Everett City Council is the city's governing body. Council comprises seven non-partisan Councilmembers – two at-large and five district representatives – who are elected to serve four-year terms advocating for Everett residents.
Together, the Mayor and Councilmembers establish policies, determine goals, objectives and direction for city services and adopt annual operating budgets for all City of Everett departments.
As a matter of open government and transparency, the Everett City Council strives to engage the public in a civil and democratic process. As the policy-setting and oversight body for the City, the design of the City's democracy as outlined in the Charter is that the legislative branch sets the policy, and the administrative branch carries it out.
The council meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Everett City Council Chambers, located in the Everett Police Department North Precinct at 3002 Wetmore Ave. Meetings are open to the public. In-person and virtual public comments are welcomed and appreciated.
To sign up for in-person public comments, arrive at City Council Chambers before the meeting begins and complete the sign-up sheet. For virtual comment, sign up online by 6 p.m. on the day of the council meeting to receive a Zoom link and phone number.
Please note that everyone is required to go through a metal detector before entering Everett City Council Chambers. Only City of Everett staff with proper credentials are permitted to bypass the metal detector. The public and city staff are permitted to bring personal items such as purses, bags and laptop computers into City Council Chambers.
Meet Your Everett City Councilmembers
We are proud to represent our community. Our Councilmembers prioritize collaborating with city officials and locals to create solutions that make Everett an attractive place to visit, work or live.
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