Tulalip Tribes

Welcome, friends and neighbors; we are the Tulalip (pronounced Tuh’-lay-lup) Tribes, successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish and other allied tribes and bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott. Our tribal population is about 4,000 and growing, with 2,500 members residing on the 22,000 acre Tulalip Indian Reservation located north of Everett and the Snohomish River and west of Marysville, Washington.

For more information, please explore our website and visit our Tulalip Visitors' Guide.

Construction Notice

Summit Avenue & E. Marine View Drive Construction Project

Work is schedule to begin March 21st on a construction project in your area. The Tulalip Tribes contractor will be installing a segment of water transmission line as part of the Tulalip Water Pipeline project.

** Please see document for more details (PDF download).

116TH Street NE Overpass Demolition

Work to demolish the old 116th Street NE overpass is schedule for the next two weekends (April 8th – April 10th and April 15th – April 17th). This work will require lane closures and rerouting of overpass and freeway traffic.

** For more information about the closure see the public notice (PDF download).

I-5/116th St NE Interchange Improvements

The 116th Street / I-5 interchange traffic volumes on the off ramps and on 116th St NE is reducing mobility and causing significant delays during peak hours. Regional growth is expected to increase congestion even further. Current traffic conditions warrant the replacement of the existing overpass with a wider bridge carrying more through and turn lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks across I-5 to improve the interchange operations. The anticipated completion of the project will be in fall 2016. Stay informed by visiting the project website at: http://projects.tulaliptribes-nsn.gov/116th-interchange.

For All Media Inquiries, Contact:

Francesca Hillery
Public Affairs Officer
Tulalip Tribes
(360) 913-2646

Marysville/Tulalip Community Recovery

The Marysville/Tulalip Community Recovery Team has launched an official Marysville/Tulalip United website. Following the tragic events of October 24th at the Marysville Pilchuck High School, the Marysville/Tulalip United website contains listings of community events and trainings, resources, and referrals for those needing help for themselves and loved ones. It is a joint collaboration between the Tulalip Tribes, the City of Marysville, and the Marysville School District.

Tulalip Tribes Public Service Announcements

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