Public Works

Public works plays a major role in the function and operation of city services, including repairing traffic lights and signs, updating and managing stormwater collection systems and ponds, and maintaining roads and parks.  

The common areas serviced by Public Works include:

  • Parks maintenance
  • Pavement markings
  • Public structures
  • Roadways/Shoulders
  • Sidewalks/pathways
  • Snow response
  • Stormwater collection systems and ponds
  • Street signs
  • Traffic signals
Public Works Service Request
If you have a public works issue that you feel needs attention, please complete a public works service request.

vueworks logoYou can also submit a Service Request from anywhere using the CitizenVUE app! Check out this how-to guide and start using the app today.

Snow and Ice Control Plan

The City of Lake Stevens has adopted a Snow and Ice Plan, which is directed by a designated incident commander.  This plan establishes priority routes and policies used during a snow and ice event. See below for a map of priority areas as designated by how each road is highlighted. 

Priority routes are based on street function, traffic volume, and importance to the welfare of the general community.  This route plan has 3 priority levels.  These priorities are established to help ensure that the city’s core arterial routes, needed for general circulation and emergency response, get priority attention.  If the City is able to clear and maintain priority routes, non-designated streets may be serviced. 

Standard Road Closures during Snow & Ice events include:

Chapel Hill Road between 101st Ave SE and 103rd Ave SE (Chapel Hill)
32nd St. NE between Grade Road and 120th Ave NE (Walker Hill)
20th St SE between Cavelero Road and SR 2 (Cavelero Hill)
Oak Road between Callow Road and 107th Ave NE
Cedar Road between Lake View Drive (20th St NE) and Willow Road
Rhodora Heights Road between Machias Cutoff and 12th St SE
Lake View Drive (20th St. NE) between Callow Road and Cedar Road

If you need to reach the Public Works department with a problem or question during business hours, please call (425) 622-9403. For Public Works emergencies after hours, please call 9-1-1


To view this map in full form and others, please visit the GIS Open Data Portal.