As we start and plan for a new year, we briefly look back at what it was we just started or accomplished, and move forward with confidence. The very best of Woodinville is its people. The citizens who live here, the people who work here, the people who come to Woodinville to shop or the people who visit and stay for just a moment. They make up what we know to be a thriving and desirable place to be.

We are proud of the work that is being done in this great city. There is much to look forward to in the upcoming year. Groundbreaking, new businesses, a new mural in the heart of town, new forested trails, more wine, festivals, more family-oriented events, new Teatro Zinzanni shows, and much more.

We are grateful for the businesses and people who decide to make Woodinville their home. We care about the needs of the people, we are aware of many of the concerns and worries of the people, we understand the need for more affordable housing, and are committed to responding to all of this.

In short, we want the community to know that we care about the PEOPLE who make up Woodinville. We are committed to representing the needs of the people and we are planning for the very best future for Woodinville.

Council meetings are open to the public. We encourage you to come and hear what we are discussing and you are always welcome to make a statement during the public comments section of the meeting.

Mayor Elaine Cook

Deputy Mayor Gary Harris

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