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Kellye Mazzoli

Welcome the City of Bothell's
New Assistant City Manager

Kellye Mazzoli will become the City of Bothell’s new Assistant City Manager starting May 20. A Certified Public Manager with more than 13 years of experience in municipal management, Mazzoli comes to Bothell from the City of Woodinville where she served as Assistant City Manager. Read more...

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Public Works Week is May 19-25. 

Public Works provides a diverse array of services that enhance the quality of life for our residents, businesses, visitors, and employees.  Learn more about Public Works at  Receive notifications about public works projects by signing up for the Safe Streets and Construction e-newsletter at

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May is 
Puget Sound Starts Here Month

Are you up for the challenge?

The City of Bothell is working with hundreds of organizations across Puget Sound to challenge you during May’s Puget Sound Starts Here Month. From picking up after your dog to using a commercial car wash, there are lots of simple things you can do to help keep Puget Sound’s waters cleaner. Find more ways to help at

May is also
Wildfire Awareness Month

Every year, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) highlights the importance of wildfire prevention and preparedness by declaring the month of May as “Wildfire Awareness Month.” Washington experiences its heaviest wildfire activity during the summer, but fires occur all seasons of the year, including spring. So far this year, DNR has responded to 170 wildfire incidents, half of those were west of the Cascades.  Read more...

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Wastemobile is back on May 17-19

Check out the page to see if you have items to drop off at the Wastemobile.  You can request a checklist to help. If you are not ready, it is okay; request your checklist today to get ready for the next Wastemobile event on June 21-23. 

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Warm weather and open windows require extra safety precautions for small children

Read tips to keep children safe around open windows, stairs, playgrounds, and other possible hazards.

For more safety tips on a wide variety of topics, please go to

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SR 522 Project

Prepare for lane closures from the SR 522 phase three road construction and other projects this season by checking for updates on the page.

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Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy

Thank you for your support of the Safe Streets & Sidewalks Levy.

The 2018 Safe Streets & Sidewalks Annual Accountability Report is available online. Also, please watch for an update in the June edition of the Bothell Bridge.

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ORCA To-Go launched 
May 9 at Bothell City Hall

The new ORCA To-Go Kiosk at Bothell City Hall is open every second and fourth Thursday of the month from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the lobby. The kiosk provides assistance with issuing new adult, senior, youth and disability ORCA cards, adding value to existing ORCA cards, and answering questions about ORCA cards or Metro programs.

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Clean Greener this spring!

Switch from toxic cleaners to green cleaners today. Take the pledge to receive coupons in the mail. You get recipe cards, two free bottle refills, and $2 off bulk laundry detergent at The Recology Store. 

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