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Economic Development

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Contact Us:

Terrie Battuello
Chief of Business Development
Phone: 425.388.0614

Come, explore all we have to offer.

The Port of Everett’s newly created Economic Development Division works to attract and retain jobs and private investment in the Port District.

We are committed to working with our community partners to promote the Port District and Snohomish County as a place to do business.


Hands ShakingDoing Business with the Port

Is your business is interested in doing business with the Port?

Explore the various types of contracting opportunities at the Port of Everett from personal consulting services and purchased goods to professional engineering and construction projects.

Click here to visit our contracting page to learn more.

Choose Everett. We Perform. 

The Port of Everett seaport operates eight shipping berths on approximately 100 acres of land, and specialize in overdimensional, high, wide and heavy cargoes. The seaport is a vital link for the aerospace industry, handling all of the oversized parts of the 747, 767, 777 and 777X airplane production lines. 

Click here to learn more about our seaport operations. 

Your Adventure Begins Here 

The Port of Everett operates the largest public marina on the West Coast with more than 2,300 recreational boating slips and a 13-lane boat launch facility. 

Click here to learn more about our marina operations.

Restoring Economic Prosperity 

The Port of Everett owns 3,000 acres of waterfront property, including Jetty Island, and is working to restore economic prosperity to the waterfront. The Port’s properties provide numerous public access and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike to enjoy. 

Click here to learn more about the Port's Real Estate operations.

Click here to learn about the the Port of Everett's Waterfront Place Central Development