Bayside

  1. Special event notice: Naval Station Everett security training exercise

    Naval Station Everett will be conducting a security training exercise on Tuesday, Oct. 15. Read on...
  2. Planning Commission Public Hearing

    Public hearing scheduled to take public testimony and make a recommendation to the City Council for potential amendments to the Zoning Code regulations for "supportive housing." Additional Info...
  1. Notice of Public Hearing and Determination of Non-Significance

    An application by Housing Hope to amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map from Single-Family to Multifamily, and the Zoning Code Map from R-1 to R-3. Additional Info...
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Meeting Information

Most meetings are held at the Everett High School in the library. Doors open at 6:15 PM. The usual meeting day is on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM, except for July, August and December when there are no meetings.

Confirm meeting location information by contacting the neighborhood leader.

The architectural diversity of Bayside adds some spice to Everett’s cityscape. Bayside has fine historic homes and mill worker cottages. Family-owned businesses thrive alongside large, downtown firms. Bayside is home to:

  • The city’s 1st park, Clark Park
  • The Hartley Mansion
  • The restored Everett High School

Bayside has wide, tree-lined streets, a community garden and vistas of Port Gardner Bay and the Olympic mountains.

Residents

Many of the residents in this neighborhood were born and raised in Everett, but many newcomers are drawn to the neighborhood as well. Bayside is graced with a diverse population, which enriches the community with a wide variety of cultures, people and history.

Boundaries

  • North - 19th Street
  • East - Broadway
  • South - Hewitt Avenue
  • West - Port Gardner Bay