Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are plenty of other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows to cap off your Independence Day.
The Mill Creek Women’s Club is planning another busy year in 2018/19 – starting with our booth at the Mill Creek Festival on July 14th and 15th. Information on the club activities will be available at the booth for anyone who is interested in learning what we do or is interested in becoming a member or a sponsor of our club.
By putting City Manager Rebecca Polizzotto on administrative leave and hiring Bob Stowe to be interim city manager, the Mill Creek City Council may have started a series of events to recruit a new city manager.
With action by the Mill Creek City Council at its June 19th, meeting, the Turf and Light Replacement Project at Mill Creek Sports Park is slated to begin in August. The work is anticipated to take three months to complete.
Clean air superhero Oxy Gene will lead a Double Tall bus in the Strawberry Festival Parade on Saturday, June 16th, in Marysville. On Sunday, June 24th, a Community Transit Double Tall bus will make its way to Seattle Center in the colorful Seattle Pride Parade.
You’ve seen the posters, read the news articles, now it’s time to act. Gather your friends and neighbors, buy your tickets, put on some comfy shoes, lather on sunscreen or pack an umbrella—June 23rd is Mill Creek Garden Tour Day.