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Looking for somethign fun to do this afternoon? The Parks and Recreation department are opening up the spray pad this afternoon, May 26, 2017 between the hours of 1-4pm for both the enjoyment of the community and for the parks department to watch and take notes on what adjustments we need to make with the different spray elements.
There are still “punch list” items on this project that we are working on, but we are eager to see kids enjoying the spray pad.
We thank you for your support.

SAVE THE DATE for the grand opening / ribbon cutting on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 4pm. More details on this event will follow.
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We will be testing the new spray pad at Storvik over the next few weeks in order to get it ready for the Grand Opening on June 21. If you see us working on it, just ask if your kids can jump in and p...

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There will be no garbage service on Monday, May 29th, 2017. We will collect both Monday and Tuesday customers on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017.

Please have your garbage totes out for pick up by 7:00 a.m. Extra garbage must be placed in city pre-paid bags.

Waste Management will follow our schedule for recycling and yard waste pickup.
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The Anacortes water treatment plant intake pump station is getting an upgrade. The screens that were installed in 1969 are being replaced over the next couple weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Heart Lake Rd. Update

Heart Lake Road is closed for repair work from Erie Mountain Drive to Lake Erie Drive.

For access to Heart Lake parking lot, trailheads, Ray Auld Drive and trailhead parking, and Erie Mountain Drive:

From 41st Street and H Avenue, continue south on H Avenue, which becomes Heart Lake Road.

From Rosario Road / Campbell Lake Road (Lake Erie Grocery), follow the detour signs indicating west on Rosario Road, bear right onto Marine Wye, bear right onto Marine Drive, continuing on Havekost Road, then right turn onto 41st Street, to H Avenue, right turn at the barricades, continue south on H Avenue, which becomes Heart Lake Road.

There is a Detour Route Map available at Lake Erie Grocery.

The southern trailhead to Mt Erie (north of Lake Erie Grocery) is accessible to vehicles.

Watch for loose gravel and rough pavement on Heart Lake Road.

This road closure is estimated for two weeks, due to weather and the availability of the paving contractor.
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Prep for storm Clear rain gutters. Rake 🍂🍁🍂 away from storm drains. Secure water drainage away from property and 🏡. – Original Post

8 months ago

1:00 p.m. Today residents near Anacortes High School asked to discontinue water usage for 15 min due to a “Fire Flow” test at AHS. – Original Post

8 months ago

No garbage on Monday, 9/5. Monday & Tuesday customers collected on Tuesday, 9/6.
?’s call 293-1921 – Original Post

9 months ago

#cranberrylakefire Fire 95% contained. DNR Staff mopping area for hot spots. Trail system remains closed. – Original Post

9 months ago

Paving Update. 32nd St grinding finishing up today. Thursday work will begin on preleveling D Ave. No work scheduled Friday – Monday. – Original Post

9 months ago

32nd & D Paving project is underway. Prep work this week, paving next week. Thanks for your patience! – Original Post

9 months ago

Lakeside Industries will be paving 5th St from Commercial to R Ave beginning today. The work is expected to be finished tomorrow evening. – Original Post

9 months ago

Welch Brothers Construction, Inc. will be working on emergency sewer repair on M Avenue between 19th and 20th Street thru 8/31. – Original Post

9 months ago

A ban on recreational fires is in effect for the City of Anacortes. All
burn permits previously issued are temporarily suspended. – Original Post

9 months ago

Anacortes Public Works Stats

20 Million Gallons

of water consumed daily

51,000 Gallons

of road striping paint

85.8 Miles

of sidewalk

160.1 Miles

of water main