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Court Dates
Contact the Washington State Court for further information.

Criminal Conviction History
A state-wide records check may be obtained immediately by contacting the Washington State Patrol WATCH program. Find more information by calling 360-534-2000.

Obtaining Protection, Restraining, & Anti-Harassment Orders
View the Snohomish County Court System website for more information

Pet Licenses
View the Mill Creek Animal Control page form more information.

Registered Sex Offenders
The Mill Creek Police Department works cooperatively with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office to provide the community with information pertaining to registered sex offenders. You may view information about registered sex offenders by visiting the Snohomish County Sheriff's website.

Report a Crime
To report a crime or file a report with the Mill Creek Police Department, you must call 911. 

Public Records Requests
View the Public Records Requests page to learn more about how to make a request for public records from the police department.

Traffic Tickets
If you received a traffic ticket from a Mill Creek Police Officer you must respond within 15 days of the issue date. You may choose either to pay your ticket or request a hearing.

Paying Your Ticket
If you would like to pay your ticket, you can pay it in person during normal police business hours or send a check or money order in the amount of your ticket to the address below. Traffic tickets may not be paid by debit or credit card.

Mill Creek Police Department
Traffic Violations Bureau
15728 Main St.
Mill Creek, WA 98012

Request a Hearing
If you would like to request a mitigated or contested hearing you will need to mark the box on the ticket for the appropriate hearing, fill in the name and address portion, sign your name and mail or hand deliver your copy to the Mill Creek Police Department.

You will be contacted directly by South District Court for your hearing which will be held at South District Court located in Lynnwood.

Parking Tickets
If you received a parking ticket from a Mill Creek Police Officer you must respond within 15 days of the issue date.

All penalties shall be reduced by half if paid by 5 p.m. on the first business day following the issuance of the ticket. You may choose either to pay your ticket or request a hearing.

Paying Your Ticket
If you would like to pay your ticket via phone, you can do so with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover by calling 425-745-6175. You may also pay your ticket in person during normal police business hours or mail a check or money order in the amount of your ticket to:
Mill Creek Police Department
Traffic Violations Bureau
15728 Main St.
Mill Creek, WA 98012

Request a Hearing
If you would like to request a mitigated or contested hearing you will need to mark the box on the ticket for the appropriate hearing, fill in the name and address portion, sign your name and mail or hand deliver your copy to the Mill Creek Police Department.

You will be contacted directly by South District Court for your hearing which will be held at South District Court located in Lynnwood.