King Tides Start Tuesday In Everett, Washington with Minor Flooding

December 27, 2022


Sand is available at 4015 Railway Avenue and across from Silver Lake Park,

Editor’s Update 12:30 PM:The City of Everett has two locations where people can get free sand to protect low-lying areas around their homes. You will have to bring your own sandbags and shovels.

To report urgent water, sewer, road or traffic control problems, call the City of Everett 24/7 dispatch phone number at 425-257-8821 and press 1.

To report non-urgent water, sewer, road, or traffic control problems (including potholes), call the City of Everett 24/7 dispatch phone number at 425-257-8821 and press 2 to leave a message or submit a non-emergency service request online. Here’s the link to the City of Everett Public Works Page with more info.

Wind gusts are expected to be in the 35 – 40 mile-per-hour range after 3 PM today and lasting at that level into this evening per the Seattle office of the National Weather Service.

Here’s the link to the Snohomish PUD Outage Map to check conditions or report an outage.

Workers cars were flooded near Seacrest Marine off southbound 529 near Marysville.

Washington State Patrol closed southbound 529 for about 90 minutes

West Marine View Drive flooded over from the 200 – 400 block.

Some drivers took their chances before Everett Police were able to close the road.

Original Post 9:30 AM info: It is supposed to be a wild weather day in Everett, Washington and if this morning is any indication the forecasters are right on target.

Everett Fire and Police were called out around 8:30 AM to the area near Seacrest Marina on Highway 529 between Marysville and Everett after fast-rising water flooded parking areas and low lying roadways near Seacrest Marina on 34th Avenue N.E.

Several employees cars were flooded by high water and a few climbed on top of shipping containers to stay safe.

Highway 529 southbound was closed by the Washington State Patrol to make things safe for Everett and Marysville first responders.

The highway reopened after about an hour and a half.

There were no reports of injuries.

Everett Police shut down both directions of West Marine View Drive just south of the Alverson bridge after flooding made the road impassable for most vehicles.

Some drivers did get stuck while others driving large semis and trucks made it through.

As of this writing (10:30 AM) Everett Public Works has the roadway closed between Legion Park and about the 400 block of West Marine View Drive.

No ETA for opening.

We’ll continue to monitor reports of issues and remind you that very high winds are expected after 1 PM in Everett and Snohomish County. Well will update as we get information.


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