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  1. Notice of Special Meeting - Mount Vernon City Council Committee Meeting Time Change

    PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Mount Vernon City Council is changing the start time of the Development Services Committee meeting on February 19, 2020. The meeting will begin at 5:30pm. Read on...
  2. Notice of Public Hearing - City of Mount Vernon Consolidated Plan: 2020 Action Plan

    The City of Mount Vernon is undertaking the planning process for submission of its Consolidated Plan 2020 Annual Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Read on...
  3. Introducing Civic Saturdays!

    The City of Mount Vernon is inviting the public to a series of events aimed at informing residents of how their local government works. Read on...
  4. Mount Vernon City Budget for 2020

    Please click the link to view the 2020 budget document. 2020 City Budget
  5. City Work on Affordable Housing Codes

    On September 18, 2019 staff presented the completed work on housing code aimed to spur multifamily development and bonafide affordable housing in the City. This work has been underway since late 2017. Read on...
  6. City's Efforts to Address Homelessness

    Please click on the link to view infographics outlining City efforts to address homelessness and temporary vs. permanent accommodations for the homeless, as well as the City's Problem Elimination & Reduction Team (PERT) actions taken. Read on...
  7. Safe Parking Ordinance

    On September 11, 2019, Mount Vernon City Council approved an emergency ordinance that establishes regulations for overnight parking in church parking lots. Read on...
  8. FEMA Approves Flood Protection System

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued the City of Mount Vernon a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) for the City’s flood protection infrastructure (floodwall). Read on...
  9. Mount Vernon Fire Department 'Levels Up'

    Property owners in the city of Mount Vernon may soon benefit from the results of the Mount Vernon Fire Department’s most recent evaluation by the Washington Surveying and Rating Bureau (WSRB). Read on...
  10. Emergency Shelter Interim Regulations

    On March 13, 2019 Mount Vernon City Council passed Ordinance 3780 declaring an emergency, adopting interim control regulations for severe weather shelters to provide temporary housing of the homeless during severe weather events. Read on...
  11. Go Mobile with the City of Mount Vernon's Mobile App

    Staying current on City-related events and postings has become much easier for local residents. A mobile version of the City of Mount Vernon's webpage is now available for all Apple and Android phone users. Read on...
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