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Thank you to the citizen who stopped his car in the 2600 block of Commercial Ave. this morning to pick up the American flag that had blown into the street. As I approched I could see the cars ahead o...

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Incident Commander Bruce Hanna of the Department of Natural Resources converses with Mayor Gere and other City of Anacortes and Friends of the Forest representatives on a tour of areas affected by the...

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Paving Delay on 32nd Street between D and M Avenues

Due to the identified change in the weather later this week, Lakeside Industries will be paving 32nd Street between D Avenue and M Avenue when the weather forecast improves. It is anticipated that it will be moved to next week.
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The City of Anacortes received regonition as a silver recipient of the Health at Work Award, sponsored by ComPsych. Congrats wellness team! ... See MoreSee Less

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

17 hours ago

#littlecranberryfire sunset. Photo courtesy of Eddie Murdock. https://t.co/gVVkSj7SR0 – Original Post

3 days ago

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

6 days ago

Anacortes Public Works Stats

125.2 Miles

of paved streets and/or roads

2 Dams

owned/operated by the city

6992

Garbage customers

8

New stop signs downtown