Lynnwood's Community Tree
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
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This beautiful painting, by Theresa Poalucci, was given to Mayor Smith in 2006. This painting now hangs in Mayor Smith's office as a symbol of the Lynnwood community.
The tree roots represent the core of the city - its infrastructure and backbone.
The tree trunk represents the programs and services of our 12 departments:
- Administrative Services
- Community Development
- Economic Development
- Executive Office
- Human Resources
- Fire Department
- Municipal Courts
- Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts
- Police Department
- Public Works Department
- Elected and Appointed Officials
- And our Volunteers
The tree canopy represents our flourishing community, our vibrant and engaged residents, business owners, and partners, and our overall quality of life!
Sustainability at Work
The desk in Mayor Smith's office was made entirely from re-purposed and recycled materials. The file and desk cabinets were re-painted and came from prior City Hall offices. The desk legs came from Lynnwood Library furniture that was re-finished and re-painted during their renovation last summer.
The beautiful hemlock desktop was hand-crafted by the Building and Property Services crew from a tree that stood outside of the Mayor's office prior to the 2009 remodel of City Hall.