Every year, the Port of Everett Commission adopts a five-year Capital Improvement Plan and associated budget that enhances Port business lines and supports jobs, trade, commerce and recreation. These capital investments are guided by Commission set strategic initiatives that help grow and strengthen our local and regional economies, create good paying jobs, leverage public-private investment opportunity, and creating revenue generating industries.
The Port's 2022–2026 Capital Improvement Plan continues to develop the Everett waterfront as a place of commerce, as well as a place for citizens and guests to recreate. The plan includes 81 projects that advance the Port’s Strategic Plan by:
• Completing construction of the new Norton Terminal at the former Kimberly-Clark mill site
• Continuing to build public infrastructure and mixed-use developments at Waterfront Place, including building out new commercial retail pads at Fisherman’s Harbor and moving into planning and development in the second phase in the Millwright District
• Finishing all interior earth work and breaching the dike to complete the Blue Heron Slough mitigation bank
• Completing maintenance dredging and adding a new restroom at Jetty Landing & Boat Launch
• Beginning reconfiguration of the fuel dock, and
• Continuing cleanup of legacy contamination