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Rain and Flooding issues 

We still have several areas around Bothell with localized flooding, but our crews expect water to start receding Saturday. Our only full road closure right now is 240th St SE between 27th Ave SE and 35th Ave. We may see high winds tonight, so plan for power outages. Check our website for the latest updates, road closures, and contact numbers. 

"Flow" by Joy Hagen

New City Hall Gallery Artist - Joy Hagen  

Now through April 24, the Bothell City Hall Gallery features artist Joy Hagen’s “Flow” exhibition. You are invited to visit during regular business hours to enjoy Joy’s encaustic paintings inspired by the forests of the Pacific Northwest.  

HAM Radio Class

HAM Radio Class - Feb 12 

Storms, floods, fires and earthquakes may impact our regular communications when we need them most! In emergency situations, the most reliable source for getting the word out might be radio.  Join us for an overview of how Ham and other radios work, the types available, their differences, and the basic rules for use. Free class, no registration is required. Learn more

New Location for Wastemobile

New Location for Wastemobile: Feb 21 – 23  

Unused, old, or unneeded hazardous products clutter up the home and can be dangerous to store. The Hazardous Waste Program offers residents and eligible small businesses free disposal options for hazardous waste. The King County Wastemobile event has moved from the Seattle Times building to McMurtrey’s Red-Wood Christmas Tree Farm in Redmond for 2020.The first of six events takes place on Feb. 21-23 between 10am and 5pm. Read about this location and others in the area

What's Your Emergency Preparedness Plan?

Emergency Preparedness Survey - by Feb 21

Our Emergency Management team wants to learn more about you to help guide their outreach and education efforts.  If you live in the City of Bothell, please complete this survey by February 21st. 


Canyon Park January Open House

Canyon Park Open House 

We had a great open house in January to hear your input on the Canyon Park sub-area plan. We heard a lot of frustration about existing traffic congestion, requests to study more 9th Ave SE trip data, and concerns about school route safety around Crystal Springs Elementary. Many opposed extended 214th SE to 9th Ave SE. There was a lot of interest in bike and walking paths throughout, including a preference for a trail connection on the 214th St SE alignment. Many also requested a greater mix of housing and jobs at the shopping centers to create more activity. See the meeting slides here and learn more at 

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