City Clerk's Office

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COVID-19 update

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Clerk’s Office is currently closed to the public. Please see the City's COVID-19 operations webpage for additional information about current closures and news.

Beginning April 5, the Clerk’s Office will open for in-person appointments Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m. for:

  • Business license applications
  • B&O tax questions
  • Parking permit applications
  • Public records requests
  • Tort claims
  • Legal services
  • Special event applications

Masks and social distancing are required while in City facilities.

Click the button below to schedule an appointment online or call 425-257-8610.

The Clerk’s Office is committed to open public government and to serving you.

The City Clerk retains the official record of all formal meetings of the City Council, acts as the custodian of the City seal and official City records, and codifies all Ordinances into the Everett Municipal Code. Many of these documents can be found on our Digital Records Center.

The Clerk’s Office also oversees the business tax and licensing functions for the City, including Business & Occupation tax, gambling, admissions and utility tax. Additionally, the Clerk’s Office issues a variety of permits, including Special Events and residential and service parking, as well as animal licensing.

The Clerk’s Office is the point of contact for the public to request records. The Public Records Officer manages all public records requests on behalf of the city, excluding Police Department/Code Enforcement records.

Check out the Digital Records Center 

File your B&O taxes on File local

Apply for Residential Parking Permits online