Resolution Table

2018

528Res. 528 PDF

Rejects Bids for City Hall Improvements Project

527Res. 527 PDF

Ratifies Local Agency Agreement with Washington State Department of Transportation

526Res. 526 PDF

Declares Vacancy in Council Position No. 7

525Res. 525 PDF

Rejects Bid for City Hall Improvements Project

524Res. 524 PDF

Approves Downtown Vision and Illustrative Guide

523Res. 523 PDF

Adopts 2019-2024 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program

522Res. 522 PDF

Woodinville Civic Campus Purchase and Sale Agreement and Development Agreement

521Res. 521 PDF

Adopts Updated ICMA-RC 457 Deferred Compensation Plan

520Res. 520 PDF

Ratifies Update to WRIA 8 Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan

519Res. 519 PDF

Accepts Donation for Treehouse Component of DeYoung Park

518Res. 518 PDF

Adopts Fee Schedule

517Res. 517 PDF

Accepts Water Fountain Donation

516Res. 516 PDF

Accepts Donation for Treehouse Component of DeYoung Park

515Res. 515 PDF

Funds Affordable Housing Projects

514Res. 514 PDF

Adopts Investment Policies

513Res. 513 PDF

2018-2019 Council Appointments Including Northshore Parks & Recreation Service Area

2017

512Res. 512 PDF

Emergency for Reestablishing the Ditch Line along Woodinville-Redmond Road

511Res. 511 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2018

510Res. 510 PDF

Adopting Public Defense Standards

509Res. 509 PDF

2018 City Fees

508Res. 508 PDF

Adopts City Council Rules of Procedure

507Res. 507 PDF

Employee, Elected Official, and Appointee Recognition Policies

506Res. 506 PDF

Recruitment and Relocation Expense Policies

505Res. 505 PDF

Food and Beverage Business Expenses - Non Travel

504Res. 504 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2018-2023

503Res. 503 PDF

Emergency Street Repair of Failed Pavement at 1) 15700 Block of NE 175th Street, 2) 15600 Block of NE 195th Street and, 3) 15600 Block of NE 198th Street

502Res. 502 PDF

Emergency Repair Embankment Slope 12400 Block of NE Woodinville Drive

501Res. 501 PDF

2016 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 18454

500Res. 500 PDF

Information Services Policies

499Res. 499 PDF

Declaring Surplus

498Res. 498 PDF

Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, Repealing Resolution No.453

497Res. 497 PDF

Revised Travel Policies

496Res. 496 PDF

Donation of a Sculpture from Woodin Creek Village Associates, LLC

495Res. 495 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

494Res. 494 PDF

Northshore Parks & Recreation Service Area Alternate Representative

2016

493Res. 493 PDF

Adopting the Regional Coordination Framework for Disasters and Planned Events in King County

492Res. 492 PDF

Clarifying Property Tax Levy for 2017

491Res. 491 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2017

490Res. 490 PDF

2017 City Fees

489Res. 489 PDF

In Support of Economic Development Grant from the Port of Seattle

488Res. 488 PDF

Setting Hearing Date for 148th Avenue NE & NE Woodinville Duvall and NE North Woodinville Way Intersection Right-of-Way Vacation

487Res. 487 PDF

Update and Reaffirmation of the City's Wellness Program Policy

486Res. 486 PDF

Rejecting 2016 Catch Basin Cleaning Project Bids

485Res. 485 PDF

Emergency Street Repair Embankment Slope 13400 Block of NE 143rd Street

484Res. 484 PDF

Amending 2016 City Fees

483Res. 483 PDF

Supporting King County Zoning Code Enforcement, Increased Protections of Agricultural and Rural Lands In and Surrounding the Sammamish River Valley, and Supporting Transit Improvements in the Sammamish Valley and The City of Woodinville

482Res. 482 PDF

Confirming Appointment of Michael Lambo as Municipal Court Judge

481Res. 481 PDF

2016 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 2016-0101

480Res. 480 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2017-2022

479Res. 479 PDF

Community Grant Policies

478Res. 478 PDF

Amending the Human Services Grant Policy

477Res. 477 PDF

Amending Council's Rules of Procedures

476Res. 476 PDF

Amending 2016 City Fees

475Res. 475 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

474Res. 474 PDF

Adopting a Section 401 Profit Sharing Plan with ICMA

2015

473Res. 473 PDF

2016-2017 Council Appointments Including Northshore Parks & Recreation Service Area

472Res. 472 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2016

471Res. 471 PDF

2016 City Fees

470Res. 470 PDF

2015 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 18084

469Res. 469 PDF

Authorizing Employee to Act as City Manager

468Res. 468 PDF

Authorizing Contract with Prothman for Interim City Manager

467Res. 467 PDF

Rejecting 2015 Street Overlay-NE 175th resurfacing Project

466Res. 466 PDF

Amending 2015 City Fees

465Res. 465 PDF

Intent to Terminate King County District Court Services

464Res. 464 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2016-2021

463Res. 463 PDF

Declaring Certain Items Surplus and Providing Disposition of Them

462Res. 462 PDF

Dissolution of ESCA

461Res. 461 PDF

2015 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendments Under Ordinance No. 47951 and 17952

460Res. 460 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Out of Cycle 2015 Housing Trust Fund Recommendation

