NEWS & BLOG

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  • Health District Board Votes to Join Snohomish County

    Posted on Jun 3, 2022 in:
    • DBIC
    • Industry Issues
    • Builders Councils
    • Permitting
    • Advocacy
    This week the Snohomish County Health District’s Board of Directors unanimously voted to integrate with Snohomish County government.
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  • Snohomish County Housing Needs Report Draft Coming This Fall

    Posted on Jun 3, 2022 in:
    • Growth Management
    • Builders Councils
    • Industry Issues
    • DBIC
    • Advocacy
    This fall Snohomish County will make available its first draft of the important Housing Characteristics and Needs Report. The report is being prepared in conjunction with the 2024 Comprehensive Plan Update.
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  • Press Release: MBAKS Announces 2022 REX/T-REX Awards Winners

    Posted on May 26, 2022 in:
    • Remodelers Council
    • Press Releases
    • MBAKS News
    For the 36th year in a row, Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) hosted their annual Remodeling/Trades Remodeling Excellence (REX/T-REX) Awards. The REX/T-REX Awards, presented by the Remodelers Council of MBAKS, encourages local remodelers and builders to submit their best projects of the year. Each submission is reviewed by a panel of remodeling professionals from across the country and winners are selected in each category.
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  • Builders Bulletin: Home Prices Reach New Highs

    Posted on May 26, 2022 in:
    • Builders Bulletin
    Data from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service show King and Snohomish counties had less than two weeks of supply of homes for sale in March, while home prices continued to escalate.
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  • Snohomish County School Districts Submit Capital Facilities Plans and Proposed Impact Fees

    Posted on May 24, 2022 in:
    • Taxes & Fees
    • DBIC
    • Builders Councils
    • Advocacy
    • Industry Issues
    School districts from throughout Snohomish County have submitted their required capital facilities plans for the next biennium.
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