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United States Navy
2000 W Marine View Drive
Everett, WA 98207
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Mission and Vision
Naval Station Everett supports U.S. Navy and Coast Guard forces, tenant commands, and ensures an excellent quality of life for sailors, civilians, and their families that enables operational readiness.
Naval Station Everett provides a safe and secure environment for operational forces to train, conduct maintenance, and recuperate.
We provide high quality of life services for sailors, civilians, and their families.
We are a good neighbor to our local communities, which includes good stewardship of taxpayer funds and a commitment to protecting the environment.
Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR)
The Navy DoD Safe Helpline can be reached at 877-995-5247 and is the only SAPR Victim Advocate 24/7 response line. It includes texting, online instant messaging, and can be called toll-free anywhere in the world. For local assistance, please call the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) at the FFSC at 425-304-3712 or the Naval Station Everett SAPR 24-hour Advocate Response line at 425-754-2744. For immediate emergency assistance, please call 911.
Community Program for Sexual Assault and Domestic Abuse
Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse (PICAA) located in Everett, WA can be reached at 425-252-4800. They also provide services for children/minors. All advocacy services are provided free of charge.
Operation of POV's Onboard Naval Station Everett
All communication devices are prohibited from use while operating a moving vehicle on the installation, including hands-free devices.
Dog Breed Restrictions in Washington
Washington State and local areas have specific rules governing potentially dangerous animals such as Pit Bull Terriers. Please check the Snohomish County Animal Services website for current rules and regulations, pet leash laws, licensing requirements, and pet taxes where you plan to reside.
Photography on Naval Station Everett is restricted. Sailors should have permission from their chain of command and guests must have permission from their sponsor before engaging in any photography. This applies to both military and civilian alike.
Items prohibited on all federal installations include explosives, (including pistols, rifles, etc), ammunition, weapons such as switch blades, controlled substances, and alcoholic beverages (open containers).
In order to make a clinical counseling appointment at any FFSC Navy Region Northwest location, call CNRNW Centralized Scheduling at 1-866-854-0638.
When first checking in, it is suggested you hand carry the following documents: Orders, Personnel Files, Finance Records, Leave Form, Medical Records, Birth Certificates, Shot Records (Children & Pets), Marriage Certificates, Employment Records (Spouse),Powers of Attorney (Spouse), Resumes (Spouse), Education Records, Transportation Documents (Bills of Lading, Inventory), Custody Papers, Divorce Decrees, and Proof of Car Insurance, other documentation deemed important by your command.
Call 425-304-5665 for Base Conditions/Announcements/etc.
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