View shelter services, animal control responsibilities, and how you can get involved.
Check out Everett's offerings in art and cultural places, events, and information.
See information regarding the city's budget and finances.
Check out the repository for all official city records and receives and coordinates all public requests for records.
This department is responsible for enforcing various chapters of the Everett Municipal Code that address public health and safety issues.
The communications team helps create awareness about city projects and initiatives and responds to media inquiries.
The City of Everett offers home repair and renovation services through its Community Housing Improvement Program.
Find information about the City of Everett and what it offers for business properties and programs.
See information about Everett Transit operations, including fixed-route and Para Transit bus service seven days a week including most holidays within the city of Everett.
Learn more about specific shelter events and how you can take part.
The Finance Department works to maintain the public trust through sound financial management and reporting and promotes the efficient and effective use of Everett’s financial resources.
The Everett Fire Department (EFD) proudly serves the City of Everett from 6 fire stations and a central administrative office.
Learn about food scraps and yard waste, garbage and recycling in Everett, and household hazardous waste.
The Everett Office of Governmental Affairs works to provide advocacy on behalf of city elected officials, departments and staff members to advance the City's interests with state, regional and federal agencies.
The Labor Relations and Human Resources Department is a multifaceted office that provides support to the public, the Everett City Council, City Administration, Civil Service Commission, and other City departments.
The City Attorney’s Office gives legal advice to city officials and prosecutes crimes committed within the city that may be punished by up to one year in jail.
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