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Kenmore City Hall “Then and Now”

Through the Years–Kenmore City Hall Kenmore City incorporation ceremony in front of the first makeshift City Hall. Jack Crawford, first mayor of Kenmore is speaking. Kenmore’s First City Hall Kenmore became Washington’s newest city on August 31, 1998, and began conducting its business in an empty storefront at 6524 NE…
SuzanneG
July 31, 2023
GovernmentHistoric Kenmore

History of the Kenmore Flag

Image Building In 1979, though Kenmore was not yet an incorporated city, a group of citizens from the local Chamber of Commerce established an Image-Building Committee to promote pride, goodwill, and positive image for the Kenmore community. Let's Design a Flag! After some deliberation, the committee agreed that a brightly…
SuzanneG
May 30, 2021
Government

First Kenmore City Hall

Kenmore City Hall occupies the former Wells Fargo Bank building at 6700 NE 181st Street after beginning city business in an empty Kenmore Village storefront. Photo by Dick Taylor
SuzanneG
March 25, 2019
Government

Steve Anderson 1998

Kenmore's first city council selected Steve Anderson as interim city manager in May 1998, and affirmed his full appointment as city manager in December 1998. Photo courtesy of the City of Kenmore
SuzanneG
March 25, 2019
Government

The First City Council

The first city council, elected in the spring of 1998 to guide the new government, became official when the city incorporated in August 1998. Members, left to right, are Tika Esler, deputy mayor Dick Taylor, Deborah Chase, mayor Jack Crawford, Chip Davidson, Steve Colwell, and Elodie Morse. Photo courtesy of…
SuzanneG
March 25, 2019