How do I learn about proposed developments?
Some projects require notice be given. Notices can be sent in the mail, printed in the Herald or be posted on a "Pending Land Use Action" sign at the project site. The notice will describe the project, the project location, the applicant’s name and address, the project planner and their phone number and the deadline for submitting comments.

If you have questions regarding the proposed development, contact the project planner listed in the notice. You may also search our online database.

Not all projects require notice. You may contact the City of Everett Public Services Department at 425-257-8810 to see if there is an application for a building permit for a specific property. Online Permit Search

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