Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations in Monroe

: There are a total of 18 EV charging stations within a 10-mile radius of the center of Monroe, WA.
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Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations in Monroe, WA

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Safeway

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19651 U.S. 2 Monroe, WA 98272

Hours of operation: 6am-12am daily

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Fred Meyer - Tesla Supercharger

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18805 US-2 Monroe, WA 98272

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily; for Tesla use only

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Walmart 5628 - Monroe, Wa

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19191 N Kelsey Street Monroe, WA 98272

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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Snohomish County - Evergreen Fairgrounds

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14405 179th Ave SE Monroe, WA 98272

Hours of operation: 8am-5pm M-F

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Nelson Johnson 201a

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20124 Broadway Ave, Bldg A Suite #102 Snohomish, WA 98296

Hours of operation: MON: 24 hours | TUE: 24 hours ...

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Sultan - Sultan Visitor Information Center

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320 Main St Sultan, WA 98294

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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First St Station

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1513 1st Street Snohomish, WA 98290

Hours of operation: MO: Not Specified; TU: Not Specified; WE: ...

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Albertsons 17520 Sr 9 Se

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17520 SR 9 SE Snohomish, WA 98296

Hours of operation: 6am-12am daily

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Lakeview Place

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1119 13th St Snohomish, WA 98290

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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Valley Supply - Woodinville

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8310 Maltby Road Woodinville, WA 98072

Hours of operation: MO: 12:00am-12:00am; TU: 12:00am-12:00am; WE: 12:00am-12:00am; TH: ...

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Koz Weaver Weaver Rd Middl

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1925 Weaver Rd Snohomish, WA 98290

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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Koz Weaver Weaver Rd Left

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1900 Weaver Rd Snohomish, WA 98290

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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Koz Weaver Weaver Rd Right

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1925 Weaver Rd Snohomish, WA 98290

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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King County Wtd Brightwater - 1

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22503 WA-9 Woodinville, WA 98072

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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King County Wtd Brightwater - 2

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22503 WA-9 Woodinville, WA 98072

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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King County Wtd Brightwater - 3

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22503 WA-9 Woodinville, WA 98072

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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King County Wtd Brightwater - 4

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22503 WA-9 Woodinville, WA 98072

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

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Amazon Go

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13209 39th Ave SE Mill Creek, WA 98012

Hours of operation: 24 hours daily

Electric Vehicle (EV) Incentives in Monroe, WA

Tax incentives and/or other incentives for drivers of electric vehicles in Monroe.


Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Inspection Exemption

AFVs powered exclusively by electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles are exempt from state emissions control inspections. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles that obtain a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fuel economy rating of at least 50 miles per gallon during city driving are also exempt from these inspections. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 46.16A.060)


Medium-Speed and Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Definition and Access to Roadways

NEVs and medium-speed electric vehicles are defined as self-propelled, electrically powered four-wheeled motor vehicles. NEVs may reach speeds of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25 mph. Medium-speed electric vehicles may reach speeds of at least 25 mph but not more than 35 mph. NEVs and medium-speed electric vehicles must be in compliance with the national safety standards in Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, section 571.500. NEVs are permitted on roads having speed limits of up to 35 mph. Medium-speed electric vehicles are permitted on roads having speed limits of up to 45 mph in counties consisting of islands that are only connected to the mainland by ferry routes. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 46.04.295, 46.04.357, 46.61.723, and 46.61.725)


State Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Availability

Publicly and privately owned EVs may charge at state office locations if the vehicles are used for state business, conducting business with the state, or as commuter vehicles. Additionally, contingent upon funding, the state must install electrical outlets suitable for charging EVs in each of the state’s fleet parking and maintenance facilities as well as every state-operated highway rest stop. The Washington Department of Enterprise Services may report to the governor and the legislature on the amount of electricity consumed and the number of EVs using state-owned charging equipment if it represents a significant cost to the state. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 43.01.250, 43.19.648, and 47.38.075)


Electric Drive Vehicle Fee

All-electric vehicle owners must pay an annual fee of $150 in addition to standard registration fees. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles with an all-electric range of at least 30 miles are subject to a fee of $75. Hybrid electric vehicles are subject to a fee of $75. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 46.17.323-324)


