Everett Art Walk This Week

Interested in Art? Everett has a monthly showcase for artists in downtown on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5 pm-9 pm. Oh, and it is free! The venues offer many varieties of art and are within walking distance of one another. Follow... Read More.

This Week Is Safe Paddle Week

The combination of the pandemic, opening up the state in the last few months, and the recent dry sunny weather, has resulted in paddle boards, kayaks and other human powered watercraft flying off the shelves. These... Read More.

Nighttime Boeing Freeway Closures Next Week

Nighttime closures of the Boeing Freeway – State Route 526 – are planned for Monday, March 22nd thru Friday March 26th.On Monday the 22nd through Wednesday the 24th, both directions of the Boeing Freeway between Seaway Boulevard and Airport Road will close from 9:00... Read More.

More Snow This Weekend – Warmup Next Week

Southern parts of the North Sound, primarily in Snohomish County, got a tease of light snow Thursday and Thursday night as flurries fell in the afternoon and evening. Other parts of the North Sound got little if any of the snow flurries.A more significant... Read More.

PREPARE FOR THE PINEAPPLE EXPRESS

This week is going to be yet another, slogging, soaker.  Much of the North Sound has already received over 70 percent of the entire month’s average rainfall and this week’s additional one to three inches of rain will add to that total.Mountain areas will... Read More.

Cooler Weather Coming Late This Week

Are You Ready?A weather system moving southeast from the British Columbia coastal region will sweep through the North Sound Friday. This system will usher in the coolest weather so far this fall and drop snow levels in the Cascades below pass levels.Stevens Pass at... 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.