Information about city job openings can be obtained on the city website or by calling Pat Adams, Human Resources Manager, at City Hall at 360-454-5221
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You can pay traffic or parking infractions via mail, or Call City Hall @ 360-629-2181 Option 1, or bring in the original ticket/infraction to City Hall Tuesday-Thursday, 9am-5pm:
City of Stanwood/City Hall10220 270th Street NWStanwood, WA 98292
Yes. Licenses are required every year for dogs and are available with proof of current rabies vaccination. There is a $10 annual fee for each altered dog (spayed/neutered) and a $50 annual fee for each unaltered dog. Renewals are due no later than 45 days after Jan. 1st of each year. You may download the application from our website.
We are currently open Tuesday - Thursday 9-5. If you have any questions, please call (360) 629-2181, option 1.
Yes. It is unlawful for the owner or custodian of any dog to cause, permit or allow such dog to roam, run, stray, or to be away from the premises of such owner or custodian and to be on any public place, or on any public property, or the private property of another in the city of Stanwood, unless such dog, while away from such premises, is controlled by a leash or lead, such control to be exercised by such owner or custodian or other competent and authorized person. Any dog found roaming, running, straying or being away from such premises and not on a leash as provided in this section may be impounded subject to redemption in the manner provided by this chapter. (Ordinance 1033, 1998).
For more information about animal control, please visit the Stanwood Dog Licenses page.
To register to vote, obtain mail-in forms, available at City Hall (10220 270th Street NW ) and the Stanwood Library (9701 271st Street NW).
Report a street light out by calling Snohomish County Planned Unit Development (PUD) at 360-629-5700 during regular business hours. You will need to provide the address of the pole and the pole number.