Veterans Services & Programs

Veteran Standing at Memorial Day Event

Mayor Nicola Smith and the City Council are committed to making Lynnwood  a veterans-supportive and ready city. The discussion began with a Veterans Services Round Table in 2015, when a diverse group of services providers gathered to collaborate, share resources and figure out a way to provide better services to our nation’s heroes. Through dedicated volunteers and great partnerships, here are the programs and services proudly available today to serve our nation’s heroes.

All these grass roots services continue to grow. It is with great pride and honor to say that Lynnwood is a Veterans-Supportive and Ready city where our nation’s heroes can live, work, educate, recreate – and thrive!

WHAT: Staffed by local professionals available to assist with referrals in medical and employment assistance, career transitions, and more.

WHEN: Every Tuesday and the 1st Wednesday of each 
month from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

WHERE: Verdant Wellness Center, 4710 196th ST SW, Lynnwood

 

WHAT: A monthly gathering to focus on outreach, interaction and welfare among our Veterans community.

WHEN: Last Tuesday of each month 
from 9:00 am – 1:30 pm

WHERE: The Verdant Wellness Center, 4710 196th ST SW, Lynnwood

  

WHAT: A weekly gathering that gives veterans a chance to connect and visit with others who have served.

WHEN:
Tuesdays from 
11:00 am – 12:00 pm

WHERE:
Lynnwood Senior Center, 19000 – 44th Ave W

 

WHAT: A place to share history, stories and meet each other. Rotating historic artifacts and displays are featured.

WHEN:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays 10:00am - 4:00pm

WHERE:
The museum is located in the Wickers Building at Heritage Park, 19921 
Poplar Way, Lynnwood

 

WHAT: Annual celebratory events hosted in partnership with the Veterans of Foreign War Post 1040, Edmonds Community College Veterans Support Center, and many others to honor and celebrate our nation’s heroes.

WHEN: These events are hosted annually on Memorial Day and Veterans Day

WHERE:
Lynnwood's Veterans Park

 

WHAT: City of Lynnwood adopted the United States Navy Ship William Sampson (DDG-102) to support community relationships between sailors and Lynnwood residents during community events, celebrations, and holidays. Lynnwood residents also have the opportunity to host sailors for holiday family meals.

WHEN: During community events, celebrations and holidays

WHERE: Naval Station Everett is located at 2000 West Marine View Drive, Everett WA, however events would be hosted locally in Lynnwood.

WHAT: The City of Lynnwood has been selected as the future of the next Gold Star Families Memorial Monument, which serves to honor the families of servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the US military.

WHEN: To be determined.

WHERE: Veterans Park located adjacent to the Civic Campus on the corner of 44th Ave West and Veterans Way (194th St SW).