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Mill Creek to Launch Farmers Market in May 2018
02/13/2018
The City of Mill Creek will launch a farmers market in May 2018. The Mill Creek Farmers Market opens May 25 and will run each Friday from noon to 5 p.m. through Aug. 31. The market will be located in the Mill Creek City Hall North parking lot at 15720 Main St.
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Go Behind the Scenes with Mill Creek Police Citizens Academy
02/09/2018
If you have ever wondered what makes up a police department, then here is your chance to find out up close and personal. Beginning March 21, the Mill Creek Police Department will host its second annual Police Citizens Academy.
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Mill Creek Police Seek Help Identifying Fake Delivery Man
02/06/2018
Mill Creek Police seek the public’s help in identifying a man who stole two packages from the front porch of a Mill Creek residence. The incident occurred the afternoon of Jan. 26 in the 2300 block of 145th Street SE, Mill Creek.
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John Steckler Appointed to Fill Vacancy on Mill Creek City Council
John Steckler Appointed to Fill Vacancy on Mill Creek City Council
02/06/2018
The Mill Creek City Council appointed John Steckler to fill the vacant Council seat at its Feb. 6 meeting. The appointment is for approximately a two-year term, lasting through certification of the general election in 2019.
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Notice of Early Start Time
02/02/2018
The Mill Creek City Council meeting of Tuesday, February 6, 2018 will begin at 5:00 p.m. The City Council is starting the meeting early for the purpose of interviewing candidates for vacant position #1, and potentially conducting the oath of office for the newly appointed Councilmember.
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Map Your Neighborhood Workshops to Help Community Members Prepare for Disasters
01/29/2018
Four Map Your Neighborhood workshops will take place in Mill Creek this year to help people ensure they’re prepared with action steps following a disaster.
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Mill Creek’s New K9 Team’s Completes First Successful Track
01/28/2018
The City of Mill Creek Police Department’s new K9 team successfully captured its first subject after only four shifts working together. Officer Nathan Lerma and Police Service Dog Bagira recently completed basic training together.
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Spring Events in Mill Creek
01/23/2018
The City of Mill Creek and local partners will host many family-friendly and community-focused events through June. From egg hunts for kids of all ages and wine walks, to Memorial Day events honoring members of the U.S. Armed Forces, Mill Creek has something for everyone.
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City of Mill Creek Accepting Applications to Fill Vacancy on City Council
01/10/2018
The City of Mill Creek is accepting applications from those interested in filling a vacancy on the Mill Creek City Council, Position No. 1.
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City of Mill Creek Seeks High School Applicants for AWC Scholarship
01/08/2018
A $1,000 educational scholarship can be a tremendous help to a young student. High school students that live in Mill Creek can apply by Feb. 9 to become the City’s nominee for one of six such statewide scholarships.
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Play & Learn Program Opens Jan. 8 in Mill Creek
01/04/2018
Everett Public Schools, in partnership with the City of Mill Creek, will offer a Kaleidoscope Play & Learn group on Mondays beginning Jan. 8 at Mill Creek City Hall North, Large Community Room, 15720 Main St.
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City of Mill Creek Statement on Vacant Council Seat
01/02/2018
The City of Mill Creek provides information regarding the vacant Council seat and next steps
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City’s Safe Internet Purchase Exchange Will Help Keep People Safe
12/18/2017
The City of Mill Creek has installed a Safe Internet Purchase Exchange in the City Hall South parking lot, located at 15728 Main St., to protect residents and promote business.
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City of Mill Creek Launches New Website and New Tourism Site
12/13/2017
The City of Mill Creek launched a new, user-friendly website on Dec. 13. The site features a modern look and design, fulfills accessibility requirements, and provides information in a clean, easy-to-read format.
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Scott Eastman Appointed as Deputy Chief of Police for the City of Mill Creek
12/12/2017
The City of Mill Creek has appointed Scott Eastman, a 28-year law enforcement veteran, as the deputy chief of police. He assumes his new role on Jan. 2.
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Park in North Pointe Neighborhood Named Exploration Park
12/08/2017
The Mill Creek City Council voted at its Dec. 5 meeting to name the park in the City’s North Pointe neighborhood Exploration Park.
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Planning Commission Seeks Volunteer to Fill Mid-Term Vacancy
12/07/2017
The City of Mill Creek’s Planning Commission is seeking a volunteer to fill a mid-term vacancy on the board.
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Mill Creek’s Holiday Events Set for Dec. 2
11/28/2017
Celebrate the holiday season with the annual Santa Parade and Tree Lighting at City on Hall on Saturday, Dec. 2.
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Mill Creek Receives $50K Grant for Stormwater Compliance Work
11/15/2017
The City of Mill Creek has received a $50,000 grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology for stormwater work.
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Recycling Light Bulbs is Watts Up
11/07/2017
Here’s a bright idea – recycle used fluorescent light bulbs at Mill Creek City Hall.
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Mill Creek Hires Director of Public Works and Development Services
10/16/2017
Gina Hortillosa is the City of Mill Creek’s director of Public Works and Development Services. She assumes her post on Nov. 1. Hortillosa comes from Snohomish County, where she served since 2014 as a program planning supervisor for the Transpor
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Mill Creek Featured at International Conference for Innovative Approach to Government
10/11/2017
The City of Mill Creek will be featured at the International City/County Management Association annual conference as a great example of innovation and progress. “We are one of only 10 communities with a population under 20,000 that will be fea
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K9 Version 2.0 Coming to Mill Creek
10/04/2017
The City of Mill Creek is expecting! With the City's current K9, Rasko, nearing the end of his service, the Mill Creek Police are anticipating the arrival of a new K9 team within the next 10 to 12 months. “With our current service dog expected
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City of Mill Creek Gives Back to Military Community through Operation Gratitude
10/03/2017
The City of Mill Creek is giving back to U.S. service members and partnering with Operation Gratitude to encourage residents to honor deployed troops and their families waiting at home.
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City of Mill Creek and Snohomish County Fire District 7 Reach Tentative Agreement
07/14/2017
Today, the City of Mill Creek and Snohomish County Fire District 7 reached a tentative agreement for a new six-year fire services contract (2017-2022). The tentative agreement encompasses the material economic terms of the new fire services agreement
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