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Snohomish County to resume recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services

Many Snohomish County residents have been responsibly and patiently storing their recyclables and household hazardous waste items during the COVID-19 pandemic. Snohomish County transfer stations and drop boxes will reopen recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services to residential customers on Sunday, June 28, 2020.

Many Snohomish County residents have been responsibly and patiently storing their recyclables and household hazardous waste items during the COVID-19 pandemic. The wait to dispose of those items is almost over. 

Snohomish County transfer stations and drop boxes will reopen recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services to residential customers on Sunday, June 28th. 

Snohomish County cold case detectives identify victim of 1977 murder in South Everett

After nearly 43 years of work to identify Precious Jane Doe, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, the Cold Case Team, and the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office know who she is. She positively identified as Elizabeth Ann Roberts from Roseburg, Oregon.

After nearly 43 years of work to identify Precious Jane Doe; Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit, the Cold Case Team, and the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office finally know who she was.

She positively identified as Elizabeth Ann Roberts from Roseburg, Oregon.

Snohomish County to improve nearly 47 miles of county roads this summer

Each year, Snohomish County Public Works evaluates its roads to develop a multi-year plan to preserve and maintain county roads in the most cost-effective way. This year, the county will pave approximately 8.8 miles of road with asphalt. It will also pre-level and/or chip seal approximately 38 miles of road as part of its Chip Seal Program.

Each year, Snohomish County Public Works evaluates its roads to develop a plan to preserve and maintain county roads in the most cost-effective way.

This year, the county will pave approximately 8.8 miles of road with asphalt.

It will also pre-level and/or chip seal approximately 38 miles of road as part of its Chip Seal Program.

Mountlake Terrace Transit Center Freeway Station to close until late November

Community Transit and Sound Transit announced plans for closure of the freeway station at the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center, starting on July 6, 2020, through late November. The nearly five-month closure is needed to facilitate construction of the Link light rail extension north to Lynnwood.

Community Transit and Sound Transit announced plans for closure of the freeway station at the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center, starting on Monday, July 6th, through late November.

The nearly five-month closure is needed to facilitate construction of the Link light rail extension north to Lynnwood.

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