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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
South County Politics: Candidate filing brings big fields in Fire District 1, Edmonds School District

Candidate filing ended Friday for local races, with several positions having enough candidates to force a primary - and the race for a place in Snohomish County Fire District 1 has the biggest field. Voters in unincorporated areas of South Snohomish County will have five candidates for a single place on the board of Fire District 1. Four candidates have filed to challenge incumbent Fire Commission David Chan for a position on the five-member board Chan is the only Fire District 1 commissioner whose position will be on 2017 ballots.

Motorists Sue Over Washington Traffic Camera Secrecy

Motorists are looking to take down the photo ticketing system in Lynnwood, Washington by proving the city is violating state law. US District Court Judge Richard A. Jones earlier this month said he would first decide whether the case should be heard as a class action based on filings due by October.

Comcast Names Amy Lynch Regional Vice President for Washington Region

Today Comcast announced that Amy Lynch has been appointed Regional Vice President for the Washington Region. Lynch will report to Steve White, President of Comcast's West Division, and will oversee all Comcast cable operations within its Washington Region, where the company serves more than a million and a half customers and has more than 4,700 employees.

Lynnwood City Council to vote Monday on crumb rubber use for Meadowdale Playfields

On Monday, May 22, the Lynnwood City Council will decide if crumb rubber is their preferred material for the Meadowdale Playfields renovation project. The Lynnwood City Council briefly discussed the project as a memo item during Monday night's business meeting.

Capitol Happy Hour: Spotting fake news - plus, what are totchos?

State Sen. Marko Liias, D-Lynnwood, talks with reporter Melissa Santos about his bill to build students' media literacy and offers tips for spotting fake news -- all while chowing down on totchos. Also: the state Senate's history of heavy drinking, and Liias's predictions for whether the Legislature will adjourn before he has to shave his beard for the summer.

Scene nearby: First phase of Bike2Health completed

City of Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith, City of Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling and Verdant Health Commissioner Deana Knutsen wielded the scissors to cut the ribbon. They were joined by other city officials and members of local bicycle clubs: At left, Margaret Elwood, Sarah Olson and Lynn Sordel, and at right Jesse Birchman, David Mach and Peter Block.

Lynnwood photographer creates free e-book as a call to save national monuments

A few years ago, local nature photographer Kevin Ebi was wandering up a forest trail in the central Cascades toward Twin Falls when he noticed a stump that was at least three times wider than any of the living trees along the trail. In that moment, the Lynnwood photographer realized that the forest, though beautiful in its own right, was not the same as it once was.

South County Politics: First day of filing produces new candidates for local offices

The first day of candidate filing Monday for places on 2017 ballots produced several new candidates, including two challengers for embattled Snohomish County Fire District 1 Commissioner David Chan, three candidates to replace retiring Edmonds School Board Member Susan Phillips and three to replace Lynnwood City Councilman Christopher Boyer. Chan is the only Fire District 1 commissioner whose position will be on 2017 ballots.

Arsonist starts fire at elementary school in Mukilteo

An arsonist caused more than $100,000 in damages Saturday after starting a fire at Columbia Elementary School, fire officials estimate. The Mukilteo Fire Department says the fire began in or on a portable toilet, then spread to eves, ruining computer and electrical equipment.

Hundreds gather to support public education during Edmonds Schools Foundation breakfast

The Lynnwood Convention Center was the setting for the annual Foundation for Edmonds School District fundraising breakfast Friday morning, as attendees gave generously to support the foundation's efforts on behalf of students and teachers in the Edmonds School District. During the breakfast program, the nearly 500 attendees heard about the range of ways that foundation supports school district initiatives, from providing stipends to cover fees for pre-SAT and pre-ACT tests for students in need to awarding more than $91,000 in scholarships for graduating seniors to pursue post-secondary education.

EdCC President Jean Hernandez named Grand Marshal of Edmonds 4th of July parade

The Edmonds Chamber Monday announced that Edmonds Community College President Jean Hernandez will be the 2017 Grand Marshal of the "An Edmonds Kind of 4th" parade. "I am both shocked to be selected as Grand Marshal and very honored," Hernandez said.

South County Politics: Lynnwood councilmember won't seek re-election

One is Ben Corey, a Democratic precinct committee officer from Lynnwood Precinct 11. He is an elementary-school teacher in the Lake Washington School District. The other is Christine Frizzell, who lost a 2015 council race to incumbent Benjamin Goodwin 49.95 percent to 49.95 percent after a recount.

Northwest Veterans Museum now open in nearby Lynnwood

Keynote speaker Raymond Miller, an Air Force veteran, speaks about the need to support veterans at home and share their stories of sacrifice. The museum held its grand opening ceremony on Saturday, May 6. Representatives from several veterans organizations, families of veterans, as well as city and elected officials were in attendance.

New I-405 shoulder lane reduces northbound travel times - for now

One week in, the new shoulder lane on Interstate 405 - the first of several planned shoulder expansions on state highways in the coming years - has reduced travel times, although officials stress that it is too early to make any official conclusions. On April 24, the state Department of Transportation opened a 1.8-mile section of the shoulder of northbound I-405, between Highway 527 in Bothell and Interstate 5 in Lynnwood.

Lynnwood Link light rail to receive $100 million federal grant

With Congressional approval of the Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations Bill, Sound Transit will receive $100 million in federal funds for its Lynnwood Link Extension that will begin construction next year. The funding is the first installment of a potential $1.174 billion full funding grant agreement for the project, which in 2023 will extend light rail service from Northgate to Shoreline, Mountlake Terrace and Lynnwood.

South County Politics: Looking ahead to 2017 local elections

As candidates prepare for 2017 local elections, here are two items that recently caught my eye - one in Lynwood, one in Edmonds: Lynnwood Councilmember Ross has challenger for fall election Lynnwood City Councilmember Ruth Ross has a challenger for the November election. Graziani leads Academia Latina, the Latino Academy.

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