Join us for our big Earth Day Celebration on TUESDAY, APRIL 23 2019 from 11:30-1:30 on the Snohomish County Campus Plaza! There will be a variety of great learning and educational displays for employees and the general public, as well as tasty food trucks and a drawing for eco-friendly prizes.


  • 11:30: Earth Day Celebration begins
  • Noon: Welcome and remarks by County Executive Dave Somers
  • 12:20: Remarks by City of Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin
  • 12:25: EnviroStars Business Recognition 
  • 12:30: Drawing for eco-friendly prizes 
Get your passport at the event, visit the educational booths, and enter the raffle to win a cool prize!*

*One prize per person and you do not have to be present to win.


Other fun and interactive booths will be hosted by event partners including: Snohomish County departments, Imagine Children’s Museum, Snohomish PUD, Snohomish Conservation District, Snohomish Health District, WSU Extension, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, and Envirostars – a recognition program to help businesses go green. 


This year’s event is focused on waste reduction, especially single-use plastic items. Attendees will have the opportunity to make a collective impact by pledging to reduce consumption of commonly used single-use items such as disposable coffee cups, plastic utensils, and plastic straws. Learn about other ways to reduce plastic consumption by visiting the following booths:

  • Sno-Isle Food Co-Op will provide tips to help minimize your single-use plastic consumption while grocery shopping; 
  • The City of Everett will provide information on their recent city-wide plastic bag ban;
  • Cedar Grove compost will have a mini-class on standard plastic (petroleum based) and compostable ‘plastic’ (plant based), and how to identify each.




Want to get your hands dirty? Snohomish County Parks Department will host a number of volun­teer tree planting and trail maintenance events at five different county parks throughout the month of April. Please see the right hand side-bar for details on these County sponsored events.