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Art & Beautification Board

Art and Beautification Board Vacancies

Sign up to be notified when vacancies occur on the Art/Beautification Advisory Board.  This Board advises the City Council on the following matters:

1.   Special events and projects to enhance the aesthetics and beauty within the residential and business areas of the City;

2.   Utilization of the municipal art fund;

3.   Selection, acquisition and placement of artwork for the City.

An email will be sent to you when a vacancy occurs invit


City Digital Newsletter

City Properties: Dobson, Remillard, Church and Cook site (DRCC site)

The City has an exciting opportunity to address future community needs. Over the last 15 years, the City of Mill Creek has acquired four parcels north of the Mill Creek Sports Park.

The site is bounded on the east by SR527 (Bothell-Everett Highway) and on the west by North Creek Drive and the North Creek Trail.  During city planning discussions, the parcels have been referred to as the “DRCC” properties, an acronym formed by the names of the former owners of each parcel (Dobson, Remillard, Church and Cook site). 

The City needs your input: What does the community lack, and what facilities could be placed here to address those unmet needs? Potential ideas for the sites include: recreation, entertainment, education, commerce, or municipal uses.

If you are interested in participating in surveys or community workshops to define the future of this project, please sign up for our DRCC email list.


Civic Service Commission

CUBES Self-Storage BSP
  The Binding Site Plan application proposes the construction of an approximate 90,400 square foot, three-story self-storage facility with associated parking areas, utility infrastructure, landscaping, stormwater facilities, and frontage improvements on the 3.60 acre parcel.  

Design Review Board Vacancies

Economic Development Outreach

Mill Creek Boulevard Subarea Plan

The City Council has directed staff to work with a Steering Committee appointed by the Council and a consultant hired by the City (Otak Engineering) to prepare a Subarea Plan for the Mill Creek Boulevard subarea.  The subarea is approximate 190 acres in size and is situated generally between the Town Center on the north and just south of 164th Street SE on the south.  The purpose of the subarea plan is to prepare for the eventual redevelopment of the Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor, which is an important north-south transportation corridor located in the heart of Mill Creek.  Subscribe to this newsletter if you would like to receive periodic updates on the project and notification of upcoming public meetings and workshops when they are scheduled.


Park Board Vacancies

Parks and Rec

Planning Commission Vacancies