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City of Carnation

Council Position No. 5

Dustin Green

Dustin Green

PO BOX 688


(425) 333-6562

Education: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - University of Washington
Occupation: Relief Driver - Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

Carnation has been my home for the past 27 years and it has been an honor to serve as your representative on the City Council. I have been dedicated to making your voice heard and am committed to promoting sustainable practices, Be Dam Ready awareness, preservation of open spaces, and balanced development.


I've also dedicate time and energy making sure that Carnation is well represenated regionally. I've served on the Snoqualmie Valley Governments Association, Sound Cities Association's Public Issues Committee, and the Association of Washington Cities City Action Days in Olympia.


Your concerns matter to me. As your representative, I will continue to actively engage with the community, listen to your feedback, and keep you informed about city successes, ongoing projects, and future plans. Please feel free to contact me anytime. I look forward to the conversations we will have as we shape Carnation's path ahead together. 

Jessica Merizan

Jessica Merizan

P.O. BOX 246


Education: Bachelor’s Anthropology/Archaeology, University of California Berkeley; Master’s Material & Visual Culture, University College London
Occupation: Executive Producer (Strategy, Experiential Design, Community, Program Management) at Microsoft

I’m a mother who knows how today's choices impact the next generation. Households like mine, which includes my aging mom, face challenges because leaders favored developers over neighbors. My priority is addressing growth responsibly – focusing on infrastructure and affordability – while protecting our beloved parks and outdoors. I’ll boost economic opportunities for businesses, festivals, and agri-tourism in our historic town, making conservation profitable.


As Parks & Planning Board Co-Chair, "Pride Picnic" Founder, and "Fourth of July Celebration" Marketing Lead, my goal has been a vibrant and inclusive Carnation. I’m known for my cooperative approach and commitment to getting things done. My vision is a sustainable community that better represents our diverse residents.


Endorsed: County Councilmember Sarah Perry; State Representative Bill Ramos; Carnation Councilmembers Adair Hawkins, Tim Harris, Kim Lisk; Sandy’s Espresso; Ixtapa; Morgan Henley; Bear & Bee Books; Mosaic Montessori; LS Landscaping, Barzen’s Blooms; Tienda Mexicana Mi Ranchito; +more!

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TTY: Relay 711

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