459Res. 459 PDF

Adopting Purchasing Policies and Repealing Resolution 344

2014

458Res. 458 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2015

457Res. 457 PDF

Regarding Proposed 2014 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment Under KC Ordinance 17861

456Res. 456 PDF

2015 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 440

455Res. 455 PDF

Adopt King County Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan

454Res. 454 PDF

Establishing An Annual Wayfinding Sign Program Fee

453Res. 453 PDF

Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan, Repealing Resolution No.371

452Res. 452 PDF

Regarding Proposed 2014 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment Under KC Ordinance 17783

451Res. 451 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Out of Cycle 2014 Housing Trust Fund Recommendation

450Res. 450 PDF

Washington Local Government Investment Pool

449Res. 449 PDF

Business License Fee for 2015

448Res. 448 PDF

Declaring a Vacancy in City Council Position No. 4

447Res. 447 PDF

Rescinding Resolution No. 414 Regarding UG Boundaries and Potential Annexation

446Res. 446 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

445Res. 445 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2015-2020

444Res. 444 PDF

Accepting Transfer from King County Conveyance of Woodin Creek Park

443Res. 443 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedures

442Res. 442 PDF

Declaring Certain Items Surplus and Providing Disposition of Them

436Res. 436 PDF

2014-2015 Council Appointments Including NPRSA

2013

441Res. 441 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2014

440Res. 440 PDF

2014 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 427

439Res. 439 PDF

AWC Employee Benefit Trust for a Health Care Program

438Res. 438 PDF

Declaring PW Emergency for Repair of a Retaining Wall

437Res. 437 PDF

Rejecting Bids for Island Landscape Project

436Res. 436 PDF

See Year 2014

435Res. 435 PDF

Renovation of the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse Intent to Reimburse Capital Expenditures

434Res. 434 PDF

Woodin Creek Village Development Agreement

433Res. 433 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2014-2019

432Res. 432 PDF

Right of Way Acquisition Procedures

431Res. 431 PDF

Authorizing Agreements with ARCH for the Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

429Res. 429 PDF

City Manager to Establish, Amend and Enforce Personnel Policies and Procedures

2012

430Res. 430 PDF

Downtown Streetscape Master Plan

429Res. 429 PDF

See Year 2013

428Res. 428 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2013

427Res. 427 PDF

2013 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 408

426Res. 426 PDF

Rejecting All Bids for Public Works Facility Renovations

425Res. 425 PDF

Revising Development Services Land Use Permit Fees

424Res. 424 PDF

Amending Public Defense Standards

423Res. 423 PDF

Expressing Concern of Wellington Hills Golf Course to Snohomish County Park

422Res. 422 PDF

Modifying ICMA-RC 457 Deferred Compensation Plan

421Res. 421 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedures

420Res. 420 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedures

419Res. 419 PDF

Rejecting All Bids for Miscellaneous Drainage Improvement Projects

418Res. 418 PDF

Accepting a Donation from Woodinville Rotary Club

417Res. 417 PDF

Woodinville Summer Concerts Condition Regarding Sale and Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages

416Res. 416 PDF

Temporary Construction Easement for the Sammamish River Bridge Widening Project

415Res. 415 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2013-2018

414Res. 414 PDF

Support of King County Potential Annexation Areas as Identified in Resolution No. 399

413Res. 413 PDF

2012-2014 Hotel Motel Spending Plan Fund

412Res. 412 PDF

Comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan dated December 2010 (65MB)

411Res. 411 PDF

Authorizing ARCH to Enter into Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

410Res. 410 PDF

See Year 2011

409Res. 409 PDF

2012-2013 Council Appointments Including NPRSA

2011

410Res. 410 PDF

Declaring Surplus Items and Disposition

409Res. 409 PDF

See year 2012

408Res. 408 PDF

2012 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 394

407Res. 407 PDF

Amending Policies, Procedures, and Fees for Use and Rental of City Park Facilities

406Res. 406 PDF

Comprehensive Plan Public Outreach Efforts

405Res. 405 PDF

Authorizing Bill of Sale Transferring Sewer Infrastructure to Woodinville Water District regarding Sammamish River Outfall project

404Res. 404 PDF

Approving FEMA's Optional Approach to ESA Compliance

403Res. 403 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2012-2017

402Res. 402 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2012

401Res. 401 PDF

North King and South Snohomish Counties Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan 2010

400Res. 400 PDF

Declaring Certain Items as Surplus

399Res. 399 PDF

Potential Annexation Areas in King County and Snohomish County

398Res. 398 PDF

King County Council District Boundaries

397Res. 397 PDF

Accepting a Sculpture Donation from Marlene Fricks’ Estate

396Res. 396 PDF

Accepting a Sculpture Donation from the Woodinville Garden Club

393Res. 393 PDF

City Manager Authority for Woodinville Duvall Rockery Wall Repair Project

2010

395Res. 395 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2011

394Res. 394 PDF

2011 City Fees Repealing Resolution No. 379

393Res. 393 PDF

See 2011

392Res. 392 PDF

Sports Field Rental Rates for 2011

391

Number Not Used

390Res. 390 PDF

Authorizing Agreements with ARCH for the Funding of Affordable Housing Projects

389Res. 389 PDF

Support of Regional Approach to Manage Jail Population

388Res. 388 PDF

Expressing Concerns Regarding the Brightwater Treatment Plant

387Res. 387 PDF

P&R Community Athletics Programs Non-Discrimination Policy and Increase Awareness of Potential Dangers

