May is Big Ideas Month in the City of Lynnwood, and the city is inviting residents to share their vision for Lynnwood’s future.
The city is kicking off two big planning projects that will guide growth and development over the next 20 years: the 2024 Comprehensive Plan update and the City Center + Alderwood (CC+A) Plan.
Participate by completing this online questionnaire. You can also share your big ideas on social media using the hashtag #ImagineLynnwood or stop by in-person at one of the city’s Big Ideas Stations.
Stations are located at:
Sno-Isle Lynnwood Library – 19200 44th Ave. W.
Lynnwood City Hall – 19100 44th Ave. W.
Lynnwood Senior Center – 19000 44th Ave. W.
Lynnwood Recreation Center – 18900 44th Ave. W.
Verdant – 4710 196th St. S.W.
For more information about the city’s planning efforts, visit the project website or contact planning@LynnwoodWA.gov.
I have been a resident for47 years. I used to love it here but now it is ghetto!
I would like to have dog poop bags at the parks. I hate stepping in dog poop. You could change the garbage look by following Daytona beach residents conditions no junk or indoor furniture outside grass must be not allowed to grow over 3 inches. Fines for not following the rules shall be collected. Roving enforcement created. As for garbage everything should be collected reflected in the price of garbage services and enforced. Get ahold of Daytona rules. There is no garbage strewn about no graffiti and no crap lying around. I take pride in my property and so should everyone follow the rules or you are fined. It is time to hold people accountable and stop seeing our neighborhoods go down hill. We pay enough in taxes that this should be enforced. There is absolutely no reason it can’t be done. Reallocate your forces. It doesn’t take 3 people and a supervisor to dig a hole! And employees shouldn’t be on cellphones all the time.
PRIDE in Lynnwood needs to return
Don’t say it can’t be done because it is too hard that is ridiculous it just means city officials are lazy.
We can do anything if we have pride!
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