The Everett Municipal Court is committed to providing fair, accessible and timely resolution of alleged violations of Washington State statutes and Everett Municipal ordinances.
Learn how the Office of Neighborhoods in Everett, Washington strives to improve the residential quality of the city through improved communication between the City and its neighborhood members.
Explore the Parks and Recreation Department of Everett, Washington. Here you can discover the many beautiful parks and trails along with events in the area. learn where you can rent facilities and truly experience Everett.
Permit Services reviews permit applications for building and site construction in the City of Everett, including water, sewer, and drainage utilities.
The Planning and Community Development Department promotes the community’s vision to accommodate quality growth, consistent with the City's Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code.
Learn more about the Everett Police Department, a premier law enforcement agency in Washington State.
The City Prosecutor prosecutes misdemeanor crimes committed in the city of Everett.
The Public Health and Safety department coordinates City-wide efforts around public safety, criminal justice, and public health, including issues related to homelessness, mental illness and addiction.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the water and wastewater systems, surface and stormwater management, and street maintenance.
The Purchasing Division is responsible for procurement of goods and services on behalf of the City of Everett as governed by the City Council.
Learn about our city sewer system.
The Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett provides a safe and caring environment, with opportunities for continued learning, social interaction and medical services.
The Municipal Stormwater Permit is a requirement of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits Program in the Federal Clean Water Act.
The Streets Maintenance division maintains 290 miles of roadway, 270 alleys, 750 miles of sidewalks and walkways, more than 16,500 street signs, and numerous lane markers.
Learn more about the City's efforts to address street-level social issues in Everett, including homelessness, mental illness, addiction and public safety.
Transportation Engineering designs, funds, coordinates and manages transportation capital improvement projects, including oversight of consultant proposals and awarded work.
The Everett Public Works Department created a tree-planting partnership program between residential and commercial property owners. Since the implementation of this program, more than 4,675 street trees have been planted in more than 20 neighborhoods throughout Everett.
The Everett water system now supplies water to about 566,000 people or 80% of the businesses and residents of the Snohomish County through a network of local water providers.