Neighborhood meetings are going virtual
In order to ensure social distancing to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, leaders in neighborhood groups are working to host meetings in new ways. In person meetings have been cancelled through April 24. Some groups are using social media to stay connected and share information, such as Facebook-live, Zoom or postings on social media. Contact your neighborhood group to find out if they are hosting a meeting in this way. We encourage you to check in with your neighbors, stay in contact using social media, phone calls and email to support each other.
You can find more information on COVID-19 coronavirus at websites for the Snohomish Health District https://www.snohd.org/484/Novel-Coronavirus-2019 and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html .
Neighborhood activities planned for 2020
Most neighbrohoods have prepared matching fund proposals for 2020. Activities will be delayed this spring due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Find out about those plans by contacting your neighborhood group to learn about activities and events. Volunteers are always needed. To let them know what activities you would like to support, find your neighborhood by clicking on the Neighborhood Map link at the right side of this page. Visit the web page for your neighborhood for contact information and attend a meeting. All are welcome!
Know what's going on in your neighborhood
Introducing the new subscription feature, neighborhood notifications, where residents can sign up to receive email and/or text news and updates specific to their neighborhood area.
Learn more and sign up by visiting the neighborhood notifications page.
Ways to connect with folks in your neighborhood
Everett’s a great place to be and there are many ways to get connected within your neighborhood! Several neighborhoods have Facebook pages, communicate on NextDoor.com and have websites. Contact your neighborhood chairperson to find out how you can get connected! Not sure which neighborhood you live in? Check our neighborhoods map (PDF). View the city map gallery for more maps. Find common ground, start a conversation, get curious about who your neighbors are and learn about their interests. You probably have something in common!
You can keep social distance and still:
- Walk the dog and greet people you see
- Stop and chat to admire neighbors’ gardens
- Create a phone tree to connect with neighbors
- Take time to meet and greet your neighbors as you take a walk.
- Offer help with grocery errands or pharmacy delivery