1. Snohomish County, Provides Notice of Data Security Incident

  2. New Features on Smartphone App Allow Snohomish County Residents and Visitors to Share Beach Data...

    Snohomish County beachgoers & boaters can snap more than eye-catching sunset photos with their smartphones. Using a mobile app called MyCoast county residents & visitors can share photos to report multiple types of marine debris & track beach change Read on...
  3. Community Shelter Build and Raising for Parks May 21-27

    Snohomish County Parks, Recreation & Tourism (SCPRT) is partnering with the Timber Framers Guild (TFG) to build and raise two park shelters and one stage for Snohomish County park properties. The event will include a teaching workshop ... Read on...
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  1. CENTENNIAL TRAIL SCHEDULED CLOSURES

    Sections of the Centennial Trail are scheduled for shoulder mowing between June 3rd and June 13th. Trail users should make alternative plans during this time. See schedule for specific date and locations. Read on...
  2. Jordan River Closed

    The Jordan Bridge, and access to the river from Jordan Road, will be closed May 29th and 30th. Closure is to allow for PUD maintenance. Bridge and access will re-open May 31st.
  3. Whitehorse Regional Trail Construction

    Construction crews will be working on resurfacing the Whitehorse Trail beginning April 29, 2019 and working through October to complete over 15 miles of trail. Read on...
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  1. Arrest Made in 1972 Homicide Cold Case

    Detectives from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Offices arrested a 77 year-old Edmonds (Washington) man yesterday for the 1972 murder of 20 year-old Jody Loomis. Additional Info...
  2. Property Crimes Detectives Seek the Public’s Help Locating Wanted Felon

    The North County Property Crimes detectives are seeking the public’s help to locate 44 year-old Timothy Curtis who is suspected of using a fake identification and a fraudulent check to obtain high-value items. Additional Info...
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