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Community Input Needed for Future East King County Bus Service - April 06, 2021

The East Link Connections transit-needs survey is open through April 25, 2021. This pro... [more...]

Sound Transit - South Bellevue Construction Alert - April 03, 2021

Sound Transit's South Bellevue Station is looking good!  For all things Sound Transit, visit... [more...]

Free High-volume COVID-19 test site comes to King County’s Eastside - December 13, 2020

Summary: A new free COVID-19 test site will open at Bellevue College on Tuesday, December 15. Thi... [more...]

Mental Health Resources - December 01, 2020

Many of us are feeling the strain of the ongoing pandemic.  We encourage everyone to explore... [more...]

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Town Marshal

The Town Marshal and Deputy Town Marshal are appointed by the Mayor and act as the Town's liaison with the King County Sheriff's Office.  Neither the Marshal nor the Deputy Marshal are deputized, so they have no formal police powers or authority.  They do, however, serve as a contact point for residents having concerns about issues in the Town that aren't serious enough to warrant a call to the Sheriff, e.g. issues related to parking, speeding on Village streets, excessive noise, etc.  Often, the Town Marshal or Deputy Marshal can help residents work through neighborhood issues to restore peace simply by giving everyone a chance to voice their "side" of the situation and find a solution.

To contact the Town Marshal, please visit our Contact Us page.