Everett Hosting Public Discussion On ReThink Housing Thursday Night

January 27, 2021

Everett Government

A reminder from the City of Everett on another opportunity to weigh in on the future of housing in Everett, Washington. Here’s the invite.

The meeting Thursday night will be virtual.

Join City Staff on discussing housing in Everett. Learn about how we’re rethinking our housing strategy and join the conversation!

Rethink Housing is a multi-year effort to develop a community-wide housing action plan that will include strategies for addressing the housing needs for current and future Everett residents .

The housing need in the Everett community includes and additional approximately 23,000 new housing units are needed by 2035 to accommodate the expect growth. More information on the efforts for Rethink Housing can be found here. 

Learn about how we’re rethinking our housing strategy and join the conversation. Join the virtual Rethink Housing forum and chat series (En Español) to learn about housing and homelessness issues in Everett.

Virtual Chat Sessions: TOMORROW, Thursday, Jan. 28, 6 p.m.

Topic for Discussion: What do you need?

Share needs, thoughts and ideas in small groups about how the City’s policies could change to better support housing for everyone, including housing and sheltering for our homeless community. In our first chat session, participants will have the opportunity to share needs, thoughts and ideas in small groups about how the City’s policies could change to better support housing for everyone, including housing and sheltering for our homeless community. We invite members from all city residential areas, communities of color and underserved community members to share their points of views and experiences.

Click here to join the January 28 chat session that will be hosted on Zoom.



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