THE LATEST FROM CITY HALL
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for Snohomish County, which will remain in effect through Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. The flood watch is based on current forecasts, which are predicting heavy rainfall through Saturday, Oct. 21, with … Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a police officer? Do you have questions about how law enforcement services are administered in Sultan? Each month, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Steve McDonald invites the community to join him … Continue reading →
The Sultan City Council welcomed a packed council chambers on Thursday October 12, 2017, as it honored its final Business, Volunteer and Education spotlights of the year. Read more about them here: Volunteer Spotlight – Sky Valley Youth Coalition Make … Continue reading →
The city of Sultan thanks the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) for conducting “A Short Course on Local Planning,” an introductory planning course which took place 6:15 to 9:15 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 11, at Sultan City Hall. The class … Continue reading →
The Sultan Community Alliance invites the community to attend the third annual Trunk or Treat Main Street event, a free, family-friendly Halloween extravaganza that welcomes ghosts, goblins, superheroes and everything in between. Trunk or Treat Main Street takes place 5 … Continue reading →
Sky Valley Ink is a home based, family owned business on 10th Street in Sultan, run out of Jim and Kari Fulcher’s garage and back yard shed. Jim Fulcher grew up in Sultan, graduated from Sultan High School and went on … Continue reading →
The Sky Valley Youth Coalition is about a lot more than just giving teens a safe place to hang out after school. It’s about making a difference in the community, helping those in need, transcending barriers and changing perceptions. Officially … Continue reading →
At just 12 years old, Sultan Middle School student Samuel T. Inman mastered the logistics involved with creating a small-scale hydroelectric facility, capable of powering a light bulb. Now 13, he’s moving on to wireless electricity, with plans to build … Continue reading →
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MONTHLY EVENT CALENDAR
Monthly Calendar: October 2017.