District 1 Investments

In 2022, Councilmember Nehring partnered with Executive Somers and the Snohomish County Arts Commission to establish a veterans memorial at the approach to the Haller Bridge near Arlington. 

The memorial is the first in Snohomish County to specifically honor military veterans killed in post-9/11 conflicts. This location along the Centennial Trail is a popular destination for recreation and provides a peaceful setting for reflection and prayer to honor the brave people lost to recent military conflicts. 

Wenberg Park Dock Improvements Completed in 2019

Wenberg Park Dock

Parks Projects in the 2022 Budget

  • Haller Park Improvements – $50,000 – Arlington 
  • Old School Park Improvement – $32,000 – Darrington 
  • Frank Mason Park Improvements – $43,000 – Granite Falls
  • Veteran’s Memorial – $50,000 – Centennial Trail near Arlington
  • Kayak Point Park - $2,616,959
  • SR 530 Memorial - $2,400,000
  • Whitehorse Park - $1,227,572

Sauk Prairie Road Improvements Completed in 2020

Sauk Prairie Road

Veterans Memorial at Haller Bridge

Veterans Memorial

As part of the County's investments using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars, Councilmember Nehring is partnering with the City of Marysville to make significant upgrades to Strawberry Fields in Marysville.

The improvements will include a new turf field, playground, dog park, and walkways. This project is planned to be completed in 2023.

Conceptual Drawings of Kayak Park Improvements

Kayak Park Concept

County Roads Projects in the 2022 Budget

  • SR530/Smokey Pt Blvd - $350,000
  • Goodman Creek Culvert Repair - $150,000
  • Nicks Rd Flood Repair - $341,000
  • 84th ST NE/163rd AVE NE Intersection Improvements - $172,000
  • 84th ST NE/123rd AVE NE Intersection Improvements - $140,000
  • 88th ST NE - $400,000
  • 67th AVE NE Intersection Improvements - $140,000
  • Jordan Creek Bridge - $365,000
  • Madden Bridge Rehab - $727,000