Public Works Department
Steve Thomsen, Director
The department of Public Works is responsible for the development and
maintenance of the transportation system, the control and management of surface water quantity and quality, and the disposal of solid waste generated within all of Snohomish County.
The mission of Public Works is to provide responsive, cost-effective and quality public works services in a sustainable manner for present and future generations. Sustainability in Public Works means that new solutions can be developed in environmentally and socially responsible ways, while delivering services and infrastructure citizens expect with the best economic choice in the long term.
Public Works has received a variety of national and local awards for projects and services delivered in the following areas:
Title VI - site for information about the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, a copy of our Title VI Policy Statement, Notice to the Public, and Title VI Plan Updated March 2012; and for Complaint Procedures, Complaint Form and contact information
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To the left you'll find:
- This includes frequently asked questions, employment opportunities, and current news from Public Works Divisions.
- A list of Public Works divisions with phone numbers,
addresses and links to locator maps.
- A list of services provided by Public Works.