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The city council and mayor made their redistricting appointments in January 2022, the commission must complete their work by Nov. 1, 2022. Community input meetings were held in 2022 (FLIER: ENGLISH, SPANISH, RUSSIAN)

2022 redistricting community meetings 

The Redistricting Commission hosted six community meetings for the public to learn about and provide feedback on the proposed changes to the district map. In-person meetings were  held in each of the five districts and one hybrid meeting for the community at large was also held.

  • District 1 – Sunday, Aug. 7, 1-2 p.m. Everett Public Library auditorium (2702 Hoyt Ave.)
  • District 2 – Monday, Aug. 8, noon - 1 p.m. Everett Public Schools Port Gardner Room A. (3900 Broadway)
  • District 3 – Thursday, Aug. 11 from 6-7 p.m. Harborview Park (1621 W Mukilteo Blvd.)
  • District 4 – Sunday, Aug. 14 from 5-6 p.m. Kasch Park picnic shelter (8811 Airport Rd.)
  • District 5 – Monday, Aug. 15 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thornton A Sullivan Park picnic shelter (11405 Silver Lake Rd.)
  • At large - Tuesday, Aug. 16 from 5:15-6:15 p.m. Hybrid:
    • In-person: Everett Station 4th floor, Weyerhaeuser Room (3201 Smith Ave.)
    • Virtual: Zoom information 

Community Meeting Agenda and Expectations Document  

Time-Line and Info

Click the button below to view the proposed redistricting map and data, and bring your questions and comments:

Click the tabs below to access meeting documents or to learn more about districts and the redistricting process:

  1. About the process
  2. District Commission
  3. Commission meetings
  4. Meeting  Material
  5. Community feedback

About the districting process

District Commission and map drawing: The 2020 commission and Districting Master Tony Fairfax completed their work in fall 2020. During the process the commission worked to develop a district plan and district map. They choose core areas of the city that lay the foundation for district boundaries. They discussed draft maps and the finer boundaries of the proposed districts. The commission worked to keep neighborhoods and communities of interest as intact as possible while following the City Charter and applicable laws. In September 2020, they engaged the community and solicited feedback to support the development of the final plan. The commission chose Map A-9 which was adopted by Everett City Council in 2020. View the final report here. See the history page for more information about the 2019-2020 process.

Moving forward

The City Charter and Washington state law require the City of Everett to develop new city council district boundaries following each federal decennial census. The next commission began meeting in early 2022 to select their ninth member, appoint a districting master, and begin evaluating and revising the city council district map based on 2020 Census data. The commission will also host public forums citywide and in each existing district. The final plan will be adopted by the city council by Nov. 1, 2022.

About city council districts

City council districts were approved by Everett voters in Nov. 2018. Voters selected a total of five districts and two at-large positions.

Elections: City council positions 1-5 became the district positions, and positions 6 and 7 have become the at-large positions.

2021 was the first election by district. Candidates ran for 4-year terms in positions 1-5, representing the new districts. In 2023, there will be elections for positions 6 and 7 for 4-year, at-large terms. Find voter and election information at