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Posted on: January 13, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Take a Video Tour of Mountlake Terrace

Video Tour Book

Take a Video Tour of Mountlake Terrace


MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — A video tour of Mountlake Terrace is now available at A series of four community videos highlight the City of Mountlake Terrace and provide a glimpse into this beautiful, friendly community. The videos include “Welcome,” “For Residents,” “For Visitors,” and “Economic Development.”

Completed by CGI Communications, Inc, the Video Tour Book is sponsored by ads from local businesses and community organizations. “Fifteen local businesses supported this project by purchasing advertising to provide these videos for the community,” stated Community Relations Director Virginia Olsen. “Some of the ads feature videos provided by the businesses and others have links to their company websites.”

In spring of 2016, CGI worked with the city to develop scripts for the four videos. Last summer, CGI sent a videographer to the city to gather footage and along with still photos provided by the city, the four videos were created. A community organizations page was added by CGI with links to their websites that may provide helpful community resources.

You can find the videos on our homepage at and find the movie projector icon near our social media links or scroll down to find our attractive custom “Video Tour” button next to the calendar and news tabs.

For more information on the video tour, please visit or call City Clerk Virginia Olsen at (425) 744-6206.


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