386Res. 386 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2011-2016

385Res. 385 PDF

Opposing 2010 King County Countywide Planning Policy Amendment

384Res. 384 PDF

Supporting Dual Rails and Trails Use of the Eastside Trail Corridor

383Res. 383 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedures

382Res. 382 PDF

Adopting Position on Northshore School District's Propositions 1, 2, and 371 - Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan dated August 2009

381Res. 381 PDF

Authorizing the Execution of a Bill of Sale to the Woodinville Water District

380Res. 380 PDF

Clarifying Membership of the Public Arts Advisory Committee

379Res. 379 PDF

2010 City Fees Amending Resolution No. 374

378Res. 378 PDF

Name Liz Aspen as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area and 2010-2011 Council Appointments

2009

377Res. 377 PDF

2009-2011 Hotel/Motel Spending Plan

376

Number Not Used

375Res. 375 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2010

374Res. 374 PDF

Amending 2009 City Fees

373Res. 373 PDF

Banking of Levy Capacity

372

Number Not Used

371Res. 371 PDF

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan dated August 2009

370Res. 370 PDF

Naming Five Park and Recreation Properties

369Res. 369 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2010-2015

368Res. 368 PDF

Declaring Surplus Items and Disposition

367Res. 367 PDF

Dedicating a Portion of 133rd Ave NE & Lands adjacent to NE 175th Street as a Public Right-of-Way

364Res. 364 PDF

Revised Development Services Fees, Repealing Resolution No. 357

2008

366Res. 366 PDF

Ratifying the Amended and Restated Woodinville MEBT dated January 1, 2008

365Res. 365 PDF

Rejecting Bid for 2008-2009 Snowplowing Services

364Res. 364 PDF

See Year 2009

363Res. 363 PDF

Establishing a Cost of Living Index for Revised Fire Code Permit Fees for 2009

362Res. 362 PDF

Designating the Official Newspaper for the Term January 1 through December 31, 2009

361Res. 361 PDF

Rescinding Award of Bid for City Hall Exterior Staining

360Res. 360 PDF

Amending Resolution No. 354 the Facility Use Policy

359Res. 359 PDF

Amending the Personnel Policies regarding Employee Holiday Benefits

358Res. 358 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2009-2014

357Res. 357 PDF

Establishing Revised Development Services Fees, Amending Resolution 241

356Res. 356 PDF

Authorizing the Bill of Sale for Transferring Water Infrastructure to Woodinville Water District

355Res. 355 PDF

Name Don Brocha as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area and 2008-2009 Council Appointments

354Res. 354 PDF

Amending the Facility Use Policy

353Res. 353 PDF

Amending the City's Recreation Scholarship Program

349Res. 349 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedures

347Res. 347 PDF

Adopting the Economic Development Strategic Action Plan

2007

352Res. 352 PDF

Adopting the Emergency Proclamation for the December 3,2007 Flooding

351Res. 351 PDF

Interlocal Agreement for School Resource Officer Services

350Res. 350 PDF

Amending 2008 City Fees (Park and Recreation Fees)

349Res. 349 PDF

See Year 2008

348Res. 348 PDF

Authorizing Grant Application for Sport Field Funding

347Res. 347 PDF

See Year 2008

346Res. 346 PDF

Amending E-Gov Alliance Agreement for Purchasing Portal

345Res. 345 PDF

Establish Revised Fire Code, Recreation, GIS and Public Records Services Fees

344Res. 344 PDF

Adopting Purchasing Policies and Repealing Resolution 292

343Res. 343 PDF

Declaring a Vacancy in City Council Position No. 5

342Res. 342 PDF

Setting Public Hearing Date for NE 145th Street Right-of-Way Vacation in Tourist District

341Res. 341 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2008-2013

340

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339Res. 339 PDF

Amending Council Rules of Procedure

338Res. 338 PDF

Adopting Additional Findings Concerning Ordinance 431

337

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336Res. 336 PDF

Support of Issuance of Non-Recourse Revenue Bond for Novelty Hill

335Res. 335 PDF

Supporting the Operation of the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train

334Res. 334 PDF

Establishing a 401 Deferred Compensation Money Purchase Plan with ICMA

333Res. 333 PDF

Establishing Policies and Commitments Addressing NPRSA Aquatics Facilities

332Res. 332 PDF

Adopting a New Collective Bargaining Agreement with Teamsters Local 117

331Res. 331 PDF

Setting Public Hearing Date for Hilltop Right-of-Way Vacation

330Res. 330 PDF

Revising the Policies and Procedures Relating to the Disposal of Surplus City Assets

2006

329Res. 329 PDF

Expressing Opposition to Initiative 933

328Res. 328 PDF

Adopting the National Incident Management System

327Res. 327 PDF

Naming of Waterways and Public Facilities

326Res. 326 PDF

Endorse King County's 10 Year Plan to end homelessness

325Res. 325 PDF

Adopt a Six-year Transportation Improvement Program for the Years 2007-2012

324Res. 324 PDF

Authorize an Application for Funding for a Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program

323Res. 323 PDF

Repealing Ordinance 297 and Ordinance 307 Which Adopted Design Layout of Garden Way

322Res. 322 PDF

Establish Fees for Residential Mailbox Installation on Public Right-of-Way

321

Number Not Used

320Res. 320 PDF

Hilltop Site Vacation of Right-of-Way Hearing Date

319Res. 319 PDF

Approve Amendments to the Mixed-Use Woodinville Village Project Development Agreement

