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City of Woodinville

Council Position No. 4

Mike Millman

Mike Millman

17255 135TH AVE NE # G510


(425) 381-1882

Education: Studied Fire Command and Fire Science Bellevue College
Occupation: Mayor selected by City Council 2022, retired Firefighter, business owner


Woodinville's been my home for 31 years. I am honored to serve as your mayor and councilmember. I'm steadfast in my priorities: continue to improve public safetypreserve the character of our neighborhoods, improve infrastructure, protect parks and trails, and maintain Woodinville’s outstanding fiscal health.

I’m a hard worker who is responsive, transparent, and pragmatic. Washington state mandates growth. To preserve your neighborhoods, we’re upgrading the downtown area. We’re addressing traffic: adding parking, roads, removing the abandoned railroad/trestle, adding two lanes underneath to alleviate our biggest bottleneck.

I’ve led efforts to enhance trails, add parks and connect us to the Eastrail Corridor. I pledge to not increase your property taxes, while adding resources and improving fire, EMS, police services. I humbly ask for your vote.    Endorsements: Congresswoman Suzan Del Bene, Councilmembers including Michelle Evans and Sara Arndt, King County Representative Sarah Perry, your firefighters, Redmond Mayor Angela Birney, and more.

Shan Evans

Shan Evans

17803 146TH AVE NE


Occupation: Executive Business Partner, AWS

My husband and I moved to Woodinville 7 years ago because of its unique character. For the past two years, while serving as Chair and Vice Chair of the Woodinville Public Spaces Commission, I have witnessed the rapid changes in our downtown with little input or consideration to our shared public spaces and greater needs.


Development and growth are inevitable, but the preservation of our unique city, local businesses, and natural beauty is my priority. We need a common strategic vision and public engagement to direct growth without sacrificing the character of Woodinville.


Our budget is not infinite so I will advocate for responsible spending to secure our future. We have the power to preserve our beautiful city while still creating opportunities for growth and advancement. I will give the people of Woodinville a voice. I respectfully ask for your vote. Endorsed by CNW and Former Mayor Gary Harris

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