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Snohomish County *

Snohomish County is divided at the Stillaguamish River into two Waste Management service areas:

Snohomish County - South of the Stillaguamish River

Including:
  • Brier
  • Edmonds  (North of Lake Ballinger)
  • Gold Bar
  • Lynnwood (East of Hwy 99)
  • South Everett
    - South of 112th St SE (magenta & blue on map)
    - Eastmont
    - Silver Lake (Including the 75th Street overpass)
  • Unincorporated areas south of the Stillaguamish River
North Snohomish County

Unincorporated areas north of the Stillaguamish River between Stanwood and Darrington


Links to service inside other area cities:
Arlington
Darrington
Granite Falls
Lake Stevens Marysville
Mill Creek
Mountlake Terrace
Mukilteo
Stanwood


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For Information Call:
1-800-592-9995
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Service Alerts

Women Behind the Wheel


The women recycling and garbage truck drivers who serve Snohomish County communities are role models for girls who dream of working outdoors.

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Waste Management Puget Sound RSA Report - 2016

Waste Management Puget Sound RSA Report - 2016

In 2016, Waste Management, King and Snohomish Counties again partnered on innovative projects and programs with the goal of raising residential recycling rates.

Click here to find out more about this collaboration.




Household Hazardous Waste
Drop-Off Station
3434 McDougall Avenue, Everett

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Información sobre recolección de reciclaje, basura y desechos de comida / jardín

Información sobre recolección de reciclaje, basura y desechos de comida / jardín




Collection Guidelines

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