318

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317Res. 317 PDF

Establish a Permanent Monument to the Woodinville Legacy of Carol Edwards

316Res. 316 PDF

Establish Revised Volunteer Policies and Procedures

315Res. 315 PDF

Support the Northshore School District Propositions 1, 2, and 3 Levies and the Capital Projects Bond for 02/07/2006

314Res. 314 PDF

Authorize the City to Make Pre-tax Payroll Deductions for Voluntary Employee Supplemental Insurance Coverage

313Res. 313 PDF

Name Don Brocha as the City Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area

2005

312Res. 312 PDF

Agreement Between City of Woodinville and Teamsters Local 117

311Res. 311 PDF

Establish Surface Water Management Fees for 2006

310Res. 310 PDF

Recognize and Acknowledge Robert R. Miller as a Member of the City Council

309Res. 309 PDF

Recognize and Acknowledge Michael Huddleston as a Member of the City Council

308Res. 308 PDF

Establish Revised Fire Code and Recreation Fees

307Res. 307 PDF

Adopt the Conceptual Design Street Layout of NE 173rd

306Res. 306 PDF

Authorize an Administrative Services Agreement with ICMA-RC for an Employee Health Savings Plan

305Res. 305 PDF

Authorize the City to Establish a Section 125 Premium Only Plan

304Res. 304 PDF

Repeal Resolution 295 Authorizing an Interfund Loan to the Civic Center Fund from the General Fund and Little Bear Creek Parkway Fund

303Res. 303 PDF

Oppose State Resolution 912

302Res. 302 PDF

Approve Development and Construction of the Woodinville Village Project

301Res. 301 PDF

Ratify the Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan

300Res. 300 PDF

Acknowledge the State Legislature Leadership in Passing the 2005 Transportation Revenue Package

299Res. 299 PDF

Reject All Bids for the Little Bear Creek 134th Ave NE Bridge

298Res. 298 PDF

Adopt the 2006-2011 Transportation Improvement Program

297Res. 297 PDF

Adopt a Conceptual Street Design for Garden Way

296

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295Res. 295 PDF

Authorize Interfund Loan to the Civic Center Fund from the General Fund and Little Bear Creek Parkway Fund; Without Interest; Requiring Repayment

294Res. 294 PDF

Recognize Shrader Sales, LLC as sole source vendor for recycled plastic lumber for Rotary Community Park Phase III, boardwalk & viewing platform construction

293Res. 293 PDF

Set Public Hearing Date to Consider Vacating Public Right-of-Way on 163rd Ave NE

292Res. 292 PDF

Adopt Purchasing Policies (Repeal Res. 270)

291Res. 291 PDF

Adopt the Non-Motorized Transportation Plan

290Res. 290 PDF

Approve an Interlocal Agreement for Mutual Assistance Concerning Building Permit Applications and inspections

289Res. 289 PDF

Establish Policies and Guidelines for the Strategic Budget Reserve Fund

288Res. 288 PDF

Create a Land Use Committee

2004

287Res. 287 PDF

Express Support for the Critical Areas Ordinance

286Res. 286 PDF

Establish Revised Fire Code Permit Fees, Recreation Charges; Adding a Charge for Parking Planning (Amends Resolution Nos. 265 & 275)

285

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284

Number Not Used

283Res. 283 PDF

Adopt the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan of King County

282Res. 282 PDF

Set Public Hearing Date to consider vacation of unopened right-of-way on Sirkin Property

281Res. 281 PDF

Authorize an Agreement with the Non-Profit Northwest Parks Foundation to receive Donations

280Res. 280 PDF

Rejecting All Bids for Bottleneck Relief Project, Phase 2

279Res. 279 PDF

Establish a Fixed Asset Policy

278Res. 278 PDF

Authorize the Inclusion of Non-Regular Employees in the City's Commute Trip Reduction Plan

277Res. 277 PDF

Authorize an Interfund Loan to the Hotel/Motel Tax Fund from the General Fund

276Res. 276 PDF

Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (2005 - 2010) and a Twenty-Year Transportation Facilities Program (2005 - 2024)

275Res. 275 PDF

Amend Resolution 265, Establishing Revised Fire Code Permit Fees

274Res. 274 PDF

Repealing Res. No. 193 and Establishing Volunteer Policies and Procedures

273Res. 273 PDF

Adopt the Civic Center Master Plan Phase II Feasibility Study

272Res. 272 PDF

Adopt the City of Woodinville Little Bear Creek Linear Park Master Plan (479 pages, 56 MB)

271Res. 271 PDF

Adopt a City-Authorized Wayfinding Sign Program

270Res. 270 PDF

Adopt Financial Management Policies

269Res. 269 PDF

Adopt the Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism Annex to the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

268Res. 268 PDF

Recognize and Acknowledge Scott Hageman as Mayor of the City of Woodinville

267Res. 267 PDF

Adopt the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

266Res. 266 PDF

Set a Public Hearing Date to Consider the Vacation of Right-of-Way on N.E. 175th Street

265Res. 265 PDF

Establish Fees and Charges for 2004

264Res. 264 PDF

Name Robert R. Miller as Representative to the Northshore Parks and Recreation Board

