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Public Records Requests

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The Port of Everett is committed to public accountability and open government. As a special-purpose municipal corporation, it is the policy of the Port of Everett to make available to the public any and all identifiable Port records, subject only to the exceptions contained by law. This policy is guided by the Washington State Public Records Act 42.56 RCW. Resolution 1096 (2018) Port of Everett Public Records Policy. Resolution 962 appoints the Public Records Officer.

If you would like to request public records of the Port of Everett, please fill out the Public Records Request Form. All formal requests must be submitted to the Port’s Public Records Officer in one of the following ways:

In Person
Port of Everett Administration Office
1205 Craftsman Way, Suite 200
Everett, WA 98201

By Mail
Port of Everett
Attn: Public Records Officer
PO Box 538 
Everett, WA 98206

By Fax

By E-mail
Completed forms may be e-mailed to Emily Hammer at

Once a request is received by Port staff, the Port will respond to the requester within five business days. If the Port cannot fulfill the request, or needs additional time to respond, a statement will be issued to the requester providing an explanation. The fee for copying records is $0.15 per page.

For additional information or questions regarding public records requests, please contact Emily Hammer at 425.388.0625 or by e-mail at

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Available Documents

The Port of Everett offers many readily available documents on its website. These documents include Commission meeting agendas and minutes, newsletters, press releases, the Port’s Strategic Plan, finance information and much more.

Click here for a list of available documents