Reminder: Lynnwood virtual workshop June 2 aimed at gathering ideas for protecting watersheds

Halls Lake in Lynnwood (Photo courtesy of the City of Lynnwood)

The City of Lynnwood is looking for community input regarding future waterway projects in the city. Staff are beginning to review the conditions of Lynnwood’s waterways and how they are affected by stormwater runoff.

Visit Lynnwood’s Storymap to explore the city’s watersheds and take the survey at the end to let staff know which waterway should be prioritized.

In addition, Lynnwood is also hosting a one-hour virtual workshop on June 2 at noon to provide more information about this effort and to get more community input.

Register for the workshop here.

  1. Are watersheds in unincorporated Lynnwood also worthy of protection? Because the stormwater from my neighborhood drains into a wetland across Larch/212 and I’ve heard an apartment complex is going to be built there. (I’m at 23rd Ave W)

    How can I find out if that is true?

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