judy tuohy - At Large

at large - Judy Tuohy

Judy Tuohy was elected to the City Council November 4, 2014. Position 7 is an at-large position and Councilmember Tuohy represents Everett as a whole. She is the chair to Health & Human Services which includes housing affordability and incentives, increasing housing density, tenant protection, rental registry and loan program assistance, and co-chair to Safe Community which includes traffic calming measures, bike and pedestrian safety, police recruitment incentives, public safety infrastructure improvements and ARPA fund allocation for improvement. Councilmember Tuohy is liaison to the Sno911 Board, PLA Taskforce and Council of Neighborhoods.

Councilmember Tuohy also works in the following assignment areas: 

  • Budget and finance - city budget, revenue (taxation/fees), debt management
Council Committee co-chair appointments:

  • Health and Human Services: 1st Wednesday, 5 p.m.
  • Safe Community: 4th Wednesday, 5 p.m.
  • Budget: Semi-quarterly, 5th Wednesday, 5 p.m.
Council liaison assignments and mayoral appointments:
  • Sno911Board: 3rd Thursday, 8:30 a.m.
  • PLA Taskforce: Scheduled monthly
  • Council of Neighborhoods: 4th Monday, 4 p.m.

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  1. Pavement Restoration

    Pavement Restoration work begins May 15

    Expect street closures and significant traffic delays Read on...
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    Petco Love invests in the Everett Animal Shelter to save and improve the lives of local pets

    The national nonprofit has awarded the Everett Animal Shelter a $45,000 grant. Read on...
  3. Sorticulture garden arts festival image with brightly colored flowers

    Sorticulture returns to downtown Everett June 9-11

    The City of Everett’s annual Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival returns to downtown Everett June 9-11. The festival opens daily at 10 a.m. and closes Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. Read on...
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    Statement from Mayor Cassie Franklin on community safety ordinances

    This is a statement from Mayor Cassie Franklin on the two community safety ordinances that were approved by the Everett City Council. Read on...
  5. Active Connections Fleming

    Everett to build its first bicycle boulevard

    Work to construct a new north-south bicycle corridor will begin this spring. Read on...
  6. Gillig bus

    Everett Transit receives national award for climate action initiative

    Everett Transit received the Champion of the Challenge Award from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Authority for the agency’s Zero Emission Fleet Transition plan. Read on...
  7. 3on3 logo

    Major 3on3 Basketball Tournament Presented by Boeing Returning to Everett

    The streets of downtown Everett will become a basketball playground this July 15 and 16 with the second annual Everett 3on3 Basketball Tournament. Boeing is once again the presenting sponsor, with Amazon and Alaska Airlines joining as major sponsors. Read on...
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    City of Everett reaches $4.19 million settlement with pharmacies on opioid epidemic lawsuit

    The City of Everett announced a $4.19 million settlement has been reached on its lawsuit against several pharmaceutical corporations for their contributions to the local opioid crisis: CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Teva and Allergan. Read on...
  9. Speed limit sign on Evergreen Way

    Everett lowers speed limits on two major arterials

    The City of Everett will lower speed limits on two of its busiest arterials, Evergreen Way and Everett Mall Way, starting Saturday, July 30. The existing speed limits are being updated to accommodate increased development and pedestrian traffic. Read on...
  10. View of Everett from City Hall rooftop

    Community outreach project to guide City of Everett operations and priorities

    The City of Everett’s Mayor’s Office released the results of a community outreach project conducted earlier this year, identifying challenges, opportunities and priorities for the future of the city. Read on...
  11. Person biking on Hoyt

    Everett named bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists

    Everett has been named a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. The award recognizes the work the City has done to develop its bicycle network, making Everett a safer, more accessible community for cyclists. Read on...
  12. Everett 2044: Planning our future together

    City of Everett launches update to comprehensive plan, Everett: 2044, planning our future together

    The City of Everett launched its periodic update to the comprehensive plan which represents the City’s vision for the next 20 years and sets goals, policies and plans for growth and development. Community invited to participate. Read on...
  13. Mayor Cassie Bezos Academy signing at Everett Station

