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Mukilteo Economy and Trade

Mukilteo Economy and Trade
A primary focus of Mukilteo Mayor Joe Marine is to encourage the retention of existing businesses.  Throughout the year Mayor Marine meets with clusters to learn more about their needs so he in turn can support them whether it be by supporting continuing education and training programs, providing information on relocation or expansion or recruiting new businesses to Mukilteo. The Planning and Community Development Department staff assists the Mayor’s economic development effort by identifying potential properties (for expansion or relocation) and acquiring information about buildings available to lease or buy. The City works with both large and small businesses and has built a competitive edge in Snohomish County through excellent customer service with timely turnaround on permits.

Mukilteo’s market-driven economy is includes companies that are part of the aerospace industry clustered in the Paine Field Industrial Center, which is zoned for industrial use and is protected for aerospace manufacturing and delivery thus supports supporting aerospace, high-tech and bio-tech jobs employers.

Maintaining the community’s livability requires that maintaining a strong, sustainable economic climate that does not negatively impact the Paine Field Mediated Role Determination Agreement and the Train Horn Quiet Zone. Mukilteo’s goals for growth and development encourage high-wage jobs, stewardship of vacant industrial lands and local spending that allows the city government to continue to provide services that meet the needs of residents and employers.






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