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News from Stephanie Wright

April 19, 2018

Stephanie Wright's eNewsletter

Stephanie Wright

Snohomish County Council
3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 609
Everett, Washington 98201
 8th floor, Robert J. Drewel Building 
Phone: 425-388-3494


JoshuaThompson, Legislative Aide

Full Road Closure In Lynnwood

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works advises motorists in the Lynnwood area of the full road closure at the intersection of Maple Road and Ash Way.

These full road closures will take effect 7:00 AM, Monday, Apr 23, 2018 through 5:00 PM, Friday, 11/30/2018.

Road closure barricades are installed at the following locations:

  • Intersection of Maple Road and Alderwood Mall Parkway
  • Intersection of Maple Road and Alder Way
  • Intersection of Maple Road and Ash Way

IMCO Construction has been granted full road closures at the intersection of Maple Road and Ash Way for intersection improvements. 

Any questions regarding this project may be directed to Snohomish County Public Works, at (425) 388-6453 or search for “Roads Central” online at

County Council to Hold 

Night Meeting In District 1

On Monday April 23rd. 2018, the Snohomish County Council will hold their fourth evening meeting of 2018. The meeting will be held at 6:00 PM at the Weston High School Commons, which is located within Snohomish County Council District 1, at 4407 - 172nd St NE, Arlington, WA  98223.  Directions to the event can be found here.

In November of 2016, Snohomish County citizens voted to pass Proposition 5 which requires the County Council to hold an evening meeting in each County Council district at least once per calendar year. It also requires a public hearing be held in the evening on the proposed budget presented by the County Executive and on any proposed ordinance to adopt, amend, or repeal a county comprehensive plan; and repeal inconsistent transition provisions.

Each public meeting includes a public comment period. The Council encourages the public to attend these meetings as they are able, and to come with ideas and suggestions for the Council as they start to plan for the County’s 2019 budget.

Earth Day Celebrations

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While Earth Day occurs on Sunday, April 22nd, celebrations and events will be held throughout Snohomish County in the days leading up to it.  On Friday, April 20th, an Earth Day Celebration will be hosted on the Snohomish County Campus Plaza, 3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, from 11:30 – 1:30pm.  There will be food trucks, information booths, giveaways, and electronic recycling available.  Those who want to become eligible for prizes can participate by picking up a form (at the event) that can be stamped at three or more of the booths you visit.  Turn the form back into the prize-drawing station and cross your fingers.  Drawings will begin at 12:30pm and the prizes include a copy of “An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth to Power” signed by former Vice President Al Gore, a rain barrel, a bag of Cedar Grove compost, a smart-starter kit of LED lamp bulbs and shower adapter, and re-useable utensils and shopping bag.  For those interested in taking advantage of the electronic recycling, a list of accepted items can be found here.

Edmonds will be hosting your friends and neighbors as they help remove invasive plants from Yost Park on Saturday April 21st, from 9am -12pm.  Bring work gloves and dress for the weather.  Some tools will be provided by bringing your own cutting and digging tools will help ensure there’s enough for everyone.  All ages are welcome and no registration is required.  Earth Day celebrants can also trek to Southwest County Park for ivy removal and trail maintenance, or forest cleanup at Logan Park.  Both events begin at 9am.

Those seeking adventure, that enjoy mobile gaming, and want to give back to their community can accomplish all three in the City of Sultan on Sunday, April 22nd from 10am – 12pm.  Sultan is one of just 21 cities nationwide included in a lineup of Earth Day Cleanup events coordinated by Niantic, the makers of virtual reality game Pokémon GO.  Sultan welcomes an expected influx of Pokémon GO players, who will work together to clean up Sultan parks. Earth Day Cleanup participants will meet at 9:30 a.m. in River Park to learn the lay of the land, and from there will be directed to Osprey, Reese, Steelhead and Sportsman parks, and the area known as Susie’s Trail. Once assigned to a specific area, Pokémoners will deploy on a trash and Pokémon-seeking mission.  As they clean, they will receive the opportunity to earn extra “Stardust” as they catch different Pokémon scattered around the city.

Don’t let this Stardust-earning opportunity pass you by!