Exciting things are in the works for the Mariner neighborhood!

Mariner Community Needs Assessment – Full Report is Now Available

Senator Liias Press Release: Mariner Community Campus project moves forward, search for location commences

Our community came together to share ideas about what we value about our neighborhood over the past few months. The community also shared ideas about what would serve future generations well within a community campus.

These ideas have been turned into a document called the Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment (below).

Thank you for sharing your ideas, hopes, and dreams for the future over the past several months. The community’s recommendations are already being put into action – stay tuned for updates on what comes next.

Please contact Christine Stansfield at cstansfield@sno-isle.org if you have questions, ideas, or want to get involved in next steps.

Download Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment Executive Summary PDF

Download Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment PDF

Russian Translation: Download Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment Executive Summary PDF

Spanish Translation: Download Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment Executive Summary PDF

Vietnamese Translation: Download Mariner Campus Community Needs Assessment Executive Summary PDF 

May 11 Community Meeting Recap – What we heard from you

The second community meeting engaging community members in planning for the Campus was held at the Mariner High school on May 11, 2019. This meeting built on the findings of the first community meeting that was held on April 13, 2019, as well as at smaller community meeting at BRIDGES Center at Everett Community College. Together, community members identified 85 ideas for the future campus.

Attendees were asked to prioritize these ideas and develop schematic plans for the future campus. The purpose of this exercise was to see which spaces were needed the most and where overlap/sharing spaces could work.

Download meeting #2 summary PDF

 

April 13 Community Meeting Recap - What we heard from you

On Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 2:30 pm, the residents and community members of the Mariner neighborhood were invited to attend a community meeting to share their ideas for a future community campus. Around 50 community members were in attendance. They learned about the project background, had the chance to ask questions, then everyone had the chance to share their answers to the question:

The campus can serve many purposes for the Mariner community. If the best happens, what do you see?

Over 50 ideas were gathered and captured in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Russian.

Download meeting summary PDF

 

Mariner Community Map
More than 25,000 people live in the area bounded by Everett to the north, Lynnwood to the south, east of Highway 99 and west of I-5. By 2025, the area’s population is expected to grow 20 percent and density to increase 23 percent.

Map of the Mariner Community
More than 25,000 people live in the area bounded by Everett to the north, Lynnwood to the south, east of Highway 99 and west of I-5. By 2025, the area’s population is expected to grow 20 percent and density to increase 23 percent.

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