    City of Everett to host tuition-free Bezos Academy Preschool in 2022

    City of Everett announced a 10-year lease agreement with Bezos Academy to open a tuition-free, Montessori-inspired preschool to open fall 2022. This project came to fruition following consultation with multiple civic agencies and community organizations. Read on...
  14. Rethink Transit

    Everett City Council and Community Transit Board of Directors initiate joint transit study

    Everett City Council and Community Transit’s Board of Directors this week voted to conduct a joint study to explore in greater detail what a potential transit system consolidation would entail. Read on...
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    Mayor Franklin delivers 2022 budget address

    Mayor Cassie Franklin delivered her budget address and presented the City of Everett’s proposed 2022 budget at the Sept. 29 city council meeting. Read on...
  16. Everett Forward grant program

    City of Everett launches $1 million grant program to move Everett’s economy forward

    The City of Everett launched the Everett Forward Grant Program, offering one-time grants to eligible applicants with innovative ideas and solutions to move Everett’s economy forward. Read on...
  17. Aerial of Everett Mall Way

    Everett’s planning department launches active land use projects interactive map

    The City of Everett’s planning department launched a new interactive map to make it easier for the public to access information about active land use projects within the city of Everett. Read on...
  18. View of Everett from City Hall rooftop

    Fiscal Sustainability Advisory Committee’s final report offers recommendations for budget deficit

    The Fiscal Sustainability Advisory Committee convened by Mayor Cassie Franklin issued their final report this week, offering 24 recommendations for the mayor and city council to further explore for addressing the City’s general government budget deficit. Read on...
  19. NorthEnd

    Mayor Franklin issues directive on affordable housing

    Mayor Cassie Franklin today issued a mayoral directive on affordable housing for all with the goal of addressing homelessness and supporting housing stability. Read on...
  20. city council districts news flash

    Everett City Council adopts council districts map

    Everett City Council yesterday adopted council districts map A-9. Read on...
  21. Mayor edit

    Mayor Franklin’s statement in response to Boeing consolidating 787 production in South Carolina

    City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued the following statement in response to Boeing’s announcement to consolidate 787 production in South Carolina: Read on...
  22. city council districts news flash

    Districting Commission seeks input on proposed city council district map

    Everett’s Districting Commission is hosting six virtual community meetings in September for community members to learn about, and provide input on, the proposed city council district map. Read on...
  23. Grand Avenue Park Bridge at dusk

    Grand Avenue Park Bridge opens for public use

    The Grand Avenue Park Bridge passed its final safety inspection today and is now open to the public. Community members are welcome to visit using appropriate social distancing and face coverings. Read on...
  24. Everett CARES graphic_news flash

    City of Everett launches round two of the Everett CARES grant program for small businesses

    The application process for round two of the Everett CARES grant program will open on Thursday, Aug. 20 at 5 p.m. for small businesses in the City of Everett. Applications are due by Friday, Sept. 11 at 5 p.m. Read on...
  25. downtown mural

    New Everett-centric mural welcomes you to Everett

    There’s a new mural project underway in downtown Everett at the corner of California Street and Colby Avenue, one of several projects led by Everett’s art community this summer in a continued effort to solidify Everett as an arts destination. Read on...
  26. Open sign at Everett Business

    City of Everett and partners help small businesses prepare for safe reopening

    The City of Everett, in partnership with the Snohomish Health District, launched the Getting to Safe Toolkit to provide baseline recommendations, resources and tools for small businesses to prepare for next phases of the governor’s Safe Start plan. Read on...
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    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. Read on...
  28. Everett CARES grant program

    City of Everett to launch $1 million grant program to aid Everett small businesses and nonprofits

    Later this month, the City of Everett will launch the Everett Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (Everett CARES) Grant Program to support small businesses and nonprofits impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
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    Snohomish County united in response to COVID-19

    County Executive Dave Somers and Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin are declaring a State of Emergency for Snohomish County and the City of Everett, in coordination with Snohomish County’s Health Officer Dr. Chris Spitters. Read on...
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    Mayor Franklin delivers 2020 State of Everett address

    Mayor Cassie Franklin delivered her 2020 State of Everett address at the Economic Alliance Snohomish County’s annual event on Thursday, Jan. 16. Read on...
  31. City of Everett permit services notice

