SnoCo Fire Agencies Distribute Face Masks

“Getting masks into the hands of people who need them will go a long way toward slowing the spread of the virus in our communities,” said Mukilteo Fire Chief Chris Alexander. “As fire agencies, we take our public safety role very seriously and this... Read More.

SnoCo PUD Signed Major Emergency Declaration

The declaration will allow for interagency support in the form of aid in responding to outages, downed trees, or any situation related to the ongoing storm and gale watch, reports King5 this AM. Although Snohomish County PUD has restored power to over 44,000 homes since... Read More.

Mother’s Day 2019 – SnoCo and Skagit County Edition

**This list is to be updated as feedback comes in. Check back if you don't see anything that catches your eye** Mother’s Day 2019 – Snohomish and Skagit County Edition Mother’s Day Charm Walk Cost: $25-$35, Kids are Free, taking place in quaint Historic Downtown Monroe From the... Read More.

SnoCo Sheriff’s Office Warns of Common Scams

Trending Scams in Snohomish County The Snohomish County Sheriff’s office is floating out information on common scams being reported at this time. Not detailed are the persevering “portfolio recovery scam”, “Medicare scam”, and student loan scams. “Legitimate government agencies, non-profits and companies will never call and demand... Read More.

Six Use-of-Force Investigations in SnoCo Conclude

From the City of Everett Police Department: the Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team, SMART, have concluded six investigations into use of force from 2018. SMART is a team of detectives from various SnoCo law enforcement agencies that respond to and investigate police use-of-force incidents. From... Read More.

No 2019 Rate Increase for SnoCo PUD

Snohomish County Public Utility Department Board of Commissioners has released a statement confirming that there will be no rate hike in 2019, crediting internal cost control measures and “stronger than expected financial results” from the year prior. This is a deferment of the predicted increase, which... Read More.

SnoCo Medical Examiner Media Report

Unfortunately, the ME Office has multiple updates for us today. The examination of the 43-year old female who was found in Lake Stevens on March 28 is now complete. The cause of death is drowning. The manner of ... Read More.