263Res. 263 PDF

Establish a Media Relations Policy for City Employees

2003

262Res. 262 PDF

Establish Policies for Rental of City Facilities

261Res. 261 PDF

Recognize Gareth Grube as a Councilmember of the City of Woodinville

260Res. 260 PDF

Recognize Carol Bogue as City of Woodinville Deputy Mayor

259Res. 259 PDF

Sales Tax Sourcing

258Res. 258 PDF

Establish the City's Intent to Adopt the Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan of King County

257Res. 257 PDF

Amend the City's Recreation Scholarship Program

256

Not Used

255Res. 255 PDF

Amend Council Rules of Procedure (Consent Calendar)

254Res. 254 PDF

Transportation Improvement Program 2004-2009

253Res. 253 PDF

Amend Purchasing Policies (Sole Source Purchases)

252Res. 252 PDF

Create Tree Tribute Program

251Res. 251 PDF

Support the King County Parks Levy

250Res. 250 PDF

Brightwater Policy Statement

249Res. 249 PDF

Amend 2003 City Fees

248Res. 248 PDF

Create City Employees Wellness Program

247Res. 247 PDF

Revise the Membership of the Public Art Advisory Committee

246Res. 246 PDF

Annexation Election for the Brown Annexation

245Res. 245 PDF

Annexation Election for the Vitulli Annexation

244Res. 244 PDF

Sole Source Vendor for a Street Sweeper

243Res. 243 PDF

Declare Surplus Items for Disposal

242Res. 242 PDF

Set a Public Hearing for Vacation of Right-of-Way for Tanglin Ridge / Phase I

241Res. 241 PDF

2003 City Fees

2002

240Res. 240 PDF

Dedicate a Portion of NE 145th Street as a Public Right-of-Way

239Res. 239 PDF

Establish a Sister City Policy

238Res. 238 PDF

Oppose Initiative 776

237

Number Not Used

236Res. 236 PDF

Disburse Surplus Assets

235Res. 235 PDF

Waste Management Recycling Project (Revenue Bonds)

234Res. 234 PDF

Support State Referendum No. 51

233Res. 233 PDF

Establish Small Works Roster (Limited Purchasing)

232Res. 232 PDF

Designate Applicant's Agent

231Res. 231 PDF

124th Avenue NE Public Right-of-Way

230Res. 230 PDF

Land / Water Grant / Funding for Little Bear Creek Park

229Res. 229 PDF

Adoption of Skate/BMX Park Master Plan

228Res. 228 PDF

Six-Year Transportation Plan - (2002 - 2008)

227Res. 227 PDF

Convert NE 181st Street to a Public Street in the Woodinville Heights Division

226Res. 226 PDF

Establish Funding for a Public Art Program in 2003 and 2004

225Res. 225 PDF

Dedicate a Portion of 133rd Avenue NE as a Public Right-of-Way

224Res. 224 PDF

Dedicate Private Streets to Public Streets in Chateau Woods/Highlands

223Res. 223 PDF

Adopt the Woodinville Water Shortage Contingency Plan

222Res. 222 PDF

Adopt the Roadside Maintenance ESA Manual

221Res. 221 PDF

Create a Public Works Committee

220Res. 220 PDF

City Fee Resolution

219Res. 219 PDF

Adopt the King County 2001 Comprehensive Solid Waste Plan

218Res. 218 PDF

Support the Northshore School District Levy and Bond Measures

217Res. 217 PDF

Establish a Youth Scholarship Fund

216Res. 216 PDF

Establish Surface Water Assessments

215Res. 215 PDF

Recognize Randy Ransom as Council Member and Mayor

214Res. 214 PDF

Approve the Conversion of Private Streets to Public Streets in the Chateau Woods/Highlands

213Res. 213 PDF

Adopt the 140th / 175th Master Streetscape Plan

212Res. 212 PDF

See year 2001

211Res. 211 PDF

See year 2001

210Res. 210 PDF

Create a City Gift & Donation Program

200Res. 200 PDF

Establish a Public Art Advisory Committee

2001

212Res. 212 PDF

Name Robert Miller to the Board of the Northshore Parks and Recreation Service Area

211Res. 211 PDF

Adopt Facility Use Policy

210Res. 210 PDF

See year 2002

209Res. 209 PDF

Open a Savings Account at Frontier Bank

208Res. 208 PDF

Support the Northshore Adult Day Care Bond Issue

207Res. 207 PDF

Appoint an Agent to Receive Claims for Damages

206

Number Not Used

205Res. 205 PDF

Express Gratitude to the JB Instant Lawn Company for 4th of July Support

204Res. 204 PDF

Set Public Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of Right-of-Way on 132nd Avenue NE

203Res. 203 PDF

Amend Council Rules of Procedure (Intent to Serve as Mayor / Deputy Mayor)

202Res. 202 PDF

Reject All Bids for the Fire Alarm System for City Hall Annex

201Res. 201 PDF

Six-Year Transportation Plan - 2001 - 2007

200Res. 200 PDF

See year 2002

199Res. 199 PDF

Funding Assistance for Little Bear Creek Lineal Park (IAC Grant Application)

198Res. 198 PDF

Adopt the Woodinville Civic Center Master Plan

197

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196Res. 196 PDFa

Establish investment Management Policies

196Res. 196 PDF

Designate Applicant's Agent

195Res. 195 PDF

Reject All Bids for the Fire Alarm System for the City Hall Annex

194Res. 194 PDF

Salmon Protection and Recovery (ESA Strategies)

