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Mukilteo Facility Use Agreement and Application

Please note: This reservation form is NOT to reserve a classroom at Rosehill Community Center. To reserve a room at Rosehill click here.

How to Reserve a Room at City Hall or the Chamber of Commerce Building

Mukilteo City Hall

Thank you for your interest in reserving one of our public rooms at Mukilteo City Hall, located at 11930 Cyrus Way, Mukilteo or the Chamber of Commerce Building located at 4902 76th Street SW, Mukilteo.  All City facilities can be reserved in advance, and are equipped with tables and chairs. Restroom facilities are conveniently located within a few steps, and no access to the City’s electronic equipment is allowed.   Per Council Resolution 2019-11, Reservations are only accepted for the current month and two calendar months in advance.  For example, on September 15, rooms may be reserved through November 30.  The applicant must be at least 18 years old.

Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce

If you are reserving a room at City Hall for use after business hours, the contact must make arrangements to come into City Hall and pick up a special key/wrench that is programmed to allow entrance into the building only during those hours specified on the application and unlock the main entrance doors. You must make your own arrangements with the Chamber of Commerce; call (425) 347-1456 for more information.

Please give us 5 business days to respond to your request.  Your application may be subject to state public records inspection laws if not protected by other state or federal law.

The City has a new Facilities Use Policy and we strongly recommend that you review it prior to completing an application.  You may be required to upload a copy of your liability insurance policy. Users must agree to our nondiscrimination disclosure.

Adopt-a-Street Program

If your organization is interested in participating in the City’s new “Adopt-a-Street Program,” you can learn how to become “Ambassadors” and help keep Mukilteo green and beautiful!



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