1. Storm brings more 911 calls than 4th of July

    Snohomish County 911 centers received more calls on Saturday, August 29th, than any other day to date this year. SNOCOM received 1,616 calls and SNOPAC received 3,751 calls. That’s 627 more calls than the number of calls received on July 4th 2015. Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Public Works and WSDOT Presented With 2015 National APWA Award

    The national American Public Works Association (APWA) honored Snohomish County Public Works and Washington State Department of Transportation Read on...
  3. County leading by example with Zero Waste initiative at Evergreen State Fair

    The County’s annual Evergreen State Fair is leading by example with its Zero Waste initiative, which aims to divert all fair-generated waste from the landfill through increased recycling and composting. Read on...
  4. Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s affirm county’s strong bond rating and stable outlook

    Citing the county’s large tax base and strong local economy, Moody’s Investor Service and Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Rating Services affirmed the county’s strong bond rating and stable outlook. Read on...
  5. Marine Resources Committee launches Instagram photo contest #CatchMoreCrabSnoCo

    EVERETT, WA – Snohomish County Surface Water Management announces a summer photo contest to promote best-crabbing practices. Read on...
  6. More than 100 miles of county roads to be resurfaced this summer

    With warm and dry weather, Snohomish County Public Works will begin its annual road resurfacing programs this summer targeting 107 miles of county roadways. Motorists will experience better driving conditions after the county improves the roads. Read on...
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