Putting My Experience
First appointed to the Council in 2019 after serving on the Parks and Recreation Board, Vignal was elected in 2020 to complete a partial term, and was selected by her peers to serve as Mayor Pro Tem.
“I am excited to announce my campaign for re-election. I look forward to continuing to utilize my Business background and experience to guide the City forward. The City is at a turning point as we build on the foundation of the past and envision what we will look like in the future,” said Vignal. “I am passionate about protecting and expanding our parks and greenspaces, and excited to be part of creating the vision for additional City owned property. As Mill Creek grows , we must continue to protect our quality of life as well as repair and maintain our aging infrastructure. I am looking forward to continuing the work we have begun to move us toward a more transparent and inclusive City Council and tackling economic development and resiliency as we begin to move forward from the pandemic. “
In addition to her service on City Council, Vignal represents the City on the Mill Creek Subarea Committee, The Alliance of Housing Affordability, The Joint Fire Board, and is the liaison for the Youth Advisory Board. She is also the alternate on the County Housing Affordability and Regional Task Force and Snohomish County Tomorrow.
Utilizing her degree in Business Administration, Vignal’s professional background includes over 13 years of residential and commercial property management experience, where she developed and implemented annual operating budgets totaling several million dollars, as well as leading capital reserve studies and estimations.
John Lovick, 44th LD State Representative
April Berg, 44th LD State Representative
Steve Hobbs, 44th LD State Senator
Jared Mead, County Councilmember District 4
Terry Ryan, Former County Councilmember District 4
Mark Bond, Mill Creek City Councilmember
National Women's Political Caucus
44th LD and Snohomish County Dems
Snohomish County Indivisible