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  1. COVID 19 UPDATE - PUBLIC MEETINGS

    In compliance with Governor Inslee's direction, all board and commission meetings are cancelled until such time as the stay is lifted. If there is a "necessary and routine" need for a board or commission to meet it will be noticed as a special meeting. Additional Info...
  2. Permit Center Update: Hard Copy Delivery and Pick-Up

    Applicants with mandatory Hard Copy Delivery and/or Pick-Up of permit material may use the drop off bin available at the front door of City Hall. Please notify Teresa Meyers via email tmeyers@lakestevenswa.gov prior to any anticipated drop-off or pick-up. Read on...
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    EXTENDED DEADLINE Request for Recreation Proposals

    Have you wanted to bring a class or festival to the community? Now is your chance. Read on...
  5. EMERGENCY ORDER CLARIFICATION

    In order to clarify the Emergency Order I sent out on 3/23/20 I would like the citizens of Lake Stevens to understand the concept of this order. ... Additional Info...
  6. EMERGENCY: ORDER STAY HOME, PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH

    An order from the Lake Stevens mayor mandating Lake Stevens city residents, business owners, and others who work and recreate in the City of Lake Stevens stay home and limit their interactions with others ... Additional Info...
  7. Notice: City Hall Closed To The Public

    City Hall is currently closed to the public. All submittals and permit pick-ups will be by appointment only. Please call the main line to schedule. Main line for City Hall is 425-622-9400 Read on...
  8. City Council Meetings by Remote Participation

    In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) emergency City Council meetings will be conducted by remote participation beginning March 24, 2020. Additional Info...
  9. Health Precautions at Parks

    As an essential service, Lake Stevens Parks will remain open, however, restrooms and playgrounds are closed. Please use health precautions such as social distancing, limiting the number of people and sanitation when using parks.
  10. CITY RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (CORONAVIARUS)

    With the spread of the Coronavirus through Western Washington, the City is proactively taking steps to ensure the health and safety of its residents. On March 5, 2020 the Mayor Declared a State of Emergency exists. Read on...
  11. Proposed Right-of-Way Vacation of 123rd Ave NE Application LUA2019-0185

    The city received a request to vacate a portion of 123rd Ave NE. Read on...
  12. S Lake Stevens Rd closure

    S. Lake Stevens Road construction notice

    S. Lake Stevens multi-use path project begins October 24, 2019. See important information about road closures.
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    Police Department Seeking Volunteers

    Support the police and the community! Read More
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