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Animal Care Center Closing, Vet Opening Low-Cost Clinic

Animal Care Center Closing, Vet Opening Low-Cost Clinic

Last week the Animal Care Center in Mountlake Terrace closed up shop. Tracy Tomlinson, the owner and veterinarian, says that the down economy has made it more and more difficult for pet owners to afford even basic services (spay/neuter, vaccinations) for their pets. For this reason, Tomlinson decide... »

Save Water, Save Money

Save Water, Save Money

With it being summer and all, one of these days we should expect the sun to come out. And when that happens, we end up using more water trying to keep our grass green, washing our cars and keeping hydrated. If you are a Mountlake Terrace water customer you have the opportunity to pick up free water ... »

Fire District 1 calls for June 10-16

Fire District 1 calls for June 10-16

I am going to start posting the summary of the Snohomish County Fire District 1 calls each week. The Fire District serves more than 225,000 residents so Mountlake Terrace only comprises about 10%. Each week there will likely only be a couple Mountlake Terrace calls listed (those will be in bold) but... »

Two Men Rob Mountlake Terrace Home at Gun Point

Two Men Rob Mountlake Terrace Home at Gun Point

The Herald reports this morning about an armed robbery at a Mountlake Terrace home on Friday night. Ive confirmed this with the MLT PD and also added that the robbery took place in the 22500 block of 48th Ave W. From the Herald: Police are searching for two men who broke into a home Friday night and... »

Terrace Football Coach Awarded Enterprise Coach of the Year

Terrace Football Coach Awarded Enterprise Coach of the Year

Each year the Enterprise Newspaper awards “E Prizes” to high school players, coaches and teams in the area that stood out in the past year. Some of the E Prizes awarded are “Male Athlete of the year”, “A Face We’ll Miss” and “Teams to Watch.” Thi... »

City Considering Neighborhood Name Changes

You may or may not know this, but Mountlake Terrace has 6 official neighborhoods. The official neighborhood names are Melody Hill, Lake Ballinger, Town Center, Gateway, East Terrace and North Terrace. The way you can tell if the community has agreed with a neighborhood name is if you see it in the n... »

MLT Garage Sales June 19-20

Only 1 MLT garage sale on craigslist this week but it may be a good one. Calvary Fellowship is having a multi-family garage sale at the church today from 9am to 3pm. Couches, tools, kitchenware, clothing, toys, etc. 23302 56th Ave W. Look for the signs. 9:00am-3:00pm Saturday, June 19th only »

Edmonds Toddler Injured in Fall from Window

This happened in Edmonds but it’s a good reminder with some tips to avoid this type of accident in your home: A toddler who fell from a second-floor window at an Edmonds apartment this afternoon was transported by paramedics to Harborview Medical Center. Firefighters were called to the apartme... »

Pavilion Pool Closed for Maintenance June 21-27

The Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion pool, spa, sauna and deck will be closed Monday, June 21 through Sunday, June 27 for maintenance, repairs and staff training. The Pavilion will reopen on Monday, June 28 at 6:00 a.m. for the start of summer programs. The Pavilion Office Hours during closure ... »

236th/Cedar Way Heavily Tagged Again

236th/Cedar Way Heavily Tagged Again

Creekside Village Apartment dwellers woke up thie mornig to find the intersection of 236th/Cedar Way heavily tagged once again. It was just a couple weeks ago last time this street was tagged. Notice some new graffiti in your neighborhood? Let us know at tips@MLTnews.com. Have an idea for a solution... »

Kitchen Fire Causes $5,000 in Damage

Kitchen Fire Causes $5,000 in Damage

Friday night around 5:30 pm there was a small kitchen fire in a home near 63rd Ave W and 233rd Pl SW. A mom and her daughter were home and safely exited the house, then called 9-1-1. The fire was started by oil on the stove that got too hot, ignited, then spread to the cabinets. Firefighters from Fi... »

Class of 2013 "Grad Night" Fund Raiser

Last night the Mountlake Terrace High School seniors (now gradutes) had an all-night “Grad Party” sponsored by the senior parents. The MTHS freshman parents are trying to get a head start on fund raising for the class of 2013 “Grad Night” party: It’s the last day of sch... »

Construction Update: 230th St. SW

Construction Update: 230th St. SW

Construction of the new water system improvements is now complete.  Installation of the new storm system is nearly finished, except for the storm water detention and water quality vaults that will be installed between 59th & 60th Avenues W.   Grading to shape the roadway is now underway.  Instal... »

June "City Happenings" Now Online

June "City Happenings" Now Online

Every other month the City of Mountlake Terrace publishes a City newsletter called “City Happenings”. The June edition has articles on Town Center development, the Farmer’s Market, volunteer clean up day and more. You can find the June edition of “City Happenings” here ... »

Stolen Vehicle Flees from Traffic Stop, Tracked Down by K-9

Last night around 11pm a Mountlake Terrace police officer attempted a traffic stop near 220th/I-5. The vehicle accelerated and due to traffic conditions, the officer did not pursue. SNOCOM dispatch notified the officer the the vehicle was stolen. A short time later, the vehicle was located in the ar... »

Congratulations to the Class of 2010!

Congratulations to the Class of 2010!

Wednesday was the last day of school for the seniors of Mountlake Terrace High School. The graduating students will have a senior breakfast in the morning, attend the graduation ceremony at 6:30pm at Edmonds Stadium (ticket required) and spend the night at the “Grad Night Party”, a drug ... »

MTHS Senior Recognized at Film Festival

MTHS Senior Recognized at Film Festival

The City Council recently recognized Mountlake Terrace High School student Nicholas Terry for writing and directing the movie Senior Prom that was shown at this year’s Seattle International Film Festival. Councilmember Kyoko Matsumoto Wright presented a congratulatory letter to Terry during the film... »

Thieves Steal TV, Jewelry and Credit Cards from Home Near Studio 6

Thieves Steal TV, Jewelry and Credit Cards from Home Near Studio 6

MLTnews reader Kerrie Gamble sent us this report of her home being broken in to on Tuesday. Several items were stolen including a TV, jewelry and credit cards. One of the stolen credit cards was used at a smoke shop, a gas station and couple more places before being used at the Tulalip Casino. Polic... »

"Strawberry Festival" this week at the Farmer's Market

"Strawberry Festival" this week at the Farmer's Market

If you haven’t had a chance to make it to the Mountlake Terrace Farmer’s Market yet, be sure to head over to 232nd St. SW and 58th Ave W this week Thursday between 3 and 7 pm. This week will be “Strawberry Fest” at the market. Vendors will be providing free strawberry shortca... »

MLT Police Officer Wins “Show and Shine Award”

MLT Police Officer Wins “Show and Shine Award”

City of Mountlake Terrace Police Department Motor Officer Eric Jones was awarded first place in the “Show and Shine” competition from the North American Motor Officers Association (NAMOA) at their 25th Annual Training Conference in held in Marysville in mid-May. The “Show and Shine” com... »

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