Everett 2044

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Open House Scheduled

You are invited to join us as we plan the future of our city. An Open House is scheduled on Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022, 1-2:45 p.m. at the Evergreen Branch of the Everett Public Library located at 9512 Evergreen Way.  The comprehensive plan guides public policy to accommodate population, housing and job growth.  Get a chance to chat about the comprehensive plan update and talk with Everett City staff.


Thank you to everyone who participated in one of our three scoping meetings to learn about the project and provide public comments.  

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DateNotice typeComment period
Feb. 18, 2022Determination of Significance and Request for Comments on Scope of Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)   Feb. 18 – March 25, 2022  
Dec. 17, 2022Open House Invitation

About Everett 2044

The City's comprehensive plan is our "road map" to the community's vision for the future of Everett and is periodically updated to reflect changing conditions. As Everett's population grows, we'll be updating our comprehensive plan to layout the next 20 years: Everett 2044. Community members are invited to join us in this important work to learn, share ideas and priorities, and provide feedback.

The plan includes goals, policies and objectives guiding public policy decisions affecting quality of life including how land is used for housing, economic growth, transportation systems, utilities, parks, and environmental sustainability; how development regulations are interpreted by planning staff when options are available; and how public projects are designed, financed, and implemented.

Please join us to learn more about comprehensive planning and what it involves, view the project timeline and document library, and find ways to get involved including community meetings and surveys.

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