With the American Rescue Plan money, the city’s small housing program for unsheltered people could expand to three sites.
Everett’s Silver Lake rest area for southbound I-5 drivers remains closed while WSDOT works on the facility.
Scholarships from $500 to $25,000 went to 58 students in the Everett School District and Everett Community College.
One nonprofit needs volunteers to repair 40 kids bikes for refugees. Another agency could use cash gift cards.
It’s offered through the Boys and Girls Club, and there are still slots open. So grab a skateboard and get rolling.
The City Council voted on how to spend $1.1 million in relief funds, including a three-year “Clean Everett” plan.
The Everett City Council approved a resolution to slow speeds on Evergreen and Everett Mall ways.
Employers calling staff back to in-person work also is a factor behind greater mass transit usage.
The Archdiocese of Seattle has decreed the merger will take effect July 1 for the churches about 1 mile apart.
“We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to remake bus service in our county,” Community Transit CEO Ric Ilgenfritz said.
Final paving is set this summer for the first phase of the 2.42-mile trail north of Centennial Park.
Evergreen and Everett Mall ways are among the most dangerous roads in the county. Lower speed limits could save lives.
The Everett City Council approved a 12-month contract with Bird, a California company, to deploy 75 to 300 e-scooters.
Built in late 2020 and early 2021, the divider stops drivers from using the eastbound lane’s shoulder.
The Sound Transit group agreed to stop studying nine station alternatives, but disagreed over some preferred locations.
There’s promising news: Hospitalizations have remained down in the state and Snohomish County.
Construction kicked off Tuesday on the bus route, which will boost rapid service in south Snohomish County.
After a federal judge struck down the CDC’s mask mandate, agencies in Snohomish County are changing direction.
WSDOT awarded the $123.1 million project’s design-build contract to Guy F. Atkinson Construction.
The city is seeking input on a plan that would eliminate on-street parking.