The Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics will pass through Everett early Friday morning

As of 2016, Everett Police is passing the baton to Mukilteo police officers at 75th and Evergreen Way.

Everett PD officers running south on Rucker in 2013.

In 2018, the Everett Police Team declared it the #1 Relay Team.

Rumor has it that the Special Olympics Torch Race will pass through Everett early Friday morning. We’ve brought you photos in the past, but the race hasn’t been held for the past two years due to the pandemic. Here’s more information from Everett Police on the race and route through Everett.

This Friday, June 17, we are honored to participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Washington as our officers lead the torch through Everett!

We will receive the torch at 5:20 a.m. at 16th St and Broadway Ave and direct it to Evergreen Way and 75th St! You can sign up to join us or donate here!

We will run the following course, feel free to join us and run or walk all, part, or cheer us on along the way!

  • Receive the torch at 16th St and Broadway Ave
  • South on Broadway Avenue
  • West on Hewitt Avenue
  • South on Wetmore Ave, past Everett Police Headquarters
  • West on Pacific Avenue
  • South on Rucker Avenue
  • Proceed south through Rucker Ave turning into Evergreen Way to 75th Street, pass the torch to the Mukilteo Police Department
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