Silver Lake

About Silver Lake

The Silver Lake neighborhood gets its name from its close proximity to Silver Lake. It is located at the southernmost tip of the city of Everett on the eastern border of I-5.

The neighborhood is comprised of single-family homes, apartments, condos and neighborhood businesses.  The neighborhood association is active, and hosts guest speakers on topics of interest to area residents and business owners. Neighbors hold work parties and events, including beautification plantings around the lake and the National Night Out event in August. 

Boundaries

  • North - 100th Place South East
  • East - Lowell-Larimer Road
  • South - 132nd Street South East
  • West - Interstate 5

Approximate boundaries for the neighborhood are I-5 on the west, 132nd Street on the south, the terminus of 19th Avenue (SR-527) and Bothell-Everett Highway on the north, and 35th Avenue on the east. A large portion of the neighborhood is in unincorporated Snohomish County.

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Meeting Information

The Silver Lake neighborhood association meets at 7 p.m. on the 4th Tuesday of every month, except for June, July, August and December. Special meetings are called as events dictate. 

Where

Neighborhood meetings are held at Monroe Elementary School at 10901 27th Ave SE in the library.