Your House has a History

Have you ever wondered who lived in your house, what they did for a living or if your house looked different before? Our guest speaker in January was Lisa Labovitch, a historian in the Northwest Room of the Everett Public Library. Lisa presented how to get started with researching your home and what resources are available.

Riverside Neighborhood Historic Walk

With this brochure you can tour Riverside and learn about homes and properties that are steeped in history. Designed by Steve Fox and funded from the City of Everett Community Sparks program. Download the 11"x17" brochure or pick up your copy at the downtown branch of the Everett Public Library, or at a Riverside Neighborhood meeting.

The 20th Annual Holiday Lighting Contest

Neighbors out did themselves with their amazing holiday lights from simple twinkle lights to extravagant displays. A holly jolly thank you to everyone who spent the time to make our neighborhood sparkle this holiday season. Honorable mentions go to all of you who carried on the tradition of decorating your homes for the holidays. Winners, not including Best Block or Best Business, were awarded a keepsake ornament hand-painted by artist Amber Cormier.

Summit Interpretive Sign Dedication

The interpretive sign is dedicated to all the people who shaped this community into what it is today. Thank you everyone who attended and shared this historic moment with us.