Monthly water quality index at active sampling sites. The Water Quality Index, or WQI,
is a number ranging from 1 to 100; a higher number indicates better water quality. In general,
stations scoring 80 and above met expectations for water quality and are of lowest concern,
scores 40 to 80 indicate moderate concern, and water quality at stations with scores below 40
did not meet expectations and are of highest concern.
This dataset reports National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) crime statistics from most Washington law enforcement agencies since 2016. The data is a "shapshot" of crime statistics as they were originally reported to the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) and the FBI. Data displayed should not be compared to statistics reported by the FBI as those statistics have been converted to the Summary Reporting System (SRS).
The information on this page contains budget expense data from the City financial system. The default data presented is the original budget approved by City Council. You can filter by budget year, fund name, and expense description.
911 fire and emergency medical dispatches in the City of Everett, or outside city limits but responded to by Everett Fire Department vehicles. White dots represent multiple incidents at same location, click on dot to view the individual call information. Default view is for dispatches 365 days prior to today. Change filters for different options.
Police Incidents represent all calls for police responses. These include burglary and trespass reports, assaults, drug related calls, thefts, vandalism, and reports of suspicious activity. Officer initiated activity such as traffic stops is also included in police incidents.
Addresses and Geolocation have been partially obfuscated to the nearest 100 block to protect the privacy of individuals. When mapped this may make the data appear to happen at an intersection when it actually happens within that block. For incidents that do not have an exact block number or the address was typed in by dispatch incorrectly the obfuscation method may place the item much further away than the actual location.
Some incidents will result in a police report, which can be found in the dataset "Police Cases." Case reports involving domestic violence, child abuse, or sex offenses involving minors have been removed from this data set.
Incidents designated as Collisions are included in this dataset and should be classified as what was reported to the 911 dispatcher. In order to track verified collisions a Police Traffic Collision Report (PTCR) is completed, which results in a case being created.