Everett Naval Station

Everett Naval Station

Welcome to Naval Station Everett

History

Naval Station Everett is the United States Navy's most modern facility. It is located next to the marina area of the city of Everett, Washington, 25 miles north of Seattle. The Navy Support Complex is located between Marysville and Arlington, 11 miles north of the naval station. Naval Station Everett is located on the northeast side of Puget Sound. Naval Station Everett was designed as a homeport for a US Navy Battle Group. It accommodates the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) as well as several smaller surface combatants.

Naval Station Everett's history began in 1983 when Secretary of theNavy JohnLehman first proposed a new Puget Sound-area naval base as part of the Strategic Homeport concept. In the early 1980s Congress approved the strategic homeporting initiative to build additional bases and disperse the fleet from the main concentration areas. The strategic homeport program enjoyed the support of not only the House and Senate but of the Reagan Administration and the Department of Defense. It was decided in 1985 that the strategic homeport program was the best method for implementing the militarily-sound principles of dispersal, battlegroup integrity, and increasing the naval presence in the geographic flanks.

On April 17, 1984, Everett was selected from among 13 ports as the ideal location for the new homeport. Congress approved the first funds for construction on October 2, 1986 and the official ground breaking ceremony was November 9, 1987. On September 9, 1988 the Navy awarded the $56 million construction contract for the carrier pier, which is 1,620 ft (494 m) long, with a width of 120 ft. In June 1992, three Navy ships participated in the formal opening of the new pier.

A second ground breaking ceremony was held August 30, 1993 for the Naval Station Everett Support Complex, located off 136th Street in Smokey Point. The Navy acquired the 52 acre (210,000 m²) site to build a commissary, exchange, family service center, thrift shop, education offices, bachelor officer quarters, craft shop/gear issue, chapel and religious education center, an auto hobby shop, ball fields and courts, fleet parking for personnel assigned to deployed Everett-based ships and a 50-room Navy Lodge.

During the first week of 1994, Naval Station Puget Sound personnel began transitioning to the new Fleet Support and Administration buildings and officially began operations at Naval Station Everett. On April 8, 1994, an official dedication ceremony was conducted with over 1,000 guests in attendance.

On September 3, 1994, USS Ingraham (FFG-61) and USS Ford (FFG-54) arrived as the first of seven ships to be assigned here. On November 22, 1995, Paul F. Foster (DD-964) arrived at the naval station. On that same date, the Navy officially announced the assignment of David R. Ray (DD-971), Callaghan (DD-994), and Chandler (DDG-996) to Naval Station Everett. David R. Ray arrived July 29, 1996 and Callaghan and Chandler both arrived September 27, 1996. To complete the complement of ships at Naval Station Everett, Abraham Lincoln made a change of homeport from PugetSound Naval Shipyard at Bremerton to Everett on January 8, 1997. In March 1998, Callaghan was decommissioned, and two ships based in Japan, Fife (DD-991) and Rodney M. Davis (FFG-60), made their official change of homeport to Everett on May 5, 1998.

In July 1999 the Navy completed a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) designed to determine the appropriate homeports for three Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carriers in the Pacific Fleet. The EIS examined four locations: Bremerton, Washington; Everett, Washington; San Diego, California; and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Navy's decision was to develop facilities to homeport two Nimitz-class carriers at Naval Air Station North Island, California in addition to John C. Stennis (CVN-74), and to maintain NS Everett, Wash., as a homeport for one Nimitz-class aircraft carrier. The successful completion of Abraham Lincoln's six-month maintenance period at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, validated the Navy's preference to keep a carrier homeported in Everett. The in-depth EIS process began in December 1996. Following public scoping meetings held in communities at each of the four alternate locations in February 1997, the Navy spent more than 18 months examining the ports to determine how well they satisfied the CVN Homeporting Objectives and Requirements as they pertain to Operations and Training; Facilities and Infrastructure; Maintenance; and Quality of Life.

USS Momsen (DDG-92) changed homeports to Naval Station Everett on 15 October 2004, and is assigned to Destroyer Squadron Nine, along with USS Shoup (DDG-86), also at NAVSTA Everett.

Naval Station Everett is home to two destroyers, three frigates, one nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, and a Coast Guard buoy tender. There are about 6,000 Sailors and Civil Service persons assigned to commands located at Naval Station Everett. The naval station itself has about 350 Sailors and Civilians assigned.

Captain Michael J. Coury, USN, is the commanding officer of Naval Station Everett.

Naval Station Everett is the United States Navy's most modern facility.

Mission and Vision

Mission

Enhance our Nation's ability to accomplish strategic objectives, by providing superior shore station support to United States Naval and Coast Guard forces, while ensuring readiness and quality of life for Sailors, Civilians and their Families.

Vision

Naval Station Everett is a secure platform, always at the ready to support and sustain United States Navy and Coast Guard units. Our personnel maintain the highest level of readiness, effectiveness and efficiency to sustain unsurpassed services, programs, and facilities.

Guiding Principles

People are invaluable

Our Sailors and Civilian personnel deserve a positive working environment, mutual trust and respect, clear leadership, and an opportunity to grow personally and professionally. In return, they are able to provide their very best effort to the team.

Our mission is enduring

We operate 24/7. Mission accomplishment can only be achieved by providing quality work the first time, every time. Good planning and by-the-book execution is our motto. In return, we will achieve the highest levels of efficiency.

