Consider one of these cold weather shelters located across Snohomish County when needed
The recent windstorm, which caused many communities' electricity loss, is a good example of when to consider visiting a cold weather shelter. Many of these shelters are operated by community-based organizations, volunteers, and communities of faith across Snohomish County.
Some provide overnight shelter, and some work for a few hours during the evening. But typically, you will find the locations open when overnight temperatures are expected below 34 degrees F. In the past, November-March has been the standard season for when they operate.
Below is a list of Community Transit routes that will drop you close to some cold weather shelters in our service area. Please call ahead to confirm availability and occupancy because each of these shelters runs differently. In addition, hours, criteria for opening, and season length may vary by location.
Also, make sure you follow the Covid-19 protocols when you plan to use one of these locations.
Everett Cold Weather Shelter
Address: 1616 Pacific Avenue, Everett, WA
Intake Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 7 – 10 p.m. & Monday, 8 - 10 p.m.
Contact Info: (425) 977-9686
Everett Family Cold Weather Shelter
Address: 5126 S 2nd Avenue, Everett, WA
Intake Hours: 4 – 8 p.m.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bus Route: ET 29
Marysville Cold Weather Shelter
Address: 7215 51 Ave. NE Marysville, WA
Intake Hours: 7–9:30 p.m.
Contact Info: (425) 686-9272
Bus Route: 222
Snohomish Cold Weather Shelter
Monroe Cold Weather Shelter
Address: 1012 W Main St, Monroe
Contact Info: (425) 535-0000
Intake Hours: 8–10 p.m.
Bus Route: 271
South County Cold Weather Shelter (this location is currently closed)
Contact Info: (206) 743-9843