Roger Evans, New Hope Fellowship Church shelter coordinator, sets up two cots as examples of what is available to those that seek shelter at the church on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022 in Monroe, Washington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Roger Evans, New Hope Fellowship Church shelter coordinator, sets up two cots as examples of what is available to those that seek shelter at the church on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022 in Monroe, Washington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Where to find cold weather shelters and warming centers in Snohomish County

As temperatures fall, community organizations and libraries provide warming centers and shelters to the public.

Sites across the county offer overnight shelter during extremely cold weather.

Cold weather shelters usually become operational when forecasted overnight temperatures are 34 degrees or lower. These shelters are managed by community-based organizations, volunteer groups, and faith communities throughout Snohomish County.

Youth ranging from 12 to 17 years old who need shelter can contact 425-877-5171.

For more information, email Tyler Verda, the Snohomish County human services program planner at tyler.verda@snoco.org. While the county Human Services Department can give general information and updates, inquiries pertaining to a particular shelter should be directed to that specific shelter.

For those who don’t need overnight shelter, but need a place to warm up during the day, community libraries are available as daytime warming centers. Please call in advance to confirm operating hours.

Cold weather shelters

Marysville

Bethlehem Lutheran Church at 7215 51st Ave. NE.

Doors open from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Call 425-686-9272 for more information.

Monroe

Monroe United Methodist Church at 342 S. Lewis St.

Doors open from 8 to 10 p.m.

Shuttle to shelter departs at 7:45 p.m. from the Sultan library, 319 Main St.

Call 425-364-0824 for more information.

South County

Transportation to shelter provided, see van schedule at www.weallbelong.org. Call for location if you have your own vehicle.

Opens at 9 p.m. Closes at 11 p.m.

Call -425-725-8976 for more information.

Snohomish

Snohomish Evangelical Free Church at 210 Ave. B

Doors open from 8 to 10 p.m.

Call 425-864-3765 for more information.

Everett

Family Cold Weather Shelter at 5126 S. Second Ave.

Doors open from 4 to 8 p.m.

Contact speterson@egmission.org for more information.

United Church of Christ at 2624 Rockefeller Ave.

Doors open from 8 to 10 p.m.

Call 425-977-9686 for more information.

Daytime warming centers

Sno-Isle Community Libraries

Arlington

135 N Washington Ave

360-435-3033

www.sno-isle.org/locations/arlington

Brier

23303 Brier Rd

425-483-0888

www.sno-isle.org/locations/brier/

Darrington

1005 Cascade St

360-436-1600

www.sno-isle.org/locations/darrington

Edmonds Library Plaza Room

650 Main St

425-771-1933

www.sno-isle.org/locations/edmonds

Everett Mariner

520 128th St SW Suites A9 A10

425-423-9017

www.sno-isle.org/locations/mariner

Granite Falls

815 E Galena St

360-691-6087

www.sno-isle.org/locations/granite-falls/

Lakewood Smokey Point

3411 169th Place NE, Suites ABC

360-651-0774

www.sno-isle.org/locations/lakewood-smokey-point

Lake Stevens

2211 Grade Rd

425-334-1900

www.sno-isle.org/locations/lake-stevens

Lynnwood

19200 44th Ave W

425-778-2148

www.sno-isle.org/locations/lynnwood

Marysville

6120 Grove St.

360-658-5000

https://www.sno-isle.org/locations/marysville

Mill Creek

15429 Bothell Everett Hwy

425-337-4822

www.sno-isle.org/locations/mill-creek

Monroe

1070 Village Way

360-794-7851

www.sno-isle.org/locations/monroe

Mountlake Terrace

23300 58th Ave W

425-776-8722

www.sno-isle.org/locations/mountlake-terrace

Mukilteo

4675 Harbour Pointe Blvd

425-493-8202

www.sno-isle.org/locations/mukilteo

Snohomish

311 Maple Ave

360-568-2898

www.sno-isle.org/locations/snohomish

Stanwood

9701 271st St NW

360-629-3132

www.sno-isle.org/locations/stanwood

Sultan

319 Main St Suite 100

360-793-1695

www.sno-isle.org/locations/sultan

For updated hours information call the library location or visit www.sno-isle.org

Everett Public Libraries

Main Branch 

2702 Hoyt Ave.

425-257-8250

Evergreen

9512 Evergreen Way

425-257-8250

For updated information call the library of visit www.epls.org/280/Hours-Locations-Contact

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