b'City Hall Department ContactsCity of Snohomish John T. Kartak, Mayor 116 Union Avenue 360-282-3154 Snohomish, WA 98290-2943kartak@SnohomishWA.govPhone: 360-568-3115 Steve Schuller, City Administrator/ Office HoursUtility General Manager MondayFriday, by appointment 360-568-3115 schuller@SnohomishWA.gov Please see the Citys website to Debbie Burton, Finance Director report a concern or for additional360-282-3197 information at www.SnohomishWA.gov. burton@SnohomishWA.govPolice Glen Pickus, Planning Director 230 Maple Avenue360-282-3173 Snohomish, WA 98290pickus@SnohomishWA.gov Phone: 360-568-0888Pat Adams, City Clerk/Human Resources Fax: 360-568-8377360-282-3155 Emergency: 911 adams@SnohomishWA.govNon-Emergencies: 425-407-3999 Wendy Poischbeg, Economic Development Patrol deputies are on duty 24 hours a day& Communications Manager and can be reached by calling 911. 360-282-3176 Office Hourspoischbeg@SnohomishWA.govMondayFriday, by appointment Keith Rogers, Police Chief 360-568-0888 snohomishpd@SnohomishWA.govI ve been working from home, grateful to work remotely and continue to provide servicecity offor our citizens. With a laptop and the help of the Historic Downtown SnohomishSnohomishAssociation, we were able to create Virtual Snohomish, a digital portal to local businesses that offered their products or services online. We were the first Washington State city to create a virtual presence that promoted businesses that offered curbside pick-up, delivery orQUARTERLYmobile services. Within hours, we were able to list over two hundred businesses and market that Snohomish was still open for business. We also created a Virtual Tip Jar so members of the service and gig economy could receive tips remotely from their clients and friends whileIn This Issuethey were sheltered at home. And you, our residents, immediately responded by purchasingSPRING 2020gift cards and shopping online. We adapted. We changed our normal and our routines. Weve all pivoted to keep this community healthyand for that I am incredibly thankful. Mayors Message .4After two months, I can tell you that I miss some of my routine, but not all of it. IveCouncil Corner .5discovered that being outside is something I had taken for granted. Evening walks around my neighborhood have become more than a necessary distraction, but a means to connect with myMidtown Planningneighborswho I normally wouldnt run into. Now, as more people are out for daily walks,District Process .6Ive been able to learn names and recognize who lives where. Ive noticed new landmarks andPre-Application Process 7interesting architecture. You might be enjoying a daily walk too, so in this issue, we publishedTrees Matter! 8a walking guide featuring the beautiful trees of the historic district. Youll find over two dozen different species around the city to enjoy while youre adapting to your new routine. Staff Spotlight11And speaking of a new routine, on page 14, youll get to know Grant Harrington, ownerCalendar of Events 12of the Snohomish Running Company who has built his business around health and wellness.Deputy of the Year .13With many of his events cancelled, read how he has adapted and pivoted to keep his company, well, running.Community Spotlight:There are some routines that need adapting. My hope is that wherever your new routine is,Snohomish Running Company .14that you are safe and healthy. WendySnohomish QuarterlyADVERTISING SALESCITY HALL is published byJulie Applegate 206-753-7250116 Union AvenueOn the Cover: Andys Fish House offers Philips Publishing Group julie@philipspublishing.com Snohomish WA 98290Curbside Catch to a local patron. for the City of Snohomish. 360-568-3115 Photo credit: Wendy PoischbegEDITOR PUBLISHERWendy PoischbegPeter Philips:206-284-8285DESIGN & PRODUCTION4257 24th Avenue W, Seattle, WA 98199 peter@philipspublishing.com Jason Becker206-284-8285 | www.philipspublishing.comSNOHOMISH QUARTERLYSPRING 20203'