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Sat Aug 13, 2022, 01:10 PM

Proposed map shifts every Everett City Council district

EVERETT — Just two years after taking shape, the maps for all five Everett City Council districts could slightly shift.

U.S. Census data prompted an update to the boundaries first approved in 2020.

Every district gained people. Everett’s population is over 110,626, a growth of more than 7,600 from the past decade, in the latest tally.

The highest population growth was 2,638 people in District 4’s Westmont, Holly, Cascade View and Twin Creeks neighborhoods. District 1, which spans the Northwest, Delta, Riverside and Bayside neighborhoods, had the smallest increase with only five more residents.


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