The City of Lynnwood is committed to providing timely and accurate information and resources related to the Coronavirus / COVID-19.
Due to the concern of rising COVID case rates in Snohomish County, the Lynnwood City Council has made the decision to host meeting through remote options only until further notice. The City of Lynnwood is working to improve technology in the Council Chambers to be able to offer an in-person and remote option for viewing and participating in City Council Meetings, while also adhering to social distancing and other safety precautions. The public is invited to watch meetings online or to phone-in to listen to the meeting.
All City Council Meetings are available to watch via LiveStream, through Zoom, or by calling-in. Individuals wishing to give a public comment during Council Business Meetings and/or Public Hearings need to connect via Zoom or by calling in and pressing *9 to raise your hand.
Connect via Zoom
To join the meeting via phone, callers dial 1-253-215-8782, and enter meeting ID of 836 2657 6445.
The public is invited to provide public comment to the Council during business meetings. There are two options to provide your public comment: live during a Business Meeting, or submitted via the Public Comment form.
Submit a Public Comment
When in-person meetings resume, parking and meeting rooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. Upon reasonable notice to the City Clerk's Office, the City will make reasonable effort to accommodate those who need special assistance to access the City Council Meetings.
The Council Chambers are located inside of City Hall at 19100 44th Ave W, Lynnwood WA, 98036.
watch live and view Past Meetings:
Watch Council Meetings live and view past meeting agendas, minutes and video.
Questions on City Council Meetings or Agendas? Email citycouncil@LynnwoodWA.gov or call 425-670-5011.
View upcoming and past Board and Commission meetings, agendas and minutes.
Board & Commission Meetings
For questions about Council Meetings or Agendas email citycouncil@LynnwoodWA.gov or call 425-670-5011.