Winter Weather is possible in Mukilteo throughout the week of November 28th.
Mukilteo Public Works maintain 67 miles of streets and strive to make major roads as accessible as possible for drivers by providing 24-hour snow plowing and sanding during severe weather. The City owns and operates six snow and sanding vehicles; we also contract with Snohomish County for application of de-icer on our streets. City crews will start plowing when snow depths reach 1-2 inches on the road and the snow appears to be accumulating. The Police Department monitors street conditions and alerts Public Works for areas that need special attention. We also encourage the public to call 425.263.8000, FIX IT, to report non-urgent snow plowing needs.
City streets are plowed on the following priority basis:
- Arterials and steep roads such as SR-525, Paine Field Blvd., Harbour Pointe Blvd., 5th Street, Beverly Park Road, Harbour Heights Parkway, 84th Street SW, 76th Street SW and the stair step area from Goat Trail Road to 76th Street SW.
- Chennault Beach Drive, Central Drive, Kay Way, 62nd Place W, 64th Place W, Saint Andrews Drive, and 44th Avenue W.
- Residential street clearing/sanding
The Public Works Department in conjunction with the Mukilteo Police Department may close a roadway as a result of hazardous snow and/or icy conditions. Barricading and signing for road closures shall be done in accordance with the “Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
- Give snowplows plenty of room to work. Do not tailgate and if you must pass, take extreme caution and beware of the displaced snow, and ice, and sand when the sander is on.
- Keep drainage inlets near your home clear of leaves and debris during the winter months to help reduce the chance of flooding.