Neighborhoods

Neighborhood meetings start up again in September

All across Everett, residents will be gathering in their neighborhoods again, now that fall is nearly here. Every neighborhood hosts different speakers and topics at their meetings. At the upcoming Port Gardner and Harborview-Seahurst-Glenhaven meetings, the guest speaker will be Mayor Cassie Franklin.  Valley View-Sylvan Crest-Larimer Ridge neighbors will learn about and tour of the 911 Emergency Call Center at the South Precinct.  Do you live in Glacier View? You are invited to join in discussion of current interests and priorities for the neighborhood as they re-activate their association.

Find your neighborhood by clicking on the Neighborhood Map link at the right side of this page.  Visit the web page for your neighborhood for meeting details. All are welcome!


Learn about Civil Discourse!

You are invited to participate in a presentation and dialogue about Civil Discourse. Its about having civil conversations even when we may disagree.

This session will be on October 3 at Cascade High School. Please check here for updates.

Know what's going on in your neighborhood

Introducing the new subscription feature, neighborhood notifications, where residents can sign up to receive email and/or text news and updates specific to their neighborhood area.

The City uses this feature to share information about road closures, proposed land-use, crime alerts, and much more!

Learn more and sign up by visiting the neighborhood notifications page.

Ways to connect with folks in your neighborhood

Everett's a great place to be and there are many ways to get connected with your neighborhood! Many neighborhoods have Facebook pages, communicate on NextDoor.com and have websites. Contact your neighborhood chairperson to find out how you can get connected! Not sure which neighborhood you live in? Check our neighborhoods map (PDF). View the city map gallery for more maps.

Walk the dog, stop and chat, admire neighbors' gardens and landscapes, invite neighbors to a potluck, put on a chalk art contest for kids on your block, create a tool bank to share tools among neighbors, invite people to swap recipes or plants. Find common ground, start a conversation, get curious about who your neighbors are and learn about their interests.

Purpose

The Office of Neighborhoods works to enhance residential quality of life in the City of Everett through 19 neighborhood associations. Through improved communication and coordination, the Office of Neighborhoods:

  • Creates a positive working relationship between the City and its neighborhood residents
  • Facilitates communication between neighborhoods regarding common concerns
  • Fosters cooperation and consensus among diverse interests within neighborhoods