First of three Transporation Open Houses is Thursday, March 13

The city of Lynnwood is inviting the public to attend one of three neighborhood open houses on Lynnwood’s Transportation Future.

Learn more about the state of Lynnwood’s transportation system and future funding options. The Transporation Benefit District Board is considering a possible future ballot measure to increase the local sales tax and/or the vehicle registration fee to generate revenue for transportation projects.

The three open houses are:

Thursday, March 13
6-8 PM
Spruce Elementary Gym
17405 Spruce Way

Tuesday, March 18
5-7 PM
Council Chambers at Lynnwood City Hall
19100 44th Avenue West

Thursday, March 27
5-7 PM
City of Lynnwood Operations and Maintenance Center
20525 60th Avenue West

The Transportation Benefit District Board is launching a community survey later this spring. Send an email to: with your name and email address and the city will send a link to the survey.

A Transportation Benefit District is a Quasi-municipal corporation and independent taxing district created for the sole purpose of funding transportation improvements within the district. A TBD is created by ordinance of legislative authority (county or city) and may include other counties, cities, port districts, or transit districts through Inter-local agreements.

In 2010, the TBD Board enacted a $20 vehicle registration fee (for each eligible vehicle registered in Lynnwood). The $20 vehicle registration fee went into effect on July 1, 2011 and generates approximately $420,000 annually for transportation projects. The projects to be funded (in whole or in part) include:

  • City of Lynnwood Street Fund 111 (operation and maintenance)
  • Pavement Overlay Program
  • Traffic Signal Rebuild Program
  • Traffic Signal Reconstruction: Scriber Lake Road at 196th Street SW
  • 48th Avenue W Sidewalk: 183rd Place SW to 180th Street SW


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