It’s A Stay Home Saturday In Everett

February 9, 2019


As promised another round of snow came through overnight and this was the scene at our HQ at 7 AM this morning.


A look at central Everett at 7 AM Saturday morning


Everett Fire Chief Dave DeMarco (l) and Everett Police Sergeant Craig Davis (r) talk as the snowfall picked up Friday.

You know the drill by now. Stay off the roads if you can. There is a pretty good sheet of ice under that snow in most parts of Everett. City crews have been out all night working the main roads.

At the south police precinct the City of Everett Emergency Operations Center has been activated and Everett Fire Operations have also activated their Fire Operations Center. Additional 2-person crews are staffing 4 wheel drive pickups to supplement aid crews and firefighters and be able to respond to hard to access areas. Here are links to city services and other information that may be useful for you over the next couple of days.

Emergency services. Call 911 for life-threatening emergencies. For all other situations, call the non-emergency number at 425-407-3999. A high call volume is expected throughout the storm, emergency services will respond to high priority calls. Both Police and Fire have resources available for use during the storm.

City of Everett:
Everett Transit Customer Service: 425-257-7777
Priority routes:
Roads: 24-hour Dispatch 425-257-8821
Roads online request:
Snow & Ice Response Plan:
Traffic cameras:
Cold Weather Shelter: Call 211
Snohomish County:
Priority routes:
Road closure:
Snow & Ice Response Plan:
SnoPUD Outage Map:
Weather updates:
Traffic & road conditions:
Snow & Ice Response Plan:

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