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Public invited to Grand Opening of Mukilteo Bike Park

Mukilteo Bike Park

MUKILTEO—The City of Mukilteo is excited to announce the grand opening and ribbon-cutting of the Mukilteo Bike Park, located off 76th Street Southwest and 44th Avenue West, on June 15th at noon. The celebration will gather city officials, volunteers, and community residents to unveil the 6,000 sq/ft pump track and three jump lines (green, blue, […]

City of Mukilteo launches new website and mobile app

Mukilteo website

MUKILTEO—The City of Mukilteo is excited to announce the launch of its redesigned website and new City-branded mobile app, now available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Website Features: Mobile App Features: Mayor Joe Marine stated, “These new digital tools make it easier for residents to engage with the city and stay […]

Take the survey: What should be the new name for Mukilteo Speedway

Mukilteo Speedway

MUKILTEO—The City of Mukilteo is inviting residents to participate in a public survey on renaming the Mukilteo Speedway (SR 525) from Beverly Park Road to 1st Street in Mukilteo. The survey will run until May 31st, providing an opportunity for the community to voice their opinions on potential new names for the main stretch of […]

21st LD Democrat Vice Chair resigns to run as Republican

riaz khan

MUKILTEO—Former Mukilteo City Councilman and Vice Chair of the 21st Legislative District Democrats, Riaz Khan, officially resigned from the Democratic party three days ago, on May 5, and is now running for the 21st Legislative District State Representative position as a Republican against Democrat incumbent Strom Peterson. The Mukilteo resident officially filed for candidacy to […]

Mukilteo Long-Range Financial Planning Committee seeking applicants

Mukilteo Long-Range Financial Planning

MUKILTEO—The City of Mukilteo is pleased to announce the formation of a Long-Range Financial Planning Committee and is inviting Mukilteo residents to apply for three volunteer positions on the Committee. The Committee, comprised of three City Councilmembers, three Mukilteo resident volunteers, and three administration staff members, will play a role in shaping the City’s financial […]

Mukilteo Council approves new building and fire codes effective March 15

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MUKILTEO—At its Business Meeting on February 20, the Mukilteo City Council amended its building and fire codes and approved legislative priorities from its annual retreat. Also, Mukilteo Police Chief Andy Illyn presented local crime fighter and resident, Debbie Willcut, with the Community Law Enforcement Award for her exemplary volunteer service to public safety. All councilmembers were present […]

Mukilteo to hold public hearing on amendments to fire and building codes

building codes

MUKILTEO—For its Business Meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, February 20, the Mukilteo City Council will hold a public hearing on amending its building and fire codes and approving legislative priorities from its annual retreat. The meeting will be held both in-person and can watch the live streaming of Council Meetings at www.mukilteowa.gov, Facebook Live and is […]

Mukilteo 2024 State of the City address, February 28

Mukilteo city address

MUKILTEO—Mukilteo Mayor Joe Marine will deliver his 2024 State of the City Address on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 11:30 a.m. at Rosehill Community Center. Hosted by the Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce, the event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but not required. Mayor Marine will present the State of the […]

Marine, Moon, Powers appointed to National League of Cities committees

National League Cities

MUKILTEO—The City of Mukilteo proudly announces the appointment of three officials to positions within the National League of Cities (NLC) Committee and Advocacy Groups. Joe Marine, Mayor of Mukilteo, Jason Moon, City Councilmember, and Steve Powers, City Administrator, have been selected to serve on key committees, further solidifying Mukilteo’s commitment to national advocacy and leadership […]

Snohomish City Councilman Tom Merrill new Community Transit board chair

Community Transit board

SNOHOMISH COUNTY—Snohomish City Council Member Tom Merrill was selected by his peers on February 1 to serve as chair of the Community Transit Board of Directors for 2024. Stanwood Mayor Sid Roberts was chosen as board vice chair. Lynnwood Mayor Christine Frizzell was selected as board secretary. Merrill has lived in the city of Snohomish […]

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