As a precaution against spreading COVID-19, the City will be conducting Historical Commission meetings remotely. Due to the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” Order, we are not able to provide a place for community to gather to view or attend the Historical Commission meeting.
The next virtual meeting for Historical Commission is scheduled on January 26, 2021 at 6:30 pm.
Remote Public Meeting Guidelines and Procedures
The City of Everett uses Microsoft TEAMS to conduct public meetings. The public can access via phone, or online using the TEAMS App.
To listen to the public meeting, call the conference call line (425-616-3920) and enter the ID# (807 248 968#) of the meeting. All external calls will be muted during the presentations. At the appropriate time, the Historical Commission Chair will open the meeting to public comments. Those wishing to speak may unmute their phones by entering *6 when their phone number is called. Speakers will need to state their name and address as introduction.
If you have a computer/smartphone/tablet and an Internet connection you can join via Microsoft Teams.
Follow this meeting link as early as 15 minutes before the meeting starts. It will open in a browser. You can choose to follow the instructions on that webpage to install the Teams app or join from the browser.
Once you are in the meeting, please mute your microphone. Please keep mic muted until the Historical Commission Chair opens the period for public comments. If you do not have a headset with microphone, or are unsure if your computer has an integrated microphone, you may also call in using the conference call line and enter the ID# of the meeting.
- 6:30 p.m.
- The 4th Tuesday of every month
- Please note new location:
William E. Moore Historic City Hall Conference Room
3002 Wetmore Avenue, 1st Floor
- Topics relating to the conservation of the city’s historic resources
- Promotion of civic historical awareness
All meetings are open to the public.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
The Everett Historical Commission is made up of 9 commissioners and 2 alternates who are appointed by the mayor and approved by City Council. These commissioners are responsible for the Everett Historic Preservation Program.
- Neil Anderson
- Laura Cameron-Behee
- Thomas Feeney
- Steve Fox, Chair
- Patrick Hall
- Amelia Hieb
- Glenn Hunter
- Arnold Morrison
- Andrea Tucker
- Dave Ramstad, Alternate
- Aria Jayne, Alternate
About the Historical Commission
The Historical Commission advises the city on matters of history and historic preservation.
- Nominating properties to the Everett Register of Historic Places
- Reviewing State and National Register nominations
- Approving projects for Special Valuation tax benefits
- Providing design review in the Historic Overlay Zone
- Sponsoring workshops
- Publishing books and brochures on Everett heritage