In January, the City of Carnation lost a great champion with the passing of Councilmember Fred Bereswill. He loved Carnation and gave freely of his time and talents to make Carnation a better place. To celebrate his contributions, the Carnation City Council has proclaimed February 16th as Mr. Fred’s Day in memory of Councilmember Bereswill.
Please join us on Thursday, February 15th from 3:30pm to 5:30 pm at City Hall to celebrate Mr. Fred. We will have cake and punch and the Fred Bereswill Day Proclamation will be read at 4:30pm. Guests are welcome to say a few words about Fred that will be recorded (if you wish) and aired on Valley Radio 103.1 Carnation Currents. We hope to see you there.
The City of Carnation is seeking applications from citizens interested in serving the remainder of the term for Carnation City Council Position No. 1, which expires in December 2019. Eligible applicants must be a registered voter and have resided within the Carnation city limits for at least one year. Applications for appointment must be received at Carnation City Hall no later than 4:30 PM on Thursday, March 1, 2018.
The City of Carnation is accepting applications from citizens interested in serving on the Carnation Planning Board. Eligible applicants must be a resident within the Carnation city limits or the Urban Growth Area, or be a Carnation business owner/operator that lives within the greater Carnation area. Applications are requested by December 1, 2017.
Choose which design elements you would like to see in Hockert Park! This is your chance to vote for your favorite play equipment options. Please complete the linked survey to tell us what your kids will enjoy the most. The survey is completely anonymous, and will be open until October 27th.
You are invited to meet and greet the finalists for Carnation's City Manager position in an informal social setting. Please join us on Thursday, September 7, 2017, between 7:00 and 8:30 PM at the Sno-Valley Senior Center, 4610 Stephens Avenue.
King County Road Services Division initiated an emergency closure of Tolt Hill Bridge 1834A where Northeast Tolt Hill Road crosses the Snoqualmie River, west of Carnation. Tolt Hill Bridge 1834A fully closed to traffic at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 16, 2017, and will remain closed for an indefinite period of time. No dates have been set yet for repair work or reopening the bridge. Detours are posted for motorists. Please visit the Tolt Hill Bridge 1834A Emergency Closure webpage for a detour map, closure and repair updates, and to sign up for emails or text alerts. www.kingcounty.gov/toltbridge