EVERETT, Wash. – Expect street closures and traffic delays on Monday, April 4 for the memorial service for Officer Dan Rocha. The memorial will be held on Monday, April 4 at 1 p.m. at, Angel of the Winds Arena located at 2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett WA 98201. The service will be open to the public and the doors open at noon.
A procession will precede Officer Rocha’s memorial service. The procession will significantly affect traffic along its path from approximately 10:30 a.m. until approximately noon. Road closures around the arena will also be in place on Sunday, April 3 and Monday, April 4.
The procession will start at 1302 SE Everett Mall Way shortly after 11 a.m. and will travel westbound on SE Everett Mall Way to Evergreen Way. It will then travel northbound on Evergreen Way and stay on northbound Rucker Avenue until it reaches downtown. Once downtown, various parts of the procession will break off into different downtown streets, heading to the Angel of the Winds Arena.
If the community would like to show their support, we encourage them to line the streets along SE Everett Mall Way, Evergreen Way, and Rucker Ave.
Road and parking closures
Sunday, April 3 starting at 10 p.m.:
- Wall Street closed between Oakes Avenue and Broadway
- Lombard Avenue closed between Pacific Avenue and Wall Street
Monday, April 4 starting at 8 a.m.:
- Wall Street closed between Wetmore Avenue and Broadway
- Wall Street closed between Broadway Avenue and McDougall Avenue
- Hewitt Avenue closed between Wetmore Avenue and Broadway
- Rockefeller Avenue closed between Wall Street and California Avenue
- Oakes Avenue closed between Wall Street and California Avenue
- 2700 block of Oakes Avenue closed
- 2800 block of Lombard Avenue closed
Due to street closures, public parking will not be available in designated areas. Traffic Engineering staff will be taking calls for any special considerations like temporary disabled stalls just outside the closed area. Please call 425-257-8887 for special considerations.
View a map of the road closures at everettwa.gov/RochaMemorialMap and learn more about the memorial and service for Officer Dan Rocha at everettwa.gov/police.