The Historical Commission is an advisory commission to the City of Lynnwood. The Commission’s duties include advising and making recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding historical and cultural recognition and preservation activities. Please visit our Historical Photos webpage to see some of Lynnwood’s fascinating past.
The public is invited to attend and to participate in any meeting of the Historical Commission. Parking and meeting facilities are available to persons with disabilities. Upon reasonable notice to the City Clerk’s office, either in person at 19100 44th Ave W or by phone at (425) 670-5161, the City will make a reasonable effort to accomodate those who need special assistance to attend a meeting.
The Commission consists of five members who are appointed to serve three-year terms.
Position # Member Term Expires
Position #1 Sue Hall September 12, 2014
Position #2 Peggy Reed June 12, 2014
Position #3 Tiffany Villigan September 24, 2015
Position #4 Niniva Tupua November 23, 2012
Position #5 Neil Roby September 12, 2014
Council Liaison Ben Goodwin
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Annual Reports
Meetings are normally held the third Tuesday of each month at the Wicker’s Building in Heritage Park, located at 19921 Poplar Way.
Agendas and Minutes
If you would like more information on the Historical Commission please contact staff liaison Gloria Rivera at (425) 670-5409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in joining a Board or Commission? Visit our Volunteer Page to see a listing a current vacancies and to fill out a Board & Commission Application.