At their May 23rd meeting the Mill Creek City Council unanimously passed a resolution adding “combat-wounded” parking at City of Mill Creek facilities and encouraging Mill Creek businesses to create their own “combat-wounded” parking stalls in private parking lots.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Unit and the U.S. Forest Service are cautioning backcountry and outdoor enthusiasts to stay safe this Memorial Day weekend, which is forecast to be sunny and warm.
The Snohomish County Search and Rescue Unit and volunteers from Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue rescued a man in his 50's who had dislocated his ankle while hiking the Lime Kiln Trail east of Granite Falls on Thursday afternoon, May 25th.
Mill Creek Police officers make any number of contacts and respond to numerous calls for service every day. This week’s police beat contains a brief description of a portion of those calls for the week of May 12th to May 18th.
Money really does grow on trees! People wandering through the south end of Mill Creek Town Center can now see tags attached to trees featuring dollar signs. The tags are part of an educational effort undertaken by the City of Mill Creek to help the community understand the value that trees and landscaping add to the city.
Local representatives from business and industry, educators, and community leaders will discuss next steps to help young people gain work readiness skills needed to fill high-demand jobs at the governor’s summit on career connected learning on Wednesday, May 31st, at 10:00 am.
A 17-year-old male driver was heading south on Bothell Everett Highway when he went off the roadway near Li’l Sprout Nursery and downed a power pole, closing three lanes of the road on Tuesday morning, May 23rd.