1. New traffic beacon on South Machias Road

    Snohomish County Public Works is activating a newly installed traffic beacon located on South Machias Road, directly in front of Centennial Middle School. Motorists and pedestrians need to be aware and understand how it operates. Read on...
  2. Survey reaches out to seniors, those living with disabilities

    Snohomish County’s Long Term Care and Aging Division is asking county residents to complete a survey to help officials and long-term care advocates better understand the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities in Snohomish County. Read on...
  3. County arts commission looking for projects to display at downtown campus

    The Snohomish County Arts Commission invites sculptors and digital installation artists to submit images of existing free-standing works or video installations to be considered for temporary exhibition on the Snohomish County Plaza in Everett. Read on...
  4. Mary Jane Brell Vujovic named new Human Services director

    Snohomish County Human Services has a new director. Following a national search earlier this year, Mary Jane Brell Vujovic, the department’s division manager for housing a community services, was appointed to the position March 1. Read on...
  5. Executive Lovick to deliver annual Snohomish County update Feb. 25

    Snohomish County Executive John Lovick will present his county update Wednesday, Feb. 25. Following a challenging and tragic 2014, Snohomish County is rebounding with resiliency and vibrancy. Executive Lovick will share what the county has accomplished. Read on...
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