Scott Bader - At Large

At Large - Scott Bader

Scott Bader was elected to Everett City Council in Nov. 2023. Councilmember Bader is an almost lifelong resident of Everett, a graduate of St. Mary Magdalen grade school, Cascade High School, the University of Washington, and University of Puget Sound/Seattle University School of Law.  He has served on many different civic committees and board, most notably the Transportation Advisory Committee for well over a decade including multiple times as its chair, and also active in his neighborhood organizations. Councilmember Bader is also active in community organizations including scouting and his church, Our Lady of Hope. He practiced law for six years before going to work for the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle, now working as director of parish financial services. He served on the Everett City Council from 2012 through 2021, and after not running for a district position in 2021 was elected to an at-large seat in 2023. Scott and his wife Jeanette have three adult children and live in the Riverside neighborhood.

  • AWC Legislative Committee
  • Library Board – 3rd Tuesday 6:00 p.m.
  • PSRC Executive Board, Alternate – 4th Thursday 10:00 a.m.
  • PSRC Growth Management Board – 1st Thursday 10:00 a.m.
  • Regional Fire Authority Exploratory Committee

Everett City Council Districts

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    Statement from Mayor Cassie Franklin on City’s continued support of Everett AquaSox

    At the Nov. 29, 2023 City Council meeting, council members voted to authorize the mayor to sign two professional services agreements related to the Everett Stadium Project. Read on...
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    Mayor Cassie Franklin announces drug crisis task force

    The mayor’s new task force will bring together leaders and experts to address the escalating fentanyl and meth crisis and its impacts on community safety. Read on...
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    GeekFest West is coming to Everett this July

    GeekFest West is bringing unique shopping, cosplay, panels, workshops, gaming and more to Angel of the Winds arena and the streets of downtown Everett from July 19-21. Read on...
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    City announces call for artists for new Casino Road area utility box art project

    Local artists are invited to submit an application by March 1, 2024 Read on...
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    Public Works offers tips to prepare for winter weather

    Community encouraged to be neighborly by doing their part and helping others when possible Read on...
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    Mayor Franklin appoints former police chief, Dan Templeman, to senior executive director

    During the Everett City Council meeting on Dec. 6, 2023, Mayor Cassie Franklin announced that she has appointed former police chief, Dan Templeman, to serve as a senior executive director. Read on...
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    I-5/US 2 Interchange online open house #2 is live!

    Online and in-person open house opportunities begin this week! Read on...
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    Mayor Franklin appoints John DeRousse to be Everett’s new police chief

    DeRousse previously served as deputy chief and has been with the department for nearly 25 years. Read on...
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    Everett to start update process for its Hazard Mitigation Plan

    The process will include opportunities for the community to learn more and provide input. Read on...
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    Mayors urge Congress to declare access to mental health and homeless services top priorities

    This week, the U.S. Conference of Mayors unanimously approved a resolution urging the U.S. Congress and the Administration to declare mental health and homelessness top domestic priorities. 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...
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    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...
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    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...
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    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...