For over 77 years, the Snohomish Conservation District has been on the cutting edge of agriculture, habitat restoration and community conservation. With a growing population and increased pressure on our natural resources, the District has developed a proposal to meet the demands of a diverse and changing environment.

History:

  • From 2010-2017, the District received a $5 per parcel (+ $0.05/acre) assessment.

  • For 2018, a $6 per parcel (+ $0.06/acre) rate was approved by Snohomish County Council.

  • For 2019, the District proposed a continuation of this incremental approach, to increase $1 per year for the next 4 years, to ensure that services can continue to be provided for our local communities into the future. On November 7, 2018, the Snohomish County Council amended the District’s proposal and approved a single year increase to $7 per parcel (+ $.07/acre) rate for 2019.

  • Looking ahead to 2020, the District is proposing a single year increase to $8 per parcel (+ $.08/acre).

For greater details about our plans, please check out the 5-Year Plan Highlights.


Notice of Public Meeting by Snohomish Conservation District

The Snohomish Conservation District Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Meeting from 6:00 PM – 7 PM on April 16, 2019 at the District office, 528 91st Ave NE, Lake Stevens, WA, to present and take public comment on the District’s proposed Rates and Charges proposal, pursuant to Chapter 89.08 Revise Code of Washington.

Contact Person: Monte Marti, (425) 377-7001, or monte@snohomishcd.org


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Events and Meetings

Public comment is always welcome at our monthly board meetings held on the third Tuesday. You can find the meeting schedule on our District Business page.