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Invitation from Mayor Nicola Smith

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Mayor Smith Invites You to Be Engaged...and Welcomes You To Her Office!

Lynnwood is a vibrant, welcoming community, where you will find arts and culture, parks and trails, higher education and a great entrepreneurial spirit. Our diverse population is actively engaged in shaping the city's progress as a leading marketplace of business and commerce; and is a perfect place to call home. Lynnwood is truly a community with -a great deal more!

Your thoughts, ideas, and concerns are not only important to me, but also to our professional staff members, and our dedicated City Council Members. I invite you to let your voice be heard to make sure that the great City of Lynnwood is the best that it can be. I'm inviting you to be a part of making Lynnwood flourish!

Wednesday Afternoon Citizen Engagement
Each Wednesday afternoon from 4:00-5:00 pm, I'm opening my office door to you. If you want a chance to chat with me about your thoughts, ideas or concerns, please contact my assistant to schedule an appointment at 425-670-5001 or by email atmwojewodzki@lynnwoodwa.gov

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.

Lynnwood Tree

Lynnwood's Community Tree

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 trunks represent 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
  • 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.

How to Contact the Mayor's Office:

Mayor Nicola Smith

Executive Assistant

Art Ceniza, Assistant City Administrator