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Main Street update

Due to delays in obtaining construction materials and underground utility work that took longer than the contractor anticipated, the Main Street Enhancement project will not be completed before Thanksgiving, as originally hoped.

The City’s goals are to keep access to businesses open and traffic moving while allowing construction to proceed as quickly as possible. The contractor submitted a draft schedule update showing a completion date in February. We are looking at various options to get it done sooner, including allowing the contractor to work weekends. We are working with the Main Street business community and the contractor to see what options might work best. The most significant impact is on the second block, between 101st and 102nd avenues.
Thank you for your patience during construction. More information...

Vote and return your ballot by Tues.

The last day to vote in the general election is Tuesday, Nov. 7. There’s a drop box at City Hall if you’d like to save a stamp.

There are four City Council positions on the ballot this election. Voters in the Snohomish County area of the Bothell City limits will see a Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Service Levy on their general election ballots. Find out more ...

Take Winter by Storm

Snow has arrived in the mountains, and lowland snow is always a possibility here in winter. Don’t get stuck in the snow; make sure you’re prepared for fall and winter weather. Check out these resources at Take Winter by Storm! 

Get fit & have fun at the Lytle House! 

Did you know Bothell Parks & Recreation offers a variety of adult fitness classes at the Lytle House, our beautiful historic building at the Park at Bothell Landing?  From Zumba to Cardio Jam, Belly Dance to Yoga, we’ve got a variety of great programs with amazing instructors who are passionate about helping you stay healthy.  And if you’re not sure you’re ready to totally commit, you can also check out each program for a small drop-in fee.  Check out our current lineup and register today!

A phone call can save a life

Sign up today for Bothell Alert, a system to notify you about imminent, regional threats to your health and safety. Bothell Alert is already connected to your land line, but you MUST OPT IN  to receive emergency alerts on your cell phone. Registration is simple and secure. You can also sign up for local alerts

Metro offers new free carpool parking 

Do you use the Bothell or Kenmore Park & Ride? Get a free Carpool Parking Permit now so you can use new reserved parking for carpoolers. Metro is now offering reserved parking at 9 additional park-and-rides. 

New Fire & EMS Facebook page

Did you know Bothell Fire and EMS has a new Facebook page? Make sure to follow us @bothellfireandems to learn more about your fire department, get useful safety tips, and receive important emergency updates.  

Bothell Youth Court

Bothell Youth Court, a community based partnership between University of Washington Bothell, the Northshore School District, and Bothell Municipal Court, launched the 2017-2018 program recently with its first court session of the school year.

Bothell Youth Court hearings take place from 6 - 8 p.m. on the second Monday of each month through June. The public is always welcome to watch the youth court in action.  

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