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To report a violation, you may call the Lake Stevens Police Department at (425) 334-9537. If it is an emergency situation call 911.
If you are interested in applying for a position that is currently open, you must complete and submit a City of Lake Stevens application form and/or other materials during the filing period. The opening and closing dates are listed on the job announcement. Applications submitted after the final closing date will not be accepted.
As you complete the application form, make sure you pay close attention to the qualifications, education, and experience needed for the job. Describe the areas of your qualifications, experience, or education that show you meet those requirements. When your application is reviewed, our staff will match the qualifications, experience, and training on your application with the requirements given on the announcement to determine if you qualify for the position.
How do I apply for a Police Officer position?
We don't accept resumes or applications for positions that aren't open. If you'd like to be notified of future employment opportunities, use our "Notify Me" feature to be notified of employment opportunities and other news and alerts.
You must complete and submit application materials for each open position for which you want to be considered. Remember that every job classification will have different qualifications. Include information about your educational background, experience, and relevant licenses you hold that show how you meet the stated qualifications on the announcement.
Our Human Resources team is committed to ensuring that the application process is easy and user-friendly. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and we're available to assist you in several ways:
During non-business hours, you may contact:
The turn around time for notification varies depending on the number of applications received for a position. Typically, applicants are notified of their status within three to four days after the closing date on the job announcement.
All appointments to vacancies shall be made solely on the basis of job-related qualifications. These qualities shall be determined through careful and impartial evaluation of the following:
Lake Stevens is a water of the State of Washington and it is regulated by multiple Federal, State, County and Local agencies. The City of Lake Stevens and Snohomish County share the management responsibilities for the lake’s operations. The primary reason for regulating the lake levels is to maintain a summer and fall flow in the lake’s outfall channel for fish habitat.
Table 2 shows the target lake levels that are sought throughout the year. These elevations were determined based on the ideal elevation to achieve a continuous flow in the outfall channel during the summer and fall months when water flows in streams are typically at their lowest.
Summer Months we start setting Weir Elevation
Fall months we monitor and adjust accordingly
If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1. The city has staff standing by during all nonregular hours that can respond to emergencies. If it is not an emergency, you can leave a message at (425) 622-9403 and the report will be reviewed on the next regular working day.
An emergency would be considered any situation where there is a clear and present safety exposure to the public. Some examples would be a fallen stop sign, a tree blocking a public roadway, flooding on a public street, a mud slide into a roadway, or a downed street light. If in doubt, call 9-1-1 to report a situation. If it is not an emergency, call (425) 622-9403.
Storm ponds can be public or private. The City provides maintenance only on public ponds. Private ponds are required to regularly be cleaned and maintained by the associated homeowners. You can contact the City at (425) 622-9403 to find out if a pond is public or private.
Typical maintenance activities include removing vegetation, excavating accumulated sediment, and checking the control outlet structure for proper operations.