Weatherization Service During COVID-19

We are pleased to announce that the Snohomish County Weatherization Program will be returning to work in clients' homes. Because the health and safety of our clients, communities and staff remains our top priority we are returning to work carefully, with new safety procedures and social distancing policies in place that are aligned with state and local guidelines. For more information on what to expect when receiving weatherization services or if you have any questions or concerns please call our offices at (425) 388-7205 or email

The Snohomish County Weatherization program provides FREE home energy improvements and conservation education to qualifying low-income households. We help homeowners and renters lower their utility costs and make their homes more comfortable. Qualifying for services is not a guarantee that your home will be eligible for repairs. All repairs must meet program guidelines to be eligible. Examples of common repairs include:

  • Installation of insulation, air sealing, weather stripping, and other standard weatherization measures
  • Heating system repair or improvements
  • Ventilation improvements
  • Safety improvements


  • Home type: Single-family homes, mobile homes, duplexes, and multi-family buildings up to three stories may apply. 
  • Income requirements: Applicants must meet program/income requirements and provide income verification documentation. Please see the program income guidelines by household size below. A landlord agreement is required for rental homes. 

Apply Today!

For more information or to apply for services, please call 


If you leave a message, please be sure to include the best way to reach you (e.g., phone or email) and the best time of day for us to contact you.

You can also complete this Pre-Qualification form and mail it to us at: 

Snohomish County Weatherization Program

Office of Energy and Sustainability

3000 Rockefeller Ave, M/S 404

Everett, WA, 98201

Exterior insulation
Family participant
2022 Income Eligibility Guidelines