How do I get on Everett's Register of Historic Places?

Placement on the Everett Register encourages preservation of our heritage and honors those who have cared for Everett’s old buildings. Any person may nominate a building, structure, site, object or district for placement on the Everett Register; however, placement on the register requires owner approval.


Please see the Everett Register page for application information.

Everett Register Page

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1. How do I find what my property is zoned?
2. Do I need City approval to remove or prune a tree?
3. How do I conduct a business from my home?
4. How can I subdivide my property?
5. How do I get on Everett's Register of Historic Places?
6. Are rooming houses allowed in a single-family zone?
7. What are the restrictions on staying in an RV or tiny home in Everett?
8. Where am I allowed to park or store my RV or tiny home?
9. How can I learn what signs are allowed on my property?
10. How do I learn about proposed developments?
11. What triggers a State Environmental Policy Act Review (SEPA)?
12. Do I need a flood hazard permit?