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 committed to efficiently moving goods into and throughout Washington state and the world. The Port of Everett also operates the largest public marina on the West Coast and owns more than 3,000 acres of property.
- The Port of Everett operates three lines of business: Seaport, Marina, Real Estate
- Port of Everett activities support more than 35,000 jobs in the region
- The Port of Everett is the state’s first largest port by economic output and third largest container port in Washington state
- The Port District and boundaries formed in 1918; not a countywide port
- Represents nearly 110,000 people in the Port District
- Special Purpose District tasked with ‘economic development’ governed by three commissioners
- $76.7 million operating & capital budget in 2015
- 60% or 3 out of 5 jobs in Snohomish County are tied to trade