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Eligible donors urged to give blood at North Creek Presbyterian Church blood drive

The Washington State Department of Health, alongside partners at Bloodworks Northwest, encourages eligible donors to continue to give blood. Growing concerns about COVID-19 is leading to a reduced amount of blood available for those in need.

Growing concerns about COVID-19 is leading to a reduced amount of blood available for those in need. 

Bloodworks Northwest partnered with the North Creek Presbyterian Church, located just west of Mill Creek Boulevard on 164th Street SE, to host a blood drive from April 29th to May 8th.

Community Transit proposes more trips and new routing for fall 2020, spring 2021

Community Transit seeks public comments on proposed bus service changes to take effect this fall and in spring 2021. The changes will increase weekday and weekend trips, the frequency of service, expand coverage, and create new service that improves local bus connections in south Snohomish County.

Community Transit seeks public comments on proposed bus service changes to take effect this fall and in spring 2021.

The changes will increase weekday and weekend trips, the frequency of service, expand coverage, and create new service that improves local bus connections in south Snohomish County.

Sno-Isle Libraries expands online access to digital materials

Sno-Isle Libraries will now provide everyone who registers online for a Sno-Isle Libraries library card with immediate and uninterrupted access to Overdrive digital materials and all other digital services. This has been done because all Sno-Isle Libraries are closed due to the coronavirus health crisis

Sno-Isle Libraries will now provide everyone who registers online for a Sno-Isle Libraries library card with immediate and uninterrupted access to Overdrive digital materials and all other digital services.

This has been done because as of Friday, March 13th, all Sno-Isle Libraries are closed due to the coronavirus health crisis.

Bill Craig joins depleted Communications and Marketing Department

Mill Creek's new Communication and Marketing Coordinator Bill Craig was introduced to the city council at their Tuesday, March 3, 2020, meeting. He most recently worked for Snohomish County as a communications specialist.

Mill Creek's new Communication and Marketing Coordinator Bill Craig was introduced to the city council at their Tuesday, March 3rd, meeting.

He most recently worked for Snohomish County as a communications specialist to develop and implement public involvement and communications strategies for county programs and projects. 

Snohomish County announces final phase of 2020 Census preparations

Starting March 12th to 20th, every household in Snohomish County will receive a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau, inviting them to fill out their 2020 Census form online or by phone. Households that don’t complete the online survey by April 8th will receive a letter from the Census Bureau that includes a paper census survey.

Starting March 12th to 20th, every household in Snohomish County will receive a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau, inviting them to fill out their 2020 Census form online or by phone. 

Households that don’t complete the online survey by April 8th will receive a letter from the Census Bureau that includes a paper census survey.

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