1. Splash Pad at Haller Park Opens Friday, May 24

    The Splash Pad at Haller Park will open at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 24. Read on...
  2. Invitation: Panel discussion on Embedded Social Worker program May 28

    Join us for an update on the Embedded Social Worker program that has been in place for one year. Read on...
  3. Spring Cleanup Scheduled for June 8th

    Got stuff and you want to get rid of it? June 8 is your chance! The City of Arlington will once again host the Spring Cleanup event on Saturday, June 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Arlington Airport (188th Street entrance). Read on...
  4. Arlington Update E-newsletter is now available!

  5. Temporary Change in Finance Department Hours

    Finance Department will be closed from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. for lunch from Monday, April 8 through Friday, May 31. Read on...
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  1. Thu May 23

    Patent Basics: From Filing to Enforcement Are you an inventor or innovator who has invented a process or a product? Are you wondering if you should patent it? If yes, then this talk is for you! Dwayne Rogge, Patent Agent at Schacht Law Office, will share what is required to get a patent. Learn how much it is likely to cost and how long it takes. Dwayne will answer your questions and explain the process. Filing a patent application for your invention may seem overwhelming, but it’s achievable. The USPTO issued 338,072 patents in ...
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  2. Mon May 27

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  3. Tue May 28

    Invitation: Panel Discussion on Embedded Social Worker program May 28 Marysville and Arlington-area residents and businesses are invited to a panel discussion on Tuesday, May 28, about the status of the Embedded Social Worker program in north Snohomish County. This partnership between Snohomish County and the cities of Arlington and Marysville debuted a year ago in spring 2018 to help address neighborhood impacts of crime-related transient behavior. Elected officials, law enforcement, social programs and local businesses will report on the program’s status, suc...
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