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Are you ready for an Emergency?

Are you ready for an Emergency?

In light of the disaster in Japan and the very likely possibility that we could face a similar earth quake in the futurebeing located on the infamous “Ring of Fire“, now is a great time to ask yourself,”Am Iready for an emergency?” The city website has a wonderful article ... »

Learn to rock April 4-7 at Calvary Fellowship

Learn to rock April 4-7 at Calvary Fellowship

Learn to rock April 4-7 at Calvary Fellowship: This Event for 5th-12th graders will be held at Calvary FellowshipMonday through Thursday April 4-7th 9-3pm Cost: $50 for all 4 days (includes lunch), $35 for all 4 half days (w/o lunch) (Half days are either art in the afternoon OR Music in the mornin... »

PUD Customers & Employees Raise $100K to Help Those in Need

PUD Customers & Employees Raise $100K to Help Those in Need

Snohomish County PUD customers and employees gave more than $100,000 last year to help people struggling to pay their utility bills. The contributions, collected through two community programs, helped more than 1,000 customers in 2010. Project PRIDE is a program funded through voluntary donations fr... »

Council Considers Ballinger Lake Golf Course Lease

Council Considers Ballinger Lake Golf Course Lease

At their work session on March 17, the City Council will consider options on renewing the Ballinger Lake Golf Course Lease Agreement with Hardy Golf for 2011 to 2015. Hardy Golf exercised their five (5) year lease option to continue operating the golf course in July 2009. In 2006, the city signed a ... »

Terrace Spring Sports Kick-Off with Baseball Win

Terrace spring sports have kicked off this week with an exciting win from the baseball team. The baseball team beat Lake Stevens 4-2 in 8 innings. Austin Johnson had a 2 run walk off homerun to win the game in the bototm of the 8th inning. Check out the Mountlake Terrace high School spring schedule ... »

Reminder: Freeway Station Grand Opening Thursday at Noon

Reminder: Freeway Station Grand Opening Thursday at Noon

The City of Mountlake Terrace, Sound Transit and Community Transit invite you to the New Freeway Station’s Grand Opening Ceremony on Thursday, March 17 at 12pm.   The new facilitywill help increase bus speeds and schedule reliability for Sound Transit and Community Transit routes servin... »

Nalin Sood Named State “All-Star” Coach

Nalin Sood Named State “All-Star” Coach

Mountlake Terrace High School’s Nalin Sood will coach the state’s top graduating boys from this winter’s basketball season in the Northwest Shootout against Oregon’s top boys on April 2 in Portland, Oregon. Nalin has been the MTHS varsity boys’ head coach since 2001, bu... »

Liias-sponsored bills move forward in state Legislature

Liias-sponsored bills move forward in state Legislature

With the legislative session past the halfway point, Rep. Marko Liias has several pieces of legislation dealing with everything from school bullying to drunken driving. While the Legislature approved $242 million in cuts early in session, a lot of focus will now turn to the $5 billion budget shortfa... »

Mountlake Terrace Earns Top Finance Award

Mountlake Terrace Earns Top Finance Award

For the fourth year in a row, the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded a Certificate of Achievement to the City of Mountlake Terrace for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The Certificate ... »

Functional Artwork Installed at the Freeway Station

Functional Artwork Installed at the Freeway Station

Last week a piece of artwork was installed at the Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station. The sculpture is made out of bronze and will act as a bench for those waiting for the bus. The piece is called “at the stillpoint” and was created by Jacqueline Metz and Nancy Chew. Check out the artwork... »

Woman Tied Up, Robbed, During Home Invasion

Woman Tied Up, Robbed, During Home Invasion

If you were anywhere near the Gateway neighborhood on Friday night you likely heard sirens or saw the police presence. As I drove through the neighborhood it seemed as if there wasn’t a street corner without a police cruiser close by. And there’s good reason for it. Police were searching... »

Department of Justice seeks injunction against MLT anti-abortion protester

The Seattle Times reports that the United States Department of Justice is seeking adn injuction and a $10,000 fine against a Mountlake Terrace manw hotried to block access to a Lynnwood medical clinic. Attorneys from the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division also are seeking a $10,000 ... »

Terrace’s Owen Fritz Highlighted

Terrace’s Owen Fritz Highlighted

The Herald highlights Mountlake Terrace Senior Owen Fritz: In terms of pre-competition hype, the difference between football and track is enormous. That’s just fine with Owen Fritz. “The one thing I like about (track and field) that’s different than football is game day is a lot mo... »

Heavy Rains Cause Hall Creek Flooding

Heavy Rains Cause Hall Creek Flooding

Some local flooding has occurred in Mountlake Terrace this morning with as a result of over 1″ of rain recorded since midnight. Right now there is a small-moderate amount of water over the road at 216th and Hall Creek and 230th and Hall Creek. 216th has been closed and the City is supplying ad... »

Calling all artists: MLT Famer’s Market Poster Contest

Calling all artists: MLT Famer’s Market Poster Contest

The Mountlake Terrace Farmers Market is holding a competition for their annual poster. They are looking for submissions of works that showcase the Bountiful Beauty of Pacific Northwest Agriculture. Artist of all ages, training, and experience are welcome. Submissions can be of any medium in a vert... »

Clothes for Kids receives generous donations for cold weather

Clothes for Kids receives generous donations for cold weather

Clothes For Kids, which provides wardrobes for low-income Edmonds School District students, received 1,539 coats, gloves and hats from the recent Warm 106.9 Clothing Drive. Special thanks goes to Warm 106.9 radio and the KIRO 7 Family Connection partners: Brotherton Cadillac and Olympic Physical The... »

Mountlake Terrace Recruiting for Boards and Commissions

Mountlake Terrace Recruiting for Boards and Commissions

The city is recruiting citizens to serve on its Boards and Commissions to help organize events, inform and advise the City Council, and get involved in the community. Volunteers use their time and talents to promote Mountlake Terrace and its events like National Night Out and Arts of the Terrace. Ap... »

Cedar Way Playground Update, Construction this Summer

Cedar Way Playground Update, Construction this Summer

As you may or may not know, Cedar Way Elementary in Mountlake Terrace won a $50,000 grant from Pepsi in December for a new playground. If all goes well, the new playground will be installed this summer. Here’s more from the Cedar Way PTO: The committee has been working to get feedback from the... »

Lost Dog: Silky Terrier (UPDATE: Found!)

Lost Dog: Silky Terrier (UPDATE: Found!)

UPDAET: The dog has been found. Thanks for looking! If you’re in the Town Center neighborhood keep your eyes open for this dog. Went missing near 232nd St SW and 54th Ave W. Asking for assistance, Lost Beloved Do / Family member. Lost on the evening of March 11, 2011. Little Brown/tan/white si... »

Brook Glenn Civil Improvements Complete

Construction of civil improvements (road and utilities) has been completed at the Brook Glenn subdivision. The project will subdivide 4.92 acres in to 14 single-family attached (townhome/condominium) units. Brook Glenn is located just south of Creekside Village on Cedar Way. [mappress mapid=”2... »

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