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236th Avenue Northeast Safety Improvement  Project

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is making safety improvement and environmental enhancements along a 1.2 mile corridor of 236th Avenue NE in Snohomish County, Washington. Featuring roadway and environmental improvements between 13 Avenue and 35th Avenue NE, the project will make the roadway safer for all users.

Herald Net Story: Stillaguamish Tribe supports Arlington High School

Seattle Times Story: Chasing a Memory: In California, orcas and salmon have become so scarce people have forgotten what once was. Will the Northwest be next?

Stillaguamish Tribal Chairman Shawn Yanity in Reclaiming the Stillaguamish Video included in the Seattle Times Story: Chasing a Memory

WDFW Commission: No power to act on elk proposal

August 28, 2019 - Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians Public Hearing Child Care Development Plan

Child Care and Development Fund for Tribe