Many people have expressed an interest in having a place to discuss lakes that allow for motorized watercraft in Snohomish County and issues they are facing. Snohomish County's Department of Conservation & Natural Resources began hosting open community meetings on this topic to provide a forum to help answer your questions and share concerns.
Wave damage reporting tool
Based on feedback from the initial meetings, the County developed a tool for community members to report damage from wave action. These results will help to identify when, where and how much damage is occurring. The information will be shared back to the community and help inform decision making.
Meeting ID: 981 0397 2421 Passcode: 541249 One tap mobile +12532158782,,98103972421#,,,,*541249# US (Tacoma) +16699006833,,98103972421#,,,,*541249# US (San Jose)
Frequently Asked Questions- see the most common themes, comments and questions discussed during the community meeting along with responses and additional information from the County and others involved in this topic.
Lake maps - per the request of community members, the county has developed maps for each lake showing the known locations of ski and other buoys and their distance from the shoreline. The information is also available in an interactive map for more advanced users.
Current Boating Rules and Regulations - See a summary of the current boating regulations for Snohomish County lakes and a link to the appropriate County Code (be sure to select the middle tab titled "Boating").