NS Everett Community

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All American Restaurant

Building 2025 425-304-3943

Catering (Grand Vista Ballroom)

Building 1950 425-304-3911

Pierside Grille

Pierside Plaza 425-304-3696


Building 1950 425-304-4440

Tremors Neighborhood Sports Bar

Building 1950 425-304-3153

For hours of operation, menus and special event information, visit https://everett.navylifepnw.com and click on selections under the “Food & Drink” tab.


Navy College Program


The Navy College Program provides sailors with opportunities to earn college degrees through a variety of options. The program’s mission is to provide continual academic support to sailors while they pursue a college degree, regardless of their location or duty station.

The Navy College Program is now fully virtual. Use the self-service Navy College Program website to access information about college education and other programs available to those in the Navy. The site can also help you connect with counselors who can help you explore your options and find what’s best for you.

Columbia College offer classes at Naval Station Everett and the Navy Support Complex at Smokey Point. Visit www.ccis.edu/nationwide/marysville for more information.

Additional educational resources are available at https://tinyurl.com/y8g6noa4.


Child Development Center

Building 1980 425-304-3778


The Child Development Center offers center-based care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Care at the center is primarily geared toward those needing full-time child care. The center is based on a developmental program model that focuses on play and its importance in a child’s learning process. The center is also a part of the 7 percent of programs in the United States accredited or pursuing accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Children of active-duty military personnel, DOD civilian personnel, reservists on active duty and DOD contractors are eligible. Fees are based on total family income.

Child Development Homes

13912 45th Ave. NE

Marysville, WA 98271 425-304-3046


Some parents find that center-based child care is right for their children, but others may prefer a more home-like atmosphere for child care. To accommodate those individuals, Navy Region Northwest offers a Child Development Home program, in which caregivers provide child care services out of their homes.

The CDH program has more than 100 homes throughout the region certified by Navy Child Development Programs to provide child care to children up to age 12. They provide the same level of high-quality care found in on-base centers but are often able to offer more flexibility in services. Providers may offer part-time, hourly, evening, weekend and deployment care. Homes are required to meet Navy child care guidelines, and many are also licensed by the state of Washington. Child care providers offer developmental programs and receive training and home visits on a monthly basis.

A CDH subsidy is available for all eligible families seeking full-time care so that child care fees are comparable to those fees charged in on-base centers.

Exceptional Family Member Program

Building 2000, Room 108C 425-304-3714


This program provides special-needs families with information and referral services.

Fleet & Family Support Centers

Naval Station Everett

Building 2000, Room 133 866-854-0638

Smokey Point

13910 45th Ave. NE, Suite 857

Marysville, WA 98271 866-854-0638


The Fleet and Family Support Program provides unified, customer-focused programs and services to support sustained mission and Navy readiness, strengthening personal and family competencies to meet the challenges of the military lifestyle.

FFSP offers services and classes, workshops and webinars on a variety of topics including employment, new parent support, stress management, communication, relocation, financial management, transition assistance, counseling and more.

School Liaison Office

13912 45th Ave. NE, Suite 111

Marysville, WA 98271 425-304-3688


The school liaison office is the connection between Naval Station Everett families and private and public schools, transitioning families and the community at large. The office provides support to service members (by appointment) during all stages of transition and deployment to ensure children receive every possible opportunity for quality education.

Youth & Teen Program

Building 1980 425-304-3778


The Youth & Teen Program at Naval Station Everett provides a monthly calendar of events including classes, 4-H events, field trips, sports clinics and summer camp. Check with the Youth Programs office for the current monthly schedule.

Through a partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the Youth & Teen Program offers personnel assigned to Naval Station Everett 13 locations in Snohomish County for youth to participate in recreational programs. Memberships are provided at no cost.


Navy Federal Credit Union

Building 1950 888-842-6328

13910 45th Ave. NE, Room 821

Marysville, WA 98271 888-842-6328



Legal Office

2000 W. Marine View Drive 425-304-4551


Region Legal Service Office Northwest provides legal assistance to active-duty service members and their dependents, reservists on active duty for 30 days or more and retirees on a variety of topics. Legal assistance includes advice on topics like consumer and financial affairs, disaster relief support, family law, foreclosures, immigration, notary services, powers of attorney, landlord-tenant matters, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, small claims court, victim assistance, wills and estate planning. Pre-deployment services are given priority.


Resource Center

Building 1950 425-304-3579


The Resource Center, on the second floor of The Commons, offers a free paperback exchange program and hardback book checkouts. Choose from an array of Navy leadership, fiction and nonfiction, young adult, children, and reference books and materials, as well as magazines, DVDs and audiobooks. Fax, copy, scan, computer, Wi-Fi and printing services are also available.


For information about the recreational programs at Naval Station Everett, visit Navy Life Pacific Northwest online at https://everett.navylifepnw.com.

