Everett Police To Address Pedestrian, Bicycle And Auto Safety

August 2, 2018

Everett, Police Blotter


Everett Police have updated their Facebook profile with this graphic.

car pedestrian

Westbound 41st street was shut down while Everett Police investigated the crash.


EPD Pedestrian Tips


EPD bicycle safety tips


EPD driving tips

Last month Everett Police began a bit of an education campaign on social media encouraging people to be aware while walking, biking and driving. They also advised that soon special summer enforcement patrols will begin.

Today a 48-year-old man was hit in a crosswalk at 41st and Rucker. He was taken by medics to Providence Regional Medical Center in serious condition.

Aaron Snell with Everett Police said the driver involved stayed at the scene and impairment did not appear to be a factor.

Last week Snell said an 11-year-old boy was hit while crossing in a crosswalk at 37th and Colby.

Snell advises the “Summer Safety Campaign” will be focused on the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers.

He tells MyEverettNews.com they will be working in the community to educate and enforce laws that keep everyone safe.

Here are the social media messages that Everett Police have recently released on their Facebook Page.


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