Safety is paramount

We will apply effective operational risk management principles on and off duty. In return, we will ensure the safety of our people and equipment and avoid undue risk.

Equal employment and opportunity always

Our diversity is our strength. We will always maintain a positive and harassment-free work environment. In return, we will promote and encourage individual strengths.

Our environment is a precious commodity

We are good stewards of our resources and environment. In return, we will ensure an efficient, successful, and healthy work place and community for future generations.

Getting Here

Driving Directions from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Naval Station Everett

Naval Station Everett
2000 West Marine View Drive
Everett, Washington
98207

43.7 miles / about 54 minutes (up to 1 hour and 30 minutes in traffic)

  1. Head north on Access Road toward South 166th Street.
  2. Turn right at South 166th Street.
  3. Turn left at Air Cargo Road / Perimeter Road.
  4. Turn Right at South 160th Street.
  5. Turn left at International Boulevard / Washington-99.
  6. Take the ramp onto Washington-518 East.
  7. Take the exit on the left onto Interstate-5 North toward Seattle, to exit 192 in Everett
  1. Take Exit 192 to merge onto Broadway Avenue.
  2. Turn left at Hewitt Avenue.
  3. Turn right at West Marine View Drive.

We will apply effective operational risk management principles on and off duty. In return, we will ensure the safety of our people and equipment and avoid undue risk.

Equal employment and opportunity always

Our diversity is our strength. We will always maintain a positive and harassment-free work environment. In return, we will promote and encourage individual strengths.

Our environment is a precious commodity

We are good stewards of our resources and environment. In return, we will ensure an efficient, successful, and healthy work place and community for future generations.

Homeported Ships

USS Abraham Lincoln
USS Shoup
USS Momsen
USS Ford
USS Rodney M Davis
USS Ingraham

Coast Guard

USCGC Henry Blake
USCGC Blue Shark

Operations and Management

Operations management focuses on carefully managing the processes to produce and distribute products and services.

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Everett Phone Directory

For further information on Naval Station Everett and other Navy installations visit
My Base Guide a commercial publication under the approval of Naval Station Everett Public Affairs. A complete base telephone directory is also included in the Virtual Guide.
Base Conditions Information Line (Recorded) 425-304-5665

Base Quarterdeck 425-304-3366

Security:

Access Control (425)304-3260
- Vehicle decal/visitor pass/BAVR badge/NCACS badge issuance
- Located in Bldg. 1900, near Main Gate
- Open 0645-1445 Monday-Friday, first come first serve

Personnel Support Detachment (PSD) Everett (425) 304-4256 ext. 2
- Personal ID card/CAC/Retirement ID issuance
- Located in Bldg. 2000, Room 140
- Open 0800-1520 Monday-Friday, by appointment only

Administrative 425-304-3127

Chaplain 425-304-3342

Human Resources 425-304-3127

Public Affairs 425-304-3202

Legal 425-304-3361

Fleet and Family Support Center 425-304-3367

Community Support Information 1-888-463-6697

Everett Fleet and Family Readiness:
All American Restaurant 425-304-3168/3943
Auto Hobby Shop (NEX) 425-304-3583
Bachelor Enlisted Housing 425-304-3111
Child Care Resource and Referral 425-304-3951
Child Development Center 425-304-3778
Child Development Homes 425-304-3690
Family Housing Welcome Center 425-304-3402/3
Faultline Flicks Theater 425-304-3579
Gym, Gear Issue Desk 425-304-3336
Gym, Personal Training Appts 425-304-3922
Grand Vista Ballroom/Catering 425-304-3911/3918
Intramural Sports 425-304-3935
Leisure Services/Information, Tickets and Tours 425-304-3167
Liberty NW/Single Sailor 425-304-3579
Liberty Outdoors Program 425-304-3575
Liberty Outfitters/RV Storage 425-304-3449
NAVSTA Everett Marina 425-304-3909
NAVSTA Everett Mini Storage 425-304-3909
Navy Gateway Inns & Suites 425-304-4860
Navy Marine Corps Relief Society 425-304-3203
Pierside Grill 425-304-3696
Tremors Lounge 425-304-3938/3919
Tsunami Pool 425-304-3388
Vibes Liberty Center/Cyber Café 425-304-3680
Youth Programs/School Age Care 425-304-3694
Jim Creek Wilderness Recreation Area 425-304-5315/63
Pacific Beach Resort & Conference Center 1-888-463-6697
Personnel Support Detachment

Personnel Support Detachment (PSD) Everett (425) 304-4256 ext. 2

- Personal ID card/CAC/Retirement ID issuance
- Located in Bldg. 2000, Room 140
- Open 0800-1520 Monday-Friday, by appointment only

Facilities and Resources

The following facilities and resources are available:

Base Conditions

Current Installation Status

Normal Operations

Naval Station Everett is operating under normal conditions.

Current base conditions and hours of operations are normal. Employees should contact their supervisors regarding work schedules for further information. Other departments and tenant commands may be reached through the base operator at the Quarterdeck at 425-304-3366. This message will be updated as necessary on this website and on the Base Conditions Hot Line at (425) 304-5665.

Construction schedule for Snohomish County can be found at: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Northwest/Snohomish/Construction.

For information on fixed-route or para transit bussing, car or van pools for the Everett area, please check Everett Transit .

For information on weather forecasts for Northwest bases go to the Local Forecasts page.

Fleet and Family Readiness

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Contact Us

Naval Station Everett
(425) 304-3202
DSN 727-3202


 

 

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