Posted on: February 28, 2022

Mayor Announces New City Administrator

Linda Redmon

Mayor Linda Redmon has chosen Heather Thomas to lead city operations replacing Steve Schuller as City Administrator. This change goes into effect on March 21, 2022.

“Under my authority as Mayor, and as I was elected to do, I am revamping our internal functioning in order to better serve our community,” stated Mayor Redmon. “My priorities for how City Hall serves Snohomish are communicati...

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Posted on: January 27, 2022

Subareas Study Consultants Selected

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LDC, Inc. and ECONorthwest have been selected as the consultant team to kick off the City’s Subareas Study project.

The City will be looking at three subareas to determine if new land use designations would facilitate the creation of more and new housing options in the city.  The three subareas are called:

  • North Lake;
  • North Corner; and
  • Central West.

 

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Posted on: November 3, 2021

City Council Meeting Audio

Council Audio 2020

Citizens who are unable to attend live Snohomish City Council regular meetings (via zoom) 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 typically published online within a day or two following the regular meetings. Audio recordings can be heard by goin...

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