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Downtown Everett Parking Forum Tuesday

August 16, 2015

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On Tuesday afternoon the City of Everett will hold a public forum to reveal the results of a parking survey conducted earlier this month regarding parking in downtown Everett. In addition, people who attend the forum will be able to provide feedback on various plans including the possibility of bringing back parking meters. The meeting […]

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Everett Launches Downtown Parking Survey

August 3, 2015


What do you think of the parking situation in downtown Everett? Does it limit your trips? Keep you from doing business, dining or visiting downtown Everett? The City of Everett has launched a survey to find out what people think about parking downtown. Should the city consider bringing back paid parking? Should time zones be enforced later […]

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Everett Council Calls Time Out On County Courthouse Parking Plan

July 29, 2015


The Everett City Council has tabled discussion on an agreement between the City of Everett and Snohomish County for parking arrangements around the new courthouse complex in downtown Everett. Late last year the City of Everett and Snohomish County explored jointly working on a parking facility that would serve the new courthouse complex as well […]

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Plan Now For Downtown Everett Parking Crunch Next Week

July 21, 2015

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Starting next week if you visit Everett City Hall, Snohomish County’s Administration – Courthouse Complex, the Jail or Xfinity Arena get ready to park farther and walk further. Next week the parking lot on the north side of Wall street will be fenced off as work begins on a new Snohomish County Courthouse. The Snohomish […]

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Everett To Crack Down On Those Who “Re-Park”

June 3, 2015


Tonight the Everett City Council will get a look at changes to the city’s parking laws that will make it harder for those who “re-park” their cars in the downtown area to have overtime tickets dismissed by a judge. Currently people who park in a 90 minute zone for say 88 minutes, then “re-park” their […]

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