Town Council Meeting
The next Town Council meeting will be held Tuesday, March 28th at 6pm in Lower Maple Center. To view a copy of the meeting packet, please click here
Tillinghast Seed Company Proposal
The Tillinghast Seed Company/John Dunning, 623 Morris Street, has applied for a Conditional Use to convert 3 upstairs offices to residential use. For further details, please select the following links:
Flood Protection Information
The Town of La Conner participates in the National Flood Insurance Program. To view links to flood protection information, please click on the following link: www.townoflaconner.org/planning-permits-codes.cfm
We are excited to announce that the La Conner waterfront boardwalk is now open! A special thanks goes out to OverSkagit for the scenic footage of the boardwalk and the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating its opening. Please click on the link below to see our beautiful new boardwalk:
Walking Tour of La Conner's Historical Sites
The Town of La Conner has a very rich history, with many historic buildings located along the waterfront and the hill area, and also throughout town. For photos and a historical description of each building, please click here.
Conner Waterfront Park
The Park Commission is seeking donations for an exciting new project! They have plans to develop the new Conner Waterfront Park, which will be located on the south side of town just below Pioneer Park. When the park is completed it will have a kid's playground area, covered picnic shelter, bbq pits and tables, restrooms, kayak launch area, and a tidal pool.
If you would like to contribute to the park project or have any questions, please contact Town Administrator John Doyle, at (360) 466-3125, or email email@example.com.
Biosolids Compost Study
Washington State University recently conducted a research project which surveyed Skagit County residents opinions about local reuse and recycling of biosolids compost. To view the analysis, please select the following links:
Infrastructure Improvement Manual
To view the Town of La Conner's Infrastructure Improvement Manual Section E Specs & Details, please click here.
Small Works Roster and Consultant Roster
The Town of La Conner is a member of MRSC Rosters, an online shared Small Public Works Contractor Roster and Consultant Services Roster for local governments in Washington State, including the Town of La Conner. Contractors and Consultants can be considered by the Town of La Conner by registering on their roster at the following link: http://www.mrscrosters.org/
The Town of La Conner will no longer maintain Small Works and Consultant rosters separate from those provided by MRSC.
Walking Trails Map
To encourage pedestrian travel and promote community health, La Conner now has a Walking Trails Map with color-coded routes ranging from 1/4 to 2 1/4 miles throughout the Town. To guide walkers, each route has a coordinating symbol which is conveniently painted on the sidewalks and streets. A special thanks to Kahneesha Casey, Kaleb Parker, Blaine Navasie and Mackenzie Fryman for designing the symbols! To access the map please click on La Conner Walking Trails Map. If you would rather pick up a copy, feel free to stop by Town Hall, the Chamber of Commerce or La Conner Weekly News.
Consumer Confidence Report
The La Conner Public Works Department issued their 2015 Consumer Confidence Report addressing water quality and conservation. To view the complete report please click here. For specific questions, please contact Public Works Director Brian Lease, at (360) 466-3933.
Final Recommendations of Envision Skagit 2060
To view the Envision Skagit 2060 Citizen Committee Final Recommendations please click here.
Climate Change Action Plan
The Town recently joined other local and worldwide governments in making a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, through adoption of a Greenhouse Gas Inventory & Proposed Climate Action Plan. To view the Town's plan, please click on the above link.
Swinomish Climate Change Initiative
The Town of La Conner is a participant, along with the community of Shelter Bay, the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, and Skagit County, in the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community's study of a wide range of potential climate change impacts to the Swinomish reservation, including sea level rise and impacts to upland communities and forest lands. Click on the following link the view the Climate Change Impact Assessment Technical Report
Lodging Tax Advisory Committee
To view the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee meeting minutes, please click here.
Wastewater Advisory Board Minutes
To view the Wastewater Advisory Board (WAB) minutes, please click here.