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NOTICE: Everett Half Marathon Taking Place at Port of Everett Waterfront March 27-28, 2021

NOTICE: Everett Half Marathon Taking Place at Port of Everett Waterfront March 27-28, 2021

Please be advised: The Everett Half Marathon is returning to the Port of Everett waterfront Saturday, March 27 and Sunday, March 28, 2021. Event host Snohomish Running Company has re-visioned the annual event to deliver a COVID-compliant event that aligns with current state and local public health guidance.

This year the event has been split into two days, and will feature 5K, 10K and half marathon routes. Runners will begin their race in small groups with scheduled timed start waves from 8 a.m. – noon. The race begins and ends at the Port of Everett’s Jetty Landing Park and parking lot in the North Marina, located adjacent to the boat launch. The routes include City and WSDOT approved road closures along West Marine View Drive (see below notice on road closures/traffic modifications).

Additional event details can be found at www.everetthalf.com.

NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURES/TRAFFIC MODIFICATIONS – MARCH 27-28, 2021:

Please be advised: As part of the Everett Half Marathon, the western most, southbound lane of West Marine View Drive will be closed to traffic from about 7 – 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 27 (from 18th & WMVD to about the Legion Park Golf Course entrance) and from about 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Sunday, March 28 (from 18th & WMVD to the entrance of the SR 529 bridge).

The eastern southbound lane will remain open to vehicle traffic, allowing both south and north bound traffic to continue for the duration of the event.

Drivers may experience intermittent delays at the entrances of 10th, 13th and 18th Streets & WMVD while runners move along their race route.

The Port’s 11th Street (north of the North Docks, south of the boat launch) will be closed during race hours; local access for North Docks slipholders to remain available.  

Please note: Road closures, traffic modifications and any detours will be marked. Local law enforcement and traffic management officials will be positioned along the route. Access related to emergency response will be available as necessary.