193Res. 193 PDF

Adopt Volunteer Policies and Procedures

192Res. 192 PDF

Adopt the City of Woodinville Recreation Plan

191Res. 191 PDF

Authorize Disbursements of Checks Prior to Council Approval

190Res. 190 PDF

Establish a Vendor List for Purchasing and a Small Works Roster

189Res. 189 PDF

Set a Public Hearing Date for Street Vacation of Right-of-way on 133rd Avenue NE

2000

188Res. 188 PDF

Authorize Interfund Loan to Little Bear Creek Lineal Park Fund

187Res. 187 PDF

Sponsor Cross Valley Water District into Association of Washington Cities Benefit Trust

186Res. 186 PDF

Levy Capacity

185Res. 185 PDF

Purchasing Policies

184Res. 184 PDF

Set Public Hearing for Street Vacation - 143rd Avenue NE

183Res. 183 PDF

Council Member Solberg - Resolution of Acknowledgement

182Res. 182 PDF

Set Public Hearing for Street Vacation - 143rd Avenue NE

181Res. 181 PDF

Amend Travel Policies

180Res. 180 PDF

2001City Fees

179Res. 179 PDF

Resolution of Acknowledgement for Deputy Mayor Engel

178Res. 178 PDF

Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (2001-2006)

177Res. 177 PDF

Authorizing Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation Applications for Funding Assistance

176Res. 176 PDF

Council Support of Census 2000

175Res. 175 PDF

Intent to Reimburse Capital Expenditures / Construction of a New City Hall

174Res. 174 PDF

Street Vacation / Woodinville Heights

173Res. 173 PDF

Adopt the Woodinville Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

172

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1999

171Res. 171 PDF

Protecting the Maximum Future Levy Capacity for the Year 2000

170Res. 170 PDF

Establishing Fees and Charges for City Services

169Res. 169 PDF

Set Property Tax Levy for 2000

168Res. 168 PDF

Opposition to I-695

167Res. 167 PDF

Adopting Key Early Actions for Chinook Salmon Under the Endangered Species Act Protection

166Res. 166 PDF

Naming of Parks and Recreation Facilities

165Res. 165 PDF

Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 2000-2005

164Res. 164 PDF

Amend the Travel Policies (Facilitate Payment of Certain Expenses of Council)

163Res. 163 PDF

Express Support to Our Fellow Americans of Littleton, Colorado

162

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161

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160Res. 160 PDF

Woodinview Designated for “Affordable Housing”

159Res. 159 PDF

Change Terms of Interfund Loan / Wilmot Park

158Res. 158 PDF

Adopt the Eastside Transportation Partnership - Mobility Action Priorities

157Res. 157 PDF

Protect the Maximum Future Levy Capacity for Property Taxes for 1999

156Res. 156 PDF

Naming of Parks & Recreation Facilities

155Res. 155 PDF

“Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary” Program

1998

154Res. 154 PDF

Olympic Pipeline Issue

153Res. 153 PDF

Establish Fees for False Alarms

152

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151Res. 151 PDF

Create the Heritage Tree Program

150Res. 150 PDF

Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 1999-2004

149Res. 149 PDF

Adopting Suburban Cities Association Proposal on Regional Finance and Governance

148Res. 148 PDF

Capital Improvement Program - Final Adoption

147Res. 147 PDF

Intent to Remove City Manager

146Res. 146 PDF

Fourth of July - No Parking for July 4th, 1998

145Res. 145 PDF

Adopt the Parks, Recreations, and Open Space Plan

144Res. 144 PDF

Interfund Loan / Wilmot Park

143Res. 143 PDF

Council Rules of Procedure

142Res. 142 PDF

Bob Miller - Acknowledgment as Mayor

141

Number Not Used

140Res. 140 PDF

Art Saulness - Resolution of Acknowledgment

139Res. 139 PDF

Lucy DeYoung - Resolution of Acknowledgment

135Res. 135 PDF

Creation of Finance Committee

1997

138Res. 138 PDF

Nextel Communications / Findings and Conclusions

137Res. 137 PDF

Property Tax Increase

136Res. 136 PDF

Grace Annexation

135Res. 135 PDF

See 1998

134Res. 134 PDF

Closed Record Appeals - Rules of Procedures

133Res. 133 PDF

Boundary Line Adjustment Between Woodinville and Bothell

132Res. 132 PDF

Adopt New Personnel Policies

131Res. 131 PDF

King County Economic Enterprises Corporation / Variable Rate Demand Bonds

130Res. 130 PDF

Park Naming Policies

129Res. 129 PDF

Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Wilmot Gateway Park

128Res. 128 PDF

Adopt a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 1998-2003

127Res. 127 PDF

Tow Away Zone (4th of July)

126

Number Not Used

125Res. 125 PDF

Housing Strategy Plan

124Res. 124 PDF

Bail Schedule

123Res. 123 PDF

Interlocal Agreement - Lake Washington Studies / Sammamish Watershed Forum

1996

122Res. 122 PDF

Regarding Stone Hill Meadows and Stone Hill Village Appeal

121Res. 121 PDF

Establish Fees for Design Review.

