Naval Station Everett

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Naval Station Everett
Naval Station Everett
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Installation Listings

Installation Listing Category

Geographical Address

Duty Station(s)
Public Address
2000 W Marine View Dr
Postal Code

Contact Info

Operating Hours

Quarterdeck: (425) 304-3366

Base phone operator


Visitor Center: (425) 304-3260

Access Control/Visitor Pass/BAVR/NCACS badge issuance

- Located in Bldg. 1900, near main gate

- Open 6:45 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Monday-Friday, first come first serve


Personnel Support Detatchment (PSD) Everett: (425) 304-4256

ID Card Issuance for Active Duty, Reserves, Family Member, and Retirement

DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS: The ID Card Office remains open for emergent appointments only, with the exception of CAC pin resets and email updates that are provided to walk-ins without an appointment.

Make an appointment at:


For updates on events and base conditions visit the Naval Station Everett Facebook page

[Conditions are also recorded on the Base Information Phone Line: (425) 304-5665.]


For military family services visit the Fleet and Family Readiness page.




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Editor reviews

2 reviews
NS Everett
(Updated: July 13, 2014)
The base is small because there are only a handful of ships. Because it is small, many support services are located off the installation. The commissary is located in Smokey Point (Marysville) and the larger NEX is also located there as well. There is a NFCU on-base and a very spartan food court. The gym has everything that you need...two racquetball courts, indoor pool, and gym. I did not use the CDC, but I did not hear anything negative about it. The folks I knew that needed to drop their children off, didn't experience any issues.

Parking is a fair distance away from the pier, and there is only limited parking pier-side. There is a shuttle when the carrier is in, but when I was stationed there, the base couldn't figure out how to fund a shuttle for the DDG and FFG Sailors.

I did enjoy the fact that the base was small, and did not experience too many delays getting into work. I would love to be stationed there again. It's just small, and like most bases, more could be done to support the Sailors on-board (i.e. shuttle bus, more robust selections at the NEX, a better food court, etc.).
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