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Posted on: November 14, 2018

News Release - Land Use Committee

News Release - Land Use Committee

Zoning Code Update

Citizen Advisory Committee

As the city continues to grow and annex territories, city leaders are assessing the remaining inventory of developable land and would like to evaluate current zoning standards.

The city of Lake Stevens is accepti...

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Posted on: July 17, 2018

Sidewalk Prioritization Plan

Sidewalk Extension Map - Final

Sidewalk Prioritization Plan

The City of Lake Stevens depicts a community where wellness is desired and sidewalks are a safe and convenient mode of transportation and recreation. The City Council has been committed to making improvements to the sidewalk ne...

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Posted on: September 12, 2018

Capital Projects Update - September 2018

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Check out what's happening around Lake Stevens!

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Posted on: May 23, 2018

WSDOT Video of SR 9/SR 204 Intersection Improvements

SR9/SR204 Intersection

Improvements coming to SR 9/SR 204 intersection in Lake Stevens

WSDOT Video Latest News
Posted on: September 29, 2016

Police Department Seeking Volunteers

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If you are interested in community service in the City of Lake Stevens,  working as a volunteer in the Lake Stevens Police Department may be the opportunity for you.  In addition to providing a valuable service to the City, you can work ...

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News Flash

Posted on: October 12, 2018

After waiting 40 minutes, and missing two trains, I gave up.

I leave early to miss traffic, and go to the train station in Everett every morning. Normally it takes me 15 minutes to get there. This morning there was an accident, and after waiting 40 minutes, and missing two trains, I gave up.

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 24, 2018

The longest and most dangerous backup of my commute

I am an office worker in Mukilteo and work irregular hours. The schedule of, and distance to, public transportation is not accessible. The trestle is not only the longest backup of my commute, but the most dangerous. It is impossible to see stopped traffi...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 23, 2018

Want to do the right thing, but trestle makes it hard

I live on the south end of the lake and commute everyday to Bellevue. I previously took the 532 bus from the transit center in Everett. I would leave my house and go down 20th to cross the trestle into Everett as thousands of others do each day. That mass...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 15, 2018

An hour for a 9 mile commute

I live on South Lake Stevens Rd. on the west side of HWY9. Since the backup on 20th St. has gotten so bad, people are using my road as a bypass. Most go to Bickford via the Powerline road. I have sat at the end of my driveway too often waiting for up to 2...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 15, 2018

The longest crawl of my long commute

Two major problems with this area and the amount of traffic which is steadily climbing. First, I think if the trestle traffic were improved by additional lanes, or more options to enter without merging into an on-and-off ramp would help I5 traffic as well...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 8, 2018

It costs us 3 hours a day

My wife used to commute to south Snohomish County about 17 miles from where we live here in Lake Stevens. In 2014 it used to take her about 45 minutes to get there. Within a two years that commute turn into an hour to an hour and a half. That's a three ho...

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Trestle Stories
Posted on: March 7, 2018

The cost to community life

In a community like Lake Stevens a lot of people have to travel elsewhere for employment. In my experience, the traffic related to the trestle really limits the amount of time that people can be involved in their community. Whether it's coaching athletic ...

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Trestle Stories