Have you ever wondered how local government works or what each department does and how it relates to the community?
Here’s your chance to get involved, learn, and gain insight into the inner workings of your community at the city level through Sedro-Woolley Academy.
The Contractor working on site improvements on the Department of Natural Resources site on SR 9 will be working along SR 9 in front of their site.
This work is anticipated to occur Monday, January 23rd.
This work is anticipated to occur during the week of January 16th.
Work in some areas may require temporary lane shifts.
Public Safety and Solid Waste services, including yard waste pickup, are unaffected by this office closure.
Happy Holidays everyone!
- Very cold temperatures through Thursday.
- Freezing spray is possible across north interior waters.
- Hight threat of freezing rain Thursday night and Friday.
- Heavy rain is likely Friday through the weekend.
- River flooding may occur through next week.
- Coastal flooding and erosion is likely.
Please be careful if you are heading over the passes, or anywhere with a higher elevation, and carry emergency essentials in your vehicle.
Wednesday December 14th, 7:00AM to 4:30PM
North Township Street also known as (State Route 9) from Summer Meadows Court to Lucas Drive
This section of North Township Street will be limited to one lane while city and contract crews conduct drainage ditch maintenance work.
Here are some helpful resources for our current weather conditions.
Patients may now have two people visit at a time, but masks are still required.
Elinor Nakis, Director
Bring your expired or unused medications for safe disposal, and join us and our partners at the Wellness Fair!
I have lived in Skagit county my whole life, moving from Sedro-Woolley to Burlington when I was in the third grade. I continued my education in Burlington until I graduated high school...
This notice regards temporary road closures and detours for the GATEWAY VILLAGE PHASE 1 project for Hodgin Street and Stendal Street.
The Wednesday, October 12th closures have been re-scheduled for October 14th.
Friends, supporters and volunteers,
Please join Skagit Trail Builders on Saturday, September 10th at 9:00 am for the first session of a new trail building season.
The paving schedule has been revised to the following...
Much thanks to the Housers for this great addition to the park!
During the installation work, Trail Road will close to through traffic during working hours.
I was born and raised in Everson Washington where I attended kindergarten through my senior year at the Nooksack Valley School District. I have lived in several different cities in Whatcom County but I now call Bellingham home.
I grew up in Sedro-Woolley and graduated from Sedro-Woolley High School. After High School I attended Western Washington University where I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
Wednesday July 20th, 2022, 7:00AM to 4:30PM
- Reed Street, From SR20 to State Street
- Warner Street, from 10th Street to 11th Street
- 11th Street, from State Street to Talcott Street
- Haines Street, from Ferry Street to North Dead End
Weather Permitting - Sedro-Woolley Public Works and its contractor, Central Paving LLC of Ellensburg, WA will be performing asphalt crack sealing on various city streets.
PUBLIC NOTICE OF ROAD UTILITY & ROAD WORK
Weather Permitting, Tuesday June 21st from 7am to 7pm & Wednesday June 22nd from 7am to 7pm
Cook Rd at the intersection of Cook Rd and Spring Ln. North Township St at the intersection N. Township St and Evans Drive.
June 15, 2022
This notice is in regards to temporary traffic impacts for the above project for intersection improvement at SR20 and SR9 beginning on June 20th.
The theme for this year will be "Vintage 1972".
Public Works Operations Division Supervisor
Article by Vince Richardson and photos by Oliver Hamlin
This free, popular, annual event is designed to educate the community about the City of Sedro-Woolley and its many programs and services.
Friday, May 13th from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Memorial Park, next to the Community Center (703 Pacific St.)
Let's get rolling!
We've created an account with Love to Ride for 2022. This will allow anyone who cycles, or wants to start, to track miles together all year long and compete against some other organizations, including other Washington cities.
Buy Flood Insurance Now
Flooding can happen anywhere, often to the surprise of residents who thought they were covered for disaster.
Where: W Jones Rd between Garden of Eden Rd and F&S Grade Rd
West Jones Rd will be limited to one lane while city contract crews work to remove a large cottonwood tree that is causing damage to the roadway surface. This may cause short traffic delays.
FEMA Awards Won’t Affect Other Benefits.
It is still preferred that individuals with emergencies call 911. Text-to-911 is primarily intended for use by the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or those with speech difficulties.
workers impacted by the floods in specific counties and tribal lands from Nov. 5 to Dec.
We now have the task of sweeping up the sand that was laid down...
- Wear face covering so it comes all the way up close to the bridge of your nose.
- Make sure it covers all the way down your chin.
- Do your best to tighten the loops or ties so it’s snug around our face, without gaps.
Given all the snow, ice and a bit of slush out there, and the expected poor driving conditions, the Mayor has made the decision to close our offices tomorrow as well.
Solid Waste Supervisor
City of Sedro-Woolley
Given the inclement weather, we are going to close our offices early today at 3:30 PM so everyone has the opportunity to get home prior to sunset.
We thank you for your patience and understanding while city staff works through the process to make the necessary repairs and restore the rest of the park to safe and usable condition.
PUBLIC NOTICE OF STREET CLOSURES
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021, 9:00AM to 11:00AM
Metcalf Street, from Ferry Street to State Street
Woodworth Street, from Post Office Alley to Murdock Street.
UPDATE: November 19, 2021, 11:00AM
SEDRO-WOOLLEY - W. State Street Pump Station
Residents may return to their normal water usage.
Temporary repairs have been completed.
The City of Sedro-Woolley will have sandbags and sand available.
Bring your shovel.
Location: 315 Sterling Street, Sedro-Woolley, WA
Who: Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has notified the City of this change.
When: Friday, November 12, 2021
Where: West side of our city limits on State Route 20 starting at mile post 63.73
CAPTION: Mayor Johnson presents Tamara Blunt with 30-Year Dedication Award
Temporary Closure of Jameson Street for Emergency Tree Removal
When: Today, September 30, 2021, 9AM – 11AM
Where: Jameson Street, Sedro-Woolley High School (Near the Tennis Courts)
We appreciate your patience during this process.