JOBS JOBS AND MORE JOBS FOR EVERETT

COVID 19 has affected many aspects of everyone’s lives, from health to recreation to business and employment. But as Snohomish County continues to work towards improving public health and safety, job opportunities are beginning to flow back into the picture. Amazon, headquartered in Seattle, opened... Read More.

HISTORIC EVERETT FIRE STATION #2 BEING RESTORED

The historic Everett Fire station in downtown Everett, located at 2801 Oakes Avenue is undergoing renovations to become the Everett Fire Department’s new headquarters. The project is expected to be completed in March 2021, and will house 23 fire department employees, eight of whom... Read More.

EVERETT WINTERTIDE CELEBRATION

RAIN, SLEET, SNOW OR HAIL WILL NOT STOP SANTA, RUDOLPH, AND THE REINDEER GET OUT TO EVERETT’S WINTERTIDE CELRBATION  Yes, it has been a challenging year.  But Americans are strong and resilient all the way to the North Pole! There are so many family fun activities... Read More.

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE 787 IN EVERETT

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE 787 IN EVERETT   Since July, rumors have flown about Boeing’s 787’s future in Everett.  Over the last few days, many media outlets have been speculating about rumors and leaks.  Here are the facts after they became public following Boeing’s board meeting... Read More.

Downtown Everett Construction This Week

If you travel in the downtown Everett area, here’s a reminder that may affect your commute. The City of Everett is doing a major utility upgrade at the corner of Colby Avenue and 37th Street. That work will necessitate a round-the-clock closure of that... Read More.

Everett COHO Derby

The Everett Salmon Association also known as the Everett Coho Derby is holding its 27th annual Everett Coho Derby on Saturday, September 19 and Sunday September 20. This year’s event will have two weigh-in locations;... Read More.

EVERETT DISTRICTING PUBLIC COMMENT MEETINGS

YOUR FINAL CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD ABOUT EVERETT’S DISTRICTING In 2018, Everett voters approved Proposition One to change the Everett City Council’s governing body to a district system. This would change the current council from seven at large members to five members who... Read More.