Community Events

One of the most exciting times in the community is when we share a common desire to enjoy life, together. The community group strives to keep this part of the Echo Lake Community alive. Our time spent with the pandemic has curtailed many planned events, but not all of them. As we develop an immunity to the virus, it will be safer to gather. When that happens we will have more in person events. Until then, we will continue with the safer events.

Below are the events we focus on. Others are added as planning for the year proceeds, so check back often. If you have suggestions for future events, contact the eventsdirector@echolakecommunity.org .

Speaker Series

When: Each month (see Schedule)

Status: Ongoing

The Echo Lake Community Group is hosting a series of events to inform, educate, and provide everyone an opportunity to socialize with neighbors and dialog about some of the community concerns. Community strength comes from the people living here. This series is organized specifically for our community, based on requests and concerns from the community. Currently these are held on Zoom due to the pandemic.

  • April 2021 - What is ELCG: Fireside Community Chat on Zoom Hosted by ELCG Board​

  • June 2021 - Traffic & Safety - Improvements and projects Guest: Snohomish County Traffic Investigator​

  • August 2021 - Online NNO honoring First Responders Guest: Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue (formerly Fire District 7)​

  • October 2021 - "ALL NEW" Personal & Family Emergency Preparedness (First aid kits, supplies, etc.

  • November 2021 - Public Forum on Community Disaster Mitigation & Preparedness


For more information click HERE.


Echo Lake Community Founders Day

When: May 22nd

Status: Gathering postponed for 2021 due to Covid-19

The Echo Lake Community Founders Day is a historical marker that will continue to remind us that we are a unique community of neighbors bound together by our rural heritage and how we care for one another. As we raise our children in this place, they will have memories and tell stories to their children of the place where they grew up, called the Echo Lake Community. Click here for The full story.

“The essential challenge is to transform the isolation and self-interest within our communities into connectedness and caring for the whole.” ― Peter Block, Community: The Structure of Belonging (2008)

National Night Out

When: First Tuesday of August

Status: Gathering postponed for 2021 due to Covid-19

All Across America, National Night Out is a community-building campaign that promotes strong police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live and work. Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states. It is a free open air celebration open to everyone. Click here for the full story.