Twelve local community organizations were awarded Community Transit vehicles that have reached the end of their service life at the agency as part of the 13th Van GO vehicle grant program on September 7th.
Residents and businesses in Snohomish County now have a simpler and safer way to participate in needle cleanup efforts. Starting Wednesday, September 13th, free kits and needle disposal are available to residents and business owners cleaning up needles found in the community.
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 September 1st to September 7th.
A 16-year-old female crossing 132nd Street SE in Mill Creek at about 8:30 pm on Friday night, September 8, was hit by two separate vehicles and sustained traumatic injuries. The roadway was closed in both directions while an investigation took place.
Area schools are now in session and drivers should take extra care when in school zones, nearing crosswalks, and passing school buses.
Mill Creek Police officers and Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies will be out in force, making sure students make it to and from school safely. Traffic infractions are extra costly if tickets are issued.
Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Keith Rogers has been selected as the new Snohomish Chief of Police. He will be publicly sworn in as police chief on Tuesday, September 19th, at the Snohomish City Council meeting.
Two Everett Public School employees were recognized for their exemplary service at the Washington School Nutritional Association Annual State Conference. Angie Kestle received the Golden Apple Award and LeAnne Mallos received the Apple Blossom Award.
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 August 25th to August 31st.
A Mill Creek Sports Park project to improve field safety, to reduce lighting and maintenance costs, and to allow disabled people field access is at risk because the Washington State Legislature hasn't yet passed the 2017-2018 Capital Budget.