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The Port of Everett interacts with the community on multiple levels. Whether it is international trade, recreation or environmental stewardship, we play a role in your life. Because of our diverse role, we strive to improve and serve the community, and provide opportunities for our residents to learn more about their port.

The Port of Everett is committed to meeting the information needs of community members. The Port provides various opportunities for the community to find out information on Port activities and/or comment on those activities.

Waterfront History Tours
Calling all history buffs! In honor of the Port of Everett’s centennial year, the Port is partnering with Historic Everett to offer a fun ‘then and now’ twist to our 2018 tour programs. Guests who sign up to join us on a land or sea tour will enjoy a ride along the Port of Everett waterfront with commentary by local historians and Port staff. 

Community Bus Tours
May 9, 3:30 - 5 p.m. and 5:30 - 7 p.m. 
Register at or contact Catherine Soper at
*RSVP & Government-Issued Photo ID required.

Bike Tours 
June 2, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Join local historians for a waterfront history overview before heading out for a bike ride along the new Mill Town Trail. 

Harbor Tours
July 26, August 9, 16, 23, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
Reservations accepted beginning April 1, 2018. Space is limited, so please call the Jetty Island Reservation Line to reserve your spot at 425.257.8304.

Click here to view a printable History Tour flyer.

Check out the Port of Everett Map at the Children's Museum!

school_programUnderstanding the role ports and international trade play in our regional and national economy is critical to the education of our youth. For this reason, the Port of Everett reaches out to local school districts to help educate students in this area of study.

Our goal is to help students become familiar with port operations by educating students about their neighboring port here in Everett. The program facilitates a basic understanding of ports, the governance of the Port of Everett, its role in the economic prosperity of the region, as well as its continual efforts to provide public access opportunities and environmental stewardship.

Our school program includes a brief presentation, followed by grade-level appropriate interactive activities to educate students about the role ports play in our economy.

Encourage your teacher to schedule a Port speaker! Click here for an informational flyer to bring to your classroom

Schedule a speaker!

To reserve your FREE program: Contact Carol Sullivan, Imagine Children’s Museum, 425.258.1006, Ext. 1012 or at

The Port of Everett strives to keep its constituents informed, and one way the Port meets this goal is through its Speakers Bureau. The Port’s Speaker Bureau is a program designed to reach out to various community organizations and groups to provide Port updates and details regarding projects and events. 

Les Reardanz speaking to a crowd of people at the Port of Everett. The Port commonly speaks at neighborhood associations, Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, as well as government and business organizations in the area. Through this program, the Port is able to communicate to the public directly and solicit valuable feedback.

Common topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
   - Port of Everett Update
   - Economic Development
   - International Shipping Activity
   - Real Estate Development
   - Public Access
   - Environmental Stewardship
   - Capital Improvement Projects

Request a Speaker!

If your group or organization would like to schedule a Port speaker for an upcoming meeting or event, please contact the Port’s Public Affairs Specialist, Catherine Soper, at 425.388.0680 or by e-mail.


Explore the History of the Port of Everett Waterfront!

Click here to visit the Historical Interpretive Program Website!

History Hunt Image_WebThe Port of Everett invites you to learn about the history of the Everett waterfront through exploration of the new interpretive exhibits located throughout the marina.

The Historical Interpretive Program honors the rich heritage of the lumber and shingle, commercial fishing and boat building industries that operated on the waterfront between 10th and 18th streets along West Marine View Drive.

Download the Port of Everett's Waterfront History Hunt