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Located with in the county of Snohomish, Everett is the county as well as the largest city in the Snohomish County. The history of the city goes back to 1861, when a bunch of European Settlers settled down on the shore of Port Gardner Bay. Back then, the area claimed, comprised only 160 acres of land. However later on as the quite a few settlers moved in as well, the plans of turning that area in to a town were envisioned back in 1890. The city took its name from the son of Charles Colby, who along with Henry Hewitt and Colgate Hoyt laid foundation of the Everett Land Company to help build the city. As soon as the Great Northern Railroad came to the town back in 1893, it opened a door for trade and growth for the city. In the very same year the railroad came in, the city of Everett was finally incorporated on May 4. Initially mining and sawmilling came out to be the prime occupation usually adopted by the inhabitants, and perhaps the main reasons behind the population growth of the city. A few steam boats were also brought in to help boost the trading through water routes.
Every year the city of Everett welcomes huge flocks of tourists and visitors to its one of the many attractions, which is its Waterfront. The city is situated near the Snohomish River, and is not only a commonly liked waterfront but also the home to U.S Naval Station. Steps were taken back in 2006, to equip the waterfront with a couple condominiums and retail shops. The very same year, the additions of 119 ships and 59 Barges, was also made to the waterfront. Yacht Club, which was founded in 1907, is also situated at the waterfront in Everett. Every year, Annual Everett Coho Derby is also staged at the waterfront, along with the Fresh Paint Festival of Artists. Along side the waterfront is the man-made; 2 mile long island named Jetty Island. Every year during the summer season, Everett Park & Recreational Department organizes Jetty Island Days from June, offering free Ferry ride from the port to the Island.
Apart from its Waterfront, Everett City also houses 40 gardens and recreational parks, which prove to be perfect place for those looking for outdoor picnic or recreational experiences. Biggest of those 40, is the Walter E. Hall Park that covers 137 acres of land. Among the parks is also the Forest Park which is Everett?s oldest public park located at the Mukilteo Boulevard. Carrying forward its tradition, City of Everett offers a varied range of events and festivals this year as well, including Juried Art Show, Historic Courthouse Presentation, Fly Day, Fresh Paint Festival, FREE Friday Night Live, Gal-a-Pooza, and many more. Cheap Everett tickets along with best affordable deals and packages are offered here at one place.