Northwest NEWS

October 21, 2002

Local News

City Services Guide available to residents

WOODINVILLE - Not sure which City department is responsible for business registration? Looking to reserve a park shelter or athletic field? Want to learn how to become involved in local government? "Your Guide to Services, Citizen Participation and Living in Woodinville" has these answers and more.
   The guide contains information about the various governmental services and amenities available to city residents and businesses.
   Guides are available at City Hall, 17301 133rd Avenue NE, and the Woodinville Community Center, 17401 133rd Avenue NE, during regular office hours.
   "This publication is complete with information about city programs, services and ways people can engage themselves with their government," notes Communications Coordinator, Marie Stake. "It's a great resource."
   Information includes description of city departments and phone numbers, parks and facilities and detail description of services and programs. Additional features include an area map, a citizen involvement section, a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) section, and narratives about major public decision making processes and goals that help plan for Woodinville's future.
   Safety programs and service information, including a disaster preparedness checklist are also included.
   For more information, contact Marie Stake, City of Woodinville, (425) 877-2267.