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  1. Everett City Council holding weekly council meetings remotely

    The City of Everett’s weekly city council meetings will be conducted remotely to practice social distancing and help minimize the spread of COVID-19. Community members can access meetings on TV, online or by phone.

  2. Homicide in Everett

    EVERETT, WA – Major Crimes detectives continue investigating Everett’s weekend homicide.

  3. SNOHOMISH COUNTY FIRE COORDINATION CENTER

    Snohomish County fire service agencies are working together in their response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Collaboration started more than a month ago with fire chiefs sharing information in daily video conference calls with key staff,

  4. Everett City Council approves three emergency actions to help mitigate impacts of COVID-19

    Everett City Council today approved three emergency actions to help mitigate the health, safety and financial impacts of COVID-19.

  5. Chief Templeman responds to Governor Inslee’s order

    EVERETT, WA – Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman issued the following statement in response to Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Health” order.

  6. Everett parks gates, off-leash areas and recreation amenities closed until further notice

    Everett Parks & Community Services will close all Everett parks gates today in response to COVID-19 and Governor Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. Park gates, restrooms, amenities and active areas are closed until further notice.

  7. Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order

    Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued a statement in response to Governor Jay Inslee’s announcement of a “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order for Washington state.

  8. Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to Boeing’s announcement to temporarily suspend operations

    Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issues a statement in response to Boeing’s announcement to temporarily suspend operations in response to escalating COVID-19 pandemic.

  9. Mayor Franklin directs residents and business owners to stay home

    Mayor Cassie Franklin today issued a mayoral directive, directing all city of Everett residents and business owners to stay home, except for certain essential activities and work to provide essential business, government services or public...

  10. City of Everett launches EverettforEverett.com to help support local businesses

    In partnership with the Downtown Everett Association, the City of Everett developed a website, EverettforEverett.com, to help support businesses in Everett that are providing customers a safe social distancing option for purchasing goods.

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