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  1. 13 Everett firefighters quarantined after Coronavirus exposure

    EVERETT, WA – Over the weekend, 10 Everett firefighters were placed in quarantine at their homes after a co-worker became ill after their work shift. The firefighter sought medical attention for his illness, which included

  2. Rethink Zoning project moving forward

    The City of Everett invites community members to participate in Rethink Zoning, an initiative to update and simplify the City's zoning code. Community members can learn and share input by joining virtual forums on June 29 and June 30, both at 6:30 p...

  3. Everett Transit to resume collecting fares and reopen customer service center

    Everett Transit will resume collecting fares for all fixed route and para transit services and the Customer Service Center at Everett Station will reopen beginning July 1.

  4. Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to Governor Inslee’s new guidelines for state Safe Start plan

    City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued the following statement in response to new guidelines announced today by Governor Jay Inslee for counties to restart their economies.

  5. Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to City Council approval of emergency budget reductions

    City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued the following statement in response to the Everett City Council approval of emergency budget reductions, taken in response to COVID-19.

  6. Everett City Council holding weekly council meetings remotely

    The City of Everett’s weekly city council meetings will be conducted remotely to practice social distancing and help minimize the spread of COVID-19. Community members can access meetings on TV, online or by phone.

  7. Paving work begins June 15

    Street resurfacing is scheduled for several locations in Everett beginning Monday, June 15, and continuing through September. Crews will grind down and remove old pavement, install new traffic signal detection wires, and repave and restripe roadways.

  8. Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to inquiries regarding civil unrest

    City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued the following statement in response to questions regarding civil unrest in surrounding communities.

  9. CORRECTED - Criminal charges filed against former Everett officer

    EVERETT, WA – After an outside criminal investigation, the Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has filed criminal charges against a former Everett police officer.

  10. Arrest made in 2018 murder

    EVERETT, WA – Major Crimes detectives arrest a suspect connected to the 2018 murder of a homeless Everett man.

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