    Everett permit services hours change, effective Jan. 13

    To improve permitting and customer experience, Everett’s permit services counter will reduce the number of hours available to walk-in customers beginning Monday, Jan. 13. Read on...
  32. Noodle the dog

    Everett Animal Shelter to receive Holiday Wishes grant from Petco Foundation

    The Everett Animal Shelter was selected as a 2019 Holiday Wishes recipient by the Petco Foundation. The grant amount, between $5,000-100,000, will be revealed at the Petco Foundation Grant Celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 11 a.m. at Petco in Shoreline. Read on...
  33. open data

    City launches new open data portal

    The City of Everett has launched a new interactive online portal that allows community members to access data through the City’s website. The Everett City Council approved the acquisition of the open data platform from Socrata on Jan. 30, 2019. Read on...
  34. Riverfront

    More housing and commercial development coming to Everett’s riverfront

    At their May 1 meeting, the Everett City Council unanimously approved changes to the master plan for Everett’s Riverfront Development, clearing the way for construction to begin on the central commercial site. Read on...
  35. Everett Career Link

    Everett Career Link offers youth internship opportunities

    The unique partnership between the Everett School District and the City will offer internship opportunities to high school students looking to earn high school credits and gain insight into local businesses. Read on...
  36. Everett Fire Logo

    City welcomes new members to Everett Fire leadership team

    Following national searches, Fire Chief Dave DeMarco has selected three new assistant chiefs, including two external candidates. Read on...
  37. PUD cohort

    Everett’s wastewater plant awarded $60,000 for energy savings

    The Snohomish County PUD has awarded the City of Everett’s Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) $60,000 for their work on the Wastewater Energy Coaching Cohort program. Read on...
  38. ebus

    Everett Transit puts its first electric bus into service

    This morning, Everett Transit put its first all-electric bus into service. To celebrate, Mayor Cassie Franklin, Congressman Rick Larsen, and Everett Transit held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at College Station. Read on...
  39. Mayor edit

    Mayor Franklin delivers annual State of Everett address

    2019 priorities include quality of life, economic vitality and housing, transportation and mobility, and education and workforce development. Read on...
  40. 3-01-Fire station No. 2

    Explore downtown Everett’s rich history with new walking tours

    The City of Everett has launched two new walking tours aimed at providing historical insight on Everett’s development as a city. Read on...
  41. Gang awareness NR

    Join Mayor Franklin and Everett Police for Gang Awareness Day Sept. 17

    Community members are invited to join Mayor Cassie Franklin and Everett Police for an International Gang Awareness Day event on Monday, Sept. 17, from 6:30-8 p.m. at Explorer Middle School (9600 Sharon Dr.). Read on...
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    City launches new line up of Green Garden, Green Home events

    The City of Everett will hold multiple events this fall to promote natural yard care and green gardening practices that make yards easier to maintain and healthier for kids, pets and the environment. Read on...
  43. metro everett screen

    City of Everett ready to revitalize downtown

    The Everett City Council could take action on the proposed Metro Everett plan aiming to revitalize the City’s downtown area this Wednesday. A final public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday evening. Read on...
  44. philjohnson

    Upgrades planned for Phil Johnson ballfields

    Everett Parks & Community Services is planning a major renovation project for the Phil Johnson ballfields. Work is scheduled to begin in the fall and expected to be complete by summer of 2019. Read on...
  45. senior dog

    Everett Animal Shelter seeks volunteers for new senior dog foster program

    The Everett Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers for a new senior dog foster program that will help provide the best possible care for older dogs while they await adoption. Read on...
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    Everett and Mukilteo mayors complete Bike Month challenge

    Throughout the month of May, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson celebrated Bike Month with a series of challenges and a competition to bike the most total miles. Read on...
  47. DaveDeMarco

    New fire chief to be sworn in May 30

    New Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco will be officially sworn during the City Council meeting this Wednesday, May 30, at 6:30 p.m. The community is invited to attend an open house celebration on Thursday, June 7. Read on...
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    City launches new neighborhood notification tool

    The City of Everett has launched a new tool to provide localized information to community members in each of Everett’s 19 neighborhoods. The tool was developed in response to an idea shared by local neighborhood leaders. Read on...

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