The City of Everett’s Community Development Division is seeking input on how best to invest future Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, which are allocated annually by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Read on...
The 9-member commission will work with a district master to develop a district plan, including a map of the district boundaries, and will engage the community and solicit public comments on the draft plan. Read on...
Most meetings are held at the Everett High School in the library. Doors open at 6:15 PM. The usual meeting day is on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM, except for July, August and December when there are no meetings. Confirm meeting location information by contacting the Office of Neighborhoods at 425 257-8717 or by email.
The architectural diversity of Bayside adds some spice to Everett’s cityscape. Bayside has fine historic homes and mill worker cottages. Family-owned businesses thrive alongside large, downtown firms. Bayside is home to:
The city’s 1st park, Clark Park
The Hartley Mansion
The restored Everett High School
Bayside has wide, tree-lined streets, a community garden and vistas of Port Gardner Bay and the Olympic mountains.
Many of the residents in this neighborhood were born and raised in Everett, but some are newcomers. Bayside is graced with a diverse population, which enriches the neighborhood with a wide variety of cultures, people and history.