The Monroe Fire Department wants buildings to be as safe as possible in case of fire, to maximize protection of the people inside.
Our City Council plans for, and responds to, the growth of our town and nearby recreational areas.
Sky Valley Food Bank provides support for families and individuals who cannot afford that key basic necessity, food.
The YMCA, Legends Baseball and Monroe Football want to ensure that kids and families have safe, supervised and community-responsive recreational activities.
Take the Next step is a faith-based nonprofit that helps at-risk children, homeless and street-involved youth and adults, teen parents, veterans and others meet basic needs.
The Chamber of Commerce actively encourages and supports local businesses, key to a vibrant and attractive community.
What do they have in common? Their leadership all endorse voting “Yes” on the Monroe school bond. As do many local small businesses, former and current Monroe mayors, Sen. Kirk Pearson (Republican), Snohomish County Councilmember Dave Somers (Democrat), The Herald, and many more.
The huge number of signs on private property around town supporting a “Yes” vote is testimony to the breadth of support. At “voteyes4monroeschools.org” see how many people you respect have endorsed this, appreciating among other things that there will be no tax rate increase!
Good school facilities is a non-partisan, time-sensitive issue. It’s about doing the right thing for our kids, our local economy, and our future! It’s about community support!