Provide input on Subarea Planning Phase of the Light Rail Communities Project

By Snohomish County | Press Release

Snohomish County, in partnership with numerous interested parties, is planning for the arrival of light rail in the mid-2030s through the preparation of a subarea plan. As the latest step in an extended public engagement process, the Light Rail Communities project is seeking input through a two-part online workshop to:

(Open Nov. 6) Gather your reactions to the results of two public engagement events held earlier this year; and

(Open Nov. 26) Hear from you about the topic of housing affordability in an area of Southwest Snohomish County.

The workshop will be available through December 20th at

Compatibility note: Internet Explorer is not a supported browser for this workshop. Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari should work best. Please feel free to email the project team at if you have any issues.

Light Rail Communities | Residential Housing Type Workshop

What: A two-part virtual workshop intended to report and receive feedback on recent public engagement results and explore the topic of housing affordability in an area of Southwest Snohomish County.

Note: Each part of the workshop will likely take at least 30 minutes to complete.


Part 1: November 6 – December 20

Part 2: November 26 – December 20


For more information about the Light Rail Communities project, please visit the project webpage at:

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