Jim Bloodgood, P.E., Traffic Operations Manager
and Snohomish County Traffic Engineer
The Traffic Operations Section includes the following groups:
Traffic Analysis and Design
Theam Ong, Supervisor
This group is responsible for analysis of the capacity and efficiency of roads and intersections, including but not limited to level-of-service determinations, manual and machine traffic counts, and analyses of accident data.
Dale Valliant, Traffic Investigations Supervisor
The Traffic Investigations group is responsible for evaluating and resolving issues regarding traffic signage and markings and the efficiency of roads and intersections. Staff duties also include responding to citizen requests for changes to speed limits and road signs, installation of traffic calming measures and maintenance of the County's road atlas.
Traffic Signals and Electrical Maintenance Unit (TSEMU)
Dale Valliant, Interim Supervisor
This group, which is located at the Cathcart Way Operations Center, is responsible for the maintenance and repair of traffic signals, flashing beacons and flashing sidewalks on the County road system, as well as for client cities through interlocal agreements. Staff also provides electrical maintenance to County facilities.
If you would like to report a dark (not operating) traffic signal* or street light, a malfunctioning pedestrian button, a signal timing problem or any other type of traffic signal or electrical problem on a Snohomish County road, you may email us through this Comment Form. You also may contact 425-388-3488.
*NOTE: If a traffic signal is dark (not operating), or if you want to report some other type of signal emergency, call 911.
- Call: 425-388-6420
- Visit (Hours 8-5):
5th floor, County Admin-West Building
3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 607
Everett, WA 98201
- Send an Email