Electric Vehicle (EV) Road User Assessment System Pilot

The Washington Transportation Commission (Commission) studied the feasibility of transitioning from a fuel tax to a road user assessment system in the state. In 2012, the Commission conducted a limited scope pilot project to test the feasibility of this new system as it applies to EVs and published outcomes in a report. The Commission began a year-long pilot project in fall 2017. On January 13, 2020, the Commission submitted a report of findings and recommendations to the governor, state legislature, and the U.S. Department of Transportation. The state legislature directed the Commission to further study aspects of the road usage charge program, including:

  • The impact of a road usage charge, incentives, and other factors on consumer purchase of EVs and conduct a test with drivers to assess impacts;
  • Delivery vehicle fleets and how a road usage charge may be applied, identify potential impacts to fleet operations and costs, state department of transportation revenues, and conduct a pilot test;
  • The process for changing vehicle ownership and determine the possible implications and identify the process needed for reconciling a road usage charge owed between sellers and purchases of used vehicles; and,
  • Opportunities for achieving large-scale data integration to support road usage charge service provisions that could be offered by private-sector service providers and conduct pilot tests to determine the ability of services to support automatic mileage reporting and periodic payments services.

For more information, see the Commission Road Usage Charge Assessment website.

(Reference Senate Bill 5689, 2022)


Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Signage and Parking Regulations

A public EV charging station is defined as a public parking space that is served by charging equipment. Public EV charging stations must have vertical signage that identifies the station and indicates that it is only for EV charging. The signage must be consistent with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

By 2023, all public EV charging stations must also display all charges and fees associated with operation. Any person who parks a vehicle in a public EV charging station parking space and does not connect to the equipment is subject to a fine of $124.

By 2023, the Department of Agriculture must adopt rules requiring electric vehicle service providers (EVSP) to meet interoperability standards and offer multiple payment methods at public EV charging stations. EVSPs must report inventory and payment information to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory annually. Charging stations installed before January 1, 2024, are exempt from the rules until January 1, 2034.

(Reference House Bill 1287, 2021, Senate Bill 5192, 2021, and Revised Code of Washington 46.08.185)


Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Retail Sales and Use Tax Exemption

The sale or lease of new or used passenger vehicles, light-duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger AFVs is exempt from the state retail sales and use tax. Eligible AFVs include those powered by natural gas, propane, hydrogen, or electricity. To be eligible, new vehicles may not be valued above $45,000 and used vehicles may not be valued above $30,000. The tax exemption may apply to all or a portion of the vehicle’s value. The maximum eligible amount for used purchased or leased vehicles is $16,000. The Maximum exemption amounts for vehicles are as follows:

Purchase or Lease YearMaximum New Vehicle Price Eligible for ExemptionMaximum Leased Vehicle Price Eligible for Exemption
August 1, 2021 - July 31, 2023$20,000$16,000
August 1, 2023 - July 31, 2025$15,000$16,000

For more information, see the Renewable Energy/Green Incentives section of Washington Department of Revenue's Incentives Programs website.

(Reference Revised Code of Washington 82.12.9999)


Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Tax Exemption

Beginning July 1, 2022, 50% of the retail sales and state use tax does not apply to the sale or lease of the first 650 purchases of new passenger vehicles, light-duty trucks, and medium-duty passenger vehicles powered by fuel cells. The maximum value amount eligible for the tax exemption is the less of $16,000 or the fair market value of the vehicle. Additionally, all used FCEV sales and leases are exempt from the retail and state use tax. The FCEV exemption may not be combined with the Retail Sales and Use tax Exemption. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 82.08.020 and 82.12.9999 and Senate Bill 5000, 2021)


Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Snohomish Public Utility District

Snohomish Public Utility District offers residential customers a $500 rebate for the purchase and installation of qualified Level 2 EV charging station. For more information, see the PUD Electric Vehicle website.


Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Clark Public Utilities (CPU)

CPU offers customers rebates for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging station. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

Eligible Customers EV Charging Station Type Rebate Amount
Residential Non-ENERGY STAR certified; not Wi-Fi enabled $100
Residential Mobile connector for 240V outlet $100
Residential, Commercial, and Industrial ENERGY STAR certified; Wi-Fi enabled $500

For more information, including funding availability, see the CPU Residential Electric Vehicle website and the CPU Commercial and Industrial Electric Vehicle webiste.


Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in or near Monroe, WA

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