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Posted on: February 27, 2019

Lake Safety Markers

The city is accepting applications for Lake Safety Markers in accordance with the Lake Safety Program. A Type I Land Use Permit Application and a one time $350 filing fee is required. Please contact the permit center for more information.

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Posted on: December 24, 2018

Cavalero Park Plan Construction Permit Approved

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Cavalero Park Plan Construction Permit Approved

Lake Stevens, WA, December 18, 2018

The City of Lake Stevens Planning and Public Works Departments have approved the Construction Permit for the Cavalero Park Plan. Snohomish County and the City of Lake Steven...

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Posted on: September 29, 2016

Police Department Seeking Volunteers

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If you are interested in community service in the City of Lake Stevens,  working as a volunteer in the Lake Stevens Police Department may be the opportunity for you.  In addition to providing a valuable service to the City, you can work ...

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Posted on: February 20, 2019

Would hope that the engineers have a solution, I have little confidence

First off, why has Lake Stevens allowed so much development without the inner structure to support the development? As a thirty five year resident of Lake Stevens, the roads have become overcrowded with little improvement to the roads. Kind of the cart be...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: October 12, 2018

After waiting 40 minutes, and missing two trains, I gave up.

I leave early to miss traffic, and go to the train station in Everett every morning. Normally it takes me 15 minutes to get there. This morning there was an accident, and after waiting 40 minutes, and missing two trains, I gave up.

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 24, 2018

The longest and most dangerous backup of my commute

I am an office worker in Mukilteo and work irregular hours. The schedule of, and distance to, public transportation is not accessible. The trestle is not only the longest backup of my commute, but the most dangerous. It is impossible to see stopped traffi...

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