The Downtown Everett Association (DEA) is committed to advancing and growing Downtown Everett as a vibrant economic, cultural, and governmental center through leadership, advocacy, and the ongoing administration of a business improvement area (BIA). The organization's membership is comprised of property owners who support the revitalization of Everett's historic central core through annual fee assessments.

The Downtown Everett Association focuses on specific priorities geared toward injecting new life into Everett's historic central core. Our priorities are proven methods for rejuvenating urban areas.

  • Create a safe and clean environment

  • Keep members educated and informed

  • Provide representation to media and government

  • Enhance quality business and commerce

  • Encourage residential development

  • Support long-term parking solutions

Board of Directors

Patrick Hall
Everett Historical Commission

Sarah Frauenholtz
Merrill Lynch

Danielle Lothrop
Toggle's Bottle Shop

Jordan Stephens
Anderson Hunter Law

Vice President
Dan Eernissee
City of Everett

Dan Gaffney
Moss Adams

Corey Margolis
Angel of the Winds Arena

Judy Tuohy
Schack Art Center

Craig Skotdal
Skotdal Real Estate

Lacey Harper
Snohomish County

Maxwell Mooney
Narrative Coffee

Erica Weir
Village Theatre

Quarterly Membership MEETING SCHEDULE

Quarterly Meeting

September 25, 5-6 p.m. | Village Theatre Anderson Room | Guest Speakers Jonathan Hopkins from Lime & Brent Arbes from WorkSource Snohomish | snacks provided

Jonathan from Lime will present learnings from scooters in Everett and across the Pacific Northwest, and discuss evolution of the program to maximize community benefit. He will also share best practice partnerships and explore innovative partnerships and collaboration that could benefit Everett.

Sergeant Zeka will introduce Everett’s new AmeriCorp VISTA program member, Elizabeth Ma, who has been assigned to the Everett Police Department through a grant received by EPD partners PAARI (Police Addiction and Recovery Initiative).

We'll also hear about the Transitional Job Program, a subsidized employment program through WorkSource that provides businesses the opportunity to provide time-limited employment opportunities to individuals directly or indirectly affected by the opioid crisis in Snohomish County. The Employment Security Department is the employer of record and pays 100% of the wages for the trainees, and the businesses are able to interview, assess, hire the trainee(s), and set the work schedule as they would for any other employee. Brent will give a brief summary of the program, explain the processes, and answer questions.

Quarterly meetings are open to the public.

2018 Annual Report

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