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of Snohomish County
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Everett WA 98206
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Snohomish County Tomorrow
Kate Lunceford
Published on: 11/9/2021
Complex issues face our county’s growing population. From Growth Management Act requirements to the creative use of new “hub cities” in underdeveloped areas (next to high-speed transit stops), there is a wealth of great detail and even opportunity for your feedback in this summary report of the November 4th meeting of Snohomish County Tomorrow’s subcommittee, the Planning Advisory Committee.


LWV Activists Arrested While Supporting Voting Rights
Daniela R Birch
Published on: 11/21/2021
The national League of Women Voters has joined with hundreds of voting rights advocates to demonstrate in Washington, DC in front of the White House. The protests resulted in the arrests of participants such as the LWV Board president, its CEO, two board members, its senior director of Mission Impact and League members from at least eight different county leagues.

Children's Services Committee

Homelessness in Snohomish County Program is available
Published on: 11/6/2021
Find the committee's recording of the program they put together to share results of their study on homelessness and hear interviews with local organizations
Beautiful Soles doing local work to help homelessness in SnoCo
Published on: 10/8/2021
As part of our ongoing effort to educate our membership about the agencies in our community serving families, children, and youth experiencing homelessness, we are introducing you to Beautiful Soles.
Latest news on evictions
Published on: 8/26/2021
We have updated the resource section on the website to include the most up-to-date information concerning the state and federal eviction moratorium guidance. There is also a short summary of the existing standards and available eviction relief programs.

Redistricting Committee

How do we repair our broken Redistricting process?
Karen A Crowley
Published on: 11/17/2021
The Redistricting Commission failed to meet its November 15 deadline. It is now up to the Washington State Supreme Court to draw our new voting-district maps, with a completion deadline of April 30, 2022. This statewide process is not working. How can we keep this from happening in the future? Let's talk about it, and begin to build a plan for change.