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Approval authorities for scrap metal businesses: Snohomish County

Approval by local authorities required

Before you apply for a scrap metal business license, your completed Scrap Metal License Addendum must be approved by local authorities. If your business will be in:

  • A city or town, it must be approved by that city or town.
  • An unincorporated area of the county, it must be approved by that county.

If no approving authority is listed for your city or county, contact your local city hall or county courthouse to ask about scrap metal business approval.

Who to contact

To find your approval authority, choose the first letter of the city or county where your business will be located:

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

A

Arlington


Paul Ellis, Community & Economic Development Director

E

Edmonds


Scott Passey, City Clerk

Everett


Brad Williams, Detective

Kevin Fagerstrom, Code Enforcement Manager

Steve Ingalsbe, Planner

Gerry Ervine, Land Use Manager

G

Granite Falls


Darla Reese, City Clerk

L

Lake Stevens


Kathy Pugh, City Clerk

Becky Ableman, Planning Director

Lynnwood


Steve Rider, Investigations Commander

M

Marysville


Chris Holland, Planning Manager

Mill Creek


Tom Rogers, Director of Community Development

Christi Amrine, Senior Planner

Camille Chriest, Senior Planner

Monroe


Ken Ginnard, Deputy Chief

Mukilteo


Linda Ritter, Assistant Planner

Glen Pickus, Senior Planner

S

Snohomish County


Ryan Countryman, Supervisor-PDS Planning

Stanwood


Rick Hawkins, Police Chief

Rebecca Lind, Community Development

Kevin Hushagen, Public Works Director

Greg Thramer, Finance Director

Sultan


Robert C. Martin, Director of Community Development

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