The Everett City Council is the legislative branch of city government that represents city residents in establishing both policy and legislative direction to the administrative branch of city government for current and future needs.
Starting September 15th, 2021 Everett City Council will be moving to the Zoom Online Meeting Platform and will be taking public comment via Zoom. If you wish to provide public comment while the Council is remote, please do so by completing this form at least 5 hours in advance of the meeting start time. If you register and do not receive a confirmation please email us.
Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus), the council meets remotely every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. except the fourth Wednesday of each month. The fourth Wednesday regular council meeting of each month begins at 12:30 p.m.
Due to Governors "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" Order the public is unable to attend meetings in person, but may call in to 425-616-3920, conference ID 724 887 726# to listen to the meetings live. Please email all comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or complete this form to participate in public comment via Zoom Platform.
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Duties & Responsibilities
- Provides citizen representation for the City of Everett
- Gives direction to the City in identifying and addressing priority needs for the City through legislative authority
- Establishes policy direction to the Administrative branch of City government
- Promotes the economic growth and vitality of the City through local, state and national involvement on boards, commissions, and committees
Read about the members of Everett City Council.
Find information regarding city council meeting and public comments.
Read past and current agendas and minutes for City Council meetings.
The public may use this form to sign up to provide public comment at a City Council meeting on or after Sept. 15 via Zoom.
View videos of past council and committee meetings.
City Council districting was approved by Everett voters in Nov. 2018. Voters selected a total of 5 districts and 2 at-large positions.