The Port of Everett is a natural deep-water port located 25 miles north of Seattle on the Puget Sound. It is one of two Ports in Snohomish County; along with the Port of Edmonds.
The Port of Everett strives to bring jobs, business and tourism to its local and surrounding communities. Along with the other state ports, the Port of Everett is also committed to efficiently moving goods into and throughout Washington state and the world. The Port also operates the largest public marina on the West Coast and owns more than 3,000 acres of property.
Port District Boundaries
The Port District encompasses most of Everett and portions of Mukilteo and Marysville. See Map. The citizens set the Port’s boundaries and elect Commissioners to govern the Port District. The district is governed by three commissioners, who are elected to six-year terms and rotate annually between president, vice-president and secretary. Most of the powers of the Port are directly vested in its Port Commission.
In 2004, the Port of Everett earned the “Port of the Year” award from the Washington Public Ports Association.