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Surface Water Program Coordinator
City of Mill Creek

Posted: 03-Sep-21

Location: Mill Creek, Washington

Type: Full Time

Preferred Education: 4 Year Degree

Salary: $70,852 - $93,236


Civil - Water / Wastewater
Civil Engineering

Years of Experience:

2 - 4
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About City of Mill Creek
THE COMMUNITY Situated in Snohomish County approximately 20 miles north of Seattle and 10 miles south of Everett, the City of Mill Creek, Washington, is a picturesque community nestled just inland from the Puget Sound, north of Lake Washington, and west of the Cascade Mountains. Initially developed as a golf course community in a densely wooded area and incorporated in 1983, Mill Creek (pop. 20,590, 4.6 sq. mil.) is exceptionally well-planned and offers a hometown atmosphere with many of the amenities of urban living. Mill Creek is a vibrant, safe, and family-friendly community where residents enjoy active lifestyles without all the big city commotion. The City provides many opportunities to enjoy sports and the great outdoors. Parks and trails are a hallmark of the city with over 43 acres of parks and 23 miles of nature trails. Mill Creek enjoys 10 neighborhood parks, as well as a Sports Park, featuring a skate park and a ballfield for Little League and youth soccer. The City offers recreation services, classes and special events designed to serve the active and passive recreation needs of our community.
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