It may be necessary for you to request a copy of a fire or aid report. Public Records Requests are made through the City Clerk's office at City Hall or using the form on the Public Records Requests webpage.
We are continually working to monitor and improve the services we provide. We welcome any feedback you have which may improve our services to the public. If you would like to provide feedback, you may do so at our Customer Satisfaction Survey. Your responses will be reviewed and addressed.
Please see the City's current Outdoor Burn Policy
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency monitors air quality and issues burn bans for the Puget Sound area. Current burn ban status can be found on the Puget Sound Clean Air homepage. If you have questions or concerns related to a potential illegal burn or air quality in your area, you may visit the Air Quality Complaint Center for further information and directions.
Motor vehicle crashes are the single largest cause of child fatalities in the country. Proper child seat safety can reduce the risk of injury or death by 70%. Conscientious parents make sure their children are in child car seats. However, 80-90% of those seats do not adequately protect the children riding in them due to improper installation. Protection can be compromised in several ways, including:
The wrong seat is used for the child's age, weight and height, or for that vehicle.
A seat isn't installed in the car correctly.
A child isn't properly secured in the seat.
The Lynnwood Police Department offers car seat installation inspections every other Wednesday from noon to 8pm at the police station. Five technicians are nationally certified to help parents and caregivers learn how to safely install the child seats in their own vehicles. Appointments generally last 30-45 minutes, since parent education and involvement is a primary goal. It is best to have the child present, and to bring your vehicle owner's manual and child seat instructions (if you have them).
You may schedule an appointment by calling 425-670-5710. Citations will be issued when children are not restrained in age- and size-appropriate car seats. The police department will loan videos and give away literature to help parents understand the scope of the problem and the solutions.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 425-670-5710 or via e-mail at Lwellington@ci.lynnwood.wa.us
City of Lynnwood
19100 44th Ave W
PO Box 5008
Lynnwood WA 98046-5008
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