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Bus Driver Appears on Amazon Bus Driver Appears on Amazon 2020-06-21
Community Transit Bus Driver Appears on Amazon Prime Video Regular Heroes Program
Comments on Draft Housing Comments on Draft Housing 2020-06-20
Snohomish County Welcomes Comments on Draft Housing and Community Development Plans
USCIS Provides Greater Flexibility USCIS Provides Greater Flexibility 2020-06-19
USCIS Provides Greater Flexibility in Processing Work Authorization Requests for Asylum Applicants
Snohomish to Improve Nearly 47 Miles of County Roads Snohomish to Improve Nearly 47 Miles of County Roads 2020-06-18
2020 Paving and Chip Seal Programs to begin annual work to preserve county roads
Applicants Sought For Affordable Housing Projects Applicants Sought For Affordable Housing Projects 2020-06-04
Applications for an estimated $1.5 million in federal funds and local funds to develop affordable rental housing and shelter projects will be accepted through July 27, 2020
Ferry schedules to remain in place Ferry schedules to remain in place 2020-06-04
Until further notice, all state ferries will operate on their current reduced schedules
WIAA unequivocally condemns racism WIAA unequivocally condemns racism 2020-06-03
The WIAA unequivocally condemns racism, hate and all actions motivated by social injustice.
Small Business Grants Small Business Grants 2020-06-02
WA Department of Commerce Awards Snohomish County Small Business Grants
Prison Lockdown During Protests Prison Lockdown During Protests 2020-06-02
Federal Prisons Under National Lockdown as Protests Continue After the Death of George
Fire Fighter Dies Fire Fighter Dies 2020-06-01
Fire District 7 and North County Fire/EMS mourn the loss of one of their own
Master Gardeners Offer Free Vegetable Gardening Online Classes Master Gardeners Offer Free Vegetable Gardening Online Classes 2020-05-21
“Growing a Vegetable Garden in a Pot” is one of six informative and concise vegetable gardening classes being offered online free by WSU - Snohomish County Extension Master Gardeners this June.
Community Transit Seeks Input Community Transit Seeks Input 2020-05-20
Community Transit Seeks Input on Transit Use in Response to COVID-19
Shop Safe Snohomish Shop Safe Snohomish 2020-05-19
Merchants, restaurants work together so customers can “Shop Safe Snohomish” City businesses demonstrate small-town spirit by helping one another re-open
DRIVE-UP COVID-19 TESTING SCHEDULE DRIVE-UP COVID-19 TESTING SCHEDULE 2020-05-18
The Snohomish Health District completed its pilot of the rapid test machines and is returning to drive-thru sites similar to the site operated in March.
Community Transit to Restore Fare Collection Community Transit to Restore Fare Collection 2020-05-18
Community Transit to Restore Fare Collection on Swift Bus Rapid Transit, Monday, June 1
Small Business Relief Small Business Relief 2020-05-17
Snohomish County Executive Propose Business Relief Funds to Preserve the Economy
EvergreenHealth Urges Patients to Continue Seeking Care EvergreenHealth Urges Patients to Continue Seeking Care 2020-05-15
EvergreenHealth has teamed up with more than 100 hospitals across the state to urge members of our communities not to put their health care on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Strikes spread in Yakima Valley Strikes spread in Yakima Valley 2020-05-14
Strikes spread in Yakima Valley as essential workers in fruit warehouses demand safe workplaces, hazard pay
Governor should reopen state employee contracts Governor should reopen state employee contracts 2020-05-13
Governor should reopen state employee contracts to cancel 3% pay raises due July 1
NEW DRIVE-THRU COVID-19 TESTING NEW DRIVE-THRU COVID-19 TESTING 2020-03-22
HEALTH DISTRICT OPENS APPOINTMENT-ONLY TESTING FOR PRIORITY WORKFORCE, HIGH-RISK RESIDENTS
Snohomish County to Close Park Gates Snohomish County to Close Park Gates 2020-03-22
Snohomish County to Close Park Gates and Bathrooms in Response to COVID-19
Four Community Transit Drivers Test Positive For COVID-19 Four Community Transit Drivers Test Positive For COVID-19 2020-03-19
We have received notification from four individual coach operators that their health care providers have informed them that they have tested presumptive positive for COVID-19.
Penalties for Possession of Commonly Abused Drugs Penalties for Possession of Commonly Abused Drugs 2020-03-12
Prison Fellowship’s Report Analyzes the Penalties for Possession of Commonly Abused Drugs in all 50 states and Under Federal Law
Everett Fire taking extra precautions Everett Fire taking extra precautions 2020-03-11
The Everett Fire Department wants to assure Everett residents and the greater community that the level of service they provide has not changed due to COVID-19.
Josephine Caring Community in Stanwood Josephine Caring Community in Stanwood 2020-03-11
The Snohomish Health District is investigating multiple confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) involving residents of Josephine Caring Community in Stanwood.
Legislature looking to quietly adopt a last-minute carbon tax Legislature looking to quietly adopt a last-minute carbon tax 2020-03-10
The voters have twice rejected carbon taxes and the legislature has consistently refused to adopt a carbon tax or cap-and-trade system.
King County to Boost Volunteer Opportunities King County to Boost Volunteer Opportunities 2020-03-10
King County Council Vice Chair Reagan Dunn on Tuesday proposed a program that would tap into the volunteer spirit of the general public to better assist the County’s efforts to combat the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mandatory sex education in public schools Mandatory sex education in public schools 2020-03-09
• Democratic-controlled Washington state Legislature passes SB 5395 requiring schools to include comprehensive sex education
Legislature promotes timber industry as carbon-negative Legislature promotes timber industry as carbon-negative 2020-03-08
• The legislation will make forestry sector more competitive amid carbon-emission fees • Forestry advocate says the industry reduces state’s net carbon emissions by 12%
Emergency income assistance Emergency income assistance 2020-03-07
Call to preserve medical benefits, halt evictions, prevent utility shut-offs, and provide emergency income assistance
Community Transit Proposes More Trips Community Transit Proposes More Trips 2020-03-06
Community Transit Proposes More Trips, New Routing for Fall 2020, Spring 2021
Youth Solitary Confinement Youth Solitary Confinement 2020-02-12
• Studies suggest solitary confinement is psychologically damaging, and can lead teens to suicide.
Home-Grown Home-Grown 2020-02-11
Lawmakers consider a grow-your-own recreational marijuana bill
Health care costs rising and U.S. life expectancy declining Health care costs rising and U.S. life expectancy declining 2020-02-11
Report on 2020’s Healthiest & Unhealthiest Cities in America
How to properly amend state constitution How to properly amend state constitution 2020-02-11
Income tax advocates reminded how to properly amend state constitution
Next Phase of SnoPUD’s Arlington Microgrid Next Phase of SnoPUD’s Arlington Microgrid 2020-02-11
Construction on Clean Energy Technology Center recently broke ground
New B&O Tax surcharge New B&O Tax surcharge 2020-02-10
A B&O Tax surcharge on selected big tech companies to raise $1 billion over four years for higher education.
Fatal collision in Everett Fatal collision in Everett 2020-02-09
raffic Safety detectives continue investigating a fatal collision in Everett.
Transit Expanding Swift Transit Expanding Swift 2020-02-07
Input sought on route improvements and options to connect to Link light rail in 2024
Treatment instead of prison Treatment instead of prison 2020-02-07
More drug offenders would be sentenced to treatment instead of prison under proposed law
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