About Everett, WA

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Everett is the largest city, and county seat, in Snohomish County, Washington. The mid-sized city lies just 25 miles north of Seattle and has a population of 103,019.

 
 

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Everett History

The land that is now Everett was surrendered to the United States in the Treaty of Point Elliot in 1855. Permanent settlement by did not begin (by those of European descent) until 1861. However, planning for the town did not begin until 1890. Everett was officially incorporated on May 4, 1893. Learn more about Everett history:

 

Everett Weather

Typical of cities in the Pacific Northwest, Everett has only around 160 sunny days per year. The city receives about 55 inches of precipitation (rain and snow) per year. Learn more about Everett weather:

 

Everett Transportation

Bus service in Everett is provided by Everett Transit and Community Transit. Service to nearby Seattle is provided by Sound Transit via commuter train and bus. Amtrak and Greyhound stations also provide transportation within and outside the city. Learn more about Everett Transportation:

 

Cost of Living in Everett

While the cost of living in Everett is equal to the Washington state average, it is 12.5% greater than the U.S. national average. See how far your budget will stretch in Everett:

 

Everett Schools

Public schools in Everett are run by Everett School District and Mukilteo School District. Everett also contains several colleges and universities. Learn more about Everett schools:

 

Everett Hospitals

Providence Regional Medical Center is a general medical and surgical facility in Everett. This facility has been recognized for its high performance in heart failure treatments. If you’re planning a move to Everett, be sure to know the medical resources available to you:

 

Everett Real Estate

The average listing price of a home in Everett is $316,954. However, prices vary by neighborhood, with more popular neighborhoods costing a bit more. Browse Everett local real estate listings and find the right home for you: 

 

Everett Hotels

Favorite accommodations recommended by visitors include Inn at Port Gardner, Best Western Plus Navigator Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn Seattle/Everett, and Holiday Inn Express. Browse all Everett accommodations:

 

Everett Restaurants

Because of its proximity to Puget Sound, there is no shortage of fresh seafood in Everett. A few favorite restaurants serving sea fare include Anthony’s Homeport, Hanami Sushi & Grill, and Emory’s on Silver Lake. Everett is not only limited to seafood, however, as locals and visitors alike enjoy other flavors such as pizza, Asian and Mexican flavors. Browse Everett Restaurants:

 

Things to Do in Everett

Because Everett is home to the largest marina on the West Coast, visitors have multiple opportunities to take fishing tours and charters. For landlubbers who are less fond of the water, there are many beautiful parks to visit; some favorites include Legion Park, Howarth Park, and Spencer Island Park. Non-outdoorsy types can enjoy a show at The Historic Everett Theatre or take a tour of the Schack Art Center. Browse all activities in Everett: