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City of Woodinville

Council Position No. 1

Michelle Evans

Michelle Evans

12467 NE 171ST PL


(425) 780-7324

Education: B.A. Business Administrations, University of Washington 1996, Masters Programs Northwestern, Duke & Stanford
Occupation: Business Owner, Founder + Principal Accelaris Consulting

Whether you’re a long-time resident or new to Woodinville, there’s one thing you’ve probably noticed: Woodinville is growing fast.  I’ve lived here for 14 years. During that time, we’ve seen traffic get worse while development increases with no clear plan to improve congestion, parking or connecting neighborhoods via sidewalks and trails.


Let’s work together to build Woodinville better. My goal is to build an inclusive and accessible 21st century city, making Woodinville a great place to live, work and play both now and for the next generation. I commit to be transparent, inclusive and responsive in representing all Woodinville residents and business owners. My vision includes expanding sidewalks, bike lanes, mass transit, affordable housing, park improvements and electric charging stations along with supporting business owners and protecting R1 zones.


Trusted and endorsed by: 45th Democrats, National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington and Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate.

Phil Mark

Phil Mark

13407 NE 146TH ST


(206) 718-0956

Education: BA in History, minor in Political Science, University at Albany
Occupation: Woodinville Councilmember Position 1, Radio and newspaper Sales, Marketing, Consulting

My family and I have been Woodinville residents for over 20 years.  I found myself passionately advocating for this charming, growing community ever since. Having visited many locales around the world,  Woodinville is clearly one of the best places to raise a family, and to retire and enjoy all the amenities. 


As your seated Councilmember in Position 1, my priorities are:  ensuring Woodinville is not selected for the next King County Transfer Station; managing quality sustainable growth responsibly; setting up an Emergency Preparedness program; being responsive to  constituent safety concerns; maintaining existing neighborhood zoning; work on  mixed -use trails and parks.


I am truly honored and excited to be part of this Council, and look forward to doing my part to fulfill the vision of Woodinville's 20 year Comprehensive Plan.  I respectfully ask for your Vote in the November election  to continue moving Woodinville forward!

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