Civic Campus Project - 23204 58th Avenue W

New 18,000 SF City Hall and Council Chambers

New 18,000 SF City Hall and Council Chambers

Civic Campus Entrance from 58th Avenue W

Civic Campus Entrance from 58th Avenue W

3,100 SF Police Station Addition

3,100 SF Police Station Addition

Jerry Smith Town Center Plaza at Night

Jerry Smith Town Center Plaza at Night

"The Winning Catch" by Artist Louise McDowell

"The Winning Catch" by Artist Louise McDowell

"Playmates" by Artist Louise McDowell

"Playmates" by Artist Louise McDowell

"Going for the Goal" by Artist Louise McDowell

"Going for the Goal" by Artist Louise McDowell

"Urban Flowers" by Artist CJ Rench

"Urban Flowers" by Artist CJ Rench

The city is excited to announce that we are moving from Interim City Hall to the newly constructed building at the Civic Campus located at: 23204 58th Avenue W, Mountlake Terrace, WA  98043.

There will be no phone or email service by City Hall staff on Friday and Monday, May 14 and 17, 2021 while we move out and set up in the new building. 

City Hall services will re-open on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, however the city will continue to conduct business remotely via telephone, email, and Zoom teleconference until further notice due to COVID-19. 

For more information, contact 425-776-1161 Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., email cityhall@mltwa.gov or visit www.cityofmlt.com


Construction of Mountlake Terrace’s new City Hall is nearing completion. Primary improvements to the construction site include: 

New City Hall

Two-story, approximately 18,600 square foot building. Includes City Council Chambers, public lobby, offices, meeting rooms, restrooms, mechanical and electrical room, elevator, mud room, storage room, etc.

Addition to the Police Station

One-story, approximately 3,100 square foot addition to the existing Police Station. Includes a new entry area, two holding areas, secure interview room, detective area, restroom updates, ADA improvements, new sally port, break room and open area for training. 

Jerry Smith Plaza

Named after Mountlake Terrace’s beloved civic leader and former mayor, the plaza includes terraced seating, water feature, sculptures by two Northwest artists, landscaping and lighting.