Comment on Everett’s homeless housing project March 14-28

EVERETT — The public comment period for Everett’s plan to build housing for homeless people officially opens Tuesday, and runs through March 28.

The 14-day comment period is a requirement of state environmental law. The city’s planning department has been accepting comments since January in anticipation of a large amount of feedback.

The project is for a 70-unit apartment building to be built on a city-owned lot on Berkshire Drive in the Pinehurst and Glacier View neighborhoods.

The planning documents are posted online at Comments may be submitted via mail to the Department of Planning and Community Development, Attn: ESSSH Comment, 2930 Wetmore Ave., Suite 8A, Everett, WA 98201. Comments also can be emailed to

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