Council of Neighborhoods

Council of Neighborhood meeting information

4th Monday of each month except for May & December in 2024: 

Meetings are held at 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. via Zoom & are Hybrid on the following dates: 

  • Virtual only: 
    • January 22
    • March 25
    • July 22
    • August 26
  • Hybrid via Zoom and in-person in the Weyerhaeuser Room in the Transit Center, 4th Floor: 3201 Smith Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 on the following dates:  
    • Hybrid dates: 
      • February 26
      • April 22
      • June 17
      • September 23
      • October 28 
      • November 25
  • Zoom Link
  • Join meeting by phone: + 1 669 444 9171 
    • Meeting ID: 886 0065 0569
    • Passcode: 208497

Agendas & Minutes


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About the Council

Want a glimpse of what’s happening in each of the neighborhoods? Attend a Council of Neighborhoods meeting!

The Council of Neighborhoods was created by City ordinance in 1990 and is made up of volunteer representatives from all active neighborhoods. Each neighborhood association elects or selects its representatives: two regular representatives and one alternate representative. Contact your neighborhood leader to get involved.

Meetings

The Council meets monthly except for May and December. City staff and elected City leaders share updates and relevant information with the Council, and neighborhood leaders share news from their communities.

The public is welcome to attend and observe all meetings. Citizen comments can be given at the beginning of the meeting.

Advisory to the Mayor

The Council is an advisory group to the Mayor, providing an opportunity for City elected leaders to hear the concerns or ideas Everett residents have about city plans, services and policies.

Apply to the Board Your application to serve on the Council will be forwarded to the neighborhood group where you live. Attend your neighborhood meeting to get involved or contact the neighborhood chairperson.

Neighborhood Mini Grants

Everett residents who want to foster a greater sense of community can collaborate with their neighborhood association to implement projects and activities. Together, residents can apply for city funds to help make life better in their neighborhoods.

Information on how to apply for Mini Grant Funding