120Res. 120 PDF

Adopt the Six-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) - (CTP Elements)

119Res. 119 PDF

Authorizing an Interfund Loan

118

Number Not Used

117Res. 117 PDF

Set Certain Fees for Woodinville Fire and Life Safety Fire Code Permit Fees

116Res. 116 PDF

Adopt 120 Day Processing Time Limit for All Land Development Permits

115Res. 115 PDF

Amending the Money Purchase Retirement Plan Administered by ICMA

114Res. 114 PDF

Indicating Support for the Jerry Wilmot Green Gateway Park Finance Plan

113Res. 113 PDF

Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for Parks &Recreation

112Res. 112 PDF

Become a Member Community in the National Flood Insurance Program

111Res. 111 PDF

Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for Wilmot Gateway Park Project

110Res. 110 PDF

Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Sammamish River Project

109Res. 109 PDF

Designate James Katica as the Representative for the City to Obtain Federal, Emergency, or Disaster Assistance

108Res. 108 PDF

Amend the Council Rules of Procedure

107Res. 107 PDF

Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of Rights-of-Way

106Res. 106 PDF

Recognize and Acknowledge Bob Dixon as Council Member

105Res. 105 PDF

Recognize and Acknowledge Mark Jessup as Council Member

1995

104Res. 104 PDF

Acknowledge Support for South Gateway Multi-Purpose Park Fields

103Res. 103 PDF

Support the Campaign to Keep the USS Missouri in Kitsap County

102Res. 102 PDF

Adopt the Conceptual Tourist District Signage Plan

101Res. 101 PDF

Recommend a Bail Schedule for Violations Regarding Vehicle Weight Restrictions on Certain Streets

100Res. 100 PDF

Establish Fees for Design Review

99Res. 99 PDF

Amend the Travel Policies to Facilitate Payment of Certain Expenses of Council

98Res. 98 PDF

Amend Council Rules of Procedure

97Res. 97 PDF

Authorize Application for Funding Assistance for the Woodinville Valley Trail Project

96Res. 96 PDF

Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of NE 190th Street

95Res. 95 PDF

Establish Certain Fees for Fire District Plan Checking

94Res. 94 PDF

Declare the Intent of the City Council to Adopt the Right of Initiative and Referendum

93Res. 93 PDF

Recognize the Natural Slope Barrier Between the North Industrial Neighborhood and the Adjoining Residential Designated Area to the East.

92Res. 92 PDF

Establish Travel Policies for Employees, Volunteers, and Council Members

91Res. 91 PDF

Approve a Transfer of the Cable Television Franchise

90Res. 90 PDF

Adopt the City of Woodinville Emergency Operations Plan

89

Not Used

1994

88Res. 88 PDF

Support an Incentive-Based Rate Structure for Solid Waste Services

87Res. 87 PDF

Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of 148th Ave NE

86Res. 86 PDF

Adopt Compensation and Evaluation Plans for Employees of the City

85Res. 85 PDF

Establish a Fee for Temporary Use Permit for Nonprofit Organizations

84Res. 84 PDF

Approve the Issuance of a Tax-Exempt Non-Recourse Revenue Bond

83Res. 83 PDF

Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of a Portion of 148th Ave NE

82Res. 82 PDF

Set Certain Fees for Sexually Oriented Businesses

81Res. 81 PDF

Establish Unanimous and Strong Opposition to the Possible Siting of an Airport

80Res. 80 PDF

Recommend a Bail Schedule in Accordance with the State Supreme Court

79Res. 79 PDF

Set Certain Fees for Fire Permit, Land Use and Right of Way, Development Fees and Outdoor Musical Entertainment

78Res. 78 PDF

Set a Hearing Date to Consider Vacation of Right-Of-Way

77Res. 77 PDF

Authorize Application to Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation for Funding

76Res. 76 PDF

Establishing an Adopt-A-Street Program to Allow Volunteers to Assist in Clean-Up

75Res. 75 PDF

Establish Debt Management Policies

74Res. 74 PDF

Establish Investment Management Policies

73Res. 73 PDF

Adopt Personnel Policies for Employees

72Res. 72 PDF

Ratify the Method and Subsequent Appointments to Suburban Cities Committees

71Res. 71 PDF

Set Certain Fees for Land Use Application, Right-of-Way, Development Fees and Establishing New Fire Permit Fees

70Res. 70 PDF

Relating to the Reimbursement of City Expenditures from the Proceeds of Tax-Exempt Bonds

69Res. 69 PDF

Add Classifications to Existing Salary Ranges to Accommodate the Hiring of a Maintenance Worker

68Res. 68 PDF

Add a Classification to the Existing Salary Ranges to Reclassify an Existing Position

67Res. 67 PDF

Amend Council Rules of Procedure to Facilitate Councilmember Comments

66Res. 66 PDF

Adopt Findings of Fact to Justify the Continued Imposition of a One-Year Moratorium on the Acceptance of Applications for Use Permits, Building Permits and Licenses for Adult Entertainment Uses and Businesses

65Res. 65 PDF

Adopt the Final 1992 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement

64Res. 64 PDF

Adopt “Whistleblower” Policies

63Res. 63 PDF

Establish Council Rules of Procedures

62Res. 62 PDF

Authorize an Interfund Transfer in the Amount of $9,500

1993

61Res. 61 PDF

Adopt Challenge Procedures for Hearing Examiner Recommendations Regarding Zone Changes and Preliminary Plat Approval

