City Hall and Police Station Renovation

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Project Description and Timeline

Stanwood City Hall and the Stanwood Police Station/Commerce Alliance Building are undergoing renovations to keep city facilities structurally sound and functional. As a result, Stanwood City Hall is closed to the public January 25 through April or May of this year. The Stanwood Police Station/Commerce Alliance Building is closed to the public February 12 through early March.

Service Impacts

City Hall


The City of Stanwood is committed to providing quality customer service. While physical offices will be closed, city services will continue to be provided by phone, email or in-person appointments. A drop box is located outside City Hall for your convenience. For information about utility payments, pet licensing and traffic violations, click here. 

Police Station

While the Police Station will be closed to the public, officers will continue to respond out of the station with no impact to emergency services. Administrative staff will be closely monitoring email. You can also call 360-629-2184 for non-emergency needs.

  1. Scope of work
  2. PROJECT BACKGROUND

City Hall Renovation

The City Hall remodel will involve floor-leveling in multiple office areas, bathroom remodels for ADA accessibility, kitchen upgrades and the addition of storage space. The total project cost for the City Hall renovation is estimated to be $270,076. 

Police Station Renovation

Restrooms will be updated to meet ADA requirements, the breakroom will be remodeled for functionality and the lobby will be renovated to meet current safety and security standards. Two public restrooms are also being added to Stanwood Commerce Alliance's portion of the building for downtown visitors to use. The total project cost for Police Station improvements is projected to be $416,598. 

Police Station Relocation
  

In 2023, the City of Stanwood purchased a property across from the School District Administration Building off Pioneer Highway to serve as the location for the future Police Station. City staff are in the early phases of planning and design with construction being several years away.