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Days Inn Everett To Be Purchased By Snohomish County For Bridge Housing For Those Experiencing Homelessness

August 8, 2022

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For the last year more than 100 people who have had no housing have received vouchers to stay temporarily at the Days Inn at 1602 SE Everett Mall Way. Today Snohomish County announced it is buying the hotel in south Everett, Washington and will convert it to bridge housing for people experiencing homelessness and also […]

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Meeting On Silver Lake Loop Trail Improvements Thursday

August 3, 2022

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If you’re interested in what will be happening over the next year in and around Silver Lake in south Everett then you’ll want to attend this meeting Thursday August 4th.   Project update community meeting Virtual community meeting for project updates for planned improvements at Thornton A. Sullivan Park and progress toward the Silver Lake […]

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National Night Out In Everett

August 2, 2022

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There were fewer events with smaller crowds than pre-pandemic but several neighborhoods did participate across Everett, Washington Tuesday night. Here’s a sampling of photos from some of the neighborhood gatherings. (We weren’t able to get to them all). Click photo to enlarge.

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On Saturday Speed Limits Will Drop On Evergreen Way And Everett Mall Way

July 27, 2022

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The final approvals are in and speed limits on two major roadways in south Everett will be lowered. Here are the details from the city.  The City of Everett will lower speed limits on two of its busiest arterials, Evergreen Way and Everett Mall Way, starting Saturday, July 30. The existing speed limits are being […]

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Initial Meeting Set Thursday As Everett’s Third Pallet Shelter Project Proposed For City-Owned Land At Glenwood and Sievers-Duecy

July 20, 2022

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Everett’s first pallet shelter project behind the Everett Gospel Mission in the 3700 block of Smith Avenue has been successful, recently doubling in size to 40 Pallet Shelters.   A second smaller pallet shelter project is undergoing review. Known as Faith Family Village it will be located at 6708 Candy Road. Here’s a brief description. […]

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Nurses At Providence Ask Everett City Council To Order Hazard Pay Due To Staffing Shortage

July 13, 2022

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Multiple nurses who say they work at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett addressed the Everett City Council Wednesday night and asked the council to mandate Providence pay hazard pay due to a staffing shortage. Many speakers said the staffing shortage is extreme. While they say there has long been a shortage of nurses, the […]

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