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City Council considers property taxes, EMS levy

Arlington City Council was scheduled to approve the proposed 2018 property taxes and the 2018 EMS levy this Monday, Nov. 20. At the Nov. 6 public hearing no one spoke on the tax levies, but on proposed budget amendments, Lindsay Dunn inquired about $...

 

Arlington Arts Council auction will be held Oct. 21

In recognition of the partnership that Arlington Arts Council enjoys with the city of Arlington, the city’s Public Works Director Jim Kelly has been named Art Advocate of 2017. The Sarah M. Arney Art Advocate of the Year award was established nine...

 

Fundraiser to benefit Arlington Arts Council

A Starry, Starry Night evening art auction and dinner event is planned for Saturday, Oct. 21. The annual art auction is the Arlington Arts Council’s (AAC) only major fundraiser that raises money for public art installations in Arlington and other...

 

Longboarders attend Sk8 Festival

The Centennial Sk8 Festival, an event for longboarders in Snohomish County and across the county, returned for its fifth year in Arlington. The races took place on Sept. 23 and 24. Longboards are...

 

Friendship Walk comes to Arlington

The 10th annual Friendship Walk, Run, and Car Wash will return to Arlington on Sept. 23 this year, this time with a superhero theme. Participants can walk or race in downtown Arlington to support adults with development disabilities during the day....

 

Sir Hops A Lot is Arlington Arts Council's newest addition to Haller Park

The Arlington Arts Council has donated a 2,700 pound frog sculpture to add an art piece to Haller Park. The council's main mission is to promote art around the town and increase the number of public...

 

AGC plant sale benefits community

The Arlington Garden Club held their annual plant sale on May 13 which helps the club fund their scholarship and community service. Club members grow plants throughout the year to bring to their May s...

 

Council considers street closures for events

Arlington City Council was scheduled to proclaim at this Monday’s council meeting Police Week (5/14-5/20), Public Works Week (5/21-5/27) and EMS Week (5/21-5/27). In this week’s consent agenda, council was expected to approve street closures for...

 

Arlington Visitor Center seeks volunteers

The Arlington Visitor Center is looking for volunteers to help people coming through the town. The center is located next to Legion Park and the Centennial Trail at 104 N Olympic Ave., in Arlington,...

 

School District, city look at legislative priorities

The city of Marysville and Marysville School District work to provide services and enhance the quality of life for residents and businesses here in the Marysville/Tulalip community. Now that our state lawmakers are back in session in Olympia,...

 

Council holds hearing on transportation plan

A public hearing was scheduled for this Monday’s Arlington City Council meeting to take input on the annual update to the city’s six-year Transportation Improvement Plan. The plan begins with funding for design and specifications for all pavement...

 

Sk8 Festival returns to Arlington

The fourth annual Centennial Sk8 Festival brought longboarders from across the country to Arlington to compete in races around the Centennial Trail on Sept. 24 and 25. The festival is a sanctioned...

 

Skate competition returns to Arlington

The Centennial Sk8 Festival will return this year to Arlington, bringing longboard racers from across the country to race on the Centennial Trail on Sept. 24 and 25. Racers use longboards, similar to...

 

Community enjoys art show

More than 25 artistic people shared their creativity with community members at Art in Legion Park Sept. 10-11. The annual art show presented by Arlington Arts Council provided opportunities for local...

 

History of Snohomish County featured on Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail is more than a recreational facility. The route played a significant role in north Snohomish County history, and those stories will be the topic of conversation Saturday, Sept. 10, when the Snohomish County Historic Preservation...

 

AAC wraps up local projects

Arlington Arts Council has been wrapping up a few smaller projects this year. A salmon pole marks a special location in Kent Prairie, where Portage Creek crosses 204th Street NE, on its way through...

 

Garden Club celebrates accomplishments

On Monday June 13, 73 members of the Arlington Garden Club held their annual June Fling luncheon at the Gleneagle Family Restaurant to celebrate the accomplishments of the past business year. The chair persons of the hugely successful event were...

 

Relay for Life comes to downtown Arlington

The sixth annual Arlington Relay for Life helped to raise more than $30,000 for cancer research and services for cancer patients. The national Relay for Life fundraiser helps fund the American Cancer...

 

City Council asked to change ordinance

Arlington City Council was scheduled to vote this Monday on a change in the city’s regulations that allowing beer and wine to be served in Legion Park by nonprofit organizations. A request from Dr. Devin Brossard and Lyanne Rolf, representatives...

 

Color Run returns to Arlington

Arlington residents were showered in color as they welcomed the international Color Run event to their city for the second year in a row on May 7. During the 5K runners are coated with colored...

 

Council discusses variety of issues

At this week’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to discuss a work plan, as required by the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC), to address some inconsistencies in the city’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan update. In a report to...

 

Arlington Relay for Life kicks off March 2

The kickoff for this year's Arlington Relay for Life will be held on March 2 at the Whiskey Ridge Brewing Co. People will be able to come to the downtown business at 116 E. 5th St. in Arlington, from...

 

All-In Campaign engages public in crime prevention

When Arlington’s public safety director Bruce Stedman stepped into his position in June 2014 he started his All-In Campaign to get the whole community involved in stopping crime. From 2013 to 2015 the city of Arlington has seen a 40 percent reducti...

 

Arlington 5k helps fight breast cancer

On the final day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month local residents came down to Arlington's Legion Park to participate in Taking Steps to Beat Breast Cancer. The 5k walk/run was held on Oct. 31 and...

 

New sculpture in Arlington

Thanks to funds raised at the 2014 Fall into Art Auction, the Arlington Arts Council commissioned a sculpture of an osprey by Dan Brown, of Okanogan. In a partnership with the Trail Coalition of...

 

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