Auto Hobby Shop

13904 45th Ave. NE

Marysville, WA 98271 425-304-4926


The Auto Hobby Shop has everything you need for DIY auto care and certified mechanics if you prefer to leave the repairs in expert hands.

Boat and Vehicle Storage

Sailor’s Choice Marina and Mini Storage

Spruance Boulevard and

Thatcher Street 425-304-3449

Vehicle Storage

North Marysville Support

Complex at Smokey Point 425-304-3449


Sailor’s Choice Marina is a private mooring facility with numerous services for all authorized DOD boating enthusiasts. Located within the grounds of Naval Station Everett in the inner harbor, the marina is the perfect place to furl your sails and tie up for the night or longer. The marina offers year-round moorage and can moor various sized vessels. There are also 56 mini storage units just a short walk from the marina. Visit the website for information on slip sizes, storage unit sizes and rates.

Naval Station Everett RV Storage provides secure storage within a fenced, paved lot for vehicles from 10 to 40 feet. Call for space availability or more information.

The Commons

Building 1950 425-304-3906


Something is always shaking at The Commons. This state-of-the-art, 63,000-square-foot building houses a fitness center, pool, food court, Liberty Single Sailor Center, movie theater, consolidated club, banquet hall and ballroom, all rolled into one complex.

Community Recreation Office

Building 1950

Outdoor Equipment 425-304-3449

Tickets 425-304-3167

Trips and Tours 425-304-3449


Community Recreation staff members are your “concierge” to the beautiful, and sometimes rainy, Pacific Northwest. Community Recreation offers information and resources, classes and activities, special events, parks, picnic areas, playgrounds, Trips and Tours, discount tickets, outdoor equipment rentals and more.

Trips and Tours allow you to get off base and explore Washington — whether by rock climbing, hiking, kayaking or a night on the town. The different trips have experienced guides and typically depart from Naval Station Everett.

Discount tickets are available for Northwest sporting events, concerts, theater performances, special events, dining, ski resorts, amusement parks and local attractions. Discounts and information are also available for hotels, transportation, California, Florida and British Columbia attractions, and more.

Equipment rentals include everything from lawn and garden items to camping and boating equipment as well as sports gear and tools.

Fitness Center

Building 1950 425-304-3336


Located in the northwest wing of The Commons, the 7,000-square-foot gymnasium has a full-sized basketball court with bleacher seating for command tournament games or larger group fitness PT classes. With two racquetball courts, a multipurpose group fitness classroom, PRT training room, NOFFS Zone, and dry saunas in both men’s and women’s changing rooms, there is something to help everyone get in shape.

Liberty Center

Building 1950 425-304-3579


The newly renovated Vibes Liberty Lounge includes four flat-screen televisions, gaming stations, pingpong, foosball and billiards tables, computers with videoconference capabilities and a music sound booth. On the bridge adjacent to Vibes, you’ll find the Resource Center, which has a selection of hardback and paperback books, CNO reading selections, magazines and newspapers. High-top tables with power outlets are also available for those taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi in the building.

Movie Theater

Building 1950 425-304-3680


Faultline Flicks, a 25-seat mini theater, serves as the movie viewing location for E-1 to E-5 active-duty single service members and geographical bachelors. The theater offers more than 200 Navy Motion Picture Service movies to choose from. Stop by the Vibes Liberty Lounge to view a current list of movies.

Pierside Plaza

Adjacent to Pier Alpha 425-304-3580


Pierside Plaza is a great place to grab a bite to eat, do laundry, watch a movie, surf the internet or play video games. The facility has free laundry facilities, a cyber cafe, game systems, a TV lounge, regular weekly programming and more.


Building 1950 425-304-3388


The Tsunami Pool has eight 25-yard lanes and ranges from 4 feet to 13 feet in depth. With its salt-water purification system, the Tsunami Pool is less harsh than other local swimming pools. Programs include formal swim instruction for all ages, American Red Cross health and safety certifications, and aquatics group fitness classes.


Smokey Point Commissary

13900 45th Ave. NE

Marysville, WA 98271 425-304-3379


Save your hard-earned dollars when shopping for groceries at the commissary.

Everett Navy Exchange


The Everett Navy Exchange wants to be your first choice for shopping. It offers a price-match program that guarantees the lowest prices in town. Hours of operation for services outside the main exchange vary, so call or visit the website for detailed information.

Main Exchange

Building 13904 425-304-4940


Appliances 425-304-4905

Barbershop and Beauty Shop 425-304-4965

Garden Shop 425-304-4985

Gas Station 425-304-3766

Jewelry 425-304-4988

Optical Shop 425-304-4960

Fleet Store

Building 1800

Barbershop 425-304-4445

Tailor Shop 425-304-4466

Uniform Shop 425-304-4462

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