Alert: Last opportunity to testify on County Council Districts at Snohomish County Districting Committee Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 10
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The Snohomish County Districting Committee will hold a final special public hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. on the eighth floor of the County Campus, 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett, to take testimony on changes to county council district lines.
Members of the public can attend to learn more about the proposed district changes and submit in-person or live public testimony. The independent County Districting Committee is scheduled to adopt or amend proposed changes on Nov. 17.
The proposed changes to the county council districts extend County Council District 2 south into County Council District 4, west of Mill Creek and north of 164th. In addition, a small of portion of County Council District 4 south of I-405 and bounded by Damson Road, S. Danvers Road and 203 Place Southwest is moved to County Council District 3.
he proposed changes can be viewed on the Districting Committee webpage ( https://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/5773/ ).
Every ten years, boundaries of county council districts are updated based on new census numbers to reflect how populations have changed.
This meeting will be
simultaneously conducted in person and online on Zoom. The Zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/98357673390
Stay connected and learn more
There are lots of ways to get involved, learn more, and share your ideas and comments throughout this process:
• Public events – The final public hearing is Wednesday, Nov. 10.
• Email – Comments can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Mail – Comments can be submitted by mail to Districting Committee, c/o Snohomish County Council, 3000 Rockefeller, Ave., M/S 609, Everett, WA 98201
• Newsletter – Sign up for the 2021 Redistricting e-newsletter on the County website. Select the “2021 County Redistricting” newsletter option from the “Districting” topic.
You can view recordings of previous meetings on Council’s meeting webpage by going to the “Miscellaneous” tab under the 2021 Archives.
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