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The Arlington- Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce And Visitor Information Center Hours are:

Monday- Friday 9:00AM-4:00PM


Contacting the Chamber

Physical address: 104 N Olympic Ave, Arlington WA 98223

Mailing Address: 526 N West Ave PMB# 36, Arlington WA 98223

Email: manager@arlington-smokeypointchamber.com

Phone: (360)659-5453



State of the City, State of the Chamber Luncheon November 18th, 2014

Medallion Hotel

16710 Smokey Point Blvd, Arlington, WA 98223


Please note:  

We have Delayed our Luncheon one week in observation of Veterans Day

The Luncheon will be held on November 18th!

We will be discussing the state of the City and the State of the Chamber 

   RSVP's must by in by November 14th to ensure an accurate head count  

If you forget or can't find your Login/Password, Please LOGIN IN AS A GUEST

(We will fix the pricing)

Members, please pre-register by November 14th, at 3:00 PM, to

receive earned pricing of $15.00.

Please note: If you pre-register and do not attend you will be invoiced

For More information, call Stacie Roark at the Chamber Office (360)659-5453

or via Email: manager@arlington-smokeypointchamber.com



We will not be holding Business After Hours in November or December.  

Starting in January of 2015 we will be doing quarterly BAH.

If you are interested in hosting a BAH or need more Information call:

Michele Wiley (360) 722-2802


City of Arlington ranked as a top 10 neighborhood

In their article from September 5, 2014, The Puget Sound Business Journal ranked Arlington as #4 in their "Top 10 Neighborhoods Ranked by School Performance".

The Puget Sound Business Journal is an online news source reporting the latest breaking business news, as well as a selection of the week's top stories from their print edition.

When determining the list, author Emily Parkhurst looked at the school achievement index scores for each school, which are provided by the State Board of Education every year.

These rankings look at student test scores, graduation rates, and other factors to examine the progress and standings of schools across the state, as well as help identify schools that are either struggling or excelling.

The top-ranked school listed for the Arlington School District was Kent Prairie Elementary School, with a state achievement index score of 9.161.

Arlington High School was also honored as a high-ranking school in the district, with a score of 7.093.

Joining Arlington on the Top 10 list are Beacon Hill (Seattle), Mercer Island, Vashon Island, Meridian (Kent), Wilburton (Bellevue), Tukwila, North Creek (Bothell), and Kirkland, respectively, along with South Bainbridge Island, which takes the top spot.

This achievement is not only a cause for celebration for Arlington schools, but for the community as a whole. Without the unity between students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the citizens of Arlington, this honor could not have been achieved.

"We are excited for what this means for Arlington, and we look ahead to the future progress and achievements of our wonderful schools and community," the district stated in a press release.



Congratulations  to Our "Humble Hero"  

Mayor Barbara Tolbert


Mayor Barb was commended in Seattle Magazine as being one of the

most influential people of 2014

Humble Hero

Barbara Tolbert, mayor of Arlington

When an unstable slope near Oso, Washington, unexpectedly morphed into 25-foot waves of mud on the morning of March 22-engulfing 49 homes, killing 43 people and covering nearly 1 square mile of land in its path-the mayor of Oso's closest neighbor, Arlington, sprang into action. Within an hour, Barb Tolbert had organized an emergency response center next to City Hall. In a matter of days, she had spearheaded efforts to raise money for victims of the landslide and for area residents in need-in total, about $9.1 million was donated to United Way, the American Red Cross and the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation, 73 percent of this coming from individual donors-and had diverted the city's water supply to protect Arlington residents from pollution upstream. She was on hand to welcome and oversee state and federal authorities as they arrived to help with the disaster recovery. All while remaining calm, focused and hopeful in a crisis. But the first-term mayor isn't one to take credit for her efforts: She insists again and again that the true heroes were the citizens of Oso, Arlington and Darrington. "We should all be fortunate to live in communities like these."  Mandolin Brassaw 

Here is the article:





The following items are on sale at the Chamber Office at the following "at cost" prices;

2014 4th of July Eagle T-shirts $5.00 each (Blue w/ black & White Eagle)

4th of July Eagle T-shirts $5.00 each (White w/3 color image)

4th of July Pedal, Paddle & Puff Triathlon T-shirts $5.00 each (Vibrant Green)

Smokey Point BBQ Cook-Off T-shirts $5.00 each (Black)

We have a few Children's size 2012 red w/eagle 4th of July T's for $4.00 ea (they make great sleep shirts)!

These are all high quality (Port Authority & Gilden), pre-washed, no shrinking!




2013 Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Left to right: Kristen Granroth-President; Michelle Foster, Julie Morse-Vice-President; Debbie Whitis-Secretary; Carrie Byrum, Nola Smith. Back row L to R, Heather Logan-Past President; Jason Busch, Jean Simpson, Mike Mack, Kathy McCone-Treasurer, Fritz Fittinger. Not pictured: Sid Logan and James Eubanks

(Watch for 2014 Board of Director's Picture)





Board of Director's


Executive Board

Kristen Granroth (President)

Julie Morse (Vice President)

Michelle Heue (Secretary)

Fritz Fittinger (Treasurer)


2014 Board

Carrie Byrum

Jean Simpson

Dale Leach

Sid Logan

Steve Peiffle

Vanessa Pawley







P.O. Box 1757

Granite Falls, WA. 98252





Arlington Movers 

3826 Stanwood-Bryant

Arlington, WA 98223







Cascade Natural Gas

1520 South 2nd St

Mount Vernon, WA 98273






New Beginnings Thrift Store

311 N Olymipc Ave

Arlington WA 98223






Please remember the Arlington Food Bank year-round!



(360) 435-1631

Located at:

19118 63rd Ave. NE

Arlington, WA 98223



Mon. 10:00am-12:00pm

(seniors 62yrs+ only)


Tues. 4:30pm-6:30pm

Fri. 10am-12:00pm





Check out our Arlington Maps!




Downtown Arlington Business Association


You are invited to join our regular monthly meetings. They are held the 1st Wednesday of every month from 6:00- 7:00 PM at the Stillaguamish Conference Center, located inside the City of Arlington Utilities Building, next to Haller Park.

The Downtown Business Association has a rich history of Volunteers and local Business Memberships who create and sponsor new ideas and maintain Historic Downtown Arlington Events!

Memebership is only $20 a year!

For more information please contact DABA president,

Mike Britt 360-435-1800

"Your presence adds value to Downtown Arlington"

We hope you will join us at our next meeting!








Chairman's Circle members have made an extra commitment to

further the vision of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce.

© 2013 Arlington - Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce 4126B 172nd Street NE Arlington, WA 98223 (360) 659.5453