City of Woodinville City Hall

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<p>In 1871, the Woodin family built a homestead on 160-acres along the Sammamish River, thus founding what was to become Woodinville. The City of Woodinville became incorporated in 1993. Today, more than 10,000 people live in the city. The city is known for its good schools and low crime rate. Woodinville is still in transition from its rural roots to a city of commuters. The city is developing a plan to revitalize downtown.</p>
<p><strong>City Governance: </strong>The seven-member council meets on the first, second and third Tuesday of the month. Meetings that fall on holidays are rescheduled to the next working day. Meetings begin at 7pm and are televised two days later on Comcast channel 21. Meetings can also be viewed two days later on the city's Web site.</p> <p>The city manager works at the direction of the council to oversee day to day running of city business. The mayor is chosen among the council members and serves a two-year term.</p> <p><strong>City Hall: </strong>City hall is located on 133rd, next to the Carol Edwards Community Center. Most city services are headquartered at city hall or in nearby offices.</p>
17301 133rd Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072
(425) 489-2700
  • Fax: 425-489-2705
  • Accessibility Details: Access by ramp
  • Hours: By appointment
  • Hours: Mon - Thu, 7:30am - 5pm; Fri, 7:30am - 4pm
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