COVID-19

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Community,

Thank you for your trust, compliance, and understanding as our city, state, and country continue to work through the difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’d like to take a moment and thank our wonderful maintenance team: their dedication to safety has allowed Everett Transit to continue to deliver high quality and essential service to our community. We sincerely appreciate all their hard work.

In August 2021, the Federal Transit Administration announced an extension of the federal mask mandate to January 18, 2022. This means that all transit passengers, while aboard their bus, are required to wear a mask. Masks must continue to be worn properly: fully covering the nose and mouth. ***Please note that face shields are not an acceptable covering

Federal law requires wearing a mask while aboard any transit vehicle and failure to comply may result in denial of boarding or removal. Refusing to wear a mask is a violation of federal law; passengers may be subject to penalties under federal law.

If you’re interested in learning more about the federal mask mandate and transit related requirements, please visit the links below.

Federal Transit Administration | Federal Mask Requirement for Transit

Transportation Security Administration | Coronavirus Information

  1. Vaccine appointments
  2. Stop the spread

Everett Transit is dedicated to helping our community safely get to essential appointments, including vaccination appointments. As you board simply inform the bus operator that you are traveling to or from a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Below is a list of COVID-19 vaccine locations within Everett.

  • CVS Pharmacy
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Rite Aid Pharmacy 
  • Safeway Pharmacy
  • QFC
  • Sea Mar Everett Medical Clinic
  • Walgreens Pharmacy
  • Walmart Pharmacy
  • ZoomCare 
  • Costco

Find the closest COVID-19 vaccine locations near you by visiting: VaccineLocator.doh.wa.gov

Health Authorities

We encourage you to contact local, state, or federal health authorities with questions or concerns regarding COVID-19.

Snohomish Health District

Washington State Department of Health

Center for Disease Control


Updated: Sept. 14, 2021

Transportation Security Administration | Coronavirus Information [Sept. 14, 2021]

Update: CDC / Health Department Mask Order for Transportation Providers and Customers

Everett Transit to resume collecting fares and reopen Customer Service Center

Fixed Route & Paratransit Service to remain fare free through May

Emergency Service Plan: Update Effective March 29,2020 

Back Door Entry Implemented

Everett Station: Reduced Operating Hours

Emergency Service Plan: Implemented March 23, 2020

Nightly Sanitizing: Continued

New Hours for the Customer Service Center at Everett Station

Federal Transit Administration - FAQ

Health Officer’s Order NO. 20-059