Boards & Commissions M - Z

  1. New Markets Tax Credit Advisory Board

    The City of Everett Community Development Entity (CDE), LLC Advisory Board is a volunteer board appointed by the mayor and approved by City Council.

  2. Board of Park Commissioners

    Find information on the Board of Park Commissioners, which meets monthly in an advisory capacity to discuss ideas for parks, playgrounds, golf courses, recreational programs and rental facilities.

  3. Planning Commission

    Read about the Planning Commission, an advisory commission that makes recommendations to City Council, the mayor and city departments on the city’s broad planning goals, policies and long-range plans.

  4. Public Facilities Board of Directors

    Visit the XFINITY Arena site to see the Board of Directors of the Everett Public Facilities District.

  5. Salary Commission

    The City’s Citizens Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials meets to adopt a salary schedule for City of Everett elected officials.

  6. Senior Center Advisory Board

    The Senior Center Advisory Board meets monthly to provide input on projects and events for the Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett.

  7. Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC)

    The Transportation Advisory Committee is a volunteer citizen advisory board which provides input and advisory direction to city staff and administration on traffic issues, traffic safety, transit service and transportation planning.

  8. Transportation Benefit District

    On June 18, 2014 after a public hearing, council adopted Ordinance 3386-14. This established the Transportation Benefit District (TBD) beginning on July 8, 2014.

  9. Tree Committee

    Find information about the Tree Committee, a subcommittee of the Everett Board of Park Commissioners which reviews and makes recommendations to the Parks Commission concerning the implementation of the Public Tree Policy.

  10. Vision Committee

    In 2004, Mayor Ray Stephanson appointed 32 volunteers, representing a wide cross-section of interests, to a Vision Team whose responsibility it was to develop a shared, comprehensive vision of what Everett should become in 2025.