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Posted on: May 22, 2018

The City Would Like to Hear From You!

Second Street Pedestrian

The City of Snohomish plans to improve Second Street between State Route 9 and Lincoln Avenue in downtown Snohomish and needs your help! The purpose of the project is to improve the safety and appearance of the street for people walking, bicycling, driving and accessing transit, and to benefit existing and future businesses and residences along the street.

An important consideration is the role that Second Street can play in the downtown. First Street is the heart of historic Snohomish with slow car traffic, active sidewalks, and thriving businesses. Today, Second Street is mainly used for accessing or passing through the downtown by car or bus, but it also supports a number of businesses.

The City wants to know what the current issues and opportunities are on Second Street. The input you provide will help Second Street to better serve all Snohomish residents. The survey should only take about five minutes.

If you have any questions, please visit the project webpage or contact Denise Johns, Project Manager by email or at 360-282-3195.

Second Street Survey
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