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Snohomish County

Snohomish County seeks equestrians to complete "Horses Count" survey

Little boy and Dad meet horse. Photo credit: Joan Deutsch.

The Parks, Recreation and Tourism department asks all interested horse owners and riders to fill out a brief two minute survey, “Horses Count,” online by July 31st to describe their needs and interests.

The survey results will help guide planning of how and where to better serve the equestrian community in county parks.

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office warns residents to be extremely careful when swimming in cold rivers, especially around waterfalls

After four drowning deaths in Snohomish County backcounty rivers so far this year, the Sheriff's Office warns even strong swimmers that swift currents, hidden snags/drop-offs, and cold water-temperatures make for dangerous conditions.

After four drowning deaths in Snohomish County backcounty rivers so far this year, the Sheriff's Office warns even strong swimmers that swift currents, hidden snags/drop-offs, and cold water-temperatures make for dangerous conditions.

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