Jesica Stickles, Position 1
Joshua Roundy, Position 2
Debora Nelson, Position 3
Sue Weiss, Position 4
Marilyn Oertle, Position 5
Mike Hopson, Position 6
Jan Schuette, Position 7
Community and Economic Development
Fire Business Line
Police Business Line
Public Works Utilities
Street and Park Maintenance
To view our calendar,
Byrnes Performing Arts Center
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Hadley Hall at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
2nd Annual Veterans Stand Down
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2100
2711 Oakes Avenue, Everett
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Lakewood/Smokey Point Library
March 15, 22, 29
Arlington Valley Road Ribbon Cutting
6800 191st Place NE, Arlington
March 19, 26
March 19 - April 23
Stillaguamish Senior Center
|Street Sweeping to Clear Sand from Roadways Continues
After spreading 800 tons of sand and salt on Arlington streets to help with traction and melting of the up to two feet of snow we received in February, Arlington Maintenance and Operations crews are now cleaning up that sand. This important work prevents the sand from collecting in our storm drains and eventually flowing into local creeks and rivers.
You can help by making sure that your vehicle is off the street by 7:00 a.m. on the day your street is being swept. The City divides the sweeping routes into two consecutive weeks of each month. The
for next week's sweeping route
is shown below (click to see the full scale map).
|City of Arlington Receives 20th Consecutive WellCity Award
The City of Arlington recently earned the 2019 WellCity Award for its wellness programming for 2018. The city met all 40 of the WellCity Award requirements established by the AWC Employee Benefit Trust. In recognition of this achievement, City of Arlington has earned a 2% discount on all AWC Trust medical premiums in 2020.
The City is among 114 dedicated employers in Washington to earn the WellCity Award this year. Arlington is the only city in the state to earn the award each year that it has been given.
Our goal is to build a workplace culture where employee health is valued and supported, which saves our taxpayers money. The benefits to an active wellness program are reduced costs related to less sick days taken by employees, reduced disability and health care claim costs, fewer workers' compensation claims, and ultimately a more productive workforce.
The City of Arlington is now hiring for seasonal maintenance worker positions for our Maintenance & Operations and Public Works departments.
Seasonal employees will f
ocus on general landscape maintenance, maintaining flower beds, weeding, mowing, cutting brush, some building maintenance, assisting with cemetery burial services, assisting in completion installation of water meters, infrastructure repairs, and routine maintenance on Stormwater, Wastewater and Compost Facility equipment and facilities.
More information and the opportunity to apply for these positions is available on our website. Applications will be accepted online only until Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
|Volunteer for a City Board or Commission!
Interested in giving back to your community? Have a few hours a month to give? Consider volunteering on one of the City's Boards and Commissions!
The City is currently accepting applications to serve on the Airport Commission, Cemetery Board, Library Board, Parks, Arts, and Recreation Commission, and Planning Commission.
To apply, please fill out the application available on our website.
|Tell Us About Your Well-Being, Enter to Win a Bistro San Martin Gift Card
Do you feel connected to the Stillaguamish Valley community? Do you have access to the prevention resources you need? Are you getting appropriate health screenings? The City of Arlington along with some key community healthcare partners want to lead the way in understanding and improving well-being in the Stillaguamish Valley. We're inviting the whole community to participate in creating a well-being "northstar" for the region by taking a confidential online survey located at www.bit.ly/stillysurvey19.
Your participation will help us better understand the needs and desires of the people who live in the Stillaguamish Valley (zip codes 98241 and 98223), so community partners can respond accordingly. The project is funded and organized by Stilly Valley Health Connections and the Cascade Valley Health Foundation in collaboration with The Providence Institute for a Healthier Community.
You can take the confidential survey online by visiting www.bit.ly/stillysurvey19. You'll need 10-15 minutes to get through the questions, and it will be open through April 15th. The goal is to gather at least 500 community responses, but hopefully more. Participants who enter their email address and demographic information will be entered to win a $100 gift card to our beloved Bistro San Martin restaurant in downtown Arlington! Please note that your information will not be made public.
|Remember to Spring Forward!
Daylight saving time starts this Sunday, March 10, at 2:00 a.m. By moving the clocks forward, we get to enjoy more daylight during the spring and summer.
Daylight saving time is also a great time to test your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Take a few minutes to test and change the batteries in these two important alarms when you change your clocks!
|United Way Free Tax Help Available at Arlington Community Resource Center
United Way's Tax Preparation Program offers FREE tax help to people who make $55,000 or less. IRS-certified volunteers will prepare taxes for individuals and families to make sure families access the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Child Tax Credit, and other credits important to families with low income.
Required documents to bring: Picture ID; Social Security card or ITIN number; W-2s or other income or tax documents (1099, 1098T, 1095, etc.), bank account and routing numbers for direct deposit.
Services are available at:
Arlington Community Resource Center
18308 Smokey Point Blvd., Arlington.
|Arlington High School Presents Mamma Mia
|Local Artist Demonstrates Encaustic Painting at Next Arlington Arts Council Meeting, March 12
is a full time artist and teacher. In her art career she's most known for her encaustic work. Her main focus is contemporary abstracts, lots of color, or little color! All mood dependent. Jackie lives in Snohomish and teaches encaustics and mixed media at the Schack Art Center in Everett and occasionally at her studio. Her favorite workshops are all about "Letting go!"
Date: March 12, 2019 5:30 p.m.
Location: Hadley Hall at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club
18513 59th Ave NE, Arlington
Arlington Arts Council
meeting follows at 6:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome!
|Volunteer for the 2nd Annual Veterans Stand Down, March 14
On March 14th, the second annual Veterans Stand Down will be held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2100 in Everett. This is a free, one day event and is dedicated to providing our homeless vets much needed services, from dental screenings to benefits counselors to housing information. Although this event is aimed at serving homeless veterans as we continue to work toward ending veteran homelessness, no veteran with proof of service will be turned away. This year we are proud to have an expanded Women's Pavilion with services for women by women, in addition to the general services offered.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2100
2711 Oakes Ave. Everett, WA
8 AM - 10 AM | Dental Screenings
9 AM - 5 PM | All Services
This event relies on community volunteers to assist with setup, tear down, as well as event volunteers to register participants, provide lunch, and assist in service coordination. If you would like to volunteer, fill out the volunteer survey. If you have any questions regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact: Mike Schanche at 425-231-3103 or email@example.com.
|Arlington Valley Road Ribbon Cutting
Arlington Valley Road is now open to all traffic. Please join us for the official ribbon cutting on Friday, March 15, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
|Attend the Youth Dynamics Spring Fundraiser, March 16
|Stillaguamish Senior Center Health Fair, March 27
The Annual Stillaguamish Senior Center Health Fair is set for Wednesday, March 27 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This annual event is open to all seniors, their relatives and caregivers, service professionals,
and the general public. This is a great opportunity to learn about the
support and resources available in the Arlington community, receive basic health screens and information, and
discover information about community activities, service providers and businesses, and useful products.
|Village Community Services Village Gala 2019 "The Voices Among Us", April 6