Maps (including property status and zoning) - These maps help residents and businesses better understand plans for the future of growth in Snohomish County
The region has multiple deep-water port facilities offering service to destinations worldwide. The Port of Everett is located in the center of Snohomish County. Container, break-bulk and barge facilities are available for cargo movement. The Port operates Foreign Trade Zone #85 and is the largest recreational marina on the US West Coast. The Ports of Seattle and Tacoma (located 25 and 55 miles south respectively) have numerous scheduled liner services. The Port of Edmonds in South Snohomish County offers marina facilities for the recreational boater.
Community Transit, Everett Transit and Sound Transit are the three main transit authorities serving Snohomish County. Community Transit serves more than half a million people with 2,100 stops in Snohomish county, and includes 19 routes into downtown Seattle and to UW Seattle. Everett Transit, a division of the city of Everett, has 600 stops and offers fixed-route and paratransit services.
The Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad owns the freight rail network in Snohomish County. The Union Pacific brings freight as far as their Seattle yard. Sound Transit offers commuter rail service connecting Everett in the north through Seattle to the City of Tacoma in the south. The Sound Transit regional light rail system is under construction; when complete the system will take a traveler from Everett to the SeaTac Airport.