Everett Working To Make It Easier To Access Public Records Online

March 8, 2018

Everett Government

Got this in today from the City of Everett regarding easier access to online records.


A look at some of the records available. The city is adding more records daily.

The City of Everett has introduced a new online digital records center, powered by Laserfiche, to provide the community with easy access to public documents such as ordinances, resolutions, City Council meeting minutes, records by address and more.

The records center is designed for easy use, with detailed instructions on each page that will help users with the search process. The City will continually add documents to the site, providing a new level of self service to those looking for public records.

“We are committed to being transparent with our community members and excited to offer this new online records center,” said City Clerk Sharon Fuller. “It will provide easier access for the public to view City records online.”

The online records center may be accessed from the City’s website at everettwa.gov/digitalrecords.


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