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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
Commuters: Peak use shoulder lane to open to northbound I-405 traffic on Monday

If the shoulder is open, it will be indicated by a green arrow on an overhead sign, shown here. I-405 commuters from South Snohomish County can expect a little more room on their way home starting on Monday, April 24. The shoulder will open to northbound traffic for the 1.8 mile stretch between SR 527 and the I-5 interchange in Lynnwood for the first time at 2 p.m. The shoulder will only be open to northbound traffic and only during peak times, as indicated by an overhead sign.

Avana Capital Provides $19M to Build Hilton in Lynnwood, WA

AVANA Capital has provided a $19 million loan to fund the construction of a Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Lynnwood, WA. The hotel, located near the Lynnwood Convention Center, will be the city's first new hotel in five years.

Reminder: FC Edmonds soccer club tryouts May 6

Tryouts for the FC Edmonds soccer club will take place on May 6 at the former Woodway High School, 23200 100th Ave. W, Edmonds. FC Edmonds serves players predominately from the greater Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace areas.

Heritage Bank's Addie Roberge named Financial Services Advocate of Year

Addie Roberge, a Small Business Administration commercial lender with Heritage Bank in Lynnwood, has been named 2017 Financial Services Advocate of the year for the U.S. Small Business Administration Seattle District. According to an April 4 SBA announcement, Roberge is "revered as an expert source of SBA loan program information," and "has dedicated not only her professional time, but much of her personal time to the betterment of small businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest."

South County Politics: Former Lynnwood Councilmember AuBuchon attempting comeback

Former Lynnwood City Councilmember Van AuBuchon has declared his intention to run in 2017 elections for a return to the council. AuBuchon has registered with the state Public Disclosure Commission as a candidate, a step that allows him to raise and spend money for the Aug. 1 primary and Nov. 7 general election.

Man rescued after falling into ravine off Olympic View Drive

Crews from Snohomish County Fire District 1 and the City of Lynnwood Friday night were able to rescue an 18-year-old man who fell into a ravine at Olympic View Drive and 180th Street Southwest. According to Fire District 1 spokeswoman Leslie Hynes, the man was about 400 feet from the road and firefighters used a rope rescue system to bring him up.

Higher sales tax goes into effect across Puget Sound on Saturday

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Snohomish County fire commissioners apologize for remarks about cheap Mexican labor

Two Snohomish County fire district commissioners have issued written apologies for remarks made earlier this month about hiring cheap Mexican labor. David Chan and Bob Meador both sent written letters to the Snohomish County Fire District 1, which were then forwarded this week to all district employees.

As devices flood schools, some want to do more to teach children a " and teachers a " media literacy

"Screens wake us up in the morning. They send us off to school," says Linda Kennedy, a former Seattle television journalist who now offers media literacy education .

Here's why your sales tax will be higher now

Sound Transit 3 posters are scattered on the ground at The Crocodile during a watch party for the mass transit proposition on election night last Nov. 8. Voters approved the plan, which would build 62 miles of light rail, among other projects, with 53.9 percent of the vote. Sound Transit 3 posters are scattered on the ground at The Crocodile during a watch party for the mass transit proposition on election night last Nov. 8. A view of Husky Stadium from inside the new University of Washington light rail station, which opened March 2016.

Fire District 1 provides annual report, affirms commitment to diversity

Fire District 1's Greg Sieloff, assistant chief of training, presents to the Edmonds City Council while fire commissioners and Acting Chief Brad Reading listen. A lot has changed since Snohomish County Fire District 1 presented its last annual report, for 2015, to the Edmonds City Council.

Kagi, Ryu to host telephone town hall March 30

Washington State Reps. Ruth Kagi and Cindy Ryu, who represent the 32nd legislative district that includes Lynnwood and parts of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace, will be hosting a telephone town hall meeting Thursday, March 30 from 6-7 p.m. Calls will go out to thousands of homes throughout the 32nd District.

South County Politics: Lynnwood councilmember's challenge to mayor continues a pattern

Lynnwood Councilmember George Hurst's challenge to Mayor Nicola Smith in the coming election continues a pattern of Lynnwood councilmembers challenging sitting mayors. In 2005, then-Mayor Mike McKinnon got challenges in the primary from two councilmembers, Don Gough and Jim Smith.

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