Various Monday February 11th Snow Updates For Everett

February 11, 2019


snowEditor’s Note: We’ll try and list various updates here throughout the day – LD

6:49 PM: Everett Schools, Mukilteo Schools, Everett Community College and WSU Everett all have announced they will be closed on Tuesday February 12th.

5:02 PM: Snow coming down hard and also blowing. On the bright side look at this great photo sent to our Facebook page made by Danika Medley.

snow Orca

How great is this!

9:36 AM Update from City of Everett: As the snow kept falling last night, our Public Works crews kept at it! Last night they plowed another 761 miles and put out another 296 cubic yards of salted sand (and cleared a fallen tree from W Mukilteo Blvd!). They also added another rig to the fleet by adding a plow mount to one of our sewer and drainage dump trucks, so we now have eight plows working around clock!

With last night’s snowfall and more freezing temperatures, many roads have compact snow and ice, so please drive carefully! Crews will continue 24-hour operations until conditions improve (hoping mother nature gives our little corner of the world a break soon!). Following the Snow and Ice Control Plan, crews are working to clear major arterials, secondary streets, and hills, as well as responding to service requests as staffing and priority route conditions allow. Please contact our 24-hour Dispatch hotline at 425-257-8821 to report a road condition.

For more updates and information on City operations, visit

8:22 AM: For customers of Rubatino Monday, Feb 11th, residential routes are planning on running today. We will pick up double garbage but not recycling or yard waste today to make up for no service last week. Certain areas with hills and very icy conditions, service may not be possible. Stay safe out there!

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