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 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Exciting news for the nonprofit community | Mayor's Message

I hope everyone is having a great summer here in Mukilteo! It is encouraging to see all of the different events happening in our community over the summer months – A significant... — Updated 8/16/2023

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Speeding | Mayor's Message

As many of you know, traffic enforcement has been a top priority of my administration since I took office again in 2022. During the summer months, we begin to hear more from the com... — Updated 6/14/2023

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Housing density | Mayor's Message

During my campaign for mayor, housing density was one of the most common concerns I heard. For several reasons, I agree with the 83% of Mukilteo residents on this issue who voted ag... — Updated 2/15/2023

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Mukilteo Business Summit | Mayor's Message

When the residents of Mukilteo elected me as mayor once again, one of my main focuses was to continue maintaining a strong environment for our business community here in Mukilteo.... — Updated 12/14/2022

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Public safety | Mayor's Message

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 By Joe Marine    Opinion

75 years and beyond | Mayor's Message

This year we are celebrating the City of Mukilteo’s 75th anniversary. While Mukilteo was not officially incorporated until 1947, its history goes back much further. This city... — Updated 8/31/2022

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

How to spend federal funds - U.S. Conference of Mayors offers ideas

This year was the 90th annual U.S. Conference of Mayors. It took place in June in Reno, Nevada, and was presided over by Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez, and hosted by Reno Mayor... — Updated 7/6/2022

 By Joe Marine    Opinion

Joe Marine's vision for the city | Mayor's Message

I am thrilled to serve the community of Mukilteo again. As your mayor, I am excited to work together to carry out the vision I have for the city, and to give you the leadership you... — Updated 1/12/2022


City has a solid foundation for the future | Mayor's Message

I am so honored to have served as your mayor of Mukilteo for the last eight years. We have much to be proud of in our community. We have set a solid foundation for our future. Our... — Updated 11/10/2021


City accomplished a lot during trying times | Mayor's Message

The first three weeks of 2021 have already felt quite long, but this is my first chance to share some thoughts on the year we just survived! As we look back at 2020, there are many... — Updated 1/20/2021


City shows resiliency in the face of unprecedented challenges | Mayor's Message

This has been a painfully difficult year and continues to be. I continue to be inspired by the resiliency of our community, as businesses and nonprofits pivot to reach out in new... — Updated 12/2/2020


Current events in our city | Mayor's Message

On Monday, Oct 12, I issued a proclamation recognizing and celebrating Indigenous People’s Day. I first issued a similar proclamation in 2016, and it felt important to do so... — Updated 10/28/2020


Progress being made on construction projects | Mayor's message

As we head into fall, there is positive progress to share on a number of construction projects in the community. I will be sharing some updates this month. I would also encourage... — Updated 9/23/2020


Housing Action Plan will reflect community values | Mayor's Message

The City of Mukilteo is required to adopt a comprehensive plan (and we have a great one, it is award winning and reads like a story instead of a government document!). That plan... — Updated 5/27/2020


City weathering the coronavirus storm | Mayor's Message

I appreciate our Mukilteo Strong spirit and how we are weathering this storm. I know we are ready for Spirit Week next week. On Monday April 27, roll out your purple for our high... — Updated 4/22/2020


City services continue during coronavirus outbreak

Your City of Mukilteo team is closely monitoring the evolving coronavirus or COVID-19 situation in Snohomish County, and is continuing to follow the guidance of the Snohomish Health... — Updated 3/18/2020


City's 'Action Plan' isn't to develop affordable housing

Recently, the City Council accepted a state grant to develop a Housing Action Plan. We heard from a number of residents at our meeting after the Beacon covered this issue, and I... — Updated 2/12/2020


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