District 7 · Headquarters & Detachments
District 7 Headquarters Office is located in Marysville, which also includes a full-service Crime Laboratory and the district's Communications Center.
The district currently has 14 sergeants and 113 troopers who are responsible for 6,327 square miles, including 853 miles of state highway, with an estimated population of 961,452 citizens.
In addition to the detachments listed below, District 7 has Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers from the Commercial Vehicle Division; Narcotics Detectives from the Investigative Assistance Division; and a Detective unit from the Traffic Investigation Division.
District 7 has one motorcycle detachment which has 6 troopers and 1 sergeant. The motor officers are also used for dignitary escorts throughout the state. Their primary focus is to enforce traffic laws on the interstate throughout the entire district.
Target Zero Detachment
The District 7 Target Zero detachment has 6 troopers and one sergeant. These teams work proactively in areas identified from detailed studies of traffic collision and other data to focus on the areas with the highest number of impaired drivers.
Autonomous Patrol Areas (APA)
The Island County APA consists of one detachment with a total of 7 troopers and 1 sergeant working out of our Oak Harbor Detachment office. The geographic area for this APA consists of all of Island County, except Camano Island, and the portion of Fidalgo Island between Anacortes and Deception Pass in Skagit County.
The Skagit County APA consists of two detachments with a total of 17 troopers and two sergeants working out of our Burlington Detachment office. The geographic area for this APA consists of the entire Skagit County area except for parts of Fidalgo Island, from Anacortes to Deception Pass.
The East Snohomish County APA consists of two detachments with a total of 18 troopers and two sergeants working out of our Monroe Detachment Office. The geographic area for this APA is from the SR 2 trestle to Stevens Pass. In addition, this APA has several troopers dedicated to patrolling Stevens Pass.
The Snohomish County Freeway APA is patrolled by 37 troopers and four sergeants working out of the Marysville District Office and the Silverlake Detachment Office. Snohomish County is a metropolitan area that extends from the King County line into the city of Everett, transitioning into a rural area close to the Skagit County line and onto Camano Island. Interstates 5 and 405 are the major arterials that move an average of 176,000 vehicles each day through the county. In addition, Troopers promote traffic safety on the many state routes that lead to the communities of Stanwood, Arlington, Darrington, Lake Stevens, and Marysville. Troopers assigned to Motors, Target Zero, and Special Operations patrol throughout our APAs.
The Whatcom County APA consists of two detachments with a total of 18 troopers and 2 sergeants working out of our Bellingham Detachment office. The geographic area for this APA is all of Whatcom County..