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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
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.

Woman killed by train in Edmonds identified

A woman who was hit and killed by a train in Edmonds on Sunday night has been identified as Jade K. Reed, 41, of Lynnwood, according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office. Reed died of multiple blunt-force injuries and her death has been ruled an accident, the medical examiner and Edmonds police said.

Reprimand for two fire commissioners unanimously passes during Tuesday meeting

Two Snohomish County Fire District 1 Commissioners accused of making racist statements during a break in a meeting on March 7 had an apparent change of heart Tuesday, voting in favor of a reprimand for themselves that they had voted against on Friday, March 17. However, Commissioners David Chan and Bob Meador both said during the March 21 commissioners meeting they do not plan to resign-which several members of the public demanded. "You are held to a higher standard, and the public deserves better," he said.

Monday night fire displaces family of seven from Meadowdale-area home

The fire was reported around 9:45 p.m. in a two-story house in the 16000 block of 51st Place in unincorporated Edmonds. Three adults and four children were home when the fire broke out.

Kiwanis Club of Lynnwood donates $2,000 to Clothes For Kids

Clothes For Kids representatives Lisa George and Yuliana Flores-Montes received a $2,000 check from Lynnwood Kiwanis President Ron Swengel at the March 2 Kiwanis meeting. "Kiwanis Club of Lynnwood has long supported Clothes For Kids and their mission to provide clothing to Snohomish County and North Shore School District children in need," Swengel said.

Mudslide cancels Sounder train service to Sunday Sounder FC match

Sound Transit reported Sunday morning that Sounder train north line service to the Sounders FC match against NY Red Bull today, March 19, has been canceled due to a mudslide. Riders can take regularly scheduled bus service to the match.

Reminder: Legislative town halls for 21st, 32nd districts March 18

For those who live in the 32nd Legislative District, which covers part of Edmonds as well as Lynnwood, Sen. Maralyn Chase will host two town hall meetings on Saturday, March 18. The first will be from 10 a.m. to noon at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center, 23000 Lakeview Drive and the second will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Lynnwood Fire Department, 18800 44th Ave. W. And for those living in the 21st District, Sen. Marko Liias, Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self and Rep. Strom Peterson will host a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 18 at Meadowdale High School.

Inslee: Trump budget blueprint "incredibly harmful" to Washington

With its deep cuts across many federal agencies, Gov. Jay Inslee said the Trump administration's proposed budget outline released Thursday would have wide-ranging impacts across Washington. "The budget blueprint issued today by President Trump includes incredibly harmful reductions to education, environmental protection, housing, health care, job training and economic development programs," Inslee said in a written statement.

City Council approves 212th and 76th intersection improvements

The Edmonds City Council during its Tuesday evening study session awarded a contract to Marshbank Construction for long-awaited improvements to the intersection at 76th Avenue West and 212th Street Southwest. Marshbank is the same firm that completed the roundabout at Five Corners.

Save the date: 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.

South County Politics: Candidates start to line up for city elections

Starting this week, Evan Smith brings his South County Politics column to My Edmonds News and our companion My Neighborhood News Network websites, Lynnwood Today and MLTnews. Smith most recently wrote the South County Politics blog for Everett's Daily Herald.

Edmonds City Council Tuesday to discuss proposed amendments to downtown sign code

Proposed amendments to a controversial ordinance regulating sandwich board signage in downtown Edmonds will be discussed during the Edmonds City Council's Tuesday, March 14 meeting. The council in February voted unanimously to extend through April 30 a temporary suspension of regulations governing the display of A-frame or sandwich board signs, now known as "pedestrian signs."

South Everett family stunned by teen's tree-fall death

At 8 on Friday night, on a youth church retreat in the hills around Leavenworth, remembers Lilly Olidinchuk, "People pulled me out of my cabin and told me the news. I thought they were joking, that they were pranking me."

Fire department describes ground as 'supersaturated' when tree fell on teen Friday

A group of teens told first responders they "heard a loud snap" before a tree at Meadowdale Beach Park fell and killed a 17-year-old girl walking with them, our online news partner The Seattle Times reported Friday night. One tree started to fall, and then three others connected by the same rootball came crashing down, Lynnwood Fire Department Battalion Chief Jason Blachly told The Times.

Teen girl killed by falling tree in Seattle suburb

A teenage girl has died after a tree fell on her while she walked in the woods in a northern Seattle suburb. The Seattle Times reports the girl was part of a group taking a walk at Meadowdale Beach Park in the Lynnwood area Friday afternoon when the tree fell.

Happening nearby: Three suspects arrested in kidnapping, robbery investigation

Three suspects have been located and arrested in the investigation of a kidnapping and robbery incident in Lynnwood reported over the weekend. On March 4, an adult male told officers he had been kidnapped and robbed, according to Lynnwood Police Sgt.

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