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Bothell City Council Unanimously Approves Grant Acceptance, Major Funding of Radar Navigator Program, through 2022

During the April 20 City Council meeting, council members unanimously approved accepting $780 thousand dollars in grant money to provide major funding for the Radar Navigator program through 2022.   Watch the Radar Navigator presentation to Bothell City Council, and hear questions and answers about this leading-edge program serving the community of Bothell .

navigator presentation video
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    Bothell Police Investigates Abduction; Suspect in Custody

    Bothell Police is investigating an abduction involving a firearm on June 15. Suspect in custody. 32-year-old victim treated and released with minor injuries. Read on...
  2. Bothell Police Seeks Community Input on New Technology

    We are in the process of drafting a policy regarding the use of remote operated aerial system (drone), and we'd like like input from our community. Read on...
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    Officer Recovers Stolen Birthday Package... and Much More

    Soon after his shift began on Tuesday morning, May 25, Officer Sands made an extra patrol loop behind a shopping center in the 22600 block of Bothell Everett Highway… Read on...
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