The Lynnwood Convention Center provides permanent access accommodations under the guidance of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need temporary auxiliary aids or a wheelchair those can be acquired at the Front Desk, located on the Upper Level. ALCOHOL
The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) regulates alcoholic beverages and service. As the holder of the alcoholic beverage license, the Convention Center is responsible for the administration of these regulations within the facility. Accordingly, we reserve the right to refuse alcohol service to intoxicated or underage persons. No outside alcohol is permitted inside the building and will be confiscated.
Only service animals as defined by Washington State Law
are welcome at the Lynnwood Convention Center premises. Pets are not allowed. ART EXHIBITION
Rotating ArtThe Lynnwood Convention Center is proud to showcase art from local artists throughout the Convention Center. Art Exhibits are rotated twice a year and bring a variety of mediums from paintings, photography, and mixed media to contemporary quilting. Read more about our current exhibit here.
Permanent ArtThe Lynnwood Convention Center displays two permanent art installations at the 1st level entrance. “Spectra”, by local artist Doug Hansen, stands 35 feet tall and is created from an array of steel, fused glass and fiber optics. Can be seen just outside the Convention Center on the corner of 36th Ave. and 196th St. SW.
Just inside the 1st level entrance, guests can step onto Rick Mullarky’s interactive floor “Terrapixel” a 64-glass tile installation, generating a light display, commemorating the Convention Center’s state of the art design.
Outside the 1st level entrance, guests can view artist BK Choi's sculpture, "Love Your New Neighbor." This 12-foot, heart shaped sculpture is covered in jogakbo, a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. Choi's jogakbo has pink, blue, green and yellow in honor of Lynnwood's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission decals with the message "All Are Welcome."
Viewing the Art
public is welcome to come and view the
current art exhibit
Center regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. or when the
building is open for events in the evenings and on weekends. Visit our
for additional dates and times. The public is also invited to attend an Artist Reception where they will have the opportunity to meet with the artist and learn more about their work.ATM
The Lynnwood Convention Center does not have an ATM on the premises. There are several bank/ATMs within walking distance of the building.
BALLOONS, CONFETTI, ETC.The following items are permitted within the facility:
- Latex Balloons
Be advised that the following are not
permitted within the facility:
- Mylar balloons
- Streamers / Poppers
- Candles / Open FlameBUILDING HOURS
The Lynnwood Convention Center Administrative Offices are open during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM and when there is an event in the building past regular business hours. Unless there is an event being held at the center during the weekend the building will not be open. Administrative Office phone number is (425) 778-7155 or 1-888-778-7155.CHARGING STATIONS
Complementary charging stations can be found throughout the building on both the upper and lower levels at the provided workstations and soft furniture groupings
DRONES and UNMANNED AIRCRAFT
For proprietary reasons and for the safety of our guests and the building structure drones, unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS"), unmanned aircraft ("UA"), remotely operated aircraft ("ROA"), unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAVs"), and other similar devices, including Radio-Operated Blimps, are not
permitted inside the Lynnwood Convention Center. Due to the Convention Center's proximity to major freeway access points and interchanges, as well as to Paine Field, drones and unmanned aircraft are not permitted anywhere on the Center’s property including exterior walkways and parking areas.
DROP-OFF AREA / BUS SHUTTLE
Drop-off and pick-up location is located on the west side of the building. Buses and Shuttles should park in the back parking area of the Lynnwood Convention Plaza between the Olympic Spa and Chuck-E-Cheese.FIRE ARMS
Washington State is an Open Carry state and as a public building we do allow guests to open carry in the building. Exceptions may be made based on a particular event booked in specific locations within the building.FIRST AID
There is a first aid kit on the Upper and Lower Levels of the building. If you are in need of first aid, ask a Lynnwood Convention Center Staff Member for assistance. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
The Lynnwood Convention Center is the exclusive food and beverage provider. Outside food and beverage is prohibited.
EMERGENCY EXITS/ MUSTER POINTS
There are many emergency exits throughout the building. Emergency Procedures are available in print at the Front Desk. In case of an emergency, follow the exits to one of the three muster points outside of the building and wait for the emergency professionals to arrive. The three muster points are: the corner of 196th Street and 36th Ave, the corner of 36th Ave and 195th Place, and northwest corner of the building courtyard. HOTELS
There are thirteen (13) hotels that are located less than 2 miles from the Lynnwood Convention Center. For information about hotels visit the City of Lynnwood's tourism website at https://www.lynnwoodtourism.com/lynnwood-hotels/LOST AND FOUNDLost and found items will be held for thirty (30) days. Inquiries about lost items should be made with the Front Desk. Claimed items will be returned upon verification of the owner; however, the Lynnwood Convention Center will not be responsible for the cost associated with mailing or shipping lost and found items. Items will be donated to local charities after sixty (60) days. To inquire about a lost item, please contact us at 425.778.7155 or email@example.com.MOTHER’S ROOM
The Lynnwood Convention Center provides a lounge area for new mothers. The mother's room provides an optional, secluded room for mothers needing to pump or feed their child while attending a conference or event in the building. The private space, located off the lower level women's restroom, includes comfortable chairs, side tables and electrical outlets.PARKING
The Lynnwood Convention Plaza can accommodate 400 parking spaces. For large events there maybe overflow parking at an off-site location. Visit our Directions & Parking
page for details.
PRINTING AND COPYING
If you need something printed or copied the Front Desk, located on the Upper Level, will be able to assist you. There may be a fee for large print or copy needs. RECYCLING/ SUSTAINABILITY
Recycling is part of the Lynnwood Convention Center’s operating philosophy. The Lynnwood Convention Center recycles paper, cardboard, plastic, cans, bottles, wood pallets and more. Recycle containers are also made available throughout the facility. The Lynnwood Convention Center has adopted a composting system that helps reduce waste from our kitchen (we use 100% compostable items at our coffee stations).RESTAURANTS
There are dozens of restaurants within walking and driving distance of the Lynnwood Convention Center. Click here
for a map of restaurants in the vicinity of the Lynnwood Convention Center. SECURITY
The Convention Center premises is under video surveillance including meeting rooms, concourses and the parking lot.SMOKING / NON-SMOKING POLICY
The Lynnwood Convention Center is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is not permitted within the facility or within twenty-five (25) feet of any exterior entrance door. This policy applies to any vapor type cigarettes. Smoking is allowed only in designated smoking areas.WI-FIThe Lynnwood Convention Center has complimentary Wi-Fi for guests. Our public Wi-Fi network is “Lynnwood Convention Center” and uses the password Spring2022. This Wi-Fi is available to all guests in the building so connection speed cannot be guaranteed and may vary throughout the day.