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The Civic Campus Redevelopment Project consists of a new city hall, an addition to the existing police station, a Town Center Park Plaza, landscaping, parking and public art.
The Main Street Project includes the design, engineering, and re-construction of 236th Street between 56th Avenue W and Interstate 5 (Phase 1 under construction), and 56th Avenue W between 230th and 236th Streets SW (future Phase 2).
Curious about all the projects happening in Mountlake Terrace? Visit “City Project Updates” to learn about private development, public projects and infrastructure improvements in progress. You can find traffic alerts here too!
The Sound Transit 2 Link Light Rail Extension includes stations in Shoreline, Mountlake Terrace and Lynnwood. Opening in 2024, riders will enjoy reliable service to the University of Washington, Seattle, Eastside, and more.
The Town Center Subarea Plan update process is now complete. Click here to read about development regulations, updated comprehensive plan map, official zoning map, Economic Vitality Element and Planned Action Area.
Did you know there are nine current park projects in the works in Mountlake Terrace? Visit our new webpage to learn more about all the great improvements coming to a park near you!
The Terrace Station Project, adjacent to Interstate 5 just north of the King-Snohomish County line, includes three buildings, over 600 residential units, 80,000 square feet of commercial space and a new roadway into the project from 236th Street SW.
On Friday, January 22 at 2:00 p.m., the city will hold a virtual ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Van Ry Boulevard, the new public roadway that connects 244th Street SW and 236th Street SW adjacent to the new Terrace Station development...
The Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC) has voted to approve the extension of the 2018 International Building Code and other accessory and fire code adoption from February 1, 2021 to July 1, 2021.
The city will continue to im...
Cold, freezing weather can lead to frozen water pipes. Here are some basic tips on how to prevent freezing pipes and what to do if pipes do freeze or burst.
For outside plumbing, disconnect garden hoses, and use a molded foam cover, ava...
Ready to keep your neighborhood clean, prevent future flooding, and protect our waters? Water quality in local streams and lakes is protected when leaves, dirt and trash stay out of storm drains. The city is in need of volunteers to help prevent...