60Res. 60 PDF

Adopt Hearing Examiner's Decision Appeal Procedures

59Res. 59 PDF

Implement Policies and Programs to Maximize the Reduction of Waste

58Res. 58 PDF

Recognize and Appreciate Don Schneider as a Councilmember

57Res. 57 PDF

Authorize Agreement for the Distribution of Community Development Grant Funds

56Res. 56 PDF

Adopt Procedures for Appearance of Fairness and Actual Unfairness Challenges

55Res. 55 PDF

Execute a Trust Adoption by the City

54Res. 54 PDF

Adopt Financial Management Policies

53Res. 53 PDF

Adopt a Human Services Policy

52Res. 52 PDF

Set Certain Fees for Fire Permit, Land Use and Right of Way

51Res. 51 PDF

Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Lease Agreement with the Northshore School District for the Lease of City Hall Space and Council Chambers

50Res. 50 PDF

Establish Rules of Procedure for Adopting Ordinances

49Res. 49 PDF

Authorize the City Council to Appoint James Katica as Auditing Officer

48Res. 48 PDF

Approve Interlocal Agreement for Court Services for 1994

47Res. 47 PDF

Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings

46Res. 46 PDF

Authorize an Agreement with Teen Northshore for Providing Services for One Year Relating to a Summer Program of Teen Activities

45Res. 45 PDF

Authorize Agreement with King County for the Home Investment Partnerships Program

44Res. 44 PDF

Authorize an Agreement for Planning the Distribution and Administration of Certain Community Development Block Grant Funds and Block Grant Program

43Res. 43 PDF

Authorize Submission of an Application to King County Parks for 1993 Regional Conservation Future Acquisition Program

42Res. 42 PDF

Authorize City Manager to Execute a Service Agreement for Distribution and Administration of Certain Washington Department of Commerce Development Grant Funds under Washington Growth Management Act of 1990

41Res. 41 PDF

Authorize Interfund Loan not to Exceed $784,000 from the Street Fund to the General Fund

40Res. 40 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement with King County for Provision of Roads Maintenance Services.

39Res. 39 PDF

Appoint Joseph A. Meneghini the First City Manager

38Res. 38 PDF

Authorize an Agreement with Kroll Map Company for Providing Digitized Map Files and Half Section Base Maps of the City

37Res. 37 PDF

Authorize Application to King County Parks for 1993 Regional Conservation Future Acquisition Program for Funds for Park Acquisition

36Res. 36 PDF

Approve Agreement with King County Relating to Monitoring of Contracts for Services

35Res. 35 PDF

Approve Agreement Regarding Administration and Collection of Local Leasehold Excise Tax

34Res. 34 PDF

Authorize an Agreement with King County for Licensing of Certain Businesses

33Res. 33 PDF

Authorize Contract for Temporary Hearing Examiner Services with King County

32Res. 32 PDF

Approve Authorization of an Interim Interlocal Agreement with King County for Provision of Roads Maintenance Services

31Res. 31 PDF

Declaration of the Official Incorporation of the City of Woodinville

30Res. 30 PDF

Authorize Contract with Department of Transportation for Right-of-Way Permits

29Res. 29 PDF

Authorize Service Contract with Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District

28Res. 28 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement with King County for Animal Control

27Res. 27 PDF

Authorize Indigent Defense Screening Services Contract with Carolyn Hunter

26Res. 26 PDF

Authorize International City Managers Association Deferred Compensation Plan and Trust Plan

25Res. 25 PDF

Authorize Local Government Investment Pool

24Res. 24 PDF

Authorize and Approve Participation in the Washington Public Employees Retirement System

23Res. 23 PDF

Authorize an Agreement for Services with Tucker and Stein for Public Defense Services

22Res. 22 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement Relating to Permits for Use of City-Owned Real Property

21Res. 21 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement Relating to Building Permits and Land Use Applications

20Res. 20 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement for Surface Water Services and Collection of Revenues

19Res. 19 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement for Provisions of Road Maintenance

18Res. 18 PDF

Authorize an Interlocal Agreement Establishing District Court Filing Fees for Certain Criminal and Traffic Infraction Actions

17Res. 17 PDF

Authorize an Interlocal Agreement Between King County and the City for Law Enforcement Services

16Res. 16 PDF

Authorize Interlocal Agreement Between Snohomish County and Area Cities for Implementation of Growth Management Act

15Res. 15 PDF

Support the University of Washington Effort to Locate a Branch Campus North of City Limits

14Res. 14 PDF

Authorize a Health Services Interlocal Agreement with King County

13Res. 13 PDF

Authorize Contract for Jail Services

12Res. 12 PDF

Authorize Solid Waste Interlocal Agreement (Forum Agreement)

11Res. 11 PDF

Authorize Solid Waste Interlocal Agreement with King County

10Res. 10 PDF

Establish the Official Date of Incorporation for the City as March 31, 1993

9Res. 9 PDF

Moratorium on Filing of Development Applications with King County for Development

8Res. 8 PDF

Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings

1992

7Res. 7 PDF

Addressing the King County Council Regarding the Northshore Community Plan

6Res. 6 PDF

Designate the Official Bank for the City

5Res. 5 PDF

Designate the Official Newspaper for the City - The Woodinville Weekly

4Res. 4 PDF

Establish the Time and Place of City Council Meetings

3Res. 3 PDF

Authorize the Mayor to Execute any Necessary Documents to Obtain Insurance Coverage

2Res. 2 PDF

Loan and Assistance from the Municipal Sales and Use Tax Equalization Account

1Res. 1 PDF

Moratorium on Approvals for Adult Entertainment