From the City, these are the roads that got some attention before crews closed down for freezing temps last night, with a press release below.
EMERGENCY CONDITIONS NORTH END AREAS NOTE:
Major arterials are alphabetically listed and are No. 1 priority. Secondary streets and collector streets are listed by number and are No. 2 priority.
A. Hewitt Avenue – Highway 2 Bridge to Waterfront (be careful of planters)
B. Wall Street – Hoyt to Rucker
C. California – Federal to Broadway
D. Pacific – Eclipse Mill Road to Gedney
1. 37th Street – Broadway to Rucker
2. 35th Street – Rucker to Federal
3. Federal – 35th Street to Mukilteo Boulevard
4. Smith Street – 41st to Pacific
5. 41st Street – Rucker Ave to Riverfront Blvd
E. Everett Avenue – West Marine View Drive to East Grand
F. Broadway – North City limits to 41st/Also Interchange legs off Walnut and Snohomish River Bridges
G. West Marine View Drive – Pacific to Alverson Boulevard
H. Colby – 41st to Alverson Boulevard
I. Rucker – 19th Street to 41st Street
J. 19th Street – Walnut to Grand
K. Grand – 19th Street to 21st Street
L. 21st Street – Grand to Marine View Drive
M. Walnut – East Marine View Drive to Everett Avenue N. East Marine View Drive – Walnut to I-5 Ramp
6. 16th Street – Walnut to Grand
7. 10th Street – US 99 North to Rucker/Poplar to Walnut
8. 12th Street – Broadway to Walnut
9. 23rd Street – East Grand to Grand
10. Smith Island paved road
From the City of Everett Press release, dated 2.4.19 at 5:30 PM:
Street conditions as of 4 p.m., Feb. 4
Most arterials have been covered by sanders and/or plows at least once. Crews have started on several secondary streets, but are also still addressing
arterials where additional work is needed. A closure was requested by EPD on Seaway earlier in the day, but this area has been sanded, and crews
are in the process of reopening the road.
Street conditions have been addressed with varying degrees of attention ranging from multiple passes to only partial coverage, depending on need. Depending
on when an individual street was plowed/sanded, the benefit to the travel surface will also vary.
What’s happening tonight
Crews will continue plowing arterials until freezing occurs, which is expected tonight. Once snow freezes, it cannot be plowed, and crews will shift
to sanding and salting. Crews will also be responding to Dispatch requests 24-hours a day. Report concerns at 425-257-8821.
What to expect tomorrow morning
Crews will focus on getting arterials sanded and salted by morning and will then move into side streets and neighborhoods and address conditions appropriately
by plowing or salting/sanding.
Everett utilities office will be open for business, Tues., Feb. 5 during normal business hours. The utility did not conduct collection activity today
and will not collect tomorrow, meaning no water shutoff notices were hung on doors, and services were not shut off for non-payment. Customers are
encouraged to call Utility Services to work out payment accommodations at 425-257-8999.