Metro Everett

What's New?

The Everett City Council is set to receive the city planning commission's recommendations regarding the Metro Everett Plan and city-wide off-street parking changes. The council has established a public hearing process that allows council members to focus on issues that gained the most attention and concern at the planning commission meetings. The public hearings and topics will be as follows:

  • August 1st (6:30 pm)   Historic overlays and Metro Everett
  • August 8th (6:30 pm)  Clinics/social services in Metro Everett
  • August 15th (6:30 pm) Off-street parking, zoning along Cedar and California, other topics
  • August 29th (6:30 pm)  3rd and final reading, final public hearing scheduled

After 24 meetings, the planning commission wrapped up their recommendations to city council on June 19th. Those recommendations were nearly unanimous, and followed extensive outreach to stakeholders and interested citizens over the past 2 1/2 years.

More questions? Email us at metro@everettwa.gov

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Planning Commission Documents
Memo to Planning Commission (6/12/18)
Memo to Planning Commission (5/30/18)
SEPA FEIS Addendum (5/30/18)
Resolution 18-03, Metro Everett Subarea Plan
Resolution 18-04, Comprehensive Plan Amendments
Resolution 18-05, New Zoning Chapters 19 & 20
Resolution 18-06, New City-wide Parking Chapter
Resolution 18-07, Code Amendments for Metro Consistency
Resolution 18-08, Code Amendments for Parking Consistency
Resolution 18-09, Title 15 Project Review Amendments
Resolution 18-10, SEPA Infill Exemption Amendments

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Metro Everett Overview


The City of Everett, in partnership with a wide and diverse group of stakeholders, is starting a planning process that will prepare Everett’s Metropolitan Center for future public and private development and growth. "Metro Everett" is a diverse and large area, over one square mile, and includes

  • the downtown business district,
  • Everett station area,
  • portions of the Broadway corridor,
  • and surrounding commercial and residential areas.

Everett’s population is expected to grow at an unprecedented rate in the next twenty years based on existing city limits. And with previous direction from citizens and from Puget Sound Regional Council, a significant portion of the projected growth is expected to occur in the Metropolitan Center. This planning process will result in a subarea plan for the Metropolitan Center and will address population, housing and employment targets, policies and potential land-use regulations for the area.