Police and Code Enforcement
Keeping Neighbors Safe
The Everett Police Department and Code Enforcement team have been very helpful in informing our neighbors how to keep safe from a variety of threats and nuisances, from car theft to gang violence, from graffiti to coyotes.
In an emergency, or if you see evidence of a crime in progress, don’t hesitate to call 911. Everett Police also have a non-emergency number for investigations, while Code Enforcement will be happy to help with graffiti and other quality of life issues.
Police Non-Emergency Phone: (425) 407-3999
Fire and Emergency Services
helping neighbors in times of need
We’ve also partnered with the Everett Fire Department to help our neighbors keep their homes fire safe. The Fire Department and the Red Cross have teamed up to provide smoke and carbon-monoxide detectors to our neighbors in need.
We also have several neighbors who have gone through Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) training with the Fire Department. They’ll help us make the most of our Emergency Cache in the event of an earthquake or other disaster scenario.
Everett Schools / Boys & Girls Club
When we are able to have in-person meetings again, we’ll return to our usual venues: Cascade High School Library and the Cascade Boys and Girls Club.
The Everett School District has been very helpful in providing our primary meeting venue and giving us status updates during our meetings, and in turn we have promoted several of the school’s public events.
The Cascade Boys and Girls Club has partnered with us in the annual National Night Out Against Crime with their ideal location adjacent to Lions Park, and helped us with our Interurban Trail cleanup efforts. In turn, we’ve assisted them with their Parents’ Night Out event in December.