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Business licenses are required if your place of business is within the City limits. Refer to www.monroewa.gov/bl. Contact Amy Bright at (360) 863-4533 or email@example.com with Business Licensing Questions.
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Electric: PUD (425) 783-1000; Natural Gas: Puget Sound Energy (888) 225-5773; Solid Waste: Republic Services (800) 942-5965
Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF), (800) 832-5452
Monroe Municipal Court, 806 W. Main Street, Monroe, WA 98272. (360) 863-4548
Yes. Licenses for dogs and cats are available HERE with proof of rabies vaccination. There is a $15 annual fee for each altered pet (spayed/neutered), and a $30 annual fee for each unaltered pet. Contact the PD—(360) 794-6300.
Yes, with a permit. Contact Amy Bright at (360) 863-4533 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail-in forms are available at the School District Office, the Library, and at the Fire Department.
Information about City job openings can be obtained HERE, on Comcast channel 21, or by calling Human Resources at (360) 863-4523.
Call Public Works at (360) 794-6100 during regular business hours, or go online HERE. Call 911 after normal business hours to report any situation that is an emergency such as a fallen or missing STOP sign.
Call Snohomish County PUD at (425) 783-1000 during regular business hours. You will need to provide the address of the pole and the pole number.
Yes. A fence permit is required. Information and applications can be found HERE. Please contact Leigh Anne Barr, Permit Technician at email@example.com for information on the process. There is no charge for a fence permit.