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About: lynnwood, washington

The city of Lynnwood, Washington is located in the southwestern part of the state of Washington. It is a suburb and also a major commuter city of Seattle. It is known as the "hub city" of Snohomish County due to a large amount of retail shopping. The city was officially incorporated in 1950 and was designed to be a site for raising chickens. Lynnwood was named after a Seattle developer who named the town Lynn after his wife.

Population: 33847
Local Newspapers: The Herald Navy News
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: Central Washington University-Lynnwood

Zip Codes associated with lynnwood, washington: 98036 98037
Towns/Cities near lynnwood, washington : North Creek Alderwood Manor Picnic Point Edmonds Brier

Lynnwood News
Let's Get ReadyTogether: Using your hot water tank as an emergency water source

Learn step-by-step instructions in the latest in a series of "ReadyTogether" video tips, part of a campaign launched by Snohomish County Fire District 1 in partnership with the My Neighborhood News Network , and sponsored by ServPro. You can also find more details on the ReadyTogether webpage here.

Day Trip Discoveries: Go beer tasting at local microbreweries

Microbreweries seem to be popping up everywhere these days, and several intriguing ones have established themselves from Edmonds to Everett in just the past few years. Curious to try unusual beer flavored with peanut butter, coconut or juniper berry? Beers ranging from Bavarian-style MA rzen to dark, hoppy Porter? Those made with organic or locally sourced ingredients? Then explore some of these small working microbreweries, where you can try handcrafted beers ranging from hoppy IPAs to malty ales, plus seasonal and specialty beers.

Edmonds Chamber hosting contest for July 4th National Anthem singer

Want to sing the Star-Spangled Banner in front of a crowd? The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce has announced a new contest to find the next singer of America's national anthem during Edmonds' 2017 4th of July fireworks celebration, which draws more than 10,000 people. The contest is open to all ages and the residents of Edmonds, Woodway, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier.

Lynndale Park off-leash dog area grand opening Feb. 11

Community members on two and four legs are invited to join the City of Lynnwood in the grand opening of its new off-leash dog park on Feb. 11. The park is located in Lynndale Park, between the skate park and the Perrinville shopping center on the Edmonds/Lynnwood border. Parking for the grand opening celebration is available at the skate park and nearby upper lot - enter at 7326 Olympic View Drive.

4 Wheel Parts Stores Celebrating Two Grand Reopenings in Pacific Northwest

The family-friendly celebrations will give visitors a chance to see the newly renovated stores with state-of-the-art showrooms and service bays. The free events happening this Saturday give attendees a chance to experience 4 Wheel Parts' unique off-road shopping concept in person in addition to other activities.

Restaurant News: An Edmonds kind of romance

Admit it: We all LOVE to be loved. A special holiday, just around the corner, plays a role in expression of love.

Fire Chief: 'This is the largest fire I have faced in 28 years'

It only took three minutes for what started as a stream of smoke to grow into a fire big enough to light up the alley south of a building under construction on Scriber Lake Road . Within eight minutes, flames were visibly shooting out of the building on the night of Jan. 25. These were the time-stamped images from nearby surveillance cameras that fire crews showed community members who came to the Lynnwood Senior Center on Wednesday night to hear what happened that night and receive an update on the fire investigation.

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When local TV news stations run out of local sex and violence stories to report, they share stories from other cities. No wonder so many people think cities are places awash in blood and bodily fluids.

Stephanie Wright to Lead Community Transit Board

Snohomish County Council member Stephanie Wright was selected as the new chair of the Community Transit Board of Directors, replacing Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, who will remain on the board. Stanwood Mayor Leonard Kelley was named vice chair and Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson was named secretary by their peers on the transit board.

Free tax prep and e-file offered at Edmonds Community College

Edmonds Community College and the United Way are partnering to offer free income tax return preparation and e-filing to U.S. citizens and residents. This service is sponsored by an IRS program called Volunteer Income Tax Assistance .

Stephanie Wright to lead Community Transit board

Snohomish County Councilmember Stephanie Wright Thursday was selected as the new chair of the Community Transit Board of Directors, replacing Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, who will remain on the board. Stanwood Mayor Leonard Kelley was named vice chair and Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson was named secretary by their peers on the transit board.

Let's Get ReadyTogether: How much water will you need if disaster strikes?

We present the second of a monthly series of video tips in the "ReadyTogether" campaign launched by Snohomish County Fire District 1 in partnership with the My Neighborhood News Network , and sponsored by ServPro.

Cause of massive Lynnwood apartment fire remains unknown

The cause of the Lynnwood fire that destroyed a senior apartment complex under construction last week remains unknown, though it "appears to be noncriminal," city officials say. The fire that forced about 150 people out of their homes was reported around 9:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Reserve at Scriber Creek Senior Apartment Complex , which was under construction at 19815 Scriber Lake Road.

Ease of payment at Thai restaurants - The Gravity Payments and SmilePOS partnership

What do you get when the Seattle CEO who made headlines in 2015 for announcing he will pay all his employees $70,000, partners with a Thai computer engineer? Saksit Udompanit, CEO of SmilePOS, moved to Seattle in 2002 and started SmilePOS in 2006. The company began after Udompanit created his own software with friends.

Cat fight: Barb Horton's passion is to save cats and put them to...

BARB HORTON'S PASSION for the past 15 years has been finding homes and jobs for abandoned cats. She's introducing me to one, a handsome, gray-and-white tom that was dumped several weeks earlier along the Auburn-Black Diamond Road and is adjusting to a new home in a neighborhood with a rat problem.

Medical examiner identifies man shot and killed by Lynnwood officer

Vehicles on the scene of an officer involved shooting Monday in the 19200 block of Highway 99. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office identified the man involved in an officer involved shooting on Jan. 30 as 36 year-old Jeremy Dowell of Mountlake Terrace. The shooting happened on Highway 99 just north of 196 Street Southwest.

Happening nearby: Lynnwood to consider alternative infill for new Meadowdale Playfields

Bids from developers for the new Meadowdale Playfield project will include options for two alternative infill materials other than crumb rubber, those involved with the project announced to the Lynnwood City Council on Monday. The Meadowdale Playfields were a popular complex for sporting games and tournaments in the 1990s, shortly after they were built .

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