Continue the Legacy with Art in
Garfield Park. Sponsor a tile!
Due to the continued interest in the art tiles on the new picnic shelters at Garfield Park, we have determined there are
12 open spaces on the shelters where additional tiles could be installed. If you didn't get the chance to sponsor a tile the
first time, now is your chance. We expect the remaining 12 tiles to sell quick.
The tiles on the picnic shelters are replicas that the students from Garfield Elementary and North Middle School designed for
the eight large art panels at the entrances to the park.
The tile you sponsor will be 6x6 inches and a small plaque will be mounted to the base of the tile recognizing your generous donation.
Chose your favorite tile design, fill out the order form, and mail it with your check to the address on the order form.
Sponsor a tile and become a part of the history of Garfield Park.
National Night Out Against Crime
Day: Tuesday, Aug 6
Join your neighbors at Garfield Park Tuesday, August 6. The first 150 people get a free burger or hotdog, bottled water, chips and
ice cream thanks to the Everett Little League.
There will be games for all ages and door prizes.
We are also partnering with Sharing Wheels who will do light bike repairs and helmet fitting!
Police, fire and other City of Everett representatives will drop by throughout the night.
NNO is designed to: heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; generate support for and participation
in anti-crime programs; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message
to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back!
More details coming soon.
April 9 meeting: Auction for Noah
May 14 meeting: Visit from the Mayor
June 11 meeting: Election of Officers
Annual Garage Sale: Saturday, July 13, 2019, Maps available at participating sales
National Night Out event in Garfield Park: Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Next Neighborhood Meeting: Tuesday, September 10
Riverside Neighborhood Historic Walk
Tour the Riverside neighborhood and learn about some of the homes and properties that are steeped rich in history. Designed
and created by Steve Fox and funded by the City of Everett Community Sparks program. Download the 11"x17" brochure or pick up your copy
at a neighborhood meeting or at the downtown branch of the Everett Public Library.