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City of Mill Creek temporarily relaxes sign code ordinance to support local businesses

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.  The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

In an effort to continue supporting local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, at their April 14th meeting the Mill Creek City Council extended the enforcement waiver of temporary signs by another 30 days.

The new deadline to remove temporary signs is now Memorial Day, May 25th.

New Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Option available in Snohomish County

High-risk Snohomish County residents with symptoms of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), including those who work in healthcare, public safety or critical infrastructure, now have another option for free testing. People who do not have symptoms or do not meet the criteria will not be eligible for testing appointments.

High-risk Snohomish County residents with symptoms of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), including those who work in healthcare, public safety or critical infrastructure, now have another option for free testing.

People who do not have symptoms or do not meet the criteria will not be eligible for testing appointments.

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