WELCOME TO THE CITY OF SULTAN
Whether you are moving to our city, or just visiting and want information, we want you to feel welcome.
Established in the late 1880’s and officially incorporated in 1905, our community has a rich and colorful heritage. Logging, mining and agriculture provided the economic and cultural foundation in those early years. Today, Sultan is a quiet but growing community with a population fast approaching 5,000.
Our city is on the brink of a great transformation. Already several hundred new residential homes, commercial and retail projects currently are in the development process. We recognize that growth is inevitable, and we are actively taking the steps necessary to protect the wonderful way of life that our residents have treasured for over one hundred years.
NEW GARBAGE SERVICE
The city has a new toter system beginning February 2, 2015. Please click here for new garbage information.
SMART911 – Are You Ready for Emergencies?
If you live, work or travel in Snohomish County, you can now create a free online Safety Profile which provides vital information to emergency responders when you call 911. Smart911 is a free service that allows residents to provide critical information such as emergency contacts, children’s photos or medical information, on a secure website. This information is only accessible by emergency responders when you call 9-1-1.
Create your free Safety Profile today at: http://www.smart911.com
NEED HELP WITH YOUR SULTAN UTILITY BILL? Don’t wait until your water is shut off to ask for help. Past due payments or payment arrangements MUST be made before shut off day. Please contact us to see how we can help. We can also share local resources that may be able to assist you. Please call at 360.793.2231.
COMMUNITY TRANSIT ROUTE CHANGES
Community Transit is proposing route changes in 2015 that would affect service in the City of Sultan.
Proposed changes include adding Sunday bus service and rerouting the downtown service along Alder Avenue and off of 1st/High/8th streets. Information about the route changes and opportunities to comment are available at http://www.commtrans.org/routemods/