Results of the survey can be viewedhere.
The City of Everett is currently exploring the possibility of establishing council representation districts.
The City of Everett operates under a mayor-council form of government. This means that there is an elected mayor (elected at large), who serves as the City's chief executive and administrative officer, and a seven member elected council (elected at large), which serves as the City’s legislative body. The council has the authority to formulate and adopt City policies and the mayor is responsible for carrying them out.
What are districts?
While many cities in Washington elect all of their city councilmembers at-large, others have chosen to establish wards or districts, in which some or all of the councilmembers are elected by and represent specific geographic areas of the city.