FAQ

 Q: What time does the race start?
A: Please see this page for full event schedule – http://evergreenhalf.com/eventweekend/
Q: Where will we park?
A: There will be plenty of parking in downtown Snohomish and near the finish line at Averill Park Field. We suggest parking at Pilchuck Park if you cannot find street parking downtown. 
Q: Is the Course USATF Certified and what does that mean?
A: Yes, it means that you can use your finish time to qualify for other events, corrals, etc. 
Q: Where will packet pickup be?
A: Friday, June 14th from 11 am to 6 pm at the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club 402 2nd St, Snohomish, WA 98290
Q: I registered a while ago but haven’t received any communication from you about the event?
A: We will send out the participant e-mail with all event details on the Tuesday prior to the race.  This will go over parking, race day schedule and more.  Please make sure to follow the Evergreen Half on Facebook and also click that you are attending the Evergreen Half Event Page on Facebook.  This is the best way to keep up to date will all pertinent race information.
Q: I wasn’t present to receive my award.  Can you mail it to me?
A: You must be present to receive age group and overall winner awards.  If you are not present, you can come in and pick them up in person.  We do not mail out awards or shirts.
Q: What is a bib?
A: A bib is your race number.  You will wear it pinned to the front of your clothes on race day.
Q: I can’t do the race, but I’d like my swag.  What should I do?  Can you mail it to me?
A: You, or a friend, should come to packet pickup or race day and pick up your hat. We will not mail any race swag or medals if you are not present for the event.
Q: When does the course close?
A: The course will close at 12:00 sharp.  
Q: Are walkers allowed?
A: Yes!  Walkers are allowed and welcomed. 
Q: Do I get a finisher’s medal?
A: Yes!  Everyone will get a finisher’s medal.
Q: Will there be porta-potties on the course?
A: There will be porta-potties at the start/finish area along with different locations on course.
Q: What will the weather be like?
A: Only time will tell, but the average high and low for June in Snohomish is 72 and 52 degrees, respectively.
Q: When does online registration close?
A: Online registration closes at midnight on the Wednesday prior to the race. However, you will be able to register in person at packet pickup or the day of the race. 
Q: What is in my race packet?  What is packet pickup?
A: Your race packet will contain your bib, timing chip, and race tank. 
Q: Can someone else pick up my packet?
A: Yes, absolutely. However, they will need a copy of your Driver’s License (paper or digital.) 
Q: Can I sign up day of race?
A: Day of race registration will be available IF the race has not sold out prior.  We encourage you to sign up online.
Q: Can I pick up my race packet on day of race?
A: Yes, but we strongly encourage you to avoid the lines and do so before the race.
Q: Is there a gear check?
A: Yes!  However, you will need to bring your own bag and we will provide you will a gear check tag.

 

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  • Bonnie says:

    My friend can’t remember if she registered for the Snohomish Women’s Run half marathon. Is there a link to confirm entry?

  • Shari Hansen says:

    Is the whole run on pavement or is there some option to run on the road side or gravel? I trail run and try to stay off the hard pavement. But an interested in this run for sure!

  • Jessica says:

    I noticed your “registration” landing page states the $10K costs “$50”, (As of 1/27/2017) but when I go in to actually register it is charging me $55. I know that pricing goes up as the event approaches, but I would still recommend you update that information. Kind of misleading and frustrating. 🙁

  • Jenifer Oglesby says:

    What time does this run start at?
    Also I looked for info on the Facebook account and it shows the runs date as May 8th. Please clarify.

  • Andrea Rode says:

    Hi Sarah! I would be interested in volunteering. Let me know what I need to do. Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thanks! 🙂

  • Jennifer says:

    How is the sizing on the tech shirt? Is it gender specific or universal sizing? How do they run?

  • Joyce Wood says:

    Course support with water stations and if so where will they be at?

  • Peter Beels says:

    Will there be anything besides water at aid stations?

    Thanks!

  • wei-lun huang says:

    What’s the elevation gain on this course? Doesn’t show on the map page.