Inclement weather updates

Page last updated Friday, Feb.15 at 9:47 a.m.

View the current weather forecast from National Weather Service and see below for additional resources. Scroll down for facility closures and changes to programs, as well as snow-safety tips (in our FAQs).

Please call the Public Works 24/7 dispatch line to share observations about specific locations: 425-257-8821.

Current operations and road conditions:


     
  • Conditions are improving, but there is still ice, slush and snow on roads. Crews will continue following the Snow and Ice Control Plan 24-hours a day until conditions improve. Crews plowed most residential streets in the city Wednesday. If your street hasn't been cleared, call the 24-hour Dispatch hotline at 425-257-8821 to report it and find out if the City of Everett should clear or if it is a private road. 
  • As of 8 a.m. Friday. Feb. 15, crews have laid 3,703 cubic yards of salt and sand and plowed 10,836 miles of streets. They also restocked the sand and salt supplies for upcoming snowfall or icy conditions.
  • Please clear snow from on top of and around any storm drains on your street to speed up drainage from snow melt and keep water from traveling where it's not wanted.
  • View the most recent list of priority routes plowed.

City facility closures and program cancellations:

  • Please call ahead if you are unsure whether a City facility is open.
  • Everett Transit routes 8 and 29 B are running on designated snow routes.
  • Parks and Community Services closures: Kasch Park, and Legion Memorial and Walter Hall golf courses are closed to community access. Other parks will remain open, but for the safety of community members and staff, restrooms may be closed. *See FAQs below for snow safety tips*
  • Please call ahead if you are unsure if a Parks program is cancelled or facility is closed.

Emergency responders:


  • We deactivated the Emergency Operations Center on Saturday evening and will reopen if conditions warrant it. Everett Fire is running normal operations, with fire equipment on snow chains.
  • Residents should use the non-emergency line (425-407-3999) to report incidents with no immediate threat to life or property. Please save 911 for emergencies.

Plan ahead:


  • For weather updates, visit www.weather.gov/sew
  • As the weather changes, clear blocked storm drains of snow and ice to help manage surface water and prevent flooding
  • Wet snow is very heavy! Be cautious of falling trees/branches and heavy, wet snow accumulations on roofs
  • Take steps to prepare your family and home for snow, cold temperatures and possible power outages. Visit the City website for resources: www.everettwa.gov/prepare
  • Know before you go: View Everett’s traffic cameras to look at the conditions at 36 locations across the city
  1. Numbers to call
  2. Resources & information
  3. FAQs

To keep 911 lines free for emergencies, please use these numbers: 


  • To report an emergency: Dial 911
  • To contact police or fire for a non-emergency: 425-407-3999
  • To report a power outage to Snohomish PUD: 425-783-1001
  • To report a road condition: Call the 24-hour Dispatch hotline at 425-257-8821

Other numbers:


  • Parks inclement weather hotline: 425-257-8399
  • For Everett Transit routes, contact the Transit customer service phone line: 425-257-7777