Comments Open For Compass Health Broadway Remodel And Expansion

January 23, 2022

Everett, Everett Government

The City of Everett has opened the comment period for the public to weigh in on Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the plan by Compass Health to expand behavioral health services at its campus stretching along Broadway between 33rd and 34th street in Everett, Washington. Here’s a brief of the proposal as listed in documents provided by the City:

Overview of area provided by Compass Health to City of Everett.

View of proposed building looking south from 33rd and Broadway as presented to City of Everett.

Current view from 33rd and Broadway looking south.

Artist depiction of entrance as presented to City of Everett.

Proposal will demo the existing behavioral health building and construct a new four-story, approximately 72,400 sf behavior health building as part of Phase 2. The building includes 69,950 sf behavior health clinic with an attached 2,450 sf ambulance garage.

Phase 3 will construct a new seven-story, approximately 70,200 sf, mixed-use building. The building will include 8,600 sf Outpatient Clinic, 10,900 sf administrative offices, 41,200 sf of supportive housing, and 9,500 sf two level parking garage. The supportive housing component includes 74 residential units with associated housing common areas and supportive services

An application for the proposed project was submitted to the Office of Community, Planning, & Economic Development on September 28, 2021 and was determined to be complete on December 1, 2021.

Written comments on the application are solicited and must be received at the Office of Community, Planning, and Economic Development, 2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 8-A, Everett, Washington by February 4, 2022.

Any person may comment on the application and request a copy of the decision once made. Appeals must be filed within fourteen days after the notice of the decision.

The City expects to issue a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) for the proposal. The optional DNS process is being used under WAC 197-11-355. This may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of the proposal.

The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes, and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared.

A copy of the subsequent threshold determination for the specific proposal may be obtained upon request.

You can click here to see the 29 pages of documents describing the plans to the City.

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