Public Safety Educational Meeting for North Everett Neighborhoods
On the evening of April 13, Everett residents and business owners participated in an informational session to promote public safety in north Everett.
Topics included police and community roles and useful resources to foster safety and to help prevent and reduce crime.
Presenters included staff from the City of Everett Police Department, Everett Code Enforcement, the Snohomish Regional Drug and Gang Task Force, Everett Parks Rangers, and SNOPAC911.
Read a condensed version of the topics discussed
Art Tiles on the New Picnic Shelters
We are no longer selling art tiles. Thank you to those of you who have purchased a tile and helped support the legacy of art in Garfield Park.
Persons who have purchased art tiles will be notified by email when the project is completed. Further information will be posted here.
Residential Burglary Prevention
The criminal act of Residential Burglary to your home can be prevented by taking reasonable precautions to protect
you and your loved ones from being victimized. Residential Burglary is NOT specific only to the City of Everett
or Snohomish County. Burglary is a concern for all in the Puget Sound area.
Peak Times: The most frequent peak times are 1pm-5pm and 11pm-3am.
Realize Residential Burglaries can happen anytime however, most frequent Residential Burglaries are likely to happen during peak times.
The most frequent peak Residential Burglary days are Monday and Thursday followed by Saturday.
Please read the ResBurg.PDF
which can be shared with family, neighbors, and friends.