the evolving Parking landscape
The City of Everett formed a Parking Task Force and hired parking consultants Barney & Worth, Inc. and Rick Williams Consulting to conduct updated 2019 parking utilization and management studies. The 2019 Parking Utilization Study raw data is available for review.
On August 8, 2019, the Parking Task Force met to discuss initial findings of the study and next steps (view the presentation and meeting recap). The Downtown Parking Survey accepted responses through September 16; a public Parking Open House will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on October 16 at the Everett Performing Arts Center to review the data. Anyone interested in downtown parking is welcome to attend the forum.
Parking is vital to the success of Everett’s downtown. We believe that a comprehensive parking plan based on significant research is an important part of managing a downtown business area.
The 2007 Everett Downtown Parking Management Study examined parking conditions and explored future solutions. As an early step, the City of Everett captured the views of downtown business owners and other employers in the central business district.
The follow-up 2015 Everett Downtown Parking Utilization Study evaluated changes in Everett's demand for on- and off-street parking downtown.
For questions, please contact:
Tim Miller, P.E.
City of Everett, 3200 Cedar Street
Everett WA 98201