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Green Snohomish

Green Snohomish meets to learn and share ways to make our world community a better place.

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this place, the Sdohobsh people and their successors the Tulalip Tribes, who since time immemorial have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands.

We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and we honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.

Snohomish Tree Inventory

In an effort to manage and enhance our urban tree canopy, the city of Snohomish has completed its initial inventory of all trees in the public right of way, parks, and other city properties. Find species, health condition, size, and other basic information for each tree.

Protect

All forms of life are important.

Preserve

Ours is a finite Earth.

Connect

Strong communities are more resilient.

Snohomish Tree Tour

Enjoy a guided walking tour of the beautiful City of Snohomish heritage trees through the Historic District!

NEW – for 2024 spring tour, we are offering a shuttle for people of limited mobility. Learn more about the Snohomish Tree Tour.

Recycling

Find Snohomish and northern King County recycling and disposal options for waste like styrofoam, plastic bags, paint, and more.

Learn more about recycling and disposal resources.

News

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From Laura Knudson, President of the Snohomish Historical Society:It’s my pleasure to invite you to our Garden Revival Work Party aimed at restoring the grounds of our cherished Blackman Museum and Waltz Building. Over time, the gardens have become overgrown with weeds and need our collective effort to restore their beauty and historical charm.Here are some of the tasks we’ll be tackling:• Removing weeds and invasive/volunteer plants• Pruning overgrown shrubs and trees• General garden cleanup and maintenanceWhat to Bring:• Gardening gloves• Hand tools (trowels, pruners, weeders)• Hat and sunscreen (fingers crossed we have good weather!)We will have some extra buckets and yard waste bags on hand. We will also provide refreshments. Please join us June 8th at 10 a.m. in restoring the gardens. Spread the word! See MoreSee Less
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