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- In person at City Hall located at 116 Union Avenue (cash or check), - Through the drop box located just outside of City Hall,- By phone at 877-621-9831,- By mail – 116 Union Avenue, Snohomish, WA 98290,- Online (through the payment link),- By automatic withdrawal through your bank.
The base rate for each service includes 4 units (400 cubic feet). One unit equals 748 gallons. Each unit above the allowance is billed at the overage rate.
You may also click the link below to view the map of Snohomish City limits. If the property is outside the shaded area, it is not in Snohomish. Snohomish City limits
Generally, if your property is 5,000 square feet or larger, you are allowed to have up to five hens. See our Chickens & Livestock web page for more information. Animal regulations are included in Chapter 7.04 of the Snohomish Municipal Code.
Synchronizing traffic signals is complicated.
The only signals in the City that are interconnected are on Avenue D, at First Street and Second Street. This upgrade was just completed in summer 2017. These signals are also connected to the Snohomish County traffic signal at Airport Road/Lowell-Snohomish Road on the south side of the Snohomish River. These traffic signals can be adjusted remotely if needed by Snohomish County.
Other City traffic signals are controlled by clocks and sensors (traffic loops and video detection). Signal cycle lengths are determined based on typical traffic flows through the day and are programmed into a clock to synchronize the traffic signals. However, the clocks at the various intersections run independently and when the individual clocks run a bit too fast or too slow, then the synchronization of traffic signals can be thrown off.
At a few of the traffic signals along Second Street, GPS clocks have been installed that will reset the clocks to resynchronize the traffic signals. If the sensors at an intersection detect a high number of vehicles, additional green time may be given at that intersection - which may throw off the synchronization.
Traffic signals also allow pedestrians to cross streets safely – this may require extra time when the pedestrian button is triggered. Anytime the synchronization is thrown off, it will take a few cycles to resynch.
During the fall season a large amount of leaves fall on streets and private property throughout the City of Snohomish. We need help from residents to make sure those leaves don't clog street drains or cause other hazards.
During leaf season, each week on Tuesday mornings the City of Snohomish Public Works crew will use available equipment to remove leaf debris from streets. In addition to our seasonal leaf removal, the Public Works Department contracts with a private street sweeping service for normal street sweeping services throughout the year. All City streets are swept in their entirety every 5 to 7 weeks. This means that all City streets are swept a minimum of 7 times per year.
If an emergency situation arises elsewhere in the City and Public Works crews are pulled away from street sweeping, they will return to normal leaf removal duties as soon as staff is available.
If street debris or flooding are causing an immediate hazard, please contact Public Works, 360-568-3115 or after hours at 360-563-2012.