Local Safety Links

Factual information about the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) otherwise known as coronavirus and COVID-19.

Snohomish County Health District

U.S. Centers for Disease Control

Informational links to help keep your family and neighborhood safe!

Once a month, citizens have the opportunity to meet for coffee with the police chief (of course, anytime you have a question or concern you can contact the police department directly.)  “Coffee with the Chief” takes place on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm at Hanky Pies coffee shop, corner of Stanley St. and Cascade Ave.

The Granite Falls community has an electronic sign at the State Route 92 entrance into town.  The sign has been in the works for more than two years, and will serve as a communication tool for the City, Fire District, and School District.  Examples of announcements include:  burn bans, flooding, school closures, special school events, City and community events.

Electronic sign

Granite Falls Fire District #17 is on 116 S. Granite across from Key Bank.  Chief Jim Haverfield can be reached at 691-7177.

Granite Falls Police (operating through contract with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office) is located 205 S. Granite, across the street from City Hall.  The phone number is 691-6611.

Granite Falls Area Neighborhood Watch
Started in May, 2014, monthly meetings and periodic community training for those interested in, or currently participating in Neighborhood Watch.  The presentation and handouts from the May 19 meeting are posted below.

Facebook Groups

Facebook offers a platform for neighbors to connect in a private group.  Locally, there are several such groups, including:

Bogart Meadows HOA Group

Granite Falls, WA Discussion Board

Granite Falls Crime and Community Group 

Lake Alyson Neighborhood Group

Snohomish County Crime and Community Group

OPPORTUNITY BLOCKING GRAPHIC!   Block opportunities for criminals to commit crimes.