The Snohomish Community Food Bank serves weekly groceries as well as provides social services to residents living within the Snohomish School District boundaries.

Questions? (360) 568-7993 or director@snohomishfoodbank.org

Food Distribution Hours

Tuesdays 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Fridays 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Clients are welcome to visit the Food Bank once each week. Please do not arrive more than 30 minutes early.

Location: 1330 Ferguson Park Road. The food bank is located behind The National Guard Armory, Fire Station and Haggen Grocery complex off Avenue D. (Google Map).


How to Become a Client

To become a client, fill out the following one-page form and bring it by the food bank during food distribution hours along with proper ID and proof of residence, see details below.

Proof of Eligibility

Please read through the following requirements (A, B, C).

A.   You need to live in the Snohomish School District. Click here to see a map of the school district.

B.   Household Verification

Adults (18 and older) – For each adult in your household you will need to provide one of the following photo IDs. Photo copies or photos on your phone are acceptable!

  • Washington State Driver’s License
  • Washington State ID
  • United States Passport

Children (17 and younger) – For each child you will need to provide one of the following valid photo IDs. Photo copies or photos on your phone are acceptable!

  • Birth certificate
  • Medical insurance card
  • School records or Student ID
  • Vaccination records

C.   Proof of Address

One of the following documents is acceptable for proof of address. The document must include your name & address and be dated within the last 30 days.

  • Utility bill
  • Medical bill
  • Mortgage or Rent receipt
  • Bank statement
  • City of Snohomish bill
  • Credit Card Statement
  • Prescription bottle

Not acceptable:

  • Advertisements or circulars
  • Magazines
  • Marketing materials
  • Any bill/ mail that is dated 30 days ago

Maintaining your Eligibility

On your weekly visit you will need to provide both of the following:

  • Your Snohomish Community Food Bank Client Card (issued on your first visit)
  • A piece of photo ID from section B

On your first visit of each month you will need to verify your address:

  • A current bill or document from section C

Each July you will need to verify your household members:

  • Same requirements from section B

Transportation

You can get here from there and back again! If transportation is a problem, just sit back and relax all the way to the Food Bank with Community Transit. There are 4 bus routes that serve the Food Bank and if it’s a Tuesday, we can take you home with our shuttle service.

Community Transit Bus Routes

Routes 270, 275, 277 and 424 stop in front of the Haggen Grocery complex, just a short walk from the Food Bank. Visit Community Transit or call 425-353-RIDE (7433) for more information.

Shuttle Service

Our shuttle service is currently on pause due to COVID-19. We hope to resume this service soon!


Need more help?

Other Snohomish County Food Banks

For a listing of food banks throughout Snohomish County, visit: snohomishcountyfoodbankcoalition.org
Please call ahead to find out if you live within a food bank’s service area.

Meal Programs

Hours may change, please call ahead

2-1-1
wa211.org
phone: dial 2-1-1
call for times and locations


St. John’s Episcopal Church – Snohomish Community Kitchen
stjohnsnohomish.org/community-connections/community-kitchen/
phone: (360) 568-4622
location: 913 2nd St, Snohomish, WA 98290
Meals: Mondays and Thursdays, 4:30pm – 6pm

Information Resources

2-1-1
wa211.org
phone: dial 2-1-1
Call for times and locations.
Access to health and human services.
Se habla Español.


The Salvation Army
www.salvationarmyusa.org
phone: (425) 259-8129
location: 2525 Rucker Ave, Everett, WA 98201
Access to health and human services.


The United Way
www.uwsc.org
phone: (425) 374-5500
location: 3120 McDougall Ave, Everett, WA 98201
Access to health and human services.


Volunteers of America
www.voaww.org
phone: (425) 259-3191
location: 1230 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201
Access to health and human services.


Parent Help 123
www.parenthelp123.org/
phone: (800) 322-2588
Access to health and human services.


Cocoon House
www.cocoonhouse.org
phone: (425) 877-5171 – call or text message
email: safeplace@cocoonhouse.org
location: 3530 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201
Access to health and human services for at-risk and homeless youth


Lutheran Community Services
lcsnw.org/program/community-resource-centers/
phone: (425) 355-6005
location: 215 W Mukilteo Blvd, Everett, WA 98203
Access to health and human services
Se habla Español.
Russian services also available.


PUD Energy Assistance
www.snopud.com/?p=1188
phone: (425) 783-1000
Access to SnoPUD energy assistance programs.


Snohomish County Energy Assistance
snohomishcountywa.gov/552/Energy-Assistance
phone: (425) 388-3880
Access to energy assistance programs in Snohomish County.


Snohomish Boys & Girls Club
bgcsc.org/snohomish-clubs/snohomish-club/
phone: (360) 568-7760
location: 402 2nd St, Snohomish, WA 98290
Programs for kids.


Snohomish Cold Weather Shelters
www.snohd.org/471/Cold-Weather-Shelters
List of overnight shelters during dangerously cold weather.


Snohomish Library
www.sno-isle.org/snohomish
phone: (360) 568-2898
location: 311 Maple Ave, Snohomish, WA 98290-2525


Snohomish Senior Center
www.snohomishcenter.org
phone: (360) 568-0934
location: 506 4th St, Snohomish, WA 98290


Snohomish School District
www.sno.wednet.edu